Matthew Gandy, ‘Film as Method in the Geohumanities‘, GeoHumanities, May 2021.

Artur Piskorz, ‘Robinson in England‘, Kwartalnik Filmowy 113, Spring 2021, 184-201.

Horatio Morpurgo, ‘The Exiled Voices Teach’, The London Magazine, April-May 2021, 129-134.

Andrew Stevens, interview with Patrick Keiller, 3:AM Magazine, 28 January 2021.

John Rogers, ‘Patrick Keiller interview: London, the book‘, The Lost Byway, 10 January 2021.

Malini Guha, ‘Encounters and affinities: Exchanges through the essay form‘, NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies 9.2, Autumn 2020, 159–180.

Douglas Murphy, ‘The First Metropolis to Disappear’, Tribune, Autumn 2020.

Matthew Harle, ‘Shooting the Elephant’, Sight & Sound, December 2020, 22.

David Anderson, Landscape and Subjectivity in the Work of Patrick Keiller, W. G. Sebald, and Iain Sinclair (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020).

Film’s 20 greatest voiceovers – ranked! Guardian, 3 September 2020.

Time Out 50 best ’90s movies: Robinson in Space, 24 August 2020.

Owen Hatherley, ‘The Government of London’, New Left Review 122, Mar-Apr 2020, 87, 98-99.

Artur Piskorz, ‘Patrick Keiller and “the problem of London”‘, Kwartalnik Filmowy 107, Autumn 2019, 116-125.

Sarah Cooper, Film and the Imagined Image (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019), 52-60, 114-118.

Chris Butler, ‘Inhabiting the Ruins of Neoliberalism: Space, Catastrophe and Utopia’, Law and Critique 30 (2019), 225-242.

Joel Evans, Conceptualising the Global in the Wake of the Postmodern (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), 129-139.

Josh Baines, ‘Classics Corner: ‘London’ (1994)’, Time Out, 28 May – 3 June 2019, 42.

Dan Hancox, ‘What Patrick Keiller’s ‘Lost’ Film Reveals About Our Housing Crisis’, Frieze, 15 February 2019.

Time Out 100 best British films: London (39); Robinson in Space (52), 10 September 2018.

Angela Prysthon, ‘Espaço, paisagem e cidade em Patrick Keiller’, La Furia Umana 34, June 2018.

Simon O’Sullivan, ‘Fictioning the Landscape’, Journal of Aesthetics and Phenomenology 5.1, 2018, 53-65, 54-56.

Georges Fournier, ‘Rural Landscape in Patrick Keiller’s Robinson in Space and Robinson in Ruins’ in David Haigron (ed.), The English Countryside: Representations, Identities, Mutations (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), 115-136.

Adam Scovell, interview with Patrick Keiller for BFI website, June 2017.

Joni Hyvönen, ‘En topograf med opieätarens kval’, Walden: Tidskrift för filmkritik 5/6, våren/sommaren 2017, 75-82.

David Anderson, ‘A Melancholy Topography: Patrick Keiller’s London’ in Pam Hirsch, Chris O’Rourke (eds.), London on Film (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), 147-162.

Dennis Lim, ‘No Nook of English Ground Secure: The Films of Patrick Keiller’, Artforum February 2017, 170-175.

Alan Ingram, ‘Art, Geopolitics and Metapolitics at Tate Galleries London’, Geopolitics 22.3, 2017, 719-739.

Daniele Rugo, ‘England, that Desert Island: Patrick Keiller’s Spatial Fictions’, Cultural Politics 12.3, 2016, 263-278.

Sam Cooper, The Situationist International in Britain: Modernism, Surrealism, and the Avant-Gardes (London, New York: Routledge, 2016), 158-170.

Tanya Agathocleous, ‘Postcards from the Apocalypse: Patrick Keiller’s London and the Legacies of Victorian Realism’, Visual Culture in Britain 17.3, 2016, 251-269.

Paul Newland, ‘The Spatial Politics of the Voice in Patrick Keiller’s Robinson in Ruins (2010)’, The New Soundtrack 6.2, 2016, 129-142.

Paul Newland, ‘Film and the repossession of rural space: interview with Patrick Keiller’ in Paul Newland (ed.), British Rural Landscapes on Film (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016), 190-198.

Jeff Malpas, Keith Jacobs, ‘Place, Space, and Capital: The Landscapes of Patrick Keiller’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34.6, 2016, 1132-1149.

Kumiko Kiuchi, Landscapes in Time: Patrick Keiller’s Robinson Trilogy (Tokyo: Office 903, 2015).

