|Peake, L. “Urban Geography: Gender in the City”. In Kobayashi, A. (ed.) Requested by The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Second Edition. London: Elsevier.|
|Peake, L. “Urban feminist imaginaries for the ‘21st century of the city’”. To be submitted to Geohumanities for a theme issue on The Politics of Space and the Humanities (editor: Prof. Tatiani Rapatzikou)|
|Mullings, B., Parizeau, K and Peake, L. “Mental Health in Geography”. In The American Association of Geographers International Encyclopaedia of Geography, edited by Richardson, D. Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and R. Marston Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.). Invited entry.|
|Ogunyankin, G. and Peake, L. “Urbanisms. Futures. Feminisms”. In McFarlane, C., and M. Lancione (eds) The Handbook of Global Urbanism: Essays on the City and its Future (London: Routledge). Invited chapter.|
|Peake, L. and Rieker, M. (eds.) Handbook on Gender and Cities. Edward Elgar International Handbooks on Gender Series. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Contract signed.|
|Peake, L., Ruddick, S., Koleth, E., Raj, R., Patrick, D., and Tanyildiz, G. S. “A feminist urban theory for our time: rethinking social reproduction, the urban and its constitutive outside”. In Peake, L., Koleth, E., Raj, R., Patrick, D., and Tanyildiz, G. S. (eds) A feminist urban theory for our time: rethinking social reproduction, the urban and its constitutive outside. (London: Antipode Book Series).|
|1999||Peake, L. and A. Trotz.
Gender, Place and Ethnicity: Women and Identities in Guyana. London: Routledge.
|2017||Bain, A., and Peake, L. (eds.)
Urbanization In A Global Context. Toronto: Oxford University Press
|2013||Peake, L., Rieker, M. (eds.)
Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban. London: Routledge.
|2004||Staeheli, L., Kofman, E., and L. Peake (eds.)
Mapping Gender, Making Politics: Feminist Perspectives in Political Geography. London: Routledge.
|1996||Caulfield, J. and L. Peake (eds.)
City Lives and City Forms: Critical Perspectives on Canadian Urbanism. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
|1988||Little, J., Peake L. and P. Richardson (eds.)
Women in Cities: Gender and the Urban Environment. London: Macmillan.
|1987||Moser, C. O. N. and L. Peake (eds.)
Women, Human Settlements and Housing. London: Tavistock.
Journals Issues Edited
|2018||Co-editor with, Prof. Sue Ruddick, Prof. R. Reddy, Prof. R. Tchoukaleyska, Mr. D. Patrick, and Mr G. Tanyildiz, of a theme issue of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space on Planetary Urbanization.|
|2016||Co-editor with Prof. Beverley Mullings and Prof. Kate Parizeau of a theme issue of The Canadian Geographer on “Cultivating an Ethic of Wellness in Geography”, 60 (2).|
|2004||Co-editor with Prof. Lisa Drummond of a theme issue of Political Geography on reports of a book by Prof. Engin Isin, Being Political, 24 (3).|
|2000||Co-editor with Dr. Richard Schein of a special edition of Social and Cultural Geography entitled "Racing Geography into the New Millennium. Studies of 'Race' and North American Geographies", 1 (2).|
|1990||Co-editor with Prof. Eleonore Kofman of a special edition of Political Geography Quarterly, entitled "Political Geography and Gender", 9 (4).|
|1989||Editor of a special edition of Arena, in Journal of Geography in Higher Education entitled "The Challenge of Feminist Geography", 13, (1): 85-121.|
|1986||Editor of a series of 12 Working Papers entitled "Planning with Women for Urban Development" for the Development Planning Unit, University College London, England.|
|2016||Section editor of over 40 entries on “Social Geography” in The AAG Encyclopaedia of Geography, edited by Richardson, D. Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and R. Marston. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.|
