Hovorka, Alice, Sandra McCubbin and Lauren Van Patter, eds. 2021. A Research Agenda for Animal Geographies. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Petitt, Andrea and Alice Hovorka. 2020. Women and Cattle ‘Becoming-With’ in Botswana. Humanimalia. 12(1).

Hovorka, Alice J. 2020. Animal Geographies. In: Kobayashi, Audrey, Editor. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd edition. vol. 1. Elsevier. 127–132.

D’Souza, Renée, Alice Hovorka and Lee Niel. 2019. ‘Conservation canines: exploring dog roles, circumstances & welfare status. In C Blattner, K Coulter, and W Kymlicka, eds. Animal Labour. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press.

McCubbin, Sandra and Alice Hovorka. 2019. Visioning African Lionscapes: Securing space, mobilizing capital, and producing subjects. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. 1-21

Hovorka, Alice. 2019. Teaching the animal in higher education: interdisciplinary experiential learning. Society and Animals. 1-18.

Must, Erin, and Alice Hovorka. 2019. Co-opting cattle spaces: women, cattle and empowerment in northwestern Botswana. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Society. 1-22.

Stoddard, Elizabeth and Alice Hovorka. 2019. Animals, vulnerability and global environmental change: the case of industrial livestock production systems in North Carolina. Geoforum. 100: 153-165

Fraser-Celin, Valli and Alice Hovorka. 2019. Compassionate Conservation: Exploring the Lives of African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) in Botswana. Animals. 9(1): 1-16.

Van Patter, Lauren, Tyler Flockhart, Jason Coe, Olaf Berke, Rodrigo Goller, Alice Hovorka and Shane Bateman. 2019. Perceptions of community cats and preferences for their management in Guelph, Ontario I: A quantitative analysis. Canadian Veterinary Journal 60(1):41-47

Van Patter, Lauren, Tyler Flockhart, Jason Coe, Olaf Berke, Rodrigo Goller, Alice Hovorka and Shane Bateman. 2019. Perceptions of community cats and preferences for their management in Guelph, Ontario II: A qualitative analysis. Canadian Veterinary Journal 60(1):48-54.

Hovorka, Alice. 2018. Animal geographies III: species relations of power. Progress in Human Geography. 43(4):749-757.

Fraser-Celin, Valli, Alice J. Hovorka and Jennifer J. Silver. 2018. Human conflict over wildlife: exploring social constructions of African Wild Dogs (Lycaon Pictus) in Botswana. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23(4):341-358.

Shillington, L. and A. Hovorka. 2017. Chapter 21: Plants, Animals, and Urban Life, in Linda Peake and Alison Bain (Eds.) Urbanization In A Global Context: A Canadian Perspective. Oxford University Press, Canada.

Must, Erin, and Alice J. Hovorka. 2017. ‘What’s in a name’: Implications of women’s cattle ownership for transformative gender mainstreaming in Botswana. Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security 2(3): 84-105.

Mayberry, Allison, Alice Hovorka, and Kate Evans. 2017. Well-Being Impacts of Human-Elephant Conflict in Khumaga, Botswana: Exploring Visible and Hidden Dimensions. Conservation and Society 15(3):280-291.

Hovorka, Alice and Lauren Van Patter. 2017. The lives of domestic dogs in Botswana. Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies 31(1):53-64.

Fraser-Celin, Valli, Alice J. Hovorka, Mark D. Hovorka and Glyn Maude. 2017. Farmer -African Wild Dog Relations in the Kalahari. Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science. 59(2):1-10.

Van Patter, Lauren and Alice J. Hovorka. 2017. ‘Of place’ or ‘of people’: Exploring the spatial dimensions of human-feral cat relations in southern Ontario. Social and Cultural Geography. 19(2):1-22.

Hovorka, Alice. 2017. Animal geographies II: hybridizing. Progress in Human Geography. 42(3):453-462.

Hovorka, Alice. 2016. Animal geographies I: globalizing and decolonizing. Progress in Human Geography. 41(3):382-394.

Hovorka, Alice J. 2015. Transspecies urban theory: chickens in an African city (Chapter 5). In Encountering the City, Jonathan Darling and Helen F. Wilson, eds. Aldershot UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 63-78.

Hovorka, Alice J. 2015. Gender and livestock in developing nations. In Anne Coles, Leslie Gray and Janet Momsen, eds. A Handbook of Gender and Development. New York & London: Routledge. 138-148.

Geiger, Martha and Alice J. Hovorka. 2015. Donkeys in Development: Welfare Assessments and Knowledge Mobilization. Development in Practice 25(8): 1091-1104.

Geiger, Martha and Alice J. Hovorka. 2015. Animal performativity: exploring donkey lives in Botswana. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 33(5):1098-1117.

Geiger, Martha and Alice J. Hovorka. 2015. Using physical and emotional parameters to assess donkey welfare in Botswana. Veterinary Record Open 2(1):1-7.

Hovorka, Alice J. 2015. The Gender, Place and Culture Jan Monk Distinguished Annual Lecture: Feminism and animals: exploring interspecies relations through intersectionality, performativity and standpoint. Gender, Place & Culture 22(1): 1-19.

Hovorka, Alice J. 2012. Women/chickens v. men/cattle: insights on gender-species intersectionality. Geoforum 43(4): 875-884.

Bolla, Andrea and Alice J. Hovorka. 2012. Placing wild animals in Botswana: engaging geography’s transspecies spatial theory. Humanimalia 3(2):56-82

Hovorka, Alice J. 2008. Transspecies urban theory: chickens in an African city. Cultural Geographies 15(1):95-117.

Hovorka, Alice J. 2006. The No.1 Ladies’ Poultry Farm: A Feminist Political Ecology of Urban Agriculture in Botswana.  Gender, Place and Culture 13(3): 207-225.

Hovorka, Alice J. 2005. The (re)production of gendered positionality in Botswana's commercial urban agriculture sector. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 95(2):294-313.