Lesutis, G. 2023. Scenes of subjection: Extractive frontiers, symbolic violence, dispossession. Geoforum, early view.
Lesutis, G. 2023. Improvised Hybridity in the “Fixing” of Chinese Infrastructure Capital: The Case of Kenya's Standard Gauge Railway. Antipode, early view (co-authored with Z. Huang).
Lesutis, G. 2022. Disquieting ambivalence of mega-infrastructures: Kenya’s Standard Gauge Railway as spectacle and ruination. EPD: Society and Space, 0 (0).
Kimari, W. and Lesutis, G., 2022, Infrastructure as Symbolic Geopolitical Architecture: Kenya’s Megaprojects and Contested Meanings of Development. The Rise of the Infrastructure State, ed. by S. Schindler and J. DiCarlo. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 58-70.
Lesutis, G. 2022. Politics of disavowal: megaprojects, infrastructural biopolitcs, disavowed subjects. The Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 0 (0).
Lesutis, G. 2022. Infrastructure as techno-politics of differentiation: Socio-political effects of mega-infrastructures in Kenya". Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 47 (2): 302-314.
Lesutis, G. 2022. The Politics of Precarity: Spaces of Extractivism, Violence, and Suffering. London and New York: Routledge.
Lesutis, G. 2021. Infrastructural territorialisations: Mega-infrastructures and the (re)making of Kenya'. Political Geography, early view.
Lesutis, G. 2021. Planetary urbanization and the "right against the urbicidal city. Urban Geography 42:8,1195-1213.
Lesutis, G. 2020. How to understand a development corridor? The case of Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia-Transport Corridor in Kenya. Area 52(3): 600-608.
Lesutis, G. 2019. Spaces of extraction and suffering: neoliberal enclave and dispossession in Tete, Mozambique. Geoforum 102: 116-125.
Lesutis, G. 2019. The non-politics of abandonment: resource extractivism, precarity and coping in Tete, Mozambique", Political Geography 72: 43-51.