Craig Willse. 2015. The Value of Homelessness: Managing Surplus Life in the United States. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Patricia Ticineto Clough and Craig Willse. 2011. Beyond Biopolitics: Essays on the Governance of Life and Death. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Edited Journals

Craig Willse and Dean Spade. 2013. Born in Flames: Special Issue of Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, 23(1).

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Craig Willse. 2014. “Life Beyond Work: The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics, and Postwork Imaginaries.” ephemera 14.3: 541-47. | download pdf

Dean Spade and Craig Willse. 2014. “Sex, Gender, and War in an Age of Multicultural Imperialism.” QED: A Journal of GLBTQ Worldmaking 1(1): 5-29. | download pdf

Patricia Ticineto Clough and Craig Willse. 2010. “Gendered Security/National Security: Political Branding and Population Racism.” Social Text 105 28(4): 45-63. | download pdf

Craig Willse. 2010. “Neo-liberal Biopolitics and the Invention of Chronic Homelessness.” Economy and Society 39(2): 155-184. | download pdf

Craig Willse. 2008. “‘Universal Data Elements,’ or the Biopolitical Life of Homeless Populations.” Surveillance and Society 5(4): 227-251. | download pdf

Patricia T. Clough, Greg Goldberg, Rachel Schiff, Aaron Weeks and Craig Willse. 2007. “Notes Towards a Theory of Affect-Itself.” Ephemera 7(2): 60-77. | download pdf

Law Review Articles

Craig Willse and Dean Spade. 2005. “Freedom in a Regulatory State?: Lawrence, Marriage and Biopolitics.” Widener Law Review 307: 309-329. | download pdf

Dean Spade and Craig Willse. 2000. “Confronting the Limits of Gay Hate Crimes Activism: A Radical Critique.” UCLA Chicano-Latino Law Review 21: 38-52. | download pdf

Book Chapters

Greg Goldberg and Craig Willse. 2007. “Losses and Returns: The Soldier in Trauma.” In Patricia T. Clough (ed.), The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social. Durham: Duke University Press, 265-286. | download pdf

Reviews and Other Publications

Craig Willse. 2015. “Homelessness and housing in gentrifying Brooklyn.” University of Minnesota Press Blog.

Craig Willse. 2015. “Queer Dilemmas.” Invited contribution to “Forum: Queer and Now,” The Writing Instructor.

Craig Willse. 2013. “Gentrification and Resistance.” Cities and Globalization Blog.

Craig Willse. 2013. “Cities and War.” Cities and Globalization Blog.

Craig Willse. 2012. “Magic Versus Neoliberalism: Riots Against Everywhere.” WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly 40 (3&4): 317-25. | download pdf

Craig Willse. 2012. “Review of Homelessness, Housing, and Mental Illness, Russell K. Schutt with Stephen M. Goldfinger.” Contemporary Sociology 41(2): 234-35. | download pdf

Craig Willse. 2009. “Living Better.” Curatorial essay. Visual AIDS, Web Gallery.

Dean Spade and Craig Willse. 2009. “White Knight.” Review of Milk, directed by Gus Van Sant. Left Turn, April/May: 72-73. | download pdf

Craig Willse. 2008. “Craig Willse Talks to Jonah Groeneboer.” NY Arts Magazine, January/February: 37.

Craig Willse. 2005. Review of Smoke and Mirrors: The Politics and Culture of Air Pollution edited by E. Melanie Du Puis. Contemporary Sociology 34(4): 372.

Craig Willse. 2005. “Anti-War Politics After the Public Sphere.” The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest 4: 175-186.

Craig Willse. 2004. “Political Economies of Exposure.” Exhibition catalog, Pilot TV: Experimental Media for Feminist Trespass. Chicago: 26-28.

Craig Willse. 2003. “Thoughts on Meaningless Political Action.” LTTR 2.

Craig Willse. 2003. “The Public Space of the Prison.” Loud Paper 4(2): 20-23.

Craig Willse. 2002. “These places that feel like home.” In Patti Young Kim (ed.), Home Project. Halifax: 106 Press, 17-20.

Craig Willse. 2001. “You Can’t Go Home Again: AIDS and Homelessness.” POZ Magazine, January: 20.