- Verma, A., R. van der Wal, and A. Fischer. 2017. New technological interventions in conservation conflicts: Countering emotions and contested knowledge. Human Ecology 45:5, 683–695. doi: 10.1007/s10745-017-9936-z
- Verma, A., R. van der Wal, and A. Fischer. 2016. Imagining wildlife: New technologies and animal censuses, maps and museums. Geoforum 75, 75-86. doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.07.002
- Verma, A., R. van der Wal, and A. Fischer. 2015. Microscope and spectacle: On the complexities of using new visual technologies to communicate about wildlife conservation. Ambio 44:4, 648-660. doi:10.1007/s13280-015-0715-z
- Verma, A. 2011. Black magic women: On the purported use of sorcery by female foreign domestic workers in Singapore. In: Negotiating Identities: Constructed Selves and Others, edited by Bonavita, H. V. Amsterdam. New York: Rodopi Press.
- Verma, A. 2016. The role of digital technologies in human-nature relationships. PhD Thesis. School of Biological Sciences, Aberdeen University, and the James Hutton Institute.
- Verma, A. 2011. Multiple forms of violence in maid-employer relations in Singapore. Masters Thesis. Dept. of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore.
- Experiencing time in the digital anthropocene. British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2021: Remaking the Future. Online event. 13-15 April 2021
- invited speaker/panellist on Intersectionality and academic freedom, for a panel on Academic freedom and the right to learn in the university online (online panel), 17 February 2021
- panel contribution on climate colonialism (transcript link), People and Planet (Newcastle) Go Green Week 2020, 14 February 2020
- invited inaugural Professional Learning Communities lecture on Cross-disciplinary meanings, (un)doings and beings, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen, 16 April 2018 (+ facilitation of workshop on transdisciplinary teaching on 17 April 2018)
- panel on Critiquing the narratives, practices and performance of resilience in HE, The Sociological Review Undisciplining conference, 18 June 2018, Baltic Gateshead
- The darker side of bird watching, Leading Lights talk at Old Low Light, North Shields, 16 September 2017; and RSPB Newcastle Winter meeting, 5 December 2017 (invited public talks)
- New technological interventions in conservation conflicts: Countering emotions and contesting knowledge. Political Ecologies of Conflict, Capitalism and Contestation (PE-3C) International Conference. Wageningen, Netherlands. 7-9 July 2016.
- New technological interventions and knowledge production in the conservation of maerl in Falmouth, Cornwall. XXVI European Society for Rural Sociology congress. Aberdeen, Scotland. 18-21 August 2015.
- Re-imagining wildlife: New visual technologies and the production of animal census, map and museum. 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Leibniz University, Hannover. 9-13 June 2014.
- Microscope and spectacle: On the complexities of using new visual technologies to communicate about wildlife conservation. Digital Conservation Interdisciplinary Conference. University of Aberdeen, UK. 21-23 May 2014
- Could clicking on an animal-shaped icon lead to pro-conservation behaviour? Symposium paper. Symposium on Influencing People with Information, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. 25 April 2012. [paper – http://homepages.abdn.ac.uk/k.vdeemter/pages/sipi-2012/]
- Black magic women: On the purported use of sorcery by female foreign domestic workers in Singapore. Strangers, Aliens and Foreigners (1st Global Conference), Oxford, UK. 22-24 September 2009.
- Unpacking economic necessity: Locating the foreign domestic worker in Singapore. 59th Political Studies Association Conference. Manchester University. 7-9 April 2009.
- Verma, A. 2020. Digital afterlives of nature: Coul Links case study findings. (internal report for research participants)
- Verma, A., James, T. and Faulkner, A. 2020. ‘What a waste of a life being an honest, tax-paying citizen in this country turned out to be’: High Point Villages, Hayes representation on cladding and building safety. High Point Village Residents’ Association and Signal Building Residents’ Association. (report)
- Verma, A. 2020. ‘It’s complex’ – Race-related inequalities and ignorance in UKHE (published 16 September 2020) https://postpandemicuniversity.net/2020/09/16/its-complex-race-related-inequalities-and-ignorance-in-ukhe/
- Verma, A. and Degnen, C. 2018. Creative Fuse North East: Knowledge production, interdisciplinarity and innovation. (end of project work package report)
- interview in SAGE’s Social Science Space (published 24 April 2018): https://www.socialsciencespace.com/2018/04/audrey-verma-a-clean-up-crew-for-the-messes-and-excesses-of-neoliberalism/
- Verma, A. 2012, June 13. Environment and technology: Joining the dialogue. AU Science Magazine, Aberdeen University.
- current: Digital Afterlives of Nature (Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship)
- current: Hot Property (working title for pilot; NU Pioneer Award)
- October 2016 – September 2018: Research Associate on the Creative Fuse North East project, with the Department of Sociology, Newcastle University; working with Creative Fuse Co-PI Dr Cathrine Degnen
- September 2016: Visiting researcher at the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore
- May-July 2016: Researcher on the Citizen Sense project, led by Dr Jennifer Gabrys, Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London
- 2013: Research assistant for National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA) follow-on Work Package Report 6: Shared, plural and cultural values of ecosystems, led by Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability
- 2011: Research assistant to A/P Misha Petrovic, Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore
- 2008-2011: Research assistant at Drum-Cussac Asia
- 2010: Independent research contractor for the Department of Strategy, INSEAD Asia
- 2006-2007: Research assistant to A/P Volker Schmidt, Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore (three projects)
- quoted in Inside the Animal Internet, Engadget/Silica Critters edition (published 21 May 2018)
- Verma, A. 2017. November. “Invasive” and “Re-nationalise, for fuck’s sake”. So Fi: A sociological fiction zine. https://sofizine.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/so-fi-edition-2.pdf
- 19 February 2021, Hope and resistance in the anthropocene, online symposium, co-organised with JC Niala
- 9 January 2019, NU-BAME event and History seminar by Dr Saima Nasar, Newcastle University, co-organised with Dr Sarah Liu and Dr Vanessa Mongey
- 4 May 2018, Between the discourse of ‘resilience’ and death by committee – Reclaiming collective spaces for academic resistance (zine link), symposium and zine-making event, Newcastle University, co-organised with Dr Ewan Mackenzie
- 24 January/9 February 2018, BAME network scoping sessions, Newcastle University, co-organised with NU-BAME’s working committee