Special issue: M. Johnson, ed. (2018) ‘Precariousness, Community and Participation’, Global Discourse, 7:4, 457-601. The issue is available online at:

Brigg, M. and Johnson, M. T. (2012) ‘How Can We Achieve Aboriginal Well-being?’, The Drum. 19th November.

Johnson, M., Brigg, M. and Graham, M. (2016) ‘Pearson and Responsibility: (Mis-)Understanding the Capabilities Approach’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 62:2, 251-267.

Johnson, M. T. and Johnson, E. A (2018c) ‘A universal basic income could free GPs to focus on their real job’, Pulse, 15th October.

Johnson, M. and Johnson, E. (2018b) ‘Universal Basic Income Can Directly Reduce Work-Related Stress’, LabourList, 20th August.

Johnson, M. and Johnson, E. (2018a) ‘Stress, Domination and Basic Income: Considering a Citizens’ Entitlement Response to a Public Health Crisis’, Social Theory & Health.

Johnson, M. (2017) ‘Institutions and nation building: there is such a thing as society’, UK Election Analysis 2017, Political Studies Association: Bournemouth, p. 15.

Johnson, M. (2016c) ‘Austerity and the loss of national identity’, ESRC Society Now, 24, 28.

Johnson, M. (2016b) ‘Northern Nationalism and Genealogies of Disadvantage’, Lancaster University Blogs, 21st January.

Johnson, M. (2016a) ‘“Big Society”, “Good Culture” and Aspiration’, British Academy Review, 27, 34-38.

Johnson, M. (2015f) ‘Reflections on A Cross-Cultural Working Group on ‘Good Culture’ and Precariousness with Victoria Gallagher and Mary Graham’, Lancaster University Blogs, 21st September.

Johnson, M. (2015e) ‘People and the Land: Political implications of the different relationships in Northumberland and Aboriginal Australia with Tony Bennett’, Lancaster University Blogs, 18th September.

Johnson, M. (2015d) ‘Seeking Salvation: Working with “Natives”’, The Conversation, 12th June.

Johnson, M. (2015c) ‘Empire at Sunset: British Identity Crumbles’, Foreign Affairs, 24th March.

Johnson, M. (2015b) ‘Drawing on culture to promote well-being: communities united by their precarious circumstances’, London Economic, 26th March.

Johnson, M. (2015a) ‘Matthew Johnson on the British Election’, Foreign Affairs Unedited.

Johnson, M. T. (2013) Evaluating Culture: Well-being, Institutions and Circumstance, London: Palgrave Macmillan. (ISBN: 9780230296565).


Press coverage

Malavakis, S. (2016) ‘Crisis Due to Brexit and Elections for Britain/Κρίση λόγω Βrexit και στο βάθος εκλογές για τη Βρετανία’, To Vima, 6th November.

Mitropoulou, I. (2016) ‘The Calvary Teresa May/ Ο Γολγοθάς της Τερέζα Μέι’, To Vima, 17th July.

Luke, A. (2015) ‘Different and yet so very, very similar’, Newcastle Journal, 24th June.

Luke, A. (2015) ‘Ashington residents welcome Australian Aborigines as unique cultural exchange continues’, The Evening Chronicle, 22nd June.

Chapman, T. (2015) ‘Project from down under to up north’, News Post Leader, 22nd June.

Keane, D. (2015) ‘Book on values launched at UCC’, Evening Echo, 19th June, p. 24.

Mitropoulou, I. (2015) ‘The bipartisanship collapses, Nationalists march, Britain “creak”/ Ο δικομματισμός καταρρέει, oι εθνικιστές προελαύνουν, η Βρετανία «τρίζει»’, To Vima, 5th May.

Dugan, E. (2015) ‘Residents of forgotten English mining town head Down Under to meet Aborigines – and share the problems of displaced people’, The Independent, 8th March.

Lancaster University (2015) ‘Ashington Meets the Aboriginal World’, Lancaster University News, 25th February.

Luke, A. (2015) ‘Ashington residents to swap cultures with Aboriginal communities in Australia’, The Evening Chronicle, 28th February.

Luke, A. (2015) ‘Culture swap as north team head down under’, Sunday Sun, 1st March.





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