Refereed Journal Articles
2019 Landry, D. ‘Stop calling it graffiti’: The Visual Rhetoric of Contamination, Consumption and Colonization. Current Sociology, 0011392118823830.
2012 Landry, D. Are We Human? Edgework in Defiance of the Mundane and Measurable. Critical Criminology, 21(1), 1-14.
2009 Landry, D. Faux Science and the Social Construction of a Risk Society: A Burkean Engagement with the CSI Debates. Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies, 9: 145 - 157.
Refereed Chapters in Books
2020 Landry, D. “The Redactasaurus Chronicles: Fear, Consumption and Graffiti Regulation in Capital City'' In S.C.J Picart (Ed.) Teratological Explorations: Monsters, Law, and Crime. Bucknell University Press: Louisburg Pennsylvania.
2019 Landry, D. Listening to Streets + Watching Paint Dry: Collecting Other Forms of Data. In (Eds.) S. Kleinknecht, L. van den Scott and C. Sanders. The Craft of Qualitative Research. Canadian Scholars’ Press: 2017 Landry, D. Defensible Aesthetics: Creative Resistance to Urban Policies in Ottawa. In Avramidis and Tsilimpounidi (Eds) Graffiti, Street Art: Reading and Representing the City. Ashgate-Taylor & Francis.
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