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Lia Bryant

Lia Bryant and Barbara Pini, Gender and rurality, Routledge, New York, 2011.

Priscilla Dunk-West

How to be a social worker: a critical guide for students, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2013.

Suzanne Franzway

Julie Mills, Suzanne Franzway, Judith Gill and Rhonda Sharp, Challenging knowledge, sex and power: gender, work and engineering, Routledge, Hampshire, UK, 2013.

Valentine Moghadam, Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow (eds) Making globalization work for women: women workers' social rights and trade union leadership, SUNY Press, New York, 2011.

Suzanne Franzway and Mary Magaret Fonow, Making feminist politics: transnational alliances between women and labor, University of Illinois Press, 2011.

Sexual politics and greedy institutions: union women, commitments and conflicts in public and private, Pluto Press, 2001.

Judith Gill

Julie Mills, Suzanne Franzway, Judith Gill and Rhonda Sharp, Challenging knowledge, sex and power: gender, work and engineering, Routledge, Hampshire, UK, 2013.

Alan Reid, Judith Gill and Alan Sears (eds) Globalisation, the nation-state and the citizen: dilemmas and directions for civics and citizenship education, Routledge, New York, 2010.

Julie Mills, Mary Ayre and Judith Gill, Gender-inclusive engineering education, Routledge, New York, 2010.

Judith Gill and Sue Howard, Knowing our place: children talking about power, identity and citizenship, ACER Press, Melbourne, 2009.

Beyond the great divide: coeducation or single sex? UNSW Press, 2004.

Kay Lawrence

Portfolio Collection: Kay Lawrence, essays by Dian Wood Conroy and Christopher Menz, Telos Art Press, Portfolio Collection No. 9, Winchester.

Alison Mackinnon

Women, love and learning: the double bind, Peter Lang, Bern, Switzerland, 2010.

Simon Robb, Patrick O'Leary, Alison Mackinnon and Peter Bishop, Hope: the everyday and imaginary life of young people on the margins, Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, 2010.

Gerry Bloustien, Barbara Comber and Alison Mackinnon (eds) The Hawke legacy: towards a sustainable society, Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, 2009.

Harvey Graff, Alison Mackinnon, Bengt Sandin and Ian Winchester (eds) Understanding literacy in its historical contexts: socio-cultural history and the legacy of Egil Johansson, Nordic Academic Press, Lund, 2009.

Emily Potter, Alison Mackinnon, Stephen McKenzie and Jennifer McKay (eds) Fresh water: new perspectives on water in Australia, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2007.

Gender and the restructured university: changing management and culture in higher education, Open University Press, 2001.

Margaret Peters

Gerry Bloustien and Margaret Peters, Youth, music and creative cultures: playing for life, Palgrave-Macmillan, London, 2011.

Gerry Bloustien, Margaret Peters and Susan Luckman (eds) Sonic synergies: music, identity, technology, community, Hampshire, UK: Ashgate, 2007.

Rhonda Sharp

Julie Mills, Suzanne Franzway, Judith Gill and Rhonda Sharp, Challenging knowledge, sex and power: gender, work and engineering, Routledge, Hampshire, UK, 2013.

Budgeting for equity: gender-responsive budgets within a framework of performance-oriented budgeting, UNIFEM, New York, 2003.

Tangi Steen

T Steen and N Drescher (eds) Tonga: land, sea and people, Tonga Research Association, Nuku'alofa, Tonga, 2011.

Sarah Wendt

S Wendt and L Zannettino, Domestic violence in diverse contexts: re-examining gender, Routledge, London, forthcoming 2014.

Domestic violence in rural Australia, Federation Press, Annandale, NSW, 2009.


Book chapters

Lia Bryant

Lia Bryant and I Principe, 'Social capital and the gendering of differential IT use' in GD Garson and M Khosrow-Pur (eds) Handbook of research on public information technology, IGI Global, New York, 2008, pp 333–338.

'The text-book farmers: young women in agriculture and the question of changing gender relations' in S Lockie and B Pritchard (eds) Consuming foods, sustaining environments, Australian Academic Press, 2001.

'A job of one's own: women constructing occupations in agriculture' in S Lockie and L Bourke (eds) Rural bites, Pluto Press, 2001.

