• Power, Emma R. and Gillon, Charles W. How tenure drives household care practices and strategies, Social & Cultural Geographies. (in press)
  • Power, Emma (2009) Domestic temporalities: nature times in the house-as-home, Geoforum, 40(6), p1024-1032.
  • Muller, Samantha; Power, Emma R.; Suchet-Pearson, Sandra; Wright, Sarah; Lloyd, Kate (2009) “Quarantine matters!”: Quotidian relationships around quarantine in Australia’s northern borderlands, Environment and Planning A, 41, p780-795.
  • Power, Emma R. (2008) Furry families: making a human-dog family through home, Social and Cultural Geography, 9(5), p535-555.
  • Power, Emma R. (2007) Pests and home-making: depictions of pests in homemaker magazines, Home Cultures, 4(3), p213-236.
  • Power, Emma R. (2005) Human-nature relations in suburban gardens, Australian Geographer, 36(1), p39-53.

Book Chapters

Restrictions on pet-ownership in multi-owned properties, in ‘Multi-owned property: rights, responsibilities and restrictions’.

Households and neighbourhoods, in Identity and belonging .

Domesticities in The Wiley-Blackwell companion to cultural geography , (download paper)

‘Nature in the home’, in  International encyclopedia of housing and home  (download paper)

Beyond McMansions and green homes: thinking household sustainability through materialities of homeyness in  Material geographies of household sustainability  (download paper)