Iván Villarmea Álvarez, Documenting Cityscapes: Urban Change in Contemporary Non-Fiction Film (New York: Columbia University Press, 2015), 74-86.

Peter Blundell Jones, ‘An Encounter with Patrick Keiller’ in Peter Blundell Jones, Mark Meagher (eds.), Architecture and Movement: the Dynamic Experience of Buildings and Landscapes (Abingdon, New York: Routledge, 2015), 244-250.

Stephen Daniels, Ben Cowell, Lucy Veale, Landscapes of the National Trust (London: National Trust Books, 2015), 55-56, 68-69.

Joachim Lepastier, ‘Patrick Keiller, à la recherche du visible’, Criticat 15, 2015 printemps, 103-105.

Robert Mayer, ‘Defoe’s Cultural Afterlife, Mainly on Screen’ in Daniel Cook, Nicholas Seager (eds.), The Afterlives of Eighteenth-Century Fiction (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 233-252.

Alberto Toscano, Jeff Kinkle, Cartographies of the Absolute (Alresford: Zero Books, 2014), 218-226.

Angela Prysthon, ‘Espaço e paisagem nos filmes de Patrick Keiller’/’Space and Landscape in Patrick Keiller’s films’, Revista Famecos: midia, cultura e te cnologia, 21.3, 2014, 1140-1167.

Sophie Aymes, ‘Robinsonner dans l’Angleterre contemporaine: le paysage chez Patrick Keiller’ in Claire Omhovère (ed.), L’Art du paysage, Volume VII (Paris: Michel Houdiard Éditeur, 2014), 77-86.

Daryl Martin, ‘Translating Space: the Politics of Ruins, the Remote and Peripheral Places’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38.3, May 2014, 1102-1119.

Geraldine Pratt, Rose Marie San Juan, Film and Urban Space: Critical Possibilities (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014), 105-106.

Claudia Faraone, Michiel Dehaene, ‘Landscapes Larger Than Life: Notes on Two Films about Territorial Transformations in Europe’, OASE Journal for Architecture 93, 2014, 26-39

Isabelle Cases, ‘Histoire de constructions et reconstruction de l’Histoire: l’écriture documentaire de Patrick Keiller’, LISA e-journal, 12.1, 2014.

Tom Wilkinson, ‘A Feeling for Nature: Patrick Keiller’s The View From The Train, Architectural Review, Vol. 235 issue 1407 (May 2014), 113-114.

Daniele Rugo, ‘The Overlook: On Patrick Keiller’s The View from the Train, Senses of Cinema 70, March 2014.

Will Self, ‘The Frisson’, London Review of Books, 20 January 2014.

Sukhdev Sandhu, review of The View from the Train, Icon, January 2014.

David Anderson, interview with Patrick Keiller, The White Review, February 2014.

Ian Thomson, review of The View from the Train, The Independent, 24 December 2013.

Nathalie Olah, ‘Patrick Keiller has been filming London’s poignant collapse since the 1990s‘, Vice, 11 December 2013.

Jonathan Romney, review of The View from the Train, Film Comment, November-December 2013, 70.

Andy Beckett, review of The View from the Train, Guardian Review, 7 November 2013.

Fred Truniger, Filmic Mapping: Film and the Visual Culture of Landscape Architecture (Berlin: Jovis, 2013) 196-210.

Jon Hegglund, ‘Patrick Keiller’s Ambient Narratives: Screen Ecologies of the Built Environment’, Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment 20.2, Spring 2013, 274-295.

Teresa Castro, ‘From the Film to the Map: Patrick Keiller and The City of the Future’ in Julia Noordegraaf, Cosetta G Saba, Barbara Lemaitre, Vinzenz Hediger (eds.), Preserving and Exhibiting Media Art: Challenges and Perspectives (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2013), 366-369.

Paul O’Kane, ‘Life and Death’, Art Monthly 365, April 2013.

Annette Kuhn, Guy Westwell, A Dictionary of Film Studies (Oxford: OUP, 2012), 143, 433.

Mark Fisher, ‘What Is Hauntology?, Film Quarterly 66.1, Fall 2012, 16-24.

Agata Pyzik, review of The Robinson Institute, Icon, 12 October 2012.

Brian Dillon, ‘At Tate Britain’, London Review of Books, 7 June 2012, 30.

Henry K Miller, ‘Infernal combustion: magic, machines, montage and The Robinson Institute’, Sight and Sound, 3 May 2012.

Owen Hatherley, ‘How Patrick Keiller is mapping the 21st Century landscape’, Guardian Review, 30 March 2012.

Adrian Searle, review of The Robinson Institute, Guardian, 27 March 2012.