'Social aspects of the farm financial crisis' in G Lawrence, F Vanclay and B Furze (eds) Agriculture, environment and society: the Australian experience, MacMillan, South Melbourne, 1992, pp 157–172.

'Farm family displacement' in M Alston (ed) Farm families, Key Paper Series No. 2, Centre for Rural Welfare Research, Charles Sturt University-Riverina, New South Wales, 1991, pp 77–92. 

Elaine Butler

'The power of discourse: work-related learning in the "learning age"' in Ronald M Cervero and Arthur L Wilson (eds) Power in practice: adult education and the struggle for knowledge and power in society, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 2001, pp 60–82.

Jean Duruz

'Eating at the borders: culinary journeys' in Amanda Wise and Selvaraj Velayutham (eds) Everyday multiculturalism, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hants, 2009, pp 105–121.

'Table talk: doing ethnography in the kitchen' in Katrina Schlunke and Nicole Anderson (eds) Cultural theory in everyday practice, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2008, pp 237–247.

Peter Bishop, Jean Duruz and Alan Mayne, 'In the middle of nowhere: journeys with the Ghan' in Alan Mayne (ed) Beyond the black stump: histories of outback Australia, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2008, pp 25–56.

'From Malacca to Adelaide ...: fragments towards a biography of cooking, yearning and laksa' in SCH Cheung and T Chee-Beng (eds) Food and foodways in Asia: resource, tradition and cooking, Routledge, UK, 2007, pp 183–200.

Suzanne Franzway

Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow, 'Sites for renewal: women's activism in male-dominated unions in Australia, Canada, and the US' in Janice Foley and Patricia Barker (eds) Equity: the path to union renewal, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2009.

Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow, 'Transnational union networks, feminism, and labor advocacy' in Verena Schmidt (ed) Trade unions, globalizations and development, Global Union Research Network, International Labour Organization, Geneva, 2007, pp 165–176.

'Greedy institutions' in Peter Beilharz and Trevor Hogan (eds) Sociology: place, time and division, Oxford University Press, Melbourne. 2006, pp 406–410. 

'Making progressive educational politics in the current globalization crisis' in Michael Apple, Jane Kenway and Michael Singh (eds) Globalizing education: policies, pedagogies and politics, Peter Lang, New York, 2005.

'What can be done? What is being done? Making "progressive politics" in the current globalisation crisis' in Jane Kenway, Michael Apple and Michael Singh (eds) The globalisation crisis and educational governance: translating radical policies on markets, compliance and entrepreneurialism, Peter Lang, New York, 2003.

'Sexual politics in (Australian) labour movements' in Fiona Colgan and Sue Ledwith (eds) Gender, diversity and trade unions: international perspectives, Routledge, London, 2002.

'Sexual politics in trade unions' in Barbara Pocock (ed) Strife: sex and politics in labour unions, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1997, pp 128–148.

Suzanne Franzway and Miriam Henry, 'Gender, unions and the new workplace: realising the promise?' in Belinda Probert and Bruce Williams (eds) Pink collar blues, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1993, pp 126–153.

Judith Gill

Judith Gill and Alan Reid, 'In whose interest? Australian schooling and the changing contexts of citizenship' in A Reid, J Gill and A Sears (eds) Globalisation, the nation-state and the citizen: dilemmas and directions for civics and citizenship education, Routledge, New York, 2010, pp 19–34.

Alan Reid, Judith Gill and Alan Sears, 'The forming of citizens in a globalising world' in A Reid, J Gill and A Sears (eds) Globalisation, the nation-state and the citizen: dilemmas and directions for civics and citizenship education, Routledge, New York, 2010, pp 3–18.

'Australia' in Manisha Desai (ed) The Greenwood women's encyclopedia, Greenwood Press, Connecticut, 2003, pp 29–55.

'Rephrasing the question: is single sex schooling one solution to the equity equation?' in Colin Marsh (ed) ACSA 20-20 vision: capturing curriculum debate in Australia, ACSA Press, Canberra, 2003.

Kay Lawrence

K Lawrence and N Cumpston, 'A story is like a river: weaving the Murray' in E Potter et al (ed) Fresh water: new perspectives on water in Australia, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2007, pp 234–245.

