Coddington, K. (2017) Intimate Economies of Erasure and Ambiguity: Darwin as Australia’s 2011-2012 ‘Capital of Detention,’ in Hiemstra, N and Conlon, D (eds) Intimate Economies of Immigration Detention: Critical Perspectives, London and New York: Routledge.
Coddington, K. (2016) Voice Under Scrutiny: Feminist Methods, Anticolonial Responses, and New Methodological Tools, The Professional Geographer, DOI:10.1080/00330124.2016.1208512
Coddington, K. (2016) Contagious trauma: Reframing the spatial mobility of trauma within advocacy work, Emotion, Space and Society, doi:10.1016/j.emospa.2016.02.002
Steinberg, P. and K. Coddington. (2015) From Ice Law to ICE LAW: Constructing an Interdisciplinary Research Project on the Political-Legal Challenges of Polar Environments, in L. Heininen, H Exner-Pirot and J. Plouffe (eds.) Arctic Yearbook 2015. Akureyri, Iceland: Northern Research Forum.
Coddington, K. (2015) The “entrepreneurial spirit:” Exxon Valdez and nature tourism development in Seward, Alaska, Tourism Geographies, 17(3): 482-497.
Coddington, K. (2015) Feminist geographies ‘beyond’ gender: de-coupling feminist research and the gendered subject, Geography Compass, 9(4): 214-224.
Coddington, K., and A. Mountz. (2014) Countering isolation with use of technology: how asylum-seeking detainees on islands in the Indian Ocean use social media to transcend their confinement. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 10(1): 97-112.
Coddington, K., R. T. Catania, J. Loyd, E. Mitchell-Eaton, and A. Mountz. (2012) Embodied Possibilities, Sovereign Geographies, and Island Detention: Negotiating the ‘right to have rights’ on Guam, Lampedusa, and Christmas Island. SHIMA: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures, 6(2): 27-48.
Mountz, A., K. Coddington, J. Loyd, and R. T. Catania. (2012) Conceptualizing detention: mobility, containment, bordering, and exclusion. Progress in Human Geography, 37(4): 522-541.
Coddington, K. S. (2011) Spectral geographies: haunting and everyday state practices in colonial and present-day Alaska. Social & Cultural Geography, 12(7): 743-756.
Coddington, K. (2014) Values and Vulnerabilities: The Ethics of Research with Refugees and Asylum Seekers, edited by Karen Block, Elisha Riggs, and Nick Haslam, (eds). International Migration Review, 48(3): 916-917.
Coddington, K. (2016) Precarious passage: refugees and asylum-seekers navigate the landscape of protection in Thailand. Borderlines, 14. Read it here!
Coddington, K. (2014) Stopping the boats at all costs? Australia's Operation Sovereign Borders. Borderlines, 12. Read it here!
Coddington, K. Wards of the state: Aboriginal Australians and the promise of citizenship, Political Geography
Coddington, K. Constructing territory through circulations: maritime mobilities and the ‘tow-backs’ of asylum seekers, Peters, Steinberg and Stratford (eds) Territory Beyond Terra (Rowman & Littlefield International)
Coddington, K. and J. Michieli-Voutsinas. Spatializing Shattered Subjects: Constructing geographies of trauma through the particular, place-bound body, Emotion, Space and Society
Coddington, K. The mobility of carceral logics: enclosure tactics and violent consequences for Aboriginal communities and asylum seekers in Australia, Turner and Peters (eds) Carceral Mobilities (Routledge)
Coddington, K. The disintegration of refugee protection, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
Contracted or in-progress
Coddington, K. Beyond the ‘Pacific Solution:’ Australia’s extraterritorial border enforcement and detention strategies in the Asia-Pacific, Jones, Mitchell and Fluri (eds) Handbook on Critical Geographies of Migration (Edward Elgar Press)