Gillespie, J., (2016), Natural and Cultural Heritage Protection in Cambodia. In Brickell, K. and Springer, S., (eds), Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia, Routledge. ISBN: 978-1138831186
Gillespie, J., (2017), Engaged Enquiry in Environmental Law: understanding people/place connections through a geographically informed human rights lens. In Brooks, V., and Phillippopoulos-Hihalopoulos, A., (eds), Handbook of Research Methods in Environmental Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, London.
Gillespie, J., (2017), Heritage and Human Rights: Reframing the Conservation Ethic. In Durbach, A. and Lixinski, L., (eds), Heritage, Culture and Human Rights. Challenging Legal Discourses, Bloomsbury, Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781849468084.
Gillespie, J., Wetland conservation, legal layering and bricolage: managing Cambodia’s great lake, Legal Geography Special Issue, Geographical Journal
Gillespie, J. and Perry, N. Feminist Political Ecology and Legal Geography: a case study of the Tonle Sap protected wetlands of Cambodia
Salgo, M. and Gillespie, J., Cracking the Code: A legal geography of New South Wales’ Bushfire Prevention 10/50 Code
Della Bosca, H. and Gillespie, J., Community Participation in the Springvale Extension Development Proposal: a legal geography perspective
Penny, D., Williams, G., Gillespie, J., Khem, R. (2016). Here be dragons: Integrating scientific data and place-based observation for environmental management. Applied Geography, 73, 38-46
Gillespie, J., (2016; accepted 2015), Catch 22: Wetlands Protection and Fishing for Survival, Geographical Research, 54:3, pp.336 – 347.
Gillespie, J., (2016; accepted 2014), A legal geography of property, tenure, exclusion and rights in Cambodia: exposing an incongruous property narrative for non-Western settings, Geographical Research, 54:3, pp. 246 – 266.
Gillespie, J., (2016; accepted 2015), The Great Barrier Reef: an Icon under pressure, Geography Review, 29(3), pp. 36 – 37.
Davey, M and Gillespie, J., (2014), The Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Marine Protected Area: valuing local perspectives in environmental protection, Australian Geographer, 45:2, pp. 131-145.
Gillespie, J., (2013, invited), Heritage Protection and the Human Right to Development: reconciling competing or complimentary narratives?, Sustainability, Special Issue: Constructing Heritage in the Light of Sustainable Development, 5, pp. 3159 – 3171.
Gillespie, J., (2013), World Heritage Site Management: boundary-making at Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(2), pp.286 – 304.
Gillespie, J., (2012), Buffering for Conservation: the spatial regulation of Angkor’s World Heritage landscape, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 18(2), pp. 194 – 208.
Gillespie, J., (2011), Legal Pluralism and World Heritage Management at Angkor, Cambodia, Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, 14(1&2), pp.1 – 20.
Gillespie, J., (2010), Monumental Challenges: Local Perspectives on World Heritage Landscape Regulation at Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia., Unpublished PhD thesis, The University of Sydney.
Gillespie, J., (2009), Protecting World Heritage: Regulating ownership and land use at Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 15(4), pp.338 – 354.
Gillespie, J., (2009), Book Review: Ethnography and Law, edited by E. Darian-Smith, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot, 2007, in The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 20(2)., pp. 260 – 262.
Chem Phalla, Phillip Hirsch, Kim Sean Somatra, So Sovannarith, Suon Vanny, Khiev Daravy, Melissa Neave, Kate Griffiths, Nathan Wales, Jo Gillespie, Ham Kimkong, Lic Vuthy, Nong Keamony, Chea Phallika and Chan Sopheak, (2008), Framing Research on Water Resources Management and Governance in Cambodia: A Literature Review, CDRI Working Paper 37, Cambodian Development Resource Institute, Phnom Penh, 50 pp.
Gillespie, J., (2007), Book Review: Innovative Communities. People-Centred Approaches to Environmental Management in the Asia-Pacific Region, edited by Jerry Velasquez, Makiko Yashiro, Susan Yoshimura and Izumi Ono, United Nations University Press, Tokyo, New York, Paris, 2005, in Asia-Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, 10(3&4), pp. 303 – 307.