Editorials in Journals
|2010||Peake, L. “In remembrance of J.K. Gibson-Graham,” Gender, Place and Culture 17 (4): 417-418. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2010.492110|
|2008||Peake, L. “Editorial: moving on up,” Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 15 (1): 1-5. DOI: 10.1080/0966369070181745|
|2003||Peake, L. and Valentine, G. “Editorial: GPC at 10 years old,” Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 10 (2): 105-107. DOI: 10.1080/0966369032000079505|
|2000||Gleeson, B., Katz, C., Johnson, N., Kitchin, R., Peake, L., Sibley, D. and Valentine, G. “Editorial,” Social and Cultural Geography 1 (1): 5-7. DOI: 10.1080/14649369950133430|
|1990||Kofman, E. and Peake, L. "Editorial Comment on the Special Issue" Political Geography Quarterly, 9 (4): 311-312.|
Refereed Introductions to Journal Theme Issues
|2018||Peake, L., Patrick, M., Reddy, R., Ruddick, S., Tanyildiz, G. S., and Tchoukaleyska, R. Placing Planetary Urbanization in Other Fields of Vision. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 36 (3): 374-386. DOI: 10.1177/0263775818775198|
|2016||Mullings, B., Peake, L. and Parizeau, K. “Cultivating an Ethic of Wellness in Geography,” The Canadian Geographer 60 (2): 161-67. DOI: 10.1111/cag.12275|
|2005||Drummond, L. and Peake, L. “Introduction to Being Political: Genealogies of Citizenship,” Political Geography 24 (3): 341-343. DOI:10.1016/j.polgeo.2004.07.001|
|2000||Peake, L., and Schein, R."Racing Geography into the New Millennium. Studies of 'Race' and North American Geographies," Social and Cultural Geography 1 (2): 133-142 DOI:10.1080/14649360020010158|
|1990||Kofman, E. and Peake, L "Introduction: A Gendered Agenda for Political Geography in the 1990s" Political Geography Quarterly, 9 (4): 313-336.
Reprinted in Agnew, J. and Mamadouh, V. (eds.) (2008) Contemporary Foundations of Space and Place – Politics: Critical Essays in Human Geography (London: Ashgate Publishing), pp. 67-90.Reprinted 2012 as one of 16 articles in the Virtual Special Issue: 30th Anniversary of Political Geography
|1989||Peake, L. "The Challenge of Feminist Geography," Journal of Geography in Higher Education 13 (1): 85. DOI/10.1080/03098268908709063|
Refereed Journal Articles
|2019||Peake, L. and England, K. "(What Geographers Should Know About) The State of U.S. and Canadian Academic Professional Associations’ Engagement with Mental Health Practices and Policies". The Professional Geographer. DOI: 10.1080/00330124.2019.1611455|
|2017||Ruddick, S., Peake, L., Patrick, D., and Tanyildiz, G. S. “Planetary Urbanization: An Urban Theory for our Time?” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. DOI: 10.1177/0263775817721489|
|2016||Peake, L., and Mullings, B. “Critical reflections on mental and emotional distress in the academy,” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 15 (2): 253-284.|
|Parizeau, K., Shillington, L., Hawkins, R., Sultana, F., Mountz, A., Mullings, B., and Peake, L. “Breaking the silence: A feminist geography call to action,”
The Canadian Geographer 60 (2): 192-204. DOI: 10.1111/cag.12265
|2016||Peake, L. “Review of, ‘Mapping Desire’ by David Bell and Gill Valentine, Classic in human geography,” Progress in Human Geography 40 (4): 574-578. DOI: 10.1177/0309132515585060|
|2016||Peake, L. “The twenty-first century quest for feminism and the global urban,”
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 40 (1): 219-227. DOI:10.1111/1468-2427.12276. Part of theme issue edited by Ananya Roy and Jennifer Robinson, on “Global Urbanisms and the Nature of Urban Theory”.
|2016||Peake, L. “On feminism and feminist allies in urban geography,”
Urban Geography 37 (6): 830-838. DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2015.1105484.
