Journal articles (UK)


      1. Bueno Lacy, R. and H van Houtum (2021), The border map trap, moving beyond state-containers and border linearity in political cartography, (in progress)
      2. Houtum, H van, F. Boedeltje, R. Bueno Lacy, (2021), Ghostland, the spectropolitics of the bufferzone in Cyprus (in progress)
      3. Pijnenburg V., and H. van Houtum, (2021), Cross-border collaborative borderscaping, the case of Euregio Rijn-Maas-Noord, (in progress)
      4. Houtum, H. van and K. Aparna (2021), The apartheid of EU’s VISA policy, Geopolitics (special issue) (in progress)
      5. Pekelsma S., H. van Houtum and A. Lagendijk (2021), Gated Communities in the City: a glocal perspective and constructive engagement (in progress)
      6. Houtum H. van, (2021), B/ordering, Othering and its discontents, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG) (in progress)
      7. Boedeltje F, and H. van Houtum (2021), the lie of the wall, Peace Review (accepted, forthcoming)
      8. Houtum, H van and A. van Uden (2021), Academic freedom and its paradoxes, Organization, section Speaking out (accepted, forthcoming)
      9. A. van Uden and H. van Houtum, Beyond coronativism: the need for agape, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), 111(3), p. 333-346
      10. Houtum H. van and R. Bueno Lacy (2020), The Autoimmunity of the EU’s Deadly B/ordering Regime; Overcoming its Paradoxical Paper, Iron and Camp Borders, Geopolitics10.1080/14650045.2020.1728743
      11. Houtum H. van and R. Bueno Lacy (2019), The migration map trap, on the invasion arrows in the cartography of migrationMobilities
      12. Bueno Lacy R., and H. van Houtum (2018), The glocal green line, The imperial cartopolitical puppeteering of Cyprus, Geopolitics
      13. Houtum, H., and R. Bueno Lacy, (2017), The political extreme as the new normal: the cases of Brexit, the French state of emergency and Dutch Islamophobia, Based on the given Annual Fennia Lecture in Joensuu, Fennia: international journal of geography
      14. Houtum, H. van, J. Laine, J. Scott (2016), Borderscapes, potentials and challenges of evolving border concepts, in: Cross-border review, pp. 135-152
      15. Houtum, H., van, and R. Bueno Lacy (2015), EU’s self-threatening border regime, The Broker online
      16. Bueno Lacy, R., and H. van Houtum, (2015), Lies, damned lies and maps: EU’s cartopolitical invention of Europe, Journal of Contemporary European Studies
      17. Houtum H. and M. Eker, (2015) BorderScapes: Redesigning the Borderland, Territorio, journal of the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, DAStU, Politecnico di Milano.
      18. Ferrer-Gallardo, X. and H. van Houtum (2014), The deadly EU border control, ACME, an international e-journal for critical geographies, p.295-304
      19. Bueno Lacy, R. and H. van Houtum, (2013), Europe’s border disorder, in: E-journal for international relations
      20. Bueno Lacy, R., and H. van Houtum (2013), Border studies and the risk of ossification, Dialogues in Human Geography, 3, pp. 122-124, copy available: mail h.vanhoutum@fm.ru.nl
      21. Ferrer-Gallardo X. and H. van Houtum (2013), ”Europe has no endpoint.Period”, TESG, Vol. 104, No. 2, pp. 243–249, see abstract online, please email for a full copy of the paper
      22. Houtum, H. van (2013), The freedom to cross, in : World Policy Journal, Vol xxx, N.1, Spring, p3-8 http://www.worldpolicy.org/journal/spring2013/big-question
      23. Chiara Brambilla en Henk van Houtum (2012), Grenzgaenger in the borderscapes of Berlin, in: thema-nummer AGORA, Oktober, Borderscapes
      24. Gielis, R., and H.van Houtum, (2012), Sloterdijk in the house! Dwelling in the borderscape of Germany and the Netherlands, Geopolitics, vol 17, issue 4, p. 797-817 see http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14650045.2012.660583
      25. Houtum, van H., F. Boedeltje (2011), Questioning the EU’s Neighbourhood Geo-Politics: Introduction to a Special Section, Geopolitics, vol. 16, issue 1, pp. 121-29 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14650045.2010.493779)
