Gibson, Lorena. 2016. Bastis as “forgotten places” in Howrah, West Bengal. In S. Bandyopadhyay and S. Venkateswar (eds.), Globalisation and the challenges of development in contemporary India. Springer: Singapore. Pages 187-207.
Gibson, Lorena. 2014. Guest Editorial: Anthropology and Imagination. SITES: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, New Series, 11 (1): 3-14.
Gibson, Lorena. 2012. From Crisis to Epiphany: what firing a research assistant helped me appreciate about agency and Muslim women in Howrah, West Bengal, India. SITES: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, New Series, 9 (2): 114-141.
Ramaswamy, V., Gibson, Lorena, and Venkateswar, Sita. 2010. Field Report: The Right to Education and the Pedagogy for Hope. Critical Asian Studies, 42 (2): 289-310.
Gibson, Lorena. 2009. Institutional Ethics Requirements and Anthropological Research Techniques, or, why I want to join a university ethics committee (Reflection). Ex Plus Ultra: The Postgraduate EJournal of the WUN International Network in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, 1: 81-86.
Gibson, Lorena. 2014. Teaching Mr Pip (film review). Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 55 (3): 402-404.
Gibson, Lorena. 2014. The Interview: An Ethnographic Approach. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 15 (5): 490-493.
Gibson, Lorena. 2007. Landscapes in Music: Space, Place, and Time in the World’s Great Music. New Zealand Geographer, 63 (1): 75-76.
Gibson, Lorena. 2011. Hope, agency, and the ‘side effects’ of development in India and Papua New Guinea. Doctoral dissertation in Social Anthropology, Massey University: Palmerston North, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Gibson, Lorena. 2003. Versioning for the love of it: Hip-Hop Culture in Aotearoa. Master of Arts thesis in Social Anthropology, Massey University: Palmerston North, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Gibson, Lorena and Barcham, Manuhuia, with Beatty, Bronwyn and Farrelly, Trisia. 2010. Valuing Culture in Oceania: Methodology and indicators for valuing culture, including traditional knowledge, in Oceania. Noumea, New Caledonia: Human Development Programme of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.