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Journal Articles



2023 Karaagac, E.A. Caring for Debt: Women’s Work in Istanbul’s Mass Housing Estates. In special issue: Feminist Explorations of Urban Futures. Linda Peake, Elsa Koleth, Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin, and Nasya Razavi (eds). Urban Geography, 44(9), 1931–1950.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2023.2226987  

2021             Worth, N., & Karaagac, E.A. Accounting for absences and ambiguities in the freelancing

labour relation. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie. 113(1), 96–108.  



2020             Karaagac, E.A. The financialization of everyday life: Caring for debts. Geography

Compass, 14(11), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1111/gec3.12541 


2020             Worth, N. and Karaagac, E.A. The temporalities of free knowledge work: Making time

for media engagement. Time & Society, 29(4), 1024–1039. https://doi.org/10.1177/0961463X20938593 

Forthcoming, Under-review and Submitted

Karaagac, E.A. (forthcoming, 2024). Geographies of Labor. In B.L. Warf (ed), The Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Springer, 1–9.

Revington, N., Karaagac, E.A., and Worth, N. (forthcoming, 2024). Student Accommodation and Home: Housing and Home-making in Transition. In Elaine Stratford and Katie Walsh (eds.) Routledge Handbook on Home, 1–19.

Karaagac, E.A., Foerstner, A. and Cohen, D. (under review). New geographies of international higher education: migration policy, neoliberal universities, and student labour in Canada, Progress in Economic Geography, 1–25.

Karaagac, E.A. and Worth, N. (under review). Working from home/living at work: Freelancers’ changing relationship to home as workspace, Social and Cultural Geography, 1–32.

Baker, R., Harris, D., Hopkins, B., Karaagac, E.A., Goerisch, D., McKendrick, J., Murton, G., and Proulx, G. (submitted) Global Geographies of Student Debt, Antipode, 1-23.

Karaagac, E.A., Worth, N. (in preparation, for Environment and Planning: D). Living in liminality: waiting, hedging, and hoping with international student families. 


2022         Karaagac, E.A. In Debt to the State: Lived Experiences of Indebtedness in State-led

                  Housing Projects in Istanbul (doctoral dissertation). University of Waterloo, 

                  Waterloo, Canada. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/18392

Book Chapters

2022 Karaagac, E.A. (2022) Everyday Negotiations of Finance and Debts in State-led Mass Housing Estates for 

Low-income Households in Istanbul. In Housing in Turkey: Policy, Planning, Practice. Burcu Özdemir Sarı, 

Esma Aksoy Khurami, and Nil Uzun (eds). London: Routledge, 125–142. DOI:10.4324/9781003173670-10  

2015              Karaagac, E.A. The Workers' Housing Development as Social Housing: the case of 100.

        Yıl Worker's Housing Cooperative. In the Turkish Association of City Planners (eds).

        Housing Book. TACP Publication, Ankara, pp. 101-134. ISBN:978-605-01-0773-9 (in Turkish)


2013             Karaagac, E.A. Understanding Urban Transformation as a Socio-Spatial Process. In

         Spatial Change, Transformation (Book of 36. World's Urbanism Day). Ankara, pp.57-72. (in Turkish)

         ISBN: 978-605-01-0524-7


2011              Caglar, D.O. and Karaagac, E.A. Participatory Planning Experience in Ankara Regional

                       Plan. In Urban and Regional Research Center (eds). Yesterday, Today and Future in

                         Planning, MATSA: Ankara pp.181-192. (in Turkish)


2010             Cortese, T., Roux, J., Finegan, J., and Karaagac, E.A. Urban Co-Production. In Olympic    

                         Fringe. London School of Economics, Cities Programme Pub., London, pp.115-135.

Book Reviews

2019             Karaagac, E.A. 25th Anniversary Retrospective: Feminism and Geography: The Limits

       of Geographical Knowledge. Gender, Place & Culture 26(3), 443-446.



2018             Karaagac, E.A. Book Review: States of Discipline: Authoritarian Neoliberalism and the

       Contested Reproduction of Capitalist Order. Cultural Geographies, 26(1), 156–157.


Professional Publications

2020                Worth, N. & Karaagac, E.A. Working from home—new work arrangements (for some) in the context of COVID-19. (invited) White Paper for the Region of Waterloo, August 2020, 1–23.


2018                Worth, N., Karaagac, E.A., Graydon, S., & Luchuk, S. Counting ourselves in: 

                            Understanding why women decide to engage with the media. Research Report No. 1; 

                         p. 1-17. Ottawa: Informed Opinions.

2012 Kuzu, I., Torun, N., Şavlı, T., Karaagac, E.A., Sayılganoğlu, M., Çalhan, M.(July, 2012) Social Policy Evaluation and Policy Proposal Report for the Development Agencies in Turkey. Ankara: T.R. Ministry of Development Press, 1–33. (in Turkish)

2012 Kuzu, I., Guder, G.,Torun, N., Şavlı, T., Karaagac, E.A., Sayılganoğlu, M., Çalhan, M. A Glossary for Social Policy Concepts. Ankara: T.R. Ministry of Development Press, 1–22.

2011             Karaagac, E.A. et al. Ankara Regional Plan 2011-13 & Operational Programs, Ankara  

Development Agency Press, 1–256. (in Turkish)