'"Weaving": an encounter between the Ngarrindjeri, the British and the French' in Reinventing textiles, Vol 3 'Postcolonialism and creativity', 2004.

K Lawrence and L Obermeyer, 'Voyage: home is where it starts', in Reinventing textiles, Vol 2 'Gender and the body', Telos Press, London, 2001.

Cassie Loeser

C Loeser and V Crowley, 'Audible acts: hearing (dis)abled masculinities' in A Kiernander, J Bollen and B Parr (eds) What a man's gotta do? Centre for Australian Literature, Language, Theatre and Screen, NSW, 2007, pp 222–240.

'Bounded bodies, mobile selves: the significance of the muscular body in young hearing-impaired men's constructions of masculinity' in S Pearce and V Muller (eds) Manning the next millennium: studies in masculinities, Black Swan Press, Western Australia, 2002, pp 55–68.

Alison Mackinnon

'Swedish women school teachers and the fertility transition' in H Graff, A Mackinnon, B Sandin and I Winchester (eds) Understanding literacy in its historical contexts: socio-cultural history and the legacy of Egil Johansson, Nordic Academic Press, Lund, 2009.

Alison Mackinnon, Marie Brennan, Eleanor Ramsay and Katherine Hodgetts, 'Part-time schooling' in Kitty te Riele (ed) Making school different: alternative approaches to educating young people, Sage, Los Angeles, 2009, pp 116–125.

'Demographic transition' in William A Darity (ed) The international encyclopedia of the social sciences, 2nd edition, Macmillan Reference, USA, 2007.

'River memory: narratives of generation, hope and amnesia' in E Potter, A Mackinnon, S McKenzie and J McKay (eds), Fresh water, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2007, pp 73–89.

Alison Mackinnon, Caz Batson and Julie Petersen-Gray, '"...But I'm so embarrassed, I said, if it's another baby!": schooling, girls and declining fertility in South Australia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century' in Angelique Janssens (ed) Gendering the fertility decline in the western world, Peter Lang, 2007, pp 205–235.

'"Giving myself a toni, write thesis tonight": negotiating higher education in the 1950s' in EM Smyth and P Bourne (eds) New directions in women's history: essays in honour of Alison Prentice, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2004.

Debra King and Alison Mackinnon, 'Who cares? Community perceptions in the marketing of corporate citizenship' in J Andrioff, S Waddock, B Husted and S Rahman (eds) Unfolding stakeholder thinking: theory, responsibility and engagement, Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield, UK, 2002.

Nicole Moulding

'The anorexic as femme fatale: reproducing gender through the father-psychiatrist and daughter-patient' in H Malson and M Burns (eds) Critical feminist perspectives on eating dis/orders: an international reader, Routledge, London, 2009.

Margaret Peters

'Introduction to Part 1. Shifting contexts – an historical overview from cultural to creative industries' in G Bloustien, M Peters and S Luckman (eds) Sonic synergies: music, identity, technology and community, Ashgate, Hampshire, UK, 2008, pp 3–5.

'Risky economies: community-based organisations and the music making of marginalised youth' in G Bloustien, M Peters and S Luckman (eds) Sonic synergies: music, identity, technology and community, Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, 2008, pp 169–184.

G Bloustien, S Luckman and M Peters ,'Introduction: "Be not afeard; the isle is full of noises" – Reflections on the synergies of music in the creative knowledge economy' in G Bloustien, M Peters and S Luckman (eds) Sonic synergies: music, identity, technology and community, Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, 2008, pp xxi–xxviii.

Margaret Peters and Gerry Bloustein, 'It's not just about the music – it's a way of life! Exploring the complexity of popular music scenes through ethnography' in A Bennett and K Harris (eds) Researching popular music, special edition of Journal of Popular Music, UK, pp 73–86.

Rhonda Sharp

'Government budgets: integrating a gender perspective' in George Argyrous and Frank Stilwell (eds) Readings in political economy: economics as a social science, TILDE University Press, Prahran, 2011, pp 223–228.

Diane Elson and Rhonda Sharp, 'Gender-responsive budgeting and women's poverty' in S Chant (ed) Women and poverty, Edward Elgar, London, 2010, pp 522–527.

Rhonda Sharp and RayBroomhill, 'Gender policy: towards gender-responsive policies and budgets in South Australia' in J Spoehr (ed) State of South Australia: from crisis to prosperity, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2009, pp 152–176.

