The project team published widely between 2009 and 2014.
Flintham, M. (2014) 'The Military Spatial Complex: Interpreting the Emerging Spaces of British Militarism', in Deriu, D., Kamvasinou, K. and Shinkle, E. Emerging Landscapes: Between Production and Representation, London: Ashgate.
Keiller, P., (2014) 'D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson's On Growth and Form', in Tate Etc. 30, pp.88-95.
Keiller, P., (2013) The View from the Train: Cities and Other Landscapes, London: Verso.
Flintham, M. (2012) 'The Military Pastoral Complex: Contemporary Representations of Militarism in the Landscape', Tate Papers 17.
Daniels, S., Massey, D., Keiller, P., and Wright, P. (2012). To dispel a great malady: Robinson in Ruins, the future of landscape and the moving image. Tate Papers 17. Available online.
Keiller, P., (2012) The Possibility of Life's Survival on the Planet, London: Tate Publishing.
Massey, D. (2011). Landscape/Space/Politics: An Essay. Distributed with the BFI DVD release of 'Robinson in Ruins.'
Flintham, M. (2010) 'The Shoeburyness Complex: Military Space and the Problem of the Civilian Body', in Cole, T., Coates, P. and Pearson, C. Militarized Landscapes: From Gettysburg to Salisbury Plain, London: Continuum.
Keiller, P. (2010). Imaging. In: Beaumont, M. and Dart, G. (eds). (2010). Restless Cities. (Verso).
Keiller, P. (2009). Landscape and Cinematography. Cultural Geographies. 16(3):409-414.
'A requiem for neoliberal England'. Fisher, M. (2010). Sight and Sound, November 2010.
'Before Keiller's (or Robinson's) prophetic gaze, the English countryside is a monument to itself, and ripe for revolutionary appropriation'. Dillon, B. (2010). The Guardian, Saturday 20th November 2010.