|2015||Peake, L. “The Suzanne Mackenzie Memorial Lecture: Rethinking the politics of feminist knowledge production in geography,” The Canadian Geographer 59 (3) 257-266. DOI: 10.1111/cag.12174|
|2014||Peake, L., and Sheppard, E. “The Emergence of Radical / Critical Geography in the USA and Anglo-Canada,” ACME 13 (2): 305-327.|
|2012||Bunnell, T., Yeah, S., Peake, L., Skelton, T., and Smith, M. “Geographies of friendship,” Progress in Human Geography 36 (4): 490 – 507. DOI: 10.1177/0309132511426606|
|2011||Peake, L. “In, out and unspeakably about; taking social geography beyond an Anglo-American positionality,” Social and Cultural Geography 12 (7): 757-773. DOI./10.1080/14649365.2011.610245|
|2010||Mullings, B., Warner, M., and Peake, L. “Fear and Loathing in Haiti: Race and the Politics of Humanitarian Dispossession,”ACME 9 (3): 282 – 300.|
|2010||Peake, L. “Feminist and quantitative? Measuring the extent of domestic violence in Georgetown, Guyana,” Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geografia 66, pp. 133-14
Reprinted in DeShong, H. and K. Kempadoo (2017) (eds.) Critical Methodologies in Caribbean Research on Gender, Sexuality and Culture (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press)
|2002||Peake, L. and Kobayashi, A. “Policies and Practices for an Antiracist Geography at the Millennium,”Professional Geographer 54 (1): 50-61. DOI.10.1111/0033-0124.00314|
|2001||Peake, L. and Ray, B. "Racialising the Canadian Landscape: Whiteness, Uneven Geographies, and Social Justice," The Canadian Geographer 45 (1): 180-186. DOI:10.1111/j.1541-0064.2001.tb01183.x|
|2001||Trotz, A. and Peake, L. “Work, Family and Organising: An Overview of the Contemporary Economic, Social and Political Roles of Women in Guyana,” (Caribbean Journal of) Social and Economic Studies 50 (2): 67-102.|
|2000||Trotz, A. and Peake, L. “Work, Family and Organising: An Overview of the Emergence of the Economic, Social and Political Roles of Women in British Guiana,” (Caribbean Journal of) Social and Economic Studies 49 (4): 189 -222.|
|2000||Kobayashi, A. and Peake, L. "Racism out of Place: Thoughts on Whiteness and an Antiracist Geography in the New Millennium," Annals of the Association of American Geographers 90: 392-403. DOI:10.1111/0004-5608.00202
Reprinted in Moss, P. and Falconer – Al-Hindi, K. (eds.) (2007) Feminisms in geography: space, place, and environment (Rowman & Littlefield).
|1997||Peake, L. “Toward a Social Geography of the City: Race and Dimensions of Urban Poverty in Women’s Lives,” The Journal of Urban Affairs 19 (3): 335-361. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9906.1997.tb00501.x|
|1995||Peake, L. "Toward an Understanding of the Interconnectedness of Women's Lives: the 'Racial' Reproduction of Labour in Low-Income Areas," Urban Geography 16 (5): 414-439. DOI/10.2747/0272-36184.108.40.2064|
|1994||Kobayashi, A. and Peake, L. "Unnatural Discourse: 'Race' and Gender in Geography" Gender, Place and Culture 1(2): 225-243. DOI/10.1080/09663699408721211
Reprinted in Barnes, T. and D. Gregory (eds.) (1997) Reading Human Geography. The Poetics and Politics of Inquiry (London: Arnold), pp. 445-460.
Reprinted in Borghi, R. and Rondinonede, A. (eds.) (2009) A Reader in Gender and Geography (in Italian)
This was to be reprinted in Bauder, H. and Engel-Di Mauro, S. (eds.) (2008) Reader in Critical Geographies, Praxis(e)Press but copyright issues prevented it.
|1994||Peake, L. “‘Proper Words in Proper Places...’ or of Young Turks and Old Turkeys,” The Canadian Geographer 38 (3): 204-206. DOI: 0.1111/j.1541-0064.1994.tb01680.x
Reprinted (partially) in Women and Geography Study Group (1997) Feminist Geographies: Feminist Explorations in Difference and Diversity (Essex: Longman), pp. 47-48.
|1993||Peake, L. "Race and Sexuality: challenging the patriarchal structuring of urban social space," Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 11 (4): 415-432. DOI:10.1068/d110415
Reprinted in Harloe, M. (ed.) (1996) The Sociology of Urban Communities (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar).
