Co-edited Ideas in History, vol. 6, no. 2, 2012: Intellectual History of Economic Thought
An Intellectual History of Terror. War, Violence and the State, London & New York: Routledge 2010
Co-edited Rousseau and Revolution, London & New York: Continuum 2011
Presentation: “Contested Property Claims”, Semiotics, Aarhus University, November 18, 2015
Paper: “Street Thinking – the Radical Left on the Place Protests” The Democratic Public Sphere, Aarhus University, November 5-7, 2015
Paper: ”Dreaming of European Civil War – Crisis of Privileges on the anti-Muslim far right”, European Crises from Weimar until Today: History – Economy – Politics – Law, 11-12 December 2014, Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School
”For God and Profit – studying money, virtue and nature as knowledge and practice authorities”, The Humanities towards a New Agenda, CBS, København, 21-22. november 2012
Contested property claims", paper presented at Dissent, University of Aalborg, January 16-17, 2014
Bruun, Maja Hojer (2015) "Communities and the Commons: Open Access and Community Ownership of the Urban Commons." In Urban Commons: Rethinking the City, C. Borch and M. Kornberger (eds.). London and New York: Routledge.
Bruun, Maja Hojer (2014) "Et hjem til salg? Spændingen mellem boligen som vare og hjem på et usikkert boligmarked". In: Hverdagens mysterier. Ting vi kender men ikke helt forstår. En antologi i anledning af 60-året for antropologi og etnografi ved Aarhus Universitet, Bubandt, Nils, Dalsgård, Anne Line, Johnsen, Ulrik and Selmer, Bodil (eds.). Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag.
Bruun, Maja Hojer (2013) "Som én stor familie: husfællesskab og slægtskab danske andelsboligforeninger". In: H.O. Mogensen and K.F. Olwig: Familie og slægtskab - antropologiske perspektiver. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur.
Bruun, Maja Hojer (2012) Social Life and Moral Economies in Danish Cooperative Housing: Community, Property and Value. PhD thesis. Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen.
Bruun, Maja Hojer (2011) Egalitarianism and Community in Danish Housing Cooperatives. Proper Forms of Sharing and Being Together. Social Analysis 55 (2): 62-83.
Bruun, Maja Hojer, Gry Skrædderdal Jakobsen, and Stine Krøijer (2011) Introduction. The Concern for Sociality - Practicing Equality
January 30, 2015: “Communities and the Commons: Open Access and Community Ownership of the Urban Commons”, paper given at Uncommon Enclosures workshop, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen.
August 24-26, 2015: “Communities, Urban Commons and the Right to the City”, paper presented at Megaseminar, biannual meeting of Danish anthropologists, Sandbjerg.
October 16-18, 2014: "Cooperatives as Urban Commons", paper given at Co-operatives and Commons Workshop, Center for the Study of Law in Society, University of Sheffield.
October 15, 2014: "Urban Commons and Communites", seminar talk given at Birkbeck College Staff seminar, London.
October 14, 2014: "Urban Commons and Communites", seminar talk given at Kent Law School Staff seminar, Canterbury.
July 31 - 4 August 2014: "Contested Commons", paper given at European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Conference, Tallinn.
May 16-17, 2014: "Winning and Losing in the Housing Market", paper given at The Right to a Home workshop, LSE, London.
April 3-5, 2014: "Claiming the Urban Commons", paper given at Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law Workshop on Alternative Property Practices, Onati.
Jan. 13-15, 2014: "Claiming the Urban Commons", paper given at Megaseminar, University of Aarhus and University of Copenhagen, Sandbjerg.
Christiansen, Chrisitian O. & Cockburn, P. J. L. (2014): “The Road to Market Society: a review of Michael Sandel: What Money Can’t Buy: the moral limits of the market”, European Journal of Social Theory, Vol. 17, No. 4, 2014, p. 544-549.
Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2013): ‘Street papers, work, and begging: “experimenting” at the margins of economic legitimacy.’ Journal of Cultural Economy (online ahead of print).
Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2013): ‘Kolde systemer og varme praksisser: kritik af en kunstig modstilling’. Baggrund, July 6th (available online at Baggrund.com).
Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2013): ‘The political chaff from the economic grain? Rhetorical accounts of the embeddedness of begging.’ Economy and Society 42, 2: 281 – 303.
Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2012): ‘Rhetorics of Work: the value of work in different contexts of argument.’ In Valentina Cuzzocrea, Paul James, and Partha Pratim Sahu (eds.) the Value of Work: interdisciplinary perspectives. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 3-17.
Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2011): ‘Att argumentera om ekonomisk legitimitet’ [‘Arguing about economic legitimacy’], trans. Lars Herzberg for Ikaros 8(4): 9-11.
Relevant conference papers and other presentations
Oct. 2015 ‘"Of proprietors and parasites," Conference on Economic Justice and Political Action, University of Barcelona.
April 2015 "Property and the Temporality of Needs," delivered at the PSA Politics of Property workshop, Nottingham University.
Feb. 2014 "Property Contested," delivered at the Philosophy Colloquium, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
Nov. 2013 "Rhetoric and the sources of property knowledge," delivered at the PSA Politics of Property workshop on ‘Just (and Unjust) Property’, Nottingham University.
Feb. 19th, 2014: "Property Contested: a concept and the examples we use to argue about it", University of Exeter
Feb. 10th, 2014: "Property Contested: a concept and the examples we use to argue about it", University of Wales Trinity St. David, Lampeter
Jan. 2013: ‘Rhetoric and the embedded economy,’ delivered at the annual seminar for the Center for Sociologiske Studier, Aarhus Universitet, Sandbjerg, Denmark.
July 2012:‘Economy, morality and language,’ guest presentation for course ‘Tradition and Transformation’ at Renmin University, Beijing.
Feb. 2012: ‘Street papers and economic legitimacy,’ delivered at ‘Designing and Transforming Capitalism’ hosted by Aarhus University
Nov. 2010:‘Rhetorics of work,’ delivered at the conference on ‘The Value of Work’ organised by Inter-Disciplinary.Net in Prague.
Risager, B. S. (2015). Prekæritet og prekariat – Sociologisk diskussion og politisk aktivisme [Precarity and Precariat – Sociological Discussion and Political Activism]. Slagmark - Tidsskrift for Idéhistorie, 71, 45–60.
Fabian, L., Nørgaard, A. E., & Risager, B. S. (red./eds.) (2015). Slagmark - Tidsskrift for idéhistorie #71: Sociale bevægelser og politisk protest[Battlefield – Journal of History of Ideas #71: Social Movements and Political Protest].
Fabian, L., Nørgaard, A. E., & Risager, B. S. (2015). Protestens taktikker, traditioner og teorier – Redaktionelt forord [The Tactics, Traditions and Theories of Protest – Editorial Preface]. Slagmark - Tidsskrift for idéhistorie [Battlefield – Journal of History of Ideas], 71, 11–27. Accessible at http://www.slagmark.dk/sociale-b-og-politisk-protest
Translator of R. Salecl (2012). Valgets tyranni [The Tyranny of Choice]. Aarhus: Forlaget Philosophia.
Risager, B. S. (2015). Why does Space Matter to Social Movement Research? Some Theoretical and Methodological Consideration for my PhD Project. Paper presented at the PhD course Theoretical Perspectives in Geography: On theory, theorising and writing theory. September 21-25, NTNU Trondheim.
Risager, B. S. (2015). The Multible Geographies of Protest in Times of Crisis and Austerity: The Blockupy Movement’s ‘Resistance in the Heart of the European Crisis Regime’. Paper presented at the Inaugural Conference on Cultural Political Economy. September 1-2, Lancaster University.
Risager, B. S., & Thorup, M. (2015). Protesting the Neoliberal University and the De-academization of Knowledge: The Danish Student Movement, ‘A Different University’. Paper presented at the 20th Alternative Futures and Popular Protest conference. March 30-April 1, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Risager, B. S. (2014, February). Eventful places in the 2011 movements. Paper presented at the Alternative Futures and Popular Protest conference, Manchester.
“The Occupy movement as an articulatory practice”, paper presented at the Danish Sociology Conference, Aarhus University, 19-20 January 2012.