(In Preparation) Lappin, S., McCafferty, C., Meireles, M. (2019). Peripatetic sonic practice: sound art in urban space. In Peripatetic Architectures: Collective Movement and Urban Life (Ed.), Dunn,
Nick et al. CITY: Palgrave Pivot

(In Review) Meireles, M. (2020). Multiple Perceptions of the Everyday Unfolded: The Case Study of Sunnyside. Journal of Sonic Studies, (19).

Best, P., Meireles, M., Schroeder, F., Montgomery, L., Maddock, A., Davidson, G., Galway, K., Trainor, D., Campbell, A., & Van Daele, T. (2021). Freely Available Virtual Reality Experiences as Tools to Support Mental Health Therapy: A Systematic Scoping Review and Consensus Based Interdisciplinary Analysis. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41347-021-00214-6

Meireles, M. (2018). Extended Phonography: Experiencing place through sound, a multi-sensorial approach. Organised Sound, 23(1), 101-111. doi:10.1017/S1355771817000322

Meireles, M., & Alvim, D. (2017). Trigger Place – A Game of Sound and Architecture. Journal of Artistic Research, (14). https://doi.org/10.22501/jar.309117 (awarded first prize for research excellence by Society for Artistic Research – best experienced using Chrome)

Meireles, M. (2014). Extended Phonography: the Intertwining of Soundscape and Landscape. In R. Castro, and M. Carvalhais (Ed.), Invisible Places / Sounding Cities. Sound Urbanism and Sense of Place (pp. 652–651). Retrieved from http://invisibleplaces.org/IP2014.pdf


Schroeder, F., Meireles, M. (2019), How we’re designing musical instruments with the help of disabled musicians and VR. In: The Conversation, 15.01.2019. Retrieved from: https://theconversation.com/how-were-designing-musical-instruments-with-the-help-of-disabled-musicians-and-vr-109119