Thomas Calvocoressi, ‘Contemporary Art: Missing in Action‘, New Statesman, 26 March 2012.

Stephen Daniels, Patrick Keiller, Doreen Massey and Patrick Wright, ‘To Dispel a Great Malady: Robinson in Ruins, the Future of Landscape and the Moving Image’, Tate Papers 17, Spring 2012.

Brian Dillon, ‘Ruins of the Future’, Tate Papers 17, Spring 2012.

Andrew Harris, ‘The Metonymic Urbanism of Twenty-first-century Mumbai’, Urban Studies 49.13, October 2012, 2957.

Isabelle Cases, ‘Patrick Keiller’s Architectural Cinematography: a New Form of Commitment in British Cinema and an Autonomous Artistic Expression’ in Jean-Michel Ganteau and Christine Reynier (eds.), Autonomy and Commitment in Twentieth Century British Arts (Montpelier: Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2012).

Leo Goldsmith, ‘Space Exploration: Patrick Keiller on landscape cinema and the problem of dwelling’, Moving Image Source, 18 January 2012.

Andy Webster, ‘Life Triumphs in Rural England’, New York Times, 11 January 2012.

Mark Holcomb, ‘Touring England, But Feeling OK About It, in “The Robinson Trilogy”’, Village Voice, 11 January 2012.

Paul Dave, ‘Robinson in Ruins: New materialism and the archaeological imagination’, Radical Philosophy 169, September/October 2011, 19-35.

Douglas Murphy, review of Robinson in Ruins, Icon, August 2011.

Jacky Bowring, ‘Melancholy Landscapes of Modernity: London and Passaic’, Landscape Journal 30.2, 2011, 214-225.

Janet Harbord, Rachel Moore, ‘Film in our Midst: City as Cinematic Archive’ in François Penz and Andong Lu (eds.), Urban Cinematics: Understanding Urban Phenomena through the Moving Image (Bristol, Chicago: Intellect, 2011), 197-206.

Patrik Sjöberg, ‘I Am Here, or, The Art of Getting Lost: Patrick Keiller and the New City Symphony’ in François Penz, Andong Lu (eds.), Urban Cinematics: Understanding Urban Phenomena through the Moving Image (Bristol, Chicago: Intellect, 2011), 43-52.

Timothy Corrigan, The Essay Film: From Montaigne, After Marker (New York: OUP, 2011), 111, 113-119.

Doreen Massey, ‘Landscape/space/politics: an essay’, online and with the 2011 British Film Institute’s DVD of Robinson in Ruins, abridged in Renata Tyszczuk, Joe Smith, Nigel Clark, Melissa Butcher (eds.), Atlas: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World (London: Black Dog Publishing, 2012), 90-95.

Ian Christie, ‘Ghosts in the Machine: Patrick Keiller’s Explorations of the Image World’, Cinema & Cie 10.14-15, 2010, 131-136.

Nina Power, ‘Ghost of the Fields: An Interview with Patrick Keiller’, Film Quarterly 6.2, Winter 2010, 44-49.

Chris Darke, review of Robinson in Ruins, Sight & Sound, December 2010, 74-76.

Daniel Trilling, ‘Politics and the English Countryside’, New Statesman, 24 November 2010.

Brian Dillon, ‘Robinson in Ruins’, Guardian Review, 20 November 2010, 18.

Mark Fisher, ‘English Pastoral: Robinson in Ruins’, Sight & Sound, November 2010, 22-24, reprinted in Ghosts Of My Life: Writings on Depression, Hauntology and Lost Futures (Winchester: Zero Books, 2014), 225-232.

Michael Sicinski, ‘Spotlight: Robinson in Ruins’, Cinema Scope 44, Fall 2010.

Wally Hammond, review of Robinson in Ruins, Time Out, 16 November 2010.

Andrew Stevens, ‘The Robinson Institute’, interviews with Patrick Keiller, Doreen Massey and Patrick Wright, 3:AM Magazine.

Ian Robinson, ‘Searching for the City: Cinema and the Critique of Urban Space in the Films of Keiller, Cohen, and Steinmetz and Chanan’ in Richard Koeck, Les Roberts (eds.), The City and the Moving Image: Urban Projections (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), 114-124.

Teresa Castro, ‘Mapping the City through Film: from ‘Topophilia’ to Urban Mapscapes’ in Richard Koeck, Les Roberts (eds.), The City and the Moving Image: Urban Projections (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), 144-155.

Anthony Kinik, ‘“A Bridge Between Imagination and Reality Must Be Built”: Film and Spatial Critique in the Work of Patrick Keiller’, Intermediality: History and Theory of the Arts, Literature and Technologies 14, 2009, 105-125.