Reprinted in Hamnett, C. (ed.) (1996) Social Geography. A Reader (London: Arnold).
Reprinted in Open Site for Society and Space: Environment and Planning D virtual issue on 12 feminist geography articles – (Boys Town Redux). The papers linked are open access through February – May 2012.
|1990||Peake, L. "Women's Work: Incorporating Gender into Theories of Urban Social Change," Women and Environments Fall 1989/Winter 1990, 18-20.|
|1990||McDowell, L. and Peake, L. "Women in British Geography Revisited: or the same old story," Journal of Geography in Higher Education 14 (1): 19-30. DOI/10.1080/03098269008709094|
|1989||Bowlby, S. and Peake, L. "The Development of Feminist Geography in Britain," Journal of Geography in Higher Education 13 (1): 90-92. DOI: 10.1080/03098268908709063|
|1989||Bondi, L. and Peake, L. "Gender and Urban Politics," Contemporary Issues in Geography and Education 3 (1): 35-43. DOI:10.1007/978-1-349-19576-3_2|
|1988||Bondi, L. and Peake, L. "Fending for Ourselves: Women as Teachers of Geography in Higher Education" Journal of Geography in Higher Education 12 (2): 216-218. DOI: 10.1080/03098268808709050|
|1988||Peake, L. and Jackson, P. "The Restless Analyst: An Interview with David Harvey" Journal of Geography in Higher Education 12 (1): 5‑20. DOI: 10.1080/03098268808709021|
|1987||Peake, L. "Guyana: A Country in Crisis" Geography 72 (4): 356‑360.|
|1985||Peake, L. "Teaching Feminist Geography, Another Perspective" Journal of Geography in Higher Education 9 (2): 186‑190. DOI: 10.1080/03098268508708943|
|1984||Peake, L. "Why Särlvik and Crewe fail to explain the 1979 General Election and Electoral Trends in the 1970s" Political Geography Quarterly 3 (2): 161‑168.|
|1979||Hyman, H., Mortimer, J. and Peake, L. "SSRC Research Training Course: The View of Three Research Students" Area 11 (3): 262‑263.|
|2019||Peake, L. and Mullings, B. “Mental Health” in Antipode Editorial Collective: Tariq Jazeel, Andy Kent, Katherine McKittrick, Nik Theodore, Sharad Chari, Paul Chatterton, Vinay Gidwani, Nik Heynen, Wendy Larner, Jamie Peck, Jenny Pickerill, Marion Werner and Melissa W. Wright. Keywords in Radical Geographical Though: Antipode at 50. (London: Wiley, Antipode Book Series), pp. 175-180. DOI: 10.1111/anti.12449|
|2019||Shepherd, E. and Peake, L. “The Union of Socialist Geographers” in Antipode Editorial Collective: Tariq Jazeel, Andy Kent, Katherine McKittrick, Nik Theodore, Sharad Chari, Paul Chatterton, Vinay Gidwani, Nik Heynen, Wendy Larner, Jamie Peck, Jenny Pickerill, Marion Werner and Melissa W. Wright. Keywords in Radical Geographical Thought: Antipode at 50. (London: Wiley, Antipode Book Series), pp. 264-268. DOI: 10.1111/anti.12439|
|2019||Peake, L. “The Life and Times of the Union of Socialist Geographers” in Barnes, T., Sheppard, E. (eds.) Spatial Histories of Radical Geography (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, Antipode Book Series), pp. 149-181.|
|2017||Peake, L. “Feminism and the urban.” In Short, J. (ed) A Research Agenda for Cities. Elgar Research Agendas. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 82-97.|
|2017||Peake, L. and Pratt, G. “Why Women in Cities Matter” in Bain, A., and Peake, L. (eds.) Urbanization In A Global Context (Toronto: Oxford University Press), pp. 276-294.|
|2017||Peake, L. and Bain, A. “Preface” and “Introduction: Urbanization and urban geographies” in Bain, A., and Peake, L. (eds.) Urbanization In A Global Context (Toronto: Oxford University Press), 35pp|
|2017||Bain, A. and Peake, L. “Conclusion: Envisioning global urban futures” in Bain, A., and Peake, L. (eds.) Urbanization In A Global Context (Toronto: Oxford University Press), 20pp.|
