Refereed Journal Articles

Kelly, Meghan. 2023. “The Gallery of Possibilities.” The Professional Geographer, Special Issue on "Feminist Research Methods and Intersectionality" invited by Drs. LaToya Eaves and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi.

Kelly, Meghan, Nick Lally, and Philip Nicholson. 2023. “On Art and Experimentation as Geographical Practice.” GeoHumanities.

Kelly, Meghan and Amber Bosse. 2022. “Pressing Pause, ‘Doing’ Feminist Mapping.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies., Special Issue on "Doing Critical GIS," invited by Drs. Dillon Mahmoudi and Taylor Shelton.

Bley, Kallista, Kela Caldwell, Meghan Kelly, Jenna Loyd, Robert E. Roth, Tanya M. Anderson, Anne Bonds, Jenny Plevin, Darrin Madison, Christofer Spencer, Trevonna Sims, Chris Archuleta, Zach Ellner, Taylor McDowell, Cheslea Nestle, Elsa Noterman, Nick Smith, Stepha Veleditsky, Nick Underwood, Robert Darlington, Yuqi Gao, Anna George, Laura Miller, Tim Prestby, and Jamp Vongkusolkit. 2021. “A Design Challenge for Transforming Justice.” GeoHumanities.

Kelly, Meghan. 2021. "Mapping Bodies, Designing Feminist Icons." GeoHumanities.

Kelly, Meghan. "Mapping Syrian Refugee Border Crossings: A Feminist Approach." 2019. Cartographic Perspectives.

Book Chapters

Kelly, Meghan. Forthcoming. “Feminist Geography and Geospatial Technology.” Routledge Handbook of Geospatial Technologies and Society (invited by Doug Specht and Alexander Kent).

Kelly, Meghan. 2022. "Narrative and Storytelling." Geographic Information Science and Technology, Body of Knowledge. University Consortium of Geographic Information Science. DOI: 10.22224/gistbok/2022.2.12

Other Publications

Kelly, Meghan. (2016) "Collectively Mapping Borders." Cartographic Perspectives.

Rosenfeld, Heather, Meghan Kelly, and Robert Roth. (2016) "Learning Cartography; or, a Gallery of Awesome Maps." Edge Effects.

Kelly, Meghan. (2016) "From Lines to Stories: New Visualizations of Syria's Borders." Edge Effects.

Kelly, Meghan. (2015) "Mapping Syrian Refugee Border Crossings: A critical, feminist perspective." University of Kansas. Thesis.

A Selection of Recorded Presentations

Kelly, Meghan. (2022) "Feminist Mapping: A Gallery of Possibilities." Rua Red Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.

Kelly, Meghan and Amber Bosse. (2019) "Mapping and Positionality: A Call for Reflection and Action." NACIS, Tacoma, Washington.

Kelly, Meghan. (2018) "Feminist Icon Design." NACIS, Norfolk, Virginia.