Clark, K., Hawkins, R., & Silver, J. J. (2020). Gender, nature and nation: Resource nationalism on primary sector reality TV. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 2514848619899785.
Kipp, A., Hawkins, R., & Gray, N. J. (2020). Gendered and racialized experiences and subjectivities in volunteer tourism. Gender, Place & Culture, 1-21.
Hawkins, R., Al-Hindi, K. F., Moss, P., & Kern, L. (2020). Reflections on a collective biography journey. Emotion, Space and Society, 37, 100731.
Hawkins, R., & Horst, N. (2020). Ethical consumption? There's an app for that. Digital technologies and everyday consumption practices. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien.
Kipp, A., & Hawkins, R. (2019). The responsibilization of “development consumers” through cause-related marketing campaigns. Consumption Markets & Culture, 22(1), 1-16.
Manzi, M., Ojeda, D., & Hawkins, R. (2019). “Enough Wandering Around!”: Life Trajectories, Mobility, and Place Making in Neoliberal Academia. The Professional Geographer, 71(2), 355-363.
Hawkins, R. (2018). Breaking down barriers of culture and geography? Caring-at-a-distance through web 2.0. New Political Science, 40(4), 727-743.
Moss, P., Kern, L., Hawkins, R., & Falconer-Al Hindi, K. (2018). Grasping the affirmative: Power and the process of becoming joyful academic subjects. Emotion, Space and Society, 28, 53-59.
Falconer-Al Hindi, K., Moss, P., Kern, L., & Hawkins, R. (2017). Inhabiting Research, Accessing Intimacy, Becoming Collective. Writing Intimacy Into Feminist Geography. Routledge.
Hawkins, R., Falconer Al-Hindi, K., Moss, P., & Kern, L. (2016). Practicing Collective Biography. Geography Compass, 10 (4), 165-178.
Hawkins, R. & Silver, J. J. (2016). From selfie to #sealfie: Nature 2.0 and the digital cultural politics of an internationally contested resource. Geoforum., doi: doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.06.019.
Johnson, R., Fraser, E., & Hawkins, R. (2016). Overcoming barriers to scaling up sustainable alternative food systems: A comparative case study of two Ontario-based wholesale produce auctions. Sustainability, 8 (4), 328.
Parizeau, K., Shillington, L., Hawkins, R., Sultana, F., Mountz, A., Mullings, B; Peake, L. (2016). Breaking the Silence: A feminist call to action. The Canadian Geographer, 60 (2), 192-204.
Hawkins, R. (2015). Shifting conceptualizations of ethical consumption: Cause-related marketing in India and the USA. Geoforum. doi:10.1016/ j.geoforum.2015.05.007
Mountz, A., Bonds, A., Mansfield, B., Loyd, J., Hyndman, J., M. Walton-Roberts, R. Basu, R. Whitson, R. Hawkins, T. Hamilton and W. Curran (in press, 2015). For Slow Scholarship: A feminist politics of resistance through collaborative action in the neoliberal university. ACME.
Valencia‐Fourcans, L., and Hawkins, R. (2015). Representations of Women in Microcredit Promotional Materials: The Case of Espoir Ecuador. Journal of International Development. DOI: 10.1002/jid.3136
Silver, J.J., and R. Hawkins. (2015) “I’m not trying to save fish, I’m trying to save dinner”: Media, celebrity and sustainable seafood as a solution to environmental limits. Geoforum (in press).
Kern, L., Hawkins, R., Al-Hindi, K. F., and Moss, P. (2014) A collective biography of joy in academic practice. Social & Cultural Geography, 15(7), 834-851.
Hawkins, R., and Emel, J. (2014) Paradoxes of ethically branded bottled water: constituting the solution to the world water crisis. Cultural Geographies, DOI: 1474474014530961.
Hawkins, R., M. Manzi and D. Ojeda. (2014) Lives in the making: Power, academia and the everyday. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographers. 13 (2), 328-351
Morrow, O., Hawkins, R., and Kern, L. (2014) Feminist research in online spaces. Gender, Place & Culture, (ahead-of-print), 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2013.879108
Hawkins, R. (2013) Gender, Climate Science and Technology in Climate Change: An Encyclopedia of Science and History. Editors: Brian Black, David Hassenzahl, Jennie C. Stephens, and Gary Weisel. ABC-Clio Publishers. Santa Barbara, CA.
Hawkins, R. (2012) A New Frontier in Development? The use of cause-related marketing by international development organisations, Third World Quarterly, 33:10, 1783-1801
Hawkins, R. (2012) Shopping to save lives: Gender and Environment meets Ethical Consumption. Geoforum. 43(4): 750-759.
Hawkins, R. (2011) One pack = one global motherhood? A feminist critique of ethical consumption. Gender, Place and Culture 18(2): 235-253.
Hawkins, R. and D. Ojeda D (eds) (2011) Gender and environments: Critical traditions and new challenges. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29 (2): April. Also with contributions by: K. Asher, B. Baptiste, L. Harris, S. Mollett, A. Nightingale, D. Rocheleau, J. Seager and F. Sultana (advanced online copy available).