|2013||Peake, L., and Rieker, M. “Rethinking feminist interventions into the urban” Peake, L., Rieker, M. (eds.) Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban London: Routledge, pp.1-22.|
|2013||Peake, L. “Heteronormativity” in Dodds, K.., Kuus, M., and Sharpe, J. (eds.) Companion to Critical Geopolitics Ashgate Publishing, pp. 89-108.|
|2010||Peake, L., and de Souza, K. “Feminist academic and activist praxis in service of the transnational” in Nagar, R., Swarr, A. (eds.) Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp.206- 218.|
|2010||Bouchard, D., Chatterjee, P., Desai, J., de Souza, K., Detournay, D., Nagar, R., Peake, L., Silvey, R., Lock Swarr, S., and Wilcox, N.
“Continuing Conversations” in Nagar, R., Swarr, A. (eds.) Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp.206- 218.
|2009||Peake, L. “Gender, Race and Sexuality” in Smith, S., Pain, R., Marston, S., and Jones III, J. P. (eds.) The Handbook of Social Geography London: Sage, pp.129-95.|
|2007||Kobayashi, A., and Peake, L. "Racism in Place: Another Look at Shock, Horror, and Racialization" in Moss, P. and Falconer – Al-Hindi, K. (eds.) (2007) Feminisms in geography: space, place, and environment Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 171-178.|
|2005||McKittrick, K., and Peake, L. “The difference that difference(s) make to Geography” in Castree, N., Rogers, A., and D. Sherman (eds.) Questioning Geography Essays on a contested discipline. Oxford: Blackwell, pp.39-54.|
|2001||Peake, L. and Trotz, A. "Feminism and Feminist Issues in the South” in Desai, V., Potter, R. (eds.) Companion to Development Studies London: Arnold, pp.334-337.|
|1999||Trotz, A. and Peake, L. (on behalf of Red Thread) “‘Givin’ lil bit for lil bit’: Women and Sex Work in Guyana” in Kempadoo, K. (ed.) Sun, Sex and Gold: Tourism and Sex Work in the Caribbean Boulder, CO: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 263-290.|
|1998||Peake, L. “Living in Poverty in Linden, Guyana in the 1990s: Bauxite, the ‘Development of Poverty’ and Household Coping Mechanisms” in McGregor, D. (ed.) Resource Sustainability and Caribbean Development Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, pp.171-194.|
|1997||Peake, L. “From Co-operative Socialism to a Social Housing Policy? Declines and Revivals in Housing Policy in Guyana” in Potter, R. and D. Conway (eds.) Self-Help Housing, the Poor and the State in the Caribbean Kingston, Jamaica: University of Tennessee Press/University of West Indies Press, pp. 120-140.|
|1996||Peake, L. "From Social Bases to Subjectivities: The Case of Red Thread in Guyana" in Bell, D., Keil, R, and G. Wekerle (eds.) Global Cities - Local Places: Issues in Urban Sustainability Toronto: Black Rose Books, pp. 147-154.|
|1996||Wekerle, G. and Peake, L. "New Social Movements and Women's Urban Activism" in Caulfield, J. and L. Peake (eds.) City Lives and City Forms: Critical Perspectives on Canadian Urbanism University of Toronto Press, pp. 263-281.|
|1995||Moser, C. O. N. with Peake, L. “Seeing the Invisible: Women, Gender and Urban Development” in Stren, R. (ed.) Urban Research in Developing Countries Volume 4: Thematic Issues Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto, pp. 279-347.|
|1994||Peake, L. "Engendering Change: The Place of Women's Work in Urban‑Social Theory" in Kobayashi, A. (ed.) Women, Work and Place Montreal: McGill Press, pp. 3-26.|
|1994||Kobayashi, A., Peake, L., Benenson, H., and Pickles, K. "Placing Women and Work" in Kobayashi, A. (ed.) Women, Work and Place Montreal: McGill Press, pp. xi-xlv (35pp).|
|1993||Peake, L. "The Development and Role of Women's Political Organisations in Guyana" in Momsen, J. (ed.) Women and Change in the Caribbean London: Macmillan, pp. 109-131.
