2020), Public artivism: Queering geographies of migration and social inclusivity. Citizenship Studies. DOI:10.1080/13621025.2019.1706447(
Zebracki, M. (2019), Public art, sexuality, and critical pedagogy. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. DOI:10.1080/03098265.2019.1661365
Zebracki M., Luger J. (2018), Digital geographies of public art: New global politics. Progress in Human Geography 43(5): 890-909
Zebracki, M. & D. de Bekker (2018), Public art for an inclusive city: Producers and publics on the social potentials and problems of flagship vis-à-vis community art. City & Society 30(1): 14-44
2018), Introduction to special issue: Urban public art: Geographies of co-production. City & Society 30(1): 5-13
Zebracki M., Doucet B, De Brant T. (2018), Beyond picturesque decay: Detroit and the photographic sites of confrontation between media and residents. Space and Culture. DOI:10.1177/1206331217753344
Zebracki, M. (2018), Regenerating a coastal town through art: Dismaland and the (l)imitations of antagonistic art practice in the city. Cities 77: 21-32
Zebracki, M. (2018), Urban preservation and the queerying spaces of (un)remembering: Memorial landscapes of the Miami Beach art deco historic district. Urban Studies 55(10): 2261-2285
Zebracki, M. (2017), Queerying public art in digitally networked space. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 16(3): 440-474
Zebracki, M. & T. Milani (2017), Critical geographical queer semiotics. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 16(3): 427-439.
Zebracki, M., A. Sumner & E. Speight (2017), (Re)making public campus art: Connecting the university, publics and the city. Public Art Dialogue 7(1): 6-43
Zebracki, M. (2017), Homomonument as queer micropublic: An emotional geography of sexual citizenship. Journal of Economic and Social Geography 108(3): 345-355
Zebracki, M. (2017), A cybergeography of public art encounter: The case of Rubber Duck. International Journal of Cultural Studies 20(5): 526-544
Zebracki, M. (2016), The search for publics: Challenging comfort zones in the co-creation of public art. Cultural Geographies 23(4): 739-744
Zebracki, M. (2016), Embodied techno-space: An auto-ethnography on affective citizenship in the techno electronic dance music scene. Emotion, Space and Society 20: 111-119
Van Klinken, A. & M. Zebracki (2015), Porn in church: Moral geographies of homosexuality in Uganda. Porn Studies 3(1): 89-92
Zebracki, M. (2014), Explosive multiscalar negotiations of sexual citizenship: The 2014 Russian Winter Olympics countdown. Antipode – A Radical Journal of Geography
Zebracki, M. (2013), Beyond public artopia: Public art as perceived by its publics. GeoJournal 78(2): 303–317
Zebracki, M. (2012), Engaging geographies of public art: Indwellers, the ‘Butt Plug Gnome’ and their locale. Social & Cultural Geography 13(7): 735–758 – part of special issue on ‘public space, public art and public pedagogy’
Zebracki, M. (2011), Does cultural policy matter in public-art production? The Netherlands and Flanders compared, 1945-present. Environment and Planning A 43(12): 2953–2970
Zebracki, M., R. van der Vaart & I. van Aalst (2010), Deconstructing public artopia: Situating public-art claims within practice. Geoforum 41(5): 786–795
Zebracki, M. & J. Palmer (2017), Public Art Encounters: Art, Space and Identity. London: Routledge. ISBN: 9781472468796
Cartiere, C. & M. Zebracki (Eds.) (2016), The Everyday Practice of Public Art: Art, Space, and Social Inclusion. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1138829213
Zebracki, M. (2012), Public Artopia: Art in Public Space in Question (PhD thesis). Amsterdam: Pallas Publications/Amsterdam University Press. ISBN: 9789085550655
Zebracki, M. (2016), The Everyday Agonistic Life after the Unveiling: Lived Experiences from a Public Art World Café. In: The Everyday Practice of Public Art: Art, Space, and Social Inclusion, 63-82. London: Routledge.
Cartiere, C., S. Hope, A. Schrag, E. Yon & M. Zebracki (2016), A Collective Timeline of Socially-Engaged Public Art Practice. In: The Everyday Practice of Public Art: Art, Space, and Social Inclusion, 225-241. London: Routledge.
Cartiere, C. & M. Zebracki (2016), Introduction. In: The Everyday Practice of Public Art: Art, Space, and Social Inclusion, 1-10. London: Routledge.
Zebracki, M. (2015), Art Engagers: What Does Public Art Do to Its Publics? The Case of the ‘Butt Plug Gnome’. In: Lossau, J. & Q. Stevens, The Uses of Art in Public Space, 167-182. London: Routledge.