Mustafa, A., Kennedy, C., Lopez, B., & McPhearson, T. (2023). Perceived and geographic access to urban green spaces in New York City during COVID-19. Cities, 143, 104572. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2023.104572

Kennedy, C., Irons, E., and Watts, P. (2023). Ecological art in cities: Exploring the potential for art to promote and advance nature-based solutions. In McPhearson, T., Kabisch, N. and Franteskaski (Eds.), Nature-based solutions for cities. Edward Elgar Publishing . https://www.elgaronline.com/edcollchap-oa/book/9781800376762/book-part-9781800376762-26.xml

Kennedy, C. (2023) Plant-human Relations: How Can Art Foster Positive Perceptions of Weeds in Cities? The Nature of Cities. https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2023/11/28/plant-human-relations-how-can-art-foster-positive-perceptions-of-weeds-in-cities/

Pineda-Pinto, M., Kennedy, C., Collier, M., Cooper, C., O’Donnell, M., Nulty, F., & Castaneda, N. R. (2023). Finding justice in wild, novel ecosystems: A review through a multispecies lens. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 127902. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2023.127902

Kennedy, C. (2023). No War on Plants. In Watts, T. Abeles, K., & Hunter, W. (Eds.), Earthkeepers Handbook: Heal the Man, Heal the Land. ecoartspace. https://issuu.com/ecoartspace/docs/earthkeepershandbook2023

Sauter, D., McPhearson, T., & Kennedy, C. (2022, October 10). Ocellus XR: Visualizing Climate Risk, Vulnerability, and Equity in NYC. Public Seminar. https://publicseminar.org/2022/10/ocellus-xr-visualizing-climate-risk/

Kennedy, C. (2022). Artists and scientists that co-create regenerative projects in cities? The Nature of Cities. https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2022/09/22/artists-and-scientists-that-co-create-regenerative-projects-in-citiesyes-please-but-how/

Kennedy, C., Schneider, I. E.,Maurer, M., Campbell, L. K., Johnson, M., Wynveen, C. J., Sachdeva, S., Christiana, R. W.,  Svendsen, E., Cook, E. M., Tangtrakul, K., Woerdeman, S., & Montalto, F. (2022). Revealing greenspace as critical social infrastructure during COVID-19. In K. Habib and P. Messinger (Eds.), Reimagining Public Spaces and Built  Environments in the Post-Pandemic World. Ethics International Press. ISBN 978-1-80441-052-3

Kennedy, C. (2022). Ruderal resilience: Applying a ruderal lens to advance multispecies urbanism and social-ecological systems theory. Frontiers in Built Environment, https://doi.org/10.3389/fbuil.2022.769357

McPhearson, T., E. Cook, M. Berbés-Blázquez, C. Cheng, N.B. Grimm, E. Andersson, O. Barbosa, D.G. Chandler, H. Chang, M. Chester, D. Childers, S. Elser, N. Frantzeskaki, Z. Grabowski, P. Groffman R.L. Hale, D.M. Iwaniec, N. Kabisch, C. Kennedy, S.A. Markolf, A.M. Matsler, L.E. McPhillips, T.R. Miller, T.A. Muñoz-Erickson, E. Rosi, T.G. Troxler. (2022). A social-ecological-technological systems approach to urban ecosystem services.  One Earth, 5, 5, 505-518. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2022.04.007

Lopez, B., Kennedy, C., Field, C., & Mcphearson, T. (2021). Who benefits from urban green spaces during times of crisis? Perception and use of urban green spaces in New York City during the COVID-19 pandemic. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 127354. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2021.127354

Kronenberg, J., E. Andersson, D. N. Barton, S. T. Borgström, J. Langemeyer, T. Björklund, D. Haase, C. Kennedy, K. Koprowska, E. Łaszkiewicz, T. McPhearson, E. E. Stange, and M. Wolff. (2021). The thorny path toward greening: unintended consequences, trade-offs, and constraints in green and blue infrastructure planning, implementation, and management. Ecology and Society, Vol. 26, Issue 2.

McPhearson, T., Grabowski, Z., Herreros-Cantis, P., Mustafa, A., Ortiz, L., Kennedy, C., Tomateo, C., Lopez, B., Olivotto, V., & Vantu, A. (2021). Pandemic Injustice: Spatial and Social Distributions of COVID-19 in the US Epicenter. Journal of Extreme Events, 2150007.

Kennedy, C., McPhearson, T., & Lopez, B. 2020 Parks are Critical Urban Infrastructure: The Use of Urban Green Space in New York City During COVID-19, The Nature of Cities.

Kennedy, C. 2021. Pandemic ecologies during the great Anthropause, Resilience Quarterly, Vol. 2,.

Enabling Access to Greenspace During the Covid-19 Pandemic—Perspectives from Five Cities, The Nature of Cities, 2020

Kennedy, C. 2020. The Pedagogical Afterthought: Situating Socially Engaged Art as Critical Public Pedagogy, The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies, 2020

Kennedy, C. 2020 Multispecies Care in a Time of Pandemic Crisis, EcoArtSpace

Kennedy, C. 2018. The Emergent Plantocene, 2018

Kennedy, C. 2017 “Maintenance as Care at the EPA” Push/Pull Magazine, Issue #5, Culture Push. New York, NY, 2017.

Kennedy, C. 2016. Places Already Made: Reflections on Elsewhere’s South Elm Projects, Journal of Art for Life, Vol. 8.

Kennedy, C. 2016. Let it decay: Cultural precarity in the Anthropocene, Miami Rail.

Kennedy, C. 2016. Mycological provisions, Journal for Artistic Research, Issue 10.

Kennedy, C. & Irons, E. An Atlas of Endangered Surfaces: A Conversation Between Ellie Irons and Christopher Kennedy. Temporary Art Review, January 2016.

Kennedy, C. Learning Elsewhere: Digital storytelling and collaborative media production. American for the Arts Blog, 2014.

Kennedy, C. An Institution of Permanent Creation. Temporary Art Review, 2014.

Kennedy, C. Artist Run Spaces of the Future. Artlink Magazine, 2012.

Kennedy, C. Mapping Collaborative Cultural Production and Social Art Practices, Parsons Journal for Information Mapping, 2012.


Making Science Actionable, Urban Omnibus, Apr 29, 2020

Best of 2019: Our Top 10 Brooklyn Art Shows. (December 2019) by Hyperallergic.

Coping with Climate Change. (May 2019) by Louis Bury.

Episode 1. Data Remediations Podcast. Interviewed by Patricia Kim and Bethany Wiggin.

“Other Voices, Other Worlds.” Art in America. (December 2018) by Stephen Zacks.

“Trump’s EPA Is a Disaster, So These Artists Made Their Own”, Claire Voon, Vice Magazine, June 11, 2018.

A Solid Artistic Argument That We Should Replace EPA Leaders With Actual Weeds”, Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper, May 24, 2018.

“All weeds are welcome here”, Suzanna Knight, Let it Grow, November 2017.

The “Endangered” Surfaces of Hunters Point South by Ben Pardee, Urban Omnibus, Oct 06, 2015