Reprinted in Shepherd, V. (ed) (2011) Engendering Caribbean history: cross-cultural perspectives (A Reader) Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers.
|1988||Bondi, L. and Peake, L. "Gender and the City: Urban Politics Revisited" in Little, J. et al. (eds.) Woman in Cities: Gender and the Urban Environment London: Macmillan, pp. 21-40.|
|1988||Little, J., Peake, L. and Richardson, P.
"Preface" AND "Introduction: Gender and the Urban Environment" in Little, J., et al (eds.) Women in Cities: Gender and the Urban Environment London: Macmillan, pp. vi-x and 1-20.
|1987||Peake, L. "The Impact of Government Housing Policy on Women in Guyana" in Moser, C. O. N. and L. Peake (eds.) Women, Human Settlements and Housing London: Tavistock, pp. 113-138.|
|1987||Moser, C. O. N. and Peake, L. "Postscript: What Hope for the Future?" in Moser, C. O. N. and L. Peake (eds.) Women, Human Settlements and Housing London: Tavistock, pp. 195-201.|
|1986||Peake, L. "A Conceptual Inquiry into Urban Politics and Gender" in Hoggart, K. and E. Kofman (eds.) Politics, Geography and Social Stratification London: Croom Helm, pp. 62-85.|
|2017||Peake, L. “Women in geography.” In The AAG International Encyclopaedia of Geography, edited by Richardson, D. Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and R. Marston Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd), Vol. XIV, pp. 7,768-7,776.|
|2017||Peake, L. “Feminist methodologies.” In The AAG International Encyclopaedia of Geography, edited by Richardson, D. Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and R. Marston. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, Vol. V, pp. 2,331-2,340.|
|2017||Peake, L. “Anthropogeography.” In The AAG International Encyclopaedia of Geography, edited by Richardson, D. Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and R. Marston. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, Vol. I, pp 174-176.|
|2017||Peake, L. “Heteronormativity.” In The AAG International Encyclopaedia of Geography, edited by Richardson, D. Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and R. Marston. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, Vol. VII, pp. 3,315-3,318.|
|2009||Peake, L. “Social and Cultural Geography: Whiteness”. In Kitchin, R., and Thrift, N. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. London: Elsevier. pp.247-253.|
|2009||Peake, L. “Urban Geography: Gender in the City”. In Kitchin, R., and Thrift, N. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. London; Elsevier, pp.320-327.|
|2000||Peake, L ‘Urbanisation’ pp. 479-80; ‘Urban Planning’ p. 480 in L. Code (ed.) A Feminist Encyclopaedia London: Routledge.|
|1999||Peake, L. 13 Entries on ‘Civil Society’ pp.31-32; ‘Discrimination’ p.61; ‘Empowerment’ pp.70-71; ‘Local State’ pp.155-156; ‘Personal is Political’ pp.199-200; ‘Pluralism’ p.203; ‘Political’ pp.203-204; ‘Political Correctness’ p.205; ‘Politics’ p.205; ‘Social Movements’ pp.256-257; ‘State’ pp.263-264; ‘Subjugation’ p.269; and ‘Subordination’ pp. 269-270 in L. McDowell and J. Sharpe (eds.) A Feminist Glossary for Geographers (London: Arnold).|
|2010||Peake, L. “The lost Amerindian girls, the tooth fairy and the Whore of Babylon”, Department of Geography, University of Reading Working Paper No. 190, 26pp.
