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Pile, Steve (2021). Bodies, Affects, Politics: The Clash of Bodily Regimes. RGIS-IBG Book Series. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

MacKian, Sara; Bartolini, Nadia; Pile, Steve and Sambo, Daniele (2016). Spiritualism in Stoke-on-Trent. Glasgow: TWTD Press.

Pile, Steve (2013). Postcards from the Unconscious: the shifting spaces of Kivland's Rome. Sharon Kivland: Reproductions II. London: Domobaal Editions.

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Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve eds. (2018). Spaces of Spirituality. Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity. London: Routledge.

Kingsbury, Paul and Pile, Steve eds. (2014). Psychoanalytic Geographies. Farnham: Ashgate.

Harrison, Stephan; Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel eds. (2004). Patterned ground: entanglements of nature and culture. UK: Reaktion Books Ltd.

Anderson, Kay; Domosh, Mona; Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel eds. (2002). Handbook of cultural geography. London, UK: Sage Publications Limited.

Pile, Steve and Jordan, Tim eds. (2002). Social Change: Sociology and society. Sociology and Society. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel eds. (2000). City A-Z. London: Routledge.

Nast, Heidi and Pile, Steve eds. (1998). Places through the Body. London: Routledge.

Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve eds. (1997). Geographies of Resistance. London: Routledge.

Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel eds. (1995). Mapping the Subject: Geographies of cultural transformation. London: Routledge.

Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve eds. (1993). Place and the Politics of Identity. London: Routledge.

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Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2018). Spaces of spirituality: an introduction. In: Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve eds. Spaces of Spirituality. Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity. London: Routledge, pp. 1–20.

Pile, Steve (2018). The spiritual production of space. In: Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve eds. Spaces of Spirituality. Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity. London: Routledge, pp. 101–104.

Kivland, Sharon and Pile, Steve (2017). Freud in London. In: Joseph-Lester, Joseph; King, Simon; Blier-Carruthers, Amy and Bottazzi, Roberto eds. Walking Cities: London. London: Camberwell Press, pp. 191–222.

Kingsbury, Paul and Pile, Steve (2014). Introduction: the Unconscious, Transference, Drives, Repetition and Other Things Tied to Geography. In: Kingsbury, Paul and Pile, Steve eds. Psychoanalytic Geographies. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 1–38.

Pile, Steve (2014). Pour ma vie citadine : Savage Beauty. In: Kivland, Sharon ed. Folles de leur corps / Crazy about their bodies. London: CGP London in association with Ma Bibliothèque, pp. 40–43.

Pile, Steve (2011). Intensities of feeling: Cloverfield, the uncanny, and the always near collapse of the city. In: Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Blackwell Companions to Geography. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 288–303.

Pile, Steve (2005). Spectral Cities: Where the repressed returns and other short stories. In: Hillier, Jean and Rooksby, Emma eds. Habitus: A sense of place. Sydney: Ashgate, pp. 219–239.

Pile, Steve (2004). Ghosts and the City of Hope. In: Lees, Loretta ed. The Emancipatory City: Paradoxes and possibilities. London: Sage, pp. 210–228.

Pile, Steve (2004). Living by Design: city life and the work of art. In: Larkinson, Emma ed. Desirable Places: The contribution of artists to creating spaces for public life. London: Article Press, pp. 5–15.

Pile, Steve (2003). Perpetual Returns: Vampires and the ever colonised city. In: Bishop, Ryan; Phillips, John and Yeo, Wei Wei eds. Postcolonial Urbanism: Southeast Asian cities and global processes. New York: Routledge, pp. 265–286.

Pile, Steve (2002). 'The Problem of London', or, how to explore the moods of the city. In: Leach, Neil ed. The Hieroglyphics of Space: Reading and experiencing the western metropolis. London: Routledge, pp. 203–216.

Pile, Steve (2002). Memory and the city. In: Campbell, Jan and Harbord, Janet eds. Temporalities, Autobiography and Everyday Life. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 111–127.

Pile, Steve (2001). The Un(known)City... or, an urban geography of what lies buried below the surface. In: Borden, Iain; Kerr, Joe; Rendell, Jane and Pivaro, Alicia eds. The Unknown City: Contesting architecture and social space. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp. 262–279.

Pile, Steve (2000). Sleepwalking in the Modern City: Walter Benjamin and Sigmund Freud in the world of dreams. In: Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. A Companion to the City. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 75–86.

Pile, Steve (2000). The troubled spaces of Frantz Fanon. In: Crang, Mike and Thrift, Nigel eds. Thinking Space. Critical Geographies. London: Routledge, pp. 260–277.

Pile, Steve (1998). Freud, dreams and imaginative geographies. In: Elliott, Anthony ed. Freud 2000. Cambridge: Polity Press, pp. 204–234.

Pile, Steve (1997). Introduction: Opposition, political identities and spaces of resistance. In: Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve eds. Geographies of Resistance. London: Routledge, pp. 1–32.

Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel (1995). Introduction. In: Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel eds. Mapping the Subject: Geographies of Cultural Transformation. London: Routledge, pp. 1–11.

Pile, Steve and Thrift, Nigel (1995). Mapping the Subject. In: Pile, Steve and Thift, Nigel eds. Mapping the Subject: Geographies of Cultural Transformation. London: Routledge, pp. 12–51.

Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve (1993). Introduction. Part 1: The politics of place. In: Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve eds. Place and the Politics of Identity. London: Routledge, pp. 1–21.

Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve (1993). Introduction. Part 2: The place of politics. In: Keith, Michael and Pile, Steve eds. Place and the Politics of Identity. London: Routledge, pp. 22–40.

Pile, Steve (1992). 'All winds and weathers': Uncertainty, debt and the subsumption of the family farm. In: Gilg, Andrew ed. Restructuring the Countryside: Environmental policy in practice. Aldershot: Gower Press, pp. 69–82.

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Keith, Michael; Cramer-Greenbaum, Susannah; Murji, Karim; Pile, Steve; Solomos, John; Yazici, Eda and Wang, Ying (2024). Entanglements of race and migration in the (open) city: Analytical and normative tensions of the sociological imagination. The Sociological Review (Early access).

Pile, Steve; Keith, Michael; Murji, Karim; Solomos, John; Yazici, Edanur and Cramer-Greenbaum, Susannah (2023). Politicization, postpolitics and the open city: Openness, closedness and the spatialisation of the political. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 41(6) pp. 1075–1093.

Pile, Steve; Yazici, Edanur; Cramer-Greenbaum, Susannah; Keith, Michael; Murji, Karim and Solomos, John (2023). A Progressive Sense of Place and the Open City: micro-spatialities and micro-conflicts on a north London council estate. Geoforum, 144, article no. 103810.

Yazici, Edanur; Murji, Karim; Keith, Michael; Pile, Steve; Solomos, John and Wang, Ying (2023). ‘London is avocado on toast’: The urban imaginaries of the #LondonIsOpen campaign. Urban Studies, 60(12) pp. 2418–2435.

Keith, Michael; Murji, Karim; Pile, Steve; Solomos, John; Wang, Ying; Yazici, Eda and Cramer-Greenbaum, Susannah (2023). Entanglements of race and migration in the open city: grounding the sociological imagination. The Sociological Review (In Press).

Pile, Steve (2019). Affect and ideology: the political stake of desire. Emotion, Space and Society, 31 pp. 108–111.

Pile, Steve (2014). Beastly minds: a topological twist in the rethinking of the human in nonhuman geographies using two of Freud’s case studies, Emmy von N. and the Wolfman. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 39(2) pp. 224–236.

Pile, Steve (2012). Distant feelings: telepathy and the problem of affect transfer over distance. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 37(1) pp. 44–59.

Pile, Steve (2011). For a geographical understanding of affect and emotions. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 36(4) pp. 603–606.

Campbell, Janet and Pile, Steve (2011). Space travels of the Wolfman: phobia and its worlds. Psychoanalysis and History, 13(1) pp. 69–89.

Pile, Steve (2010). Emotions and affect in recent human geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 35(1) pp. 5–20.

Pile, Steve (2009). Topographies of the body-and-mind: Skin Ego, Body Ego, and the film 'Memento'. Subjectivity, 27(1) pp. 134–154.

Pile, Steve (2008). Where is the subject? Geographical imaginations and spatializing subjectivity. Subjectivity, 23(1) pp. 206–216.

Pile, Steve (2005). Building Dreams: space, psychoanalysis and the city. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 33 pp. 79–92.

Battista, Kathy; LaBelle, Brandon; Penner, Barbara; Pile, Steve and Rendell, Jane (2005). Exploring ‘an area of outstanding unnatural beauty’: a treasure hunt around King’s Cross, London. Cultural Geographies, 12(4) pp. 429–462.

Lewis, Clare and Pile, Steve (1996). Woman, Body, Space: Rio Carnival and the politics of performance. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 3(1) pp. 23–41.

Pile, Steve (1993). Human agency and human geography revisited: A critique of 'new models' of the self. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 18(1) pp. 122–139.

Smith, David M. and Pile, Steve (1993). Inequality in the American city: some evidence from the South. Geographia Polonica, 61 pp. 433–447.

Pile, S. and Rose, G. (1992). All or nothing? Politics and critique in the modernism - postmodernism debate. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 10(2) pp. 123–136.

Pile, Steve (1991). 'A load of bloody idiots' Somerset dairy farmers' view of their political world. Political Geography Quarterly, 10(4) pp. 405–421.

Pile, Steve (1991). Practising interpretative geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 16(4) pp. 458–469.

Pile, S. (1990). Depth hermeneutics and critical human geography. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 8(2) pp. 211–232.

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