Writing

Reports

Wild Waters: The Role of Marine Protected Areas in Revitalizing our Oceans  
Frontier Group/Environment America, forthcoming October 2020.

Protecting the Places We Love: How the Land and Water Conservation Fund Supports Outdoor Recreation in Nevada
Frontier Group/Environment Nevada, January 2020.

Electric Buses in America: Lessons from Cities Pioneering Clean Transportation
Frontier Group/USPIRG, October 2019.

Growing Greener: the Environmental Benefits of a Compact and Connected Boulder 
Frontier Group/Environment Colorado, 2019


Selected Blog Posts

Common Ground in an Age of Division: How Conservation Bridges the Partisan Divide 
Frontier Group, September 8, 2020

Bears Ears and Grand Staircase: A Monumental Tragedy
Frontier Group, March 11, 2020

A Reckless and Irresponsible Federal Budget Proposal Puts Polluters First
Frontier Group, February 11, 2020

The Land and Water Conservation Fund and Why it Matters
Frontier Group, February 5, 2020

The Trump Administration Attack on Public Participation in Land Issues
Frontier Group, January 11, 2020

The Tongass National Forest Under Threat
Frontier Group, September 10, 2020.

The Science of Hiking
Medium, November 18, 2017


Books and Articles

A Living Revolution: Afterword to the 2018 French edition
Éditions de l’éclat, Paris. 2018; pp.285-306.

Le mouvement des kibboutz et l’anarchie: Une révolution vivante
Philippe Blouin (trans.). Paris: Éditions de l’éclat, 2018

The Artist as Critic: Gustav Landauer on Oscar Wilde
The Wildean, No.46. January 2015. pp.53-71

City Communes in Israel
Communal Societies, Tel Aviv, vol. 31 no. 2, Autumn 2011, pp.21-44

Radical Histories/Alternative Futures
Eutopia: Journal of Libertarian Municipalism, Athens. No. 9, Autumn 2010, pp.47-58

A.D. Gordon
AnarchyAlive.com, 2011. Excerpt from A Living Revolution

A Filosofia Mística de Gustav Landauer e Agostinho da Silva
Nova Águia: Revista de Cultura para o Século XXI
, Lisboa, Zéfiro, 1º semestre de 2009, nº 3, pp.114-121

A Living Revolution
Oakland, AK Press, 2009


Reference works

“Charles Péguy”, “Julius Evola”, “Gustav Landauer” and “Aleister Crowley”
The Literary Encyclopedia, Vols. 1.5.2.06, 1.6.1, 1.4.1 and 1.2.1.08 respectively. 2011

Bernard Lazare“, “Abraham Frumkin andManya Shochat
International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, 1500-present
, Immanuel Ness (ed.), Oxford: Blackwell, 2009


Translations

Roland Barthes: ‘How to Live Together’ – Course and Seminar at the Collège de France
Bert, J. (James Horrox, trans.). French original published in Le Portique, 10 | 2002

The Savage Mind of Michel Maffesoli
Interview with Michel Maffesoli. French original published in Rebellion #42, June 2010.

Visual Perception: Digital Imagination & Sensory Experience of the Social World
La Rocca, F.  (James Horrox, trans.), Im@go, No. 6 – Year IV / Dec. 2015, pp. 50-65

Urban Climatology: The Phenomenology of the Postmodern City
La Rocca, F.  (James Horrox, trans.), Cosmopolis, 2014/2 pp.3-8

The Invisible Church, or ‘Underground Centrality’
Maffesoli, M. (James Horrox, trans.) in Wøldike & Heinskou (eds.) Byen og blikkets lyst, Copenhagen, 2014 pp.59-67]

To Each his Tribes: From Contract to Pact
Maffesoli, M. (James Horrox, trans.), Berfrois, October 28, 2014 [online]

La Connaissance Érotique: Intuition and Social Research
Maffesoli, M. (James Horrox, trans.) Secessio, Vol.1 No. 2, Autumn 2012

Transpolitics and Communicracy
Susca, V. (James Horrox, trans.) Secessio, Vol.1 No. 2, Autumn 2012