Books and Chapters
Davis, S. & Bowring, J. (2011). The Right to Remember: The Memorials to Genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda. In S. Egoz, J. Makhzoumi & G. Pungetti (Eds), The Right to Landscape: Contesting landscape and Human Rights. Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company
Bowring, J. & Swaffield, S.R. (2010). Diagrams in Landscape Architecture. In Mark Garcia (ed) Diagrams in Architecture. John Wiley & Sons pp142-151
Bowring, Jacky (2010) Eternal Sunshine: The search for spotless landscapes. In Janet Stephenson, Mick Abbott, Jacinta Ruru (eds) Beyond the Scene: Landscape and Identity in Aotearoa New Zealand. Dunedin: Otago University Press. ISBN 978 1 877372 81 0
Bowring, Jacky (2008). A Field Guide to Melancholy. Oldcastle Books, UK. ISBN-10: 1842432923
Bowring, Jacky (2007). To Make the Stone[s] Stony: Defamiliarisation and Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones. In Michel Conan (ed) Existence and Experience in Contemporary Gardens. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks / Harvard University Press. ISBN-10: 0884023257
Bowring, Jacky (2011). Containing marginal memories: The melancholy landscapes of Hart Island (New York), Cockato Island (Sydney) and Ripapa Island (Christchurch). Memory Connection 1(1): 252-269
Bowring, Jacky (2011). Melancholy landscapesof modernite: London and Passic. Landscape Journal, 30: 214-225
Davis, S. & Bowring, J. (2011). Connecting with Tragedy Through Landscapes of Memory: Memorial Design, tourism and the Post-Genocide Memoryscapes of Cambodia, Rwanda and Germany. Memory Connection, 1(1), 376-391
McCarthy, K., Bowring, J. & Storey, B. (2011). A working man in wonderland: Ernest Joyce, photographs and Antartic exploration. The Polar Journal 1(2): December: 155-175
Bowring, Jacky; Egoz, Shelley; and Igantieva, Maria. (2009). ‘As good as the West’: two paradoxes of globalisation and landscape architecture in St. Petersburg. JoLA: Journal of Landscape Architecture, Spring 2009: 6-15.
Bowring, Jacky (2009), ‘Et in Arcadia Ego: Four Meditations on Melancholy’, Landfall 218
Bowring, Jacky (2008). A Genealogy of Angels. Landfall (215).
Bowring, Jacky (2007). Sensory Deprivation: Globalisation and the Phenomenology of Landscape Architecture. Proceedings of GaLA: Globalisation and Landscape Architecture, June 3-7 2007, St Petersburg, Russia.
Bowring, Jacky (2006). The Smell of Memory: Sensorial Mnemonics. Landscape Australia: IFLA Conference Papers, May 2006, 156-170.
Bowring, Jacky (2005): Revealing Concealment: The Strange Case of the MoMA Roof Garden. Thresholds (MIT), 30:18-24.
Bowring, Jacky (2004). The Liminal, the Subliminal and the Sublime: Crossing between Landscape and Architecture. LIMITS: Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand. RMIT, Melbourne, Australia: 48-52.
2011: Supreme winner (with Team NZ Wood), 48 Hour Design Challenge (Competition for re-design of post-quake Christchurch)
2007: First Prize, Urban Gaze urban design competition Outstanding in the Field, for The Park of the Lost Object, Auckland Architecture Association/Panasonic. Judges, Michael Davis, Andrew Barrie and Sue Evans
2007: Winner, Holy Trinity Cathedral Memorial Garden Competition, Auckland.
Bowring, Jacky (2004): Cavalier Bremworth Award for Thermal Baths Theatre, Auckland Architecture Association.
Bowring, Jacky (2004): Honorable Mention for Maison Metaphysique, in the annual Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition, Japan Architect. Judge: Steven Holl, New York. Published in Japan Architect 56, Winter 2005.
Finalist in the Pentagon Memorial Design Competition (with Room 4.1.3 and Peter England