Most of the links below will lead you to a full-text publication in open access.

For texts of papers and chapters that are not in open access you are always welcome to contact me for a copy: a.nikolaeva[at]uva.nl

van Waes, A., Nikolaeva, A., & Raven, R. Challenges and dilemmas in strategic urban experimentation An analysis of four cycling innovation living labs. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 172, 121004. Read here

Brömmelstroet, M. T., Nikolaeva, A., Cadima, C., Verlinghieri, E., Ferreira, A., Mladenović, M., Milakis, D., Silva, J. de A. e, & Papa, E. (2021). Have a Good Trip! Expanding Our Concepts of the Quality of Everyday Travelling with Flow Theory. Applied Mobilities, 0(0), 1–22. Read here

te Brömmelstroet, M., Nikolaeva, A., Nello-Deakin, S., van Waes, A., Farla, J., Popkema, M., van Wesemael, P., Liu, G., Raven, R., de Vor, F., & Bruno, M. (2020). Researching cycling innovations: The contested nature of understanding and shaping smart cycling futures. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 8, 100247. Read here

Nikolaeva, A., te Brömmelstroet, M., Raven R. (2021) Smart cycling: meaning, experience and governance. In Zuev, D., Psarikidou K., & C. Popan (Eds.) Cycling Societies: Emerging Innovations, Inequalities and Governance (pp. 38-57). Routledge.

Bruno, M., & Nikolaeva, A. (2020). Towards a maintenance-based approach to mode shift: Comparing two cases of Dutch cycling policy using social practice theory. Journal of Transport Geography, 86, 102772. Read here

Rubin, O., Nikolaeva, A., Nello-Deakin, S., and te Brömmelstroet, M., (2020). “What can we learn from the COVID-19 pandemic about how people experience working from home and commuting?”, Centre for Urban Studies, University of Amsterdam. Available at: https://urbanstudies.uva.nl/content/blog-series/covid-19-pandemic-working-from-home-and-commuting.html

Nello-Deakin, S., & Nikolaeva, A. (2020). The human infrastructure of a cycling city: Amsterdam through the eyes of international newcomers. Urban Geography0(0), 1–23. Read here

Nikolaeva, A., & Nello-Deakin, S. (2020). Exploring velotopian urban imaginaries: Where Le Corbusier meets Constant? Mobilities, 15(3), 309–324. Read here

Nikolaeva, A., te Brömmelstroet, M., Raven, R., & Ranson, J. (2019). Smart cycling futures: Charting a new terrain and moving towards a research agenda. Journal of Transport Geography, 79, 102486. Read here

Nikolaeva, A., Adey, P., Cresswell, T., Lee, J. Y., Nóvoa, A., & Temenos, C. (2019). Commoning mobility: Towards a new politics of mobility transitions. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 44(2), 346–360. https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12287

Nikolaeva, A. (2018). Rebordering Europe from the Margins Since the 1970s: A History of a Layered Arrival Infrastructure for the Mobile Poor in Amsterdam. Meeus, B., Arnaut K. & B. van Heur (Eds.) In Arrival Infrastructures: Migration and Urban Social Mobilities. Palgrave Macmillan. See here or ask a copy by e-mail

Nikolaeva A., Adey, P., Cresswell, T., Lee J., Novoa, A. and C. Temenos (2018). A new politics of mobility: Commoning movement, meaning and practice in Amsterdam and Santiago. Centre for Urban Studies Working Paper Serieshttp://urbanstudies.uva.nl/content/working-paper-series/working-paper-series-no.26.html

te Brommelstroet, M. C. G., Nikolaeva, A., Chan, C., Glaser, M. A., & Nicolaisen, M. (2017). Traveling together alone and alone together: Mobility and potential exposure to diversity. Applied Mobilities 2(1), 113-129. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23800127.2017.1283122

Temenos, C., Nikolaeva, A., Schwanen, T., Cresswell, T., Sengers, F., Watson, M., & Sheller, M. (2017).  Theorizing Mobility Transitions: An Interdisciplinary ConversationTransfers, 7(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.3167/TRANS.2017.070109

Nikolaeva, A. (2017) “Spoiled”, “Bored”, “Irritated” and “Nervous”: The Transformations of a Mobile Subject in Airport Design Discourse. In Spinney, J., Reimer S. & P. Pinch (eds.), Mobilising Design (pp. 24-34). Routledge.

Bosma, K. & A. Nikolaeva (2013). ‘The Airport: Prototype of the Global City?’ in K. Bosma (ed.), Megastructure Schiphol: Design in Spectacular Simplicity (pp. 198-217). Rotterdam: nai010 publishers. Full text

Bosma, K. & A. Nikolaeva (2013). ‘Farewell to Spectacular Simplicity?, in K. Bosma (ed.), Megastructure Schiphol: Design in Spectacular Simplicity (pp. 298-306). Rotterdam: nai010 publishers.

Nikolaeva, A. (2012) Designing Public Space for Mobility: Contestation, Negotiation and Experiment at Amsterdam Airport SchipholTijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie/Journal of Economic & Social Geography, 103(5), pp. 542-554. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9663.2012.00740.x