Williamson, Thad. "Beyond Sprawl and Anti-Sprawl." In Critical Urban Studies: New Directions, edited by Jonathan S. Davies and David L. Imbroscio, 165-81. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2010. 

Hopkins, Daniel J, and Williamson, Thad.  "Inactive by Design? Neighborhood Design and Political Participation." Political Behavior 34 (2012): 79-101.

Williamson, Thad. "Sprawl, Spatial Location and Politics: How Ideological Identification Tracks the Built Environment." American Politics Research 36 (2008): 903-933.

Williamson, Thad. "From Concentrated Poverty to Community Wealth Building: A Report from the Field on Richmond’s Comprehensive Poverty Reduction and Wealth Building Initiative." Carolina Planning Journal 40 (2015), pp. 14-18.

Urban Affairs Review 43 (2008):  584-591
Review essay of  Sprawl: A Compact History, by Robert Bruegmann, Don’t Call it Sprawl: Metropolitan Structure in the Twenty-First Century, by William T. Bogart. and Zoned Out: Regulations, Markets, and Choices in Transportation and Metropolitan Land Use, by Jonathan Levine. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2006.

Suburban Injustice: https://www.styleweekly.com/richmond/suburban-injustice/Content?oid=1362215

Review essay on Tommie Shelby’s Dark Ghettos : https://bostonreview.net/class-inequality-race/thad-williamson-almost-inevitable-failure-justice

"The Challenge of Urban Sprawl," in Nancy Kleiniewski, ed, "Cities and Society." Blackwell, 2005.

Review of Edward Soja's Seeking Spatial Justice. City and Community 12 (2013). 

Thad Williamson. "Privatization, Marketization, and Neoliberalism—The Political Dynamics of Post-Katrina New Orleans: A Discussion of Cedric Johnson's The Neoliberal Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, Late Capitalism, and the Remaking of New Orleans". Perspective on Politics 10 (2012): 720-723.  

David L. Imbroscio, Thad Williamson, and Gar Alperovitz. " Local Policy Responses to Globalization: Place‐Based Ownership Models of Economic Enterprise." Policy Studies Journal 31 (2003): 31-52.

"Reframing public housing in Richmond, Virginia: Segregation, resident resistance and the future of redevelopment" Cities 57 (2016): 33-39.