Peer-reviewed journal articles:

Coleman, J. and Hope, S. (2022). Artist-researchers on the Margins: Communities of Practice Beyond the PhD. The International Journal of Creative Media Research. Issue 9.

Hope, S. and Richards, J. (2021). Stories from the Global Staffroom: Experiences of Caring and Uncaring Architectures at work with Effy Harle and Jos Boys. Architecture and Culture. Volume 9/Issue 2.

Hope, S. (2020). Unfinished business: Performative Interviews as a method for expressing failure in the socially engaged art job in Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, 7 (2).

Hope, S. (2016). Bursting paradigms: a colour wheel of practice-research in Cultural Trends Vol. 25, Iss. 2.

Figiel, J. and Hope, S. (2015). Interning and Investing: Rethinking Unpaid Work, Social Capital and the “Human Capital Regime” In Triple C Vol. 13, No. 2. 2015.

Hope, S. and Richards, J. (2014). Loving work: Drawing attention to pleasure and pain in the body of the cultural worker. European Journal of Cultural Studies (Sage). 2014.

Book chapters:

Hope, S. (2022). Affective experiments: card games, blind dates and dinner parties in Affective Experimentation Anthology, edited by Britta Timm Knudsen, Mads Krogh and Carsten Stage. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hope, S. (2022). We thought we were going to change the world! Socially engaged art as cruel optimism in The Failures of Public Art and Participation edited by Cameron Cartiere and Anthony Schrag. Taylor & Francis.

Hope, S. (2017). From Community Arts to the Socially Engaged Arts Commission. In Culture, Democracy and the Right to Make Art: the British Community Arts Movement 1968-1986. Edited by Dr. Alison Jeffers and Gerri Moriarty. Bloomsbury.

Hope, S. (2015). Cultural Measurement on Whose Terms? Critical Friends as an Experiment in Participant-led Evaluation Chapter in Making Culture Count. The Politics of Cultural Measurement Edited by MacDowall, L., Badham, M., Blomkamp, E., Dunphy, K. (Eds.). Palgrave.

Other articles, reviews etc.:

Hope, S. (2022). Book Review: Lure of the Social: Encounters with Contemporary Artists. Cultural Sociology16(4), 566-568.

Valtýsson, Bjarki and Hope, Sophie. “Digital Cultural Politics: From Policy to practice. Cham/CH (Palgrave Macmillan) 2020, 226 Seiten.” Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy / Zeitschrift für Kulturmanagement und Kulturpolitik, vol. 7, no. 1, 2021, pp. 187-191.

Disobedient Objects, Victoria and Albert Museum, 26 July 2014 – 1 February 2015. Reviewed by Sophie Hope, Birkbeck, University of London and Yun Gao, Zhengzhou University, China. Art and the Public Sphere. Volume 5, Number 1, 1 July 2016, pp. 86-106(21).

Bringing Preston to the World in Subplots to a City. Ten Years of In Certain Places. Edited by Gerrie van Noord, 2015.

Contributor to Timeline in The Everyday Practice of Public Art edited by Cameron Cartiere and Martin Zebracki. Published by Taylor and Francis, 2015.

Access to the Mountain: Navigating the complexities of participation, ICA bog, 2013

Intern Culture with Joanna Figiel, literature review for Artquest, 2012

Participating in the Wrong Way? Four experiments by Sophie Hope, published by Cultural Democracy Editions, 2012

Embarrassing Positions: Being Inside-Outside the Olympic ParkThe Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State, salon essay for the website, 2011.

Paul Robeson never dies, said she!, commisioned by Site Gallery for Sonya Dyer’s Platform residency, ‘Paul Robeson Research Station’, 2011

The Art of Influencing Change conference blog, 2010

‘Who Speaks? Who Listens?’ in Searching for Art’s New Publics edited by Jeni Welwin, 2010

‘Running Wild’ in Running Associations by Amy Feneck, 2010

Future Perfect conference blog, 2009

‘A Post Capitalist Tale’ in PEST Publications, Castlefield Gallery Publications, 2009

‘Socially engaged art: the conscience of urban development’ in Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self edited by Christian Nold, 2009

‘Exploring Critiical and Political Art in the United Kingdom and Serbia’ with Marko Stamenkovic  in Art Theory and Post-Socialism, Plymouth University, 2008

Socially Engaged Art Resource in Lucy Orta’s Pattern Book, Black Dog, 2007

‘Pictures of Lilly’ in Artists’ Studio edited by Capucine Perrot, Culture Shock,  2007

‘Meet the Home-Makers’ in Home-Maker by Jeanie Finlay, 2006

B+B published work:

Tenantspin’ in The Art of Negotiation edited by David Butler & Viv Reiss, Arts Council of England and Cornerhouse, 2007

‘Taking Play Seriously’ in Taking the matter into Common Hands, IASPIS, 2007

‘Tracing Change: Socially engaged art practice in the context of regeneration in the UK’ in Zivot Umjetnosti , 2006

‘Your Dream Job?’ in Vector: Art and Culture in Context, 2005

‘Then and Now: The Politics of Participation in Urban Change’, Art and Architecture Journal, Winter 2005/06

Comment, Art and Architecture Journal, Autumn 2005

‘Tracing Change’, engage 15, Summer 2005

B+B Meeting Points, Variant, Summer 2005

Art of Negotiation, Green Places, Spring 2005

Collaboration, Kunstverein Munich Newsletter, Autumn 2004

B+B at Home, Occasions 8, Austrian Cultural Forum London, 2004

Home and Away, [a-n] magazine, June 2003

Subversive Social Work, engage 11, Spring 2002