Department website: http://www.reading.ac.uk/geography/Research/geog-geographicalPapers.aspx
|1998||Peake, L. “Race and the Feminisation of Poverty in the Lives of Low Income Women: A Study of the Social Construction of Urban Places”, Urban Studies Working Paper No. 20, (Urban Studies Programme, York University, Canada), 40pp.|
|1995||Peake, L. and McDowell, L. "The Status of Women Geographers and of the Teaching of Feminist Geography in Academic Institutions in the United Kingdom", International Geographic Union Gender and Geography Commission Working Paper No. 33, 40pp.|
|1986||Peake, L. "Low Income Women's Participation in the Housing Process; A Case Study from Guyana", Gender and Planning Working Paper No. 10, (DPU, University College, London), 42 pp.|
|1986||Peake, L. and Wilkins, P. "The Impact of New Technology on Women's Employment: Labour Market Segmentation and Women's Service Sector Employment in the Reading Area in the 1970s", Occasional Paper No. 11, (Geography Department, Kingston University), 31 pp.|
|1983||Peake, L. and Silk, J. "The Impact of Feminist Thought on Geographers' Theory and Practice", Meeting of Minds? Feminism and Modes of Geographic Thought, (Women and Geography Study Group, IBG), pp. 5‑12.|
|1983||Bowlby, S., Peake, L. and Wilkins, P. "Doing Feminist Research in Geography", Meeting of Minds? Feminism and Modes of Geographic Thought, (Women and Geography Study Group, IBG), pp 18‑23.|
Professional Consultancy Reports
|2015||Nyasimi, M., and Peake, L. “Review of SDG 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls” in ICSU, ISSC Review of Targets for the Sustainable Development Goals: The Science Perspective (Paris: International Council for Science (ICSU)), pp. 29-32.|
|2015||The Jane Finch TSNS Task Force.
Community response to the Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020: What neighbourhood improvement looks like from the perspective of residents in Jane / Finch. 70pp.
|2013||Peake, L. The City Institute at York University (CITY): Charter 2013-2018 (Toronto: York University) 24pp.|
|2012||Ley, D., Braun, B., Domosh, M., LeHeron, R., Peake, L., Willekins, F. and Yeoh, B. International Benchmarking Review for United Kingdom Human Geography (London: ESRC), pp. 56.
http://www.esrc.ac.uk/funding-and-guidance/tools-and-resources/impact-evaluation/UK-human-geography.aspx. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4035.1121
|2004||Red Thread. “You talking ‘bout everyday story”: An exploratory study on trafficking in persons in Guyana (Red Thread: Guyana) 80pp.|
|2005||IOM. “Guyana” in Exploratory Assessment of Trafficking in Persons in the Caribbean Region (International Office on Migration) pp.47-66.|
|2000||Peake, L. (on behalf of Red Thread Women’s Development Programme)
Women Researching Women: Methodology Report and Research Projects on the Study of Domestic Violence and Women’s Reproductive Health in Guyana (Georgetown, Guyana: Inter-American Development Bank) 300pp.
|1996||Kobayashi, A. and Peake, L. The Metropolis Project: Urban Studies Research on Immigrants and Immigration in Canadian Cities (Ottawa: Canada Immigration and Citizenship) 50pp.|
|1996||Kobayashi, A. and Peake, L. Annotated Bibliography on Urban Studies Literature on Immigrants and Canadian Cities (Ottawa: Canada Immigration and Citizenship) 210pp.|
|1994||Andrews, C., Gurstein, P., Klodawsky, F., Moore Milroy B., Peake, L., Rose, D. and Wekerle, G. Canadian Women in Cities (Ottawa: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Position Paper for OECD Conference) 46pp. Also published as "Canadian Women in Cities" Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation Discussion Paper 28pp.|
|1994||Moser, C. O. N. and Peake, L. "Seeing the Invisible: Women, Gender and Urban Development", Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto, Major Report 50 pp.|
|1986||Peake, L. and Munuve, J. Evaluation of CIIR's Volunteer Programme in Zimbabwe (London: Catholic Institute for International Relations) 100 pp.|
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