Rhonda Sharp and Ray Broomhill, 'Budgeting for equality: the Australian experience' in D Barker and E Kuiper (eds) Feminist economics: critical concepts in economics, Volume III, Routledge, London, 2009 (republication).

'The super revolution' in B Comber, A Mackinnon and G Bloustien (eds) The Hawke legacy, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2009, pp 198–211.

Rhonda Sharp and Diane Elson, 'A framework for assessing the improvements in budgeting' in Gender budget auditing, Asia Foundation, Jakarta, 2008 (published in Indonesian).

Jennifer Cooper and Rhonda Sharp, 'Engendering accountability in government budgets in Mexico' in Marjorie Griffin-Cohen and Janine Brodie (eds) Remapping gender in the new global order, Routledge, London, 2007, pp 205–222.

Ray Broomhill and Rhonda Sharp, 'The problem of social reproduction under neoliberalism: reconfiguring the male-breadwinner model in Australia' in Marjorie Griffin-Cohen and Janine Brodie (eds) Remapping gender in the new global order, Routledge, London, 2007, pp 85–108.

Ray Broomhill and Rhonda Sharp, 'A new gender (dis)order? Neoliberal restructuring in Australia' in Gordon Laxer and Dennis Soron (eds) Not for sale: decommodifying public life, Broadview Press, Toronto, 2006, pp 127–140.

Rhonda Sharp and Ray Broomhill, 'Budgeting for equality' in R Lichtenecker and G Salmhofer (eds) Gender budgeting: theorie und praxis in internationalen vergleich, Studienverlag, Innsbruck, Austria, 2006, pp 63–82.

Rhonda Sharp and Ray Broomhill, 'Gender-responsive policy' in John Spoehr (ed) The state of South Australia: trends and issues, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2005, pp 151–169.

'Gender, policy and budgets' in George Argyrous and Frank Stillwill (eds) Economics as a social science: readings in political economy, 2nd ed, Pluto, Sydney, 2003, pp 189–196.

'Moving forward: multiple strategies and guiding goals' in K Judd (ed) Gender budget initiatives: strategies, concepts and experiences, UNIFEM, New York, 2003.

Tangi Steen

'Questioning technology: way forward for a more informed Tongan technological community' in T Steen and N Drescher (eds) Tonga: land, sea and people, Tonga Research Association, Nuku'alofa, Tonga, 2011.

'Creating a culturally safe space for Tongans in Adelaide: the Gap Project' in Elizabeth Wood-Ellem (ed) Tonga and the Tongans: heritage and identity, BPA Print Group, 2007, pp 195–202.

Sarah Wendt

'Engaging with sea-change and tree-change families over time' in J Maidment and U Bay (eds) Social work in rural Australia: enabling practice, Allen & Unwin, NSW, 2012.

Carole Zufferey

Fiona Arney, Ruth Lange and Carole Zufferey, 'Responding to parents with complex needs who are involved with statutory child protection services' in Dorothy Scott and Fiona Arney (eds) Working with vulnerable families, Cambridge University Press, NSW, 2010.


Refereed journal articles

Lia Bryant

L Bryant and K Jaworski, 'Gender, embodiment and place: the gendering of skills shortages in the Australian mining and food and beverage processing industries', Human Relations, 64(10), 2011, 1345–1367.

M Rowntree, L Bryant and N Moulding, 'Women's emtional experiences of chick lit and chick flicks: an ambivalent audience', Outskirts, 24, 2011, http://www.outskirts.arts.uwa.edu.au/volumes/volume-24/rowntree

M Rowntree, L Bryant and N Moulding, 'Feminine sexualities in chick lit', Australian Feminist Studies, 27(72), 2012, 121–137.

I Ware, L Bryant and L Zannettino, 'Young men, public space and the production of fear in downtown Adelaide', Urban Research and Practice, 4(2), 2011, 193–206.

Bebe Ramzan, Barbara Pini and Lia Bryant, 'Experiencing and writing Indigeneity, rurality and gender: Australian reflections', Journal of Rural Studies, 25(4), 2009, 435–443.

Lia Bryant and Barbara Pini, 'Gender, class and rurality: Australian case studies', Journal of Rural Studies, 24(4), 2009, 435–443.

