For samples of her published writing, please visit Adeola’s page.


Enigbokan, A. (in press). “Work Ethics: Fair labor practices in a socially engaged art world,” Art and the Public Sphere, special issue on The Ethics of Social Practice.

Enigbokan, A. (2015). “Delai Sam: Social activism as contemporary art in the emerging discourse of DIY urbanism in Russia,” Journal of Urbanism,
DOI: 10.1080/17549175.2015.1029507.

Enigbokan, A. (2014). “Unraveling the City: A Psychogeographical Experiment at the Edge of Moscow,” English Language Notes, 52 (1):187-196, special issue on Imaginary Cartographies.

Enigbokan, A. and Patchett, M. (2012). “Speaking with Specters: Experimental Geographies in Practice,” Cultural Geographies 19(4): 535-546.



Enigbokan, A. (n.d.) The Renters’ Archive: Reconstructing personal histories of renting in Harlem, New York during the era of urban renewal. For submission to Housing, Theory and Society.

Enigbokan, A. (n.d.) Moscow is Not Copenhagen: Considering local knowledge, pedestrian experiences and public life in new designs for public space. For submission to City: Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action.



Enigbokan, A. (2015).“The Black & Blue Line: Race and policing in the last days of the apartheid regime,” The New Inquiry, 45, pp. 10-14.

Enigbokan, A. (2015). “Can the Audience Create Itself?” in The Questions We Ask Together, ed. Gemma Rose-Turnbull, Minneapolis, MN: Open Engagement in Print, pp.394 -397.

Enigbokan, A. (2015). “We are all debtors and the debt shall set us free,” in The Artist as Debtor: The Work of Artists in the Age of Speculative Capitalism

Enigbokan, A. (2014). “Our Fellow Travelers—Soviet painter Aleksandr Deineka shared with Spike Lee a commitment to building worlds that are safe for black youthThe New Inquiry, 32, pp. 16-19.

Enigbokan, A. (2011). “Foolish Journeys: Urban Research for the City Yet to Come,” No More Potlucks 17, pp. 8-17.

Enigbokan, A. (2010). “You see it falling apart: Alvin Baltrop’s photographs of New York City,” in Alvin Baltrop: Color Slides, New York: Famous Accountants.



Enigbokan, A. and Medellin, C. (2013). Elastic Networks: Re-imagining the Urban, Post-Hurricane Sandy (Commissioned by Mazzanti Architects)

Enigbokan, A. and Medellin, C. (2012). Moscow Rules: A Pedestrian’s Guide to Urban Research (Commissioned by Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design)

Enigbokan A. (2012). “Moscow: City of Islands Within Islands” in Megacity Moscow Report (Commissioned by Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design)

DISSERTATION: Archiving the City: A guide to the art of urban interventions