      26. F. Boedeltje, H. van Houtum, (2011), Brussels is speaking: The adverse speech geopolitics of the European Union towards its neighbours, Geopolitics , vol 16, issue 1, pp 130-145 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14650045.2010.493791)
      27. Houtum, H. van and E.M. Sent, (2010), The future of the Euro: heads or tails?, essay in Aelementair, vol. 9, issue 3, p.9-11
      28. Houtum, van H. (2010),  “Human blacklisting: the global apartheid of the EU’s external border regime” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28(6) 957 – 976  ( http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=d1909)
      29. Houtum, van H. (2010), Waiting before the Law; Kafka on the Border, Social and Legal studies , vol. 19 no. 3 pp. 285-297 (http://sls.sagepub.com/content/19/3/285.short?rss=1&ssource=mfr)
      30. Ernste, H., H. van Houtum, A. Zoomers, (2009), Transworld: debating the place and borders of places in the age of transnationalism, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), Vol. 100, No. 5, pp. 567–577 TESG
      31. Scott, J. and H. van Houtum, (2009), Reflections on EU territoriality and the ‘bordering’ of Europe, Political Geography, Volume 28, Issue 5, June, p. 271-273 copy available: mail h.vanhoutum@fm.ru.nl
      32. Noel Parker, Nick Vaughan-Williams, Luiza Bialasiewicz, Sarah Bulmer, Ben Carver, Robin Durie, John Heathershaw, Henk van Houtum, Catarina Kinnvall, Olivier Kramsch, Claudio Minca, Alex Murray, Aleksander Panjek, Chris Rumford, Andrew Schaap, James Sidaway, and John Williams (2009), Lines in the sand? Towards an Agenda for Critical Border Studies, Geopolitics, issue 3, pages 582-587 copy available: mail h.vanhoutum@fm.ru.nl
      33. Houtum, van H. (2009), You-cracy, The power of people in places, Journal of Power, Volume 2 Issue 2, pp. 322 – 326, copy available: mail h.vanhoutum@fm.ru.nl
      34. Houtum, H. van and F. Boedeltje (2009), Europe’s shame, Death at the borders of the EU, Antipode, Vol. 41 No. 2, pp 226–230. Copy available: mail h.vanhoutum@fm.ru.nl  AntipodeVanHoutumBoedeltje
      35. Boedeltje, F. and H. van Houtum (2008), The abduction of Europe: a plea for less Unionism and more Europe, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG); vol. 99, n.3, p. 361-365 article in pdf
      36. Spierings B., H. van Houtum (2008), Brave New world of the Post-Society: The mass-production of the individual consumer and the emergence of template cities, European Planning Studies, vol. 16, no.7, p. 899-909 article in pdf
      37. Boedeltje, F., H. van Houtum, O.T. Kramsch, (2007),The shadows of no man’s land”. Crossing the border in the divided capital of Nicosia, Cyprus Geographica Helvetica, 2007, issue 1, pages 16-21 article in pdf
      38. F. Boedeltje, O.T. Kramsch, H. van Houtum, R. Plug (2007), The Fallacious Imperial Geopolitics of EU Enlargement: The Case of Cyprus, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), volume 98, no 1, p. 130-135 article in pdf
      39. Houtum, H. van and Pijpers, R. (2007), The European Union as a Gated Community: The Two-faced Border and Immigration Regime of the EU, Antipode, March 2007 article in pdf
      40. Houtum, van H., and R. Gielis, (2006), Elastic migration: the case of Dutch short-distance transmigrants to the borderlands of Belgium and Germany, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), vol. 97, no 2. 191-198 Article in pdf
      41. Houtum, H. van, (2005), The geopolitics of borders and boundaries; Geopolitics, 10:672–679, 2005 article in pdf
      42. Uitermark, J., U. Rossi & H. van Houtum (2005), Reinventing multiculturalism. urban citizenship and the negotiation of ethnic diversity in Amsterdam , International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29 (3), September,  622-640. article in pdf
      43. Pijpers, R. and H. van Houtum, (2005) The Eu as a Gated Community, Eurozine, see website
      44. Houtum, H. van and Velde, B. van der (2004). The power of cross-border labour market immobility. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), 95(1), 100-107. Article in pdf
      45. Velde, M. van der and Houtum, H. van (2004). The threshold of indifference; rethinking immobility in explaining cross-border labour mobility. Review of Regional Research, 24(1), 39-49