Lia Bryant and Elizabeth Hoon, 'Rural children's perceptions of child farm safety printed communication strategies', Rural and Remote Health, 7(4), 2007, 1–12.

L Bryant and M Livholts, 'Memory work as a reflexive methodology in exploring the gendering of space', International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 6(3), 2007.

Lia Bryant and Barbara Pini, 'Towards an understanding of gender and capital in constituting biotechnologies in agriculture', Sociologia Ruralis, 46(2), 2006.

Lia Bryant and Deidre Tedmanson, 'Drilling down: diversity in the mining industry: exploring the barriers to gender and Indigenous diversity in the Australian mining industry', International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 5(3), 2006.

'Marking the occupational body: young women and men seeking careers in agriculture', Rural Society, 16(1), 2006, 62–79.

L Bryant and E Hoon, 'How can the intersection between gender, class and sexuality be translated to an empirical agenda?' International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 5(1), 2006.

D Jouve, L Bryant, J Gill and D Tedmanson, 'If I don't speak to my child in my own language then who will? Kanak women writing culture for children', Kunapipi: Journal of Post-colonial Writing, Special Issue, Women of the South Pacific, 27(2), 2006.

'Gendered bodies, gendered knowledges: information technology in everyday farming', Social Science Computer Review, 21(4), 2003, 464–474.

'The detraditionalisation of occupational identities in South Australia', Sociologia Ruralis, 39(2), 1999.

Elaine Butler

Elaine Butler with Robyn Woolley, 'Back to the future? Girls and young women, working futures, VET & VET in schools. A snapshot', VOCAL, Australian Journal of Vocational Education & Training in Schools, 6, 2006–07, 56–63.

'Knowing "now", learning futures: institutional politics and knowledge practices in vocational education and training', International Journal of Lifelong Education, 19(4), 2000, 322–341.

'Book reviews: learning at work; Why's the beer always stronger up north? Studies of lifelong learning in Europe', Studies in the Education of Adults, 32(1), 2000, 120–122.

'(Re)presentations', Adult Learning Commentary, no 26, 4 October 2000.

Priscilla Dunk-West

'The sexual self and social work and policy, or, why teenage pregnancy prevention programmes miss the point', Social Work and Society International Online Journal, 10(2), 2012.

Jean Duruz

'Quesadillas with Chinese black bean puree: eating together in "ethnic" neighbourhoods', New Formations, 74, 2011, 46–64.

'At the table with hungry ghosts: intimate borderwork in Mexico City', Cultural Studies Review, 17(2), 2011, 198–218.

Jean Duruz, Susan Luckman and Peter Bishop, 'Bazaar encounters: food, markets, belonging and citizenship in the cosmopolitan city', Continuum, 25(5), 2011, 599–604.

'Tastes of hybrid belonging: following the laksa trail in Katong, Singapore', Continuum, 25(5), 2011, 605–618.

Ian Cook, Jean Duruz et al, 'Geographies of food: "afters"', Progress in Human Geography, 35(1), 2011, 104–120.

'Floating food: eating "Asia" in kitchens of the diaspora', Emotion, Space and Society, 3, 2010, 45–49.

'Living in Singapore, travelling to Hong Kong, remembering Australia: intersections of food and place', Journal of Australian Studies, 87, 2006, 101–115.

'Eating at the borders: culinary journeys', Environment and Planning: D, Society and Space, 23(1), 2005, 51–69.

'Adventuring and belonging: an appetite for markets', Space and Culture, 7(4), 2004, 427–445.

'Haunted kitchens: cooking and remembering', Gastronomica, 4(1), 2004, 57–68.

'Re-writing the village: geographies of food and belonging in Clovelly, Australia', Cultural Geographies, 9(3), 2002, 373–388.

Suzanne Franzway

Rhonda Sharp, Suzanne Franzway, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'Flawed policy, failed politics? Challenging the sexual politics of managing diversity in engineering organisations', Gender, Work & Organization, 19(6), 2012, 555–572. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2010.00545.x/full

Julie Mills, Judith Gill, Rhonda Sharp and Suzanne Franzway, 'Getting it together: feminist interdisciplinary research on women and engineering', Women's Studies International Forum, 34, 2011, 13–19.

