Articles and chapters
Stoner AM (Forthcoming) Things are Getting Worse on Our Way to Catastrophe: Neoliberal Environmentalism, Repressive Desublimation, and the Autonomous Ecoconsumer. Critical Sociology.
Stoner AM (2020) Critical reflections on America’s Green New Deal: Capital, labor, and the dynamics of contemporary social change. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism. https://doi.org/10.1080/10455752.2020.1775860
Stoner AM and Melathopoulos AP (2018) Stuck in the Anthropocene: The problem of history, theory and practice in Jason W. Moore and John Bellamy Foster's eco-Marxism. In: Jan Jagodzinski (ed) Interrogating the Anthropocene: The Future in Question. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-132.
Bradford JH and Stoner AM (2017) The Treadmill of Destruction in Comparative Perspective: A Panel Study of Military Spending and Carbon Emissions, 1961-2014. Journal of World-System Research 22(3): 298-325.
Stoner AM and Melathopoulos AP (2016) If climate “changes everything”, why does so much remain the same? The dynamic of capitalism and discontents around climate change. Logos: A Journal of Modern Society and Culture vol. 14 no. 4.
Melathopoulos AP and Stoner AM (2015) Critique and Transformation: On the Hypothetical Nature of Ecosystem Service Value and its Neo-Marxist, Liberal and Pragmatist Criticisms. Ecological Economics (117): 173-181.
Bradford JH and Stoner AM (2014) The Treadmill of Production and Destruction in Comparative Perspective: A Panel Study of the Biological Capacity of Nations, 1988-2007. Contemporary Journal of Anthropology and Sociology 4(2): 87-113.
Stoner AM (2018) Review of Blau, Judith The Paris Agreement: Climate Change, Solidarity, and Human Rights. Social Forces 97(1): 7.