      46. Van der Velde, M. and H. van Houtum, (2003), Communicating Borders, Journal of Borderlands Studies, Vol. 18, no 1, 1-12 Article in pdf
      47. Berg, E., H. van Houtum (eds), (2003), Prologue: A border is not a border. Writing and reading borders in space. in Berg E., and H. van Houtum, Routing Borders between territories, discourses and Practices, Aldershot :Ashgate, pp. 1-12
      48. Houtum, H. van (2003), The influence of the border on border region development, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), vol. 94, no. 5, p. 616-618
      49. Houtum, H,. van (2002), Borders of comfort: Spatial Economic Bordering Processes in the European Union, in: Anderson, J., L. O’Dowd, and T. Wilson (eds.), New Borders for a Changing Europe; Cross-border co-operation and Governance, London : Frank Cass, pp. 37-58, Regional and Federal Studies, volume 12, winter 2002, nr. 4 Article in pdf
      50. Singh, J. and H. van Houtum, (2002), Post-colonial nature conservation in Southern Africa : Same Emperors, New Clothes?, Geojournal Article in pdf
      51.  Henk van Houtum and Frank van Dam, (2002), “Topophilia or Topoporno? Patriotic Place Attachment in International Football Derbies”, HAGAR, International Social Science Review, Volume 3, Number 2, p. 231-248 Article in pdf
      52. Houtum, H. van and A. Strüver (2002), Where is the border?, Journal of creative geography, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 20-23 Article in pdf
      53. Dormans, S., Houtum, H. van, and Lagendijk, A., “The contested rooting of an Entrepreneurial City: The Case of Tilburg”, Information zur Raumentwicklung, Heft 4/5. 2002 Article in pdf
      54. Houtum, H. van and A. Strüver, (2002), Borders, strangers, bridges and doors, Space and Polity, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp.141-146 article in pdf 
      55. Houtum, H. van and T. van Naerssen (2002), Bordering, ordering and othering, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), Vol. 93, No. 2, pp.125-136, article in pdf
      56. Houtum, H. van (2002), Borders of comfort; Spatial economic bordering processes in and by the European Union, Regional and Federal Studies, Vol. 12, No.4
      57. Houtum, H. van and H. Ernste (2001), Reimagining spaces of (in)difference, Contextualising and reflecting on the intertwining of cities across borders, GeoJournal, 54: 101-105, article in pdf 
      58. Velde M., H.van Houtum, (2001), The vessel and its crew, passengers and destinations, Journal of Borderlands Studies, Vol. 16, No. 2, P.vi-vii
      59. Houtum, H. van, and A. Lagendijk, (2001), Contextualising regional identity and imagination in the construction of new policy configurations for polycentric urban regions, the cases of the Ruhr area and the Basque Country, Urban Studies, vol. 38, No 4., pp. 743-764 Article in pdf
      60. Houtum, H. van, (2000), An overview of European geographical research on borders and border regions, Journal of Borderlands Studies, pp.57-83 Article in pdf
      61. Houtum, H. van (1999), Internationalisation and Mental borders, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), August, pp. 329-335 Article in pdf
      62. Houtum H. van, (1999), Borders, Border regions, and Interaction, WeltTrends, Zeitschrift fuer internationale Politik und vergleichende Studien, nr. 22, 1999, pp.215-216
      63. Houtum H. van, M. Donkers, F. Boekema, F. Corvers, R.Hassink, H. van den Tillaart (1996), Entrepreneering across borders (in Dutch), Tijdschrift voor Economie en Management (TEM), vol XLI, 4, pp.535-560
      64. Boekema F., H. van Houtum (1995), review of “Regional networks, Border regions and European Integration, Capellin R. & W.J. Batey, London, 1993”, in: Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (TESG), Vol 86, no. 2
      65. Boekema F., H. van Houtum (1993), Regional Innovation Policy, Review of dissertation of R. Hassink, R. (1992), Regional innovation policy: case studies from the Ruhr Area, Baden-Wüttemberg and the North East of England. Utrecht: University of Utrecht, Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Netherlands Geographical Studies 145 (PhD thesis). Tijdschrift voor de economische en sociale geografie (TESG), nr. 4, March.