Book review: Kathie Muir, Worth fighting for: inside the 'Your rights at work' campaign, Australian Feminist Studies, 25(66), 2010, 514–515.

Suzanne Franzway and MM Fonow, 'Women's work', Review article, Signs. Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 36(1), 2010, pp 227–237.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'Engineering diversity: The problem of gender equity in engineering', Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies, 30(1), 2009, 89–106.

Jane-Maree Maher, Jo Lindsay and Suzanne Franzway, 'Time, caring labour and social policy: understanding the family time economies of contemporary Australian families', Work, Employment and Society, 24(3), 2008, 247–258.

Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow, 'An Australian feminist twist on transnational labor activism', SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 33(3), 2008, 537–543.

J Gill, JE Mills, S Franzway and R Sharp, '"I still wanna be an engineer!" Women, education and the engineering profession', European Journal of Engineering Education, 33(4), 2008, 391–402.

S Franzway, R Sharp, J Mills and J Gill, 'Engineering ignorance: the problem of gender equity in engineering ', Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies, 30(1), 2008, 89–106.

Bastalich, W, Franzway, S, Gill, J, Mills, J & Sharp, R, 'Disrupting masculinities: women engineers and engineering workplace culture', Australian Feminist Studies, 22(54), 2007, 385–400.

'Work and family life: what we've forgotten', Australian Review of Public Affairs, 6(1), 2005.

Gill J, Mills J, Franzway S and Sharp R, '"I wanna be an engineer!" A tale of high achieving women, professional power and the ongoing negotiation of workplace identity', Redress: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 14(2), 13–22, 2005.

'"They see you coming": a comparative study of women union officials in Australian and (English) Canadian trade unions', Labour and Industry, Journal of social and economic relations of work, 10(2), 2000, 147–68.

Judith Gill

Rhonda Sharp, Suzanne Franzway, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'Flawed policy, failed politics? Challenging the sexual politics of managing diversity in engineering organisations', Gender, Work & Organization, 19(6), 2012, 555–572. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2010.00545.x/full

Julie Mills, Judith Gill, Rhonda Sharp and Suzanne Franzway, 'Getting it together: feminist interdisciplinary research on women and engineering', Women's Studies International Forum, 34, 2011, 13–19.

A Reid and J Gill, 'An arm of the state? Linking citizenship education and schooling practice', International Journal of Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 5(1), 2009, 3–17.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'What does it matter? The politics of ignorance and the problem of gender equity in engineering', Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies, 30(1), 2009, 89–106.

'Social inclusion for South Australian schooling? Trying to reconcile the promise and the practice', Journal of Education Policy, 23(5), 208, 453–467.

J Gill, JM Matthews, L Zannettino and T Carroll, 'Thesis writing as a feminist project: negotiating space for women's embodied selves in new scholarship', Australian Feminist Studies, 23(56), 2008, 249–261.

J Gill and S Howard, 'Gaps in the record: working with curriculum and young people's imagined Australias', Curriculum Perspectives, 28(1), 2008, 11–21.

J Gill, J Mills, S Franzway and R Sharp, '"Oh you must be very clever!": high-achieving women, professional power and the ongoing negotiation of workplace identity', Gender and Education, 20(3), 2008, 223–236.

J Gill with J Matthews, L Zannettino and T Carroll, 'Thesis writing as a feminist project: negotiating space for women's embodied selves in new scholarship', Australian Feminist Studies, 23(5), 2008.

J Gill, JE Mills, S Franzway and R Sharp, '"I still wanna be an engineer!" Women, education and the engineering profession', European Journal of Engineering Education, 33(4), 2008, 391–402.

W Bastalich, S Franzway, J Gill, J Mills and R Sharp, 'Disrupting masculinities: women engineers and engineering culture', Australian Feminist Studies, 22(54), 2007, 385–400.

J Mills, W Bastalich, S Franzway, J Gill and R Sharp, 'Engineering in Australia: an uncomfortable experience for women', Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 12, 2006, 135–154.

J Gill and S Howard, 'Revisioning the social: young Australians and the rural/urban divide', Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 2(1), 2006, 65–78.

'Just how far have we come? A retrospective on girls' education and an analysis of the present situation', Redress: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 14(2), 2005, 2–12.

