Academic Writing

Edited Special Issues and Books

Hui, A., Day, R. and Walker, G. (eds.) (under contract). Demanding energy: space, time, change. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Hui, A., Schatzki, T. and Shove, E. (eds.) (2017) The nexus of practices: connections, constellations, practitioners. London: Routledge. [We have developed a website with more information about the book and other resources related to practice theory: http://thenexusofpractices.wordpress.com]

Faulconbridge, J. and Hui, A. (2016). Traces of a mobile field: ten years of mobilities research. Mobilities, 11(1): 1-14. doi: 10.1080/17450101.2015.1103534. publisher’s site. [For those without institutional access, a limited number of copies can be downloaded for free, and here is the Faulconbridge Hui 2016 Mobilities Author’s Accepted Manuscript]

Journal Articles

Hui, A. (2016). The boundaries of interdisciplinary fields: temporalities shaping the past and future of dialogue between migration and mobilities research. Mobilities, 11(1): 66-82. doi: 10.1080/17450101.2015.1097033. publisher’s site. [For those without institutional access, here is my Hui 2016 Mobilities Author’s Accepted Manuscript]

Hui, A. (2015). Networks of home, travel and use during Hong Kong return migration: thinking topologically about the spaces of human–material practices. Global Networks, 15: 536–552. doi: 10.1111/glob.12093. publisher’s site. [accepted version will be made available here after the completion of a two year embargo]

Hui, A. (2013). Moving with practices: the discontinuous, rhythmic and material mobilities of leisure, Social and Cultural Geography 14(8): 888-908. publisher’s site. [For those without institutional access, a limited number of copies can be downloaded for free, and here is the Hui 2013 SCG Author’s Accepted Version]

Hui, A. (2012). Thing in motion, things in practices: how mobile practice networks facilitate the travel and use of leisure objects. Journal of Consumer Culture 12(2): 195-215. publisher’s site; accepted version

Mackenzie, A, McNally, R, Hui, A and Tomomitsu, J (2012). Understanding the ‘intensive’ in ‘data intensive research’: data flows in next generation sequencing and environmental networked sensors, International Journal of Digital Curation, 7(1), 81-94. publisher’s site with full text pdf

Hui, A. (2008). Many homes for tourism: re-considering spatializations of home and away in tourism mobilities. Tourist Studies 8(3): 291-311. publisher’s site; accepted version

Book Chapters

Hui, A (2017). Variation and the intersection of practices. In A. Hui, T. Schatzki and E. Shove (eds.), The nexus of practices: connections, constellations, practitioners (pp. 52-67). London: Routledge. accepted version

Hui, A, Schatzki, T and Shove, E (2017). Introduction. In A. Hui, T. Schatzki and E. Shove (eds.), The nexus of practices: connections, constellations, practitioners (pp.1-7). London: Routledge. accepted version

Hui, A (2015). Moving with practices: the discontinuous, rhythmic and material mobilities of leisure. In P. Hewer, A. Jafari, K. Hamilton (eds.), New Directions in Consumer Research (Volume 1: Practices, Chapter 6). London: Sage. [This is a republished version of my 2013 article in Social and Cultural Geography]

Hui, A (2015). Moving with practices: the discontinuous, rhythmic and material mobilities of leisure. In O.B. Jensen (ed.), Mobilities: Volume IV Power, politics, and tourism (Critical Concepts in the Built Environment) (Chapter 81). London: Routledge. [This is a republished version of my 2013 article in Social and Cultural Geography]

Hui, A. (2014). Enthusiasm. In P. Adey, D. Bissell, K. Hannam, P. Merriman and M. Sheller (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Mobilities. London, Routledge, 172-182. accepted version

Hui, A. (2013). Practices, movement and circulation: implications for sustainability. In E. Shove and N. Spurling (eds.) Sustainable practices: social theory and climate change. London, Routledge, 89-102. accepted version

Hui, A. (2011). Placing nostalgia: the process of returning and remaking home. Ecologies of affect: placing nostalgia, desire, and hope. T. K. Davidson, O. Park and R. Shields. Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier University Press: 65-84. publisher’s site; accepted version

Working Papers

Hui, A. (2014). ‘[≠] manifesto‘, Demanding ideas: where theories of practice might go next, DEMAND Centre Working Paper 4. This was one of several short ‘manifestos’ presented to stimulate discussion about the ‘unfinished work’ in theories of practice.

Hui, A. and Spurling, N. (2013). Career dynamics in social practices: accumulation, concurrent careers, and career demographics.

Hui, A., Lan, S. and Bailey, A.J. (2013). Transbordering and diverse Hong Kong mobilities, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies Working Paper 122, Hong Kong. published online

Hui, A. (2008). Consuming spaces differently: tourism, people, memories, and ghosts. In B. Braasch (ed.), CTCC Research Papers: Major Concepts in Tourism Research – Memory (pp. 9-20). Leeds: Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change. published online

Reports

Mackenzie, A, McNally, R, Tomomitsu, J and Hui, A (2011). Data flows in genomic and environmental science. Final report on e-Science Institute mini-theme.

Book Reviews

Hui, A. (2008) Review of ‘Iain Chambers, Mediterranean crossings: the politics of an interrupted modernity’, Space and Culture On-Line (Oct 2008).

Hui, A. (2008) Review of ‘Michael McKinnie, City stages: theatre and urban space in a global city’, Space and Culture On-Line (Feb 2008).

Hui, A. (2007) Review of ‘Cheryl Teelucksingh (ed.), Claiming space: Racialization in Canadian cities’, Canadian Review of Sociology On-Line Book Reviews (Jan 2007).