Roger Luckhurst, ‘Genteel, Accessible, Revolutionary’, Vertigo 3.8, 2008.

Richard Unwin, review of The City of the Future at BFI Southbank Gallery, Frieze 114, April 2008.

Brian Dillon, review of The City of the Future at BFI Southbank Gallery, London, Modern Painters, March 2008, 84-85.

Christy Anderson, review of London, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 67.1, March 2008, 158-160.

John A Matthews, David T Herbert, Geography: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), 139-141.

James Ward, ‘”London is All Waste”: Rubbish in Patrick Keiller’s Robinson Films’, SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism 116, 37.2, 2008, 78-93.

Robert Hanks, review of The City of the Future, The Independent Extra, 22 November 2007, 14-15.

Samantha Hardingham, Kester Rattenbury (eds.), Supercrit #1: Cedric Price Potteries Thinkbelt (Abingdon: Routledge 2007), 110-111.

Ian Walker, So Exotic, So Homemade: Surrealism, Englishness and Documentary Photography (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007), 160-186.

Charlotte Brunsdon, London in Cinema: the Cinematic City Since 1945 (London: British Film Institute, 2007), 28-33 etc.

Patrick Russell, 100 British Documentaries (London: British Film Institute, 2007), 116-118.

Stephen Barber, ‘An Indescribable Blur: Film and London’ in Gail Cunningham, Stephen Barber (eds), London Eyes: Reflections in Text and Image (Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2007), 131-134.

Carla Scura, Dove comincia il tempo: La Londra di fine millennio nel cinema e nella letteratura (Rome: Nuova Editrice Universitaria, 2007), 16-20, 55-60.

David B Clarke, ‘The City of the Future revisited or, the lost world of Patrick Keiller’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 32.1, January 2007, 29–45.

Jason Anderson, ‘London Mapping: Patrick Keiller’s Peripatetic Hybrids’, interview with Patrick Keiller, Cinema Scope 26, 2006.

Andrew Burke, ‘Nation, Landscape and Nostalgia in Patrick Keiller’s Robinson in Space’, Historical Materialism 14.1, 2006, 3-29.

Jane Connarty, Josephine Lanyon et al: Ghosting: The Role of the Archive within Contemporary Artists’ Film and Video (Bristol: Picture This, 2006), 105-109.

Ewa Mazierska, Laura Rascaroli, Crossing New Europe: Postmodern Travel and the European Road Movie (London: Wallflower, 2006), 57-78.

Paul Dave, Visions of England: Class and Culture in Contemporary Cinema (Oxford, New York: Berg, 2006), 119-140.

Michael Atkinson, ‘A Dense World of Recurrences’, Village Voice, 9 May 2006.

Making History: Art and Documentary in Britain from 1929 to Now (London: Tate Publishing, 2006), 38, 46-47.

Steve Pile, Real Cities: Modernity, Space and the Phantasmagorias of City Life (London: Sage, 2005), 4-12.

Dennis Lim, ‘An Enigmatic Trek Through England’s Industrial Gray Zones’, Village Voice, 17 May 2005.

Simon Grimble, ‘“A bridge between imagination and reality must be built…” landscapes and politics in the films of Patrick Keiller’, The Literary London Journal 3.1, March 2005.

Laurence Demorgon, ‘Robinson, pélerin du monde global’, L’Architecture d’aujourd’hui 350, January-February 2005, 24-25.

Rachel Moore, ‘Patrick Keiller’ commissioned essay for Luxonline.

Robert Mayer, ‘Not Adaptation but “Drifting”: Patrick Keiller, Daniel Defoe, and the Relationship between Film and Literature’, Eighteenth-Century Fiction 16.4, July 2004, 803-827.

Philipp Misselwitz, ‘Reichtümer im Zerfall’, interview with Patrick Keiller in Philipp Oswalt (ed.), Schrumpfende Städte (Berlin: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2004), 554-559; English edition 2006, 554-559.

Brian Dillon, ‘London Calling’, interview with Patrick Keiller, Frieze 78, October 2003, 78-81,

Michael O’Pray, Avant-Garde Film: Forms, Themes and Passions (London, New York: Wallflower, 2003), 107-118.

Eithne O’Neill, review of London and Robinson in Space, Positif 509/510 (July/August 2003), 138.

Julian Wolfreys, ‘Undoing London or, Urban Haunts: The Fracturing of Representation in the 1990s’ in Pamela K Gilbert (ed.), Imagined Londons (Albany: SUNY Press, 2002), 193–217.

Peter Brooker, Modernity and Metropolis: Writing, Film, and Urban Formations (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002), 105-109.