J Gill, J Mills, S Franzway and R Sharp, '"I wanna be an engineer!" A tale of high achieving women, professional power and the ongoing negotiation of workplace identity', Redress: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 14(2), 2005, 13–22.

S Howard and J Gill, 'Learning to belong: children talk about "feeling Australia"', Children Issues: Journal of the Children's Issues Centre, 9(2), 2005, 43–49.

S Howard and J Gill, 'Somewhere to call home? Schooling and a sense of place and belonging in an increasingly globalised world', Curriculum Perspectives, 22(3), 2002.

Kay Lawrence

'Listening when others talk back', Craft + Design Enquiry: Journal of International Research, 1, 2009, 1–34, http://www.craftaustralia.org.au/cde/toc/2009VOL1.php

'Weaving the Murray, mapping connection and loss', Textile: the Journal of Cloth and Culture, 3(2), 2005, 130–149.

Cassie Loeser

'Muscularity, mateship and malevolent masculinities: experiences of young men with hearing disabilities in secondary schools', Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 31(4), 2010, 423–435.

V Crowley and C Loeser, 'The potentialities of post-essentialist pedagogy', International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 47, 2009, 11–22.

C Loeser and V Crowley, 'A natural ear for music?: Hearing (dis)abled masculinities', Popular Music, 28(3), 2009, 411–423.

'The ecstasies of exchange: reconfiguring hearing disabled masculine subjectivities in rave space', Australian Journal of Communication, 30(3), 2003, 69–82.

Alison Mackinnon

'Fantasizing the family: women, families and the quest for an individual self', Women's History Review, 15(4), 2006, 663–675.

'Girls, schools and society: a generation of change', Australian Feminist Studies, 21(50), 2006, 275–288.

A Mackinnon and P Gregory, 'A study corner in the kitchen: Australian graduate women negotiate family, work and nation in the 1950s and early 1960s', Australian Historical Studies, 127, 2006, 63–80.

A Mackinnon and E Bullen, 'Out on the borderlands: time, generation and agency in women's lives', Theory and Research in Education, 3(1), 2005.

'Knowledge beyond reason: highly educated women at the turn of the twentieth century and the continuing quest for commensurability', Australian Cultural History, no 23, 2004.

'Is biology destiny?', Invited comment on editorial, Climacteric: the Journal of the International Menopause Society, vol 7, 2004, 331–332.

Alison Mackinnon, Rob Ranzijn and Eddie Le Sueur, 'Bounded choices: how much "choice" is there in decision making for ageing populations?' Applied Population and Policy, 1(1), 2002, 55–65.

Nicole Moulding

D Hanisch and NT Moulding, 'Power, gender, and social work responses to child sexual abuse', Affilia: The Journal of Women in Social Work, 26(3), 2011, 278–290.

M Rowntree, L Bryant and N Moulding, 'Women's emtional experiences of chick lit and chick flicks: an ambivalent audience', Outskirts, 24, 2011, http://www.outskirts.arts.uwa.edu.au/volumes/volume-24/rowntree

M Rowntree, L Bryant and N Moulding, 'Feminine sexualities in chick lit', Australian Feminist Studies, 27(72), 2012, 121–137.

S Selby, S Clark, A Braunack-Mayer, A Jones, NT Moulding and J Beilby, 'Cross-cultural re-entry for missionaries: a new application for the Dual Process Model', Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 62(4), 2011, 329–351.

Moulding, NT, 'Intelligent design: student perceptions of teaching and learning in large social work courses'. Higher Education Research and Development Journal, 29(2), 2010, 151–165.

SP Selby, A Braunack-Mayer, A Jones, S Clark, NT Moulding and J Beilby, 'Special people? An exploratory study into re-entering missionaries' identity and resilience', Journal of Religion and Health, 50(4), 2011, 1007–1023.

S Selby, A Braunack-Mayer, NT Moulding and A Jones, 'Resilience in re-entering missionaries: why do some do well?', Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 12(7), 2009, 701–720.

S Selby, NT Moulding, S Clark, A Jones, A Braunack-Mayer and J Beilby, 'Back home: a qualitative study exploring re-entering cross-cultural missionary aid workers' loss and grief', Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 59(1), 2009.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, J Andrews, N Moulding and G Holtmann, 'