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2023 Lepawsky, Josh, Cáceres, K., Gusukuma, M., & Kahhat, R. “Carbon and water conservation value of independent, place-based repair in Lima, Peru.” Journal of Industrial Ecology, 00, 1– 12. https://doi.org/10.1111/jiec.13368
2022 Lepawsky, Josh. “Mapping Chemical Discardscapes of Electronics Production.” Geoforum 132 (June): 113–24. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2022.04.005.
2022 Lepawsky, Josh. “Introduction to the Special Section: Geographies of the Digital.” The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien 66 (1): 4–7. https://doi.org/10.1111/cag.12746.
2021 Lepawsky, Josh, Kathia Cáceres, Marco Gusukuma, and Ramzy Kahhat. “Quantifying the Conservation Value of Independent, Place-Based Repair: A Case Study of an Electronics Repair Cluster in Lima, Peru.” In Product Lifetimes and the Environment. Limerick: University of Limerick, 2021. https://doi.org/10.31880/10344/10224.
2021 Wang, Xiaowei and Lepawsky, Josh. Where is Repair? Computer repair in the European Union. The WIRE Journal.
2020 Lepawsky, Josh. Towards a World of Fixers Examining barriers and enablers of widely deployed third-party repair for computing within limits. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability. June, 314-320.
2020 Lepawsky, Josh. Planet of fixers? Mapping the middle grounds of independent and do‐it‐yourself information and communication technology maintenance and repair. Geo: Geography and Environment.
2020. Lepawsky, Josh. Sources and Streams of Electronic Waste. One Earth. 3 (July), 13-16.
2019 Lepawsky, Josh. Europe has e-waste problems. Exporting to Africa isn’t one of the them. EuropeNow.
2019 Lepawsky, Josh, Davis, J.M., Akese, G., Persaud, D. Cooking with Controversies: how geographers might use controversy mapping as a research tool. The Professional Geographer.
2018 Lepawsky, Josh. Reassembling Rubbish: Worlding Electronic Waste. MIT Press. Book website: worldingelectronicwaste.xyz
2017 Lepawsky, Josh, M. Liboiron, A. Keeling, C. Mather. Repair-scapes. Continent. 6 (1), 56-61.
2017 Lepawsky, Josh, E. Araujo, J.M. Davis, and R. Kahhat. Best of Two Worlds? Towards Ethical Electronics Repair, Reuse, Repurposing and Recycling. Geoforum. 81, 87-99.
2016 Lepawsky, Josh. The Wake of the Anthropocene / La traîne de l’anthropocène. Techniques & Culture. 65-66, 30-33.
2016 Lepawsky, Josh, C. Connolly. A Crack in the Façade? Situating Singapore in Global Flows of Electronic Waste. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 37 (2), 158-175.
2016 Lepawsky, Josh. Cosmogram. Wi Journal of Mobile Media.
2015 Lepawsky, Josh. Are We Living in a Post-Basel World? Area. Special Issue: Peering Through Loopholes, Tracing Conversions: Remapping the Transborder Trade in Electronic Waste. 47, 7-15. doi: 10.1111/area.12144.
2015 Lepawsky, Josh, G. Akese, M. Billah, C. Connolly, and C. McNabb. Composing urban orders from rubbish electronics: cityness and the site multiple. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 39(2), 185-199.
2015 Lepawsky, Josh. The Changing Geography of Global Trade in Electronic Discards: time to rethink the e-waste problem. The Geographical Journal. 181, 147-159. doi: 10.1111/geoj.12077.
2013 Lepawsky, Josh and C. Mather. Checking in with reality: a response to Herod et al. Area. 45(3), 383-385.
2012 Lepawsky, Josh. Legal Geographies of E-waste Legislation in Canada and the US: jurisdiction, responsibility and the taboo of production. Geoforum. 43 (6), 1194–1206.
2011 Lepawsky, Josh and M. Billah. Making chains that (un)make things: waste-value relations and the Bangladeshi rubbish electronics industry. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography. 93 (2), 121-139.
2011 Lepawsky, Josh and C. Mather. From Beginnings and Endings to Boundaries and Edges: rethinking circulation and exchange through electronic waste. Area. 43 (3), 242-249.
2010 Lepawsky, Josh and C. McNabb. Mapping international flows of electronic waste. The Canadian Geographer. 54 (2), 177-195.
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