Michael Uwemedimo, Bernard Vere, ‘Unknowable London: an interview with Patrick Keiller’ in Eyeing London (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 2002), 34-59.

Gareth Evans, review of The Dilapidated Dwelling, Time Out , 8-15 May 2002.

David Martin-Jones, interview with Patrick Keiller, Journal of Popular British Cinema, 5-2002, 123-132.

Graham Gussin, Ele Carpenter, Nothing (London: August Media and Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2001), 130.

Ken Eisner, review of The Dilapidated Dwelling, Variety, December 18-31, 2000.

Stella Bruzzi, New Documentary: a critical introduction (London: Routledge, 2000), 99-123.

Paul Dave, ‘Representations of Capitalism, History and Nation in the Work of Patrick Keiller’ in Justine Ashby, Andrew Higson (eds.), British Cinema, Past and Present (London: Routledge, 2000), 339-351.

Claire Smith, ‘Travelling Light: New Art Cinema of the 90s’ in Robert Murphy (ed.), British Cinema of the 90s (London: BFI, 2000), 145-155.

Joe Kerr, interview with Patrick Keiller in Bob Fear (ed.), Architecture + Film II, Architectural Design, 70.1, January 2000, 82-85.

Phillip Kemp, ‘New British Cinema’, Film Comment, May/June 1999.

Gareth Evans, ‘Unfortunate Travellers’, New Statesman, 21 June 1999.

Richard Wentworth’s Thinking Aloud (London: National Touring Exhibitions, 1998), 33.

Adriana Nacheva, interview with Patrick Keiller, Cambridge Architecture Journal 10, 1998, 17-20

Paul Dave, ‘The Bourgeois Paradigm and Heritage Cinema’, New Left Review 224, July-August 1997, 111-126.

Paul Julian Smith, review of Robinson in Space, Sight and Sound, January 1997, 45.

Larry Sider, ‘Looking for the Wind’, Pix 2, 1997, 168-171.

Mike Hodges, ‘The Secret City’, Pix 2, 1997, 166-167, reprinted in The Independent 27 May 2005.

Claire Barwell, interview with Patrick Keiller, Pix 2, 1997, 158-165.

Iain Sinclair, Lights Out For the Territory (London: Granta, 1997), 306-317.

Geoff Andrew, review of Robinson in Space, Time Out, 8 January 1997,

The Director’s Eye (Oxford: Museum of Modern Art, 1996), 35.

Colin Sorensen, interview with Patrick Keiller, London on Film (London: Museum of London, 1996), 160-161.

Stephen Daniels, ‘Paris Envy: Patrick Keiller’s London’, History Workshop Journal, 40.1, 1995, 220-222.

Third ICA Biennial of Independent Film and Video (London: ICA, British Council, Arts Council of England, 1995), 47.

Vertigo 1.4, Winter 1994-5: William Raban, ‘London: The Background’; John Mepham, ‘London: The Commonplace Transfigured’; Mark Fisher, ‘London: Why Is It so Hard to Enjoy?’; Bambi Ballard, ‘London: I Sat Glued to the Screen’; Mike Phillips, ‘London: No Time for Contradiction’; Adam Kossoff, ‘London: A Metaphysical Mirror’; Keith Griffiths, ‘Anxious Visions’.

Anna Price, interview with Patrick Keiller, Artifice 1, 1994, 26-37.

Graham Fuller, ‘Shots in the Dark: London’s Secret History Exposed’, Interview, September 1994.

Stephen Holden, ‘A Tour of London, Seen Through a Glass Darkly’, New York Times, 28 September 1994.

Robert Yates, review of London, Sight and Sound, June 1994, 54-55.

Iain Sinclair, ‘Necropolis of Fretful Ghosts’, Sight and Sound, June 1994, 12-15.

Geoff Andrew, review of London, Time Out, 1 June 1994.

Robert Yates, Patrick Keiller interview, Guardian, 31 May 1994,

The British Art Show 1990 (London: South Bank Centre, 1990), 76-77, 134.

The Elusive Sign (London: British Council and Arts Council of Great Britain, 1987), 36.

The New Pluralism, Tate Gallery screenings programme booklet, 1985

Michael O’Pray, review of Norwood, Monthly Film Bulletin, October 1984, 322-323.

Cross Currents: Ten Years of Mixed Media (London: Royal College of Art, 1984), 34-35.

Jo Comino, review of Norwood, City Limits, Dec 2-8 1983.

Sheila Johnston, review of Stonebridge Park, Time Out, Feb 5-11 1982.

Jo Comino, review of Stonebridge Park, City Limits, Feb 5-11 1982.