Taylor S(2019). Bioinformation. CULTURAL GEOGRAPHIES vol. 26, (1) 152-153.
Taylor S(2019). The long shadows cast by the field: Violence, trauma, and the ethnographic researcher. Fennia vol. 197, (2) 183-199.
Taylor S(2019). The tyranny of empty shelves: Scarcity and the political manufacture of antiretroviral stock-outs in South Kivu, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
Taylor S(2018). After polio: Imagining, planning, and delivering a world beyond eradication. Health and Place vol. 54, 29-36.
TAYLOR WS(2018). After polio: imagining, planning, and delivering a world beyond eradication. Health and Place vol. 54, 29-36.
Taylor S(2018). To understand and be understood: facilitating interdisciplinary learning through the promotion of communicative competence. Journal of Geography in Higher Education vol. 42, (1) 126-142.
Taylor S(2017). Making space for restoration: epistemological pluralism within mental health interventions in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Area vol. 49, (3) 342-348.
Taylor S(2016). In pursuit of zero: Polio, global health security and the politics of eradication in Peshawar, Pakistan. Geoforum vol. 69, 106-116.
Nally D, Taylor S(2015). The politics of self-help: The Rockefeller Foundation, philanthropy andthe 'long' Green Revolution. Political Geography
Taylor S(2013). Love in the time of AIDS: inequality, gender, and rights in South Africa. Gender, Place & Culture vol. 20, (1) 129-131.
Taylor S(2010). War, Violence and Population: Making the Body Count. European Planning Studies vol. 18, (1) 145-146.
Taylor S(2009). Comparative colonialisms. Journal of Historical Geography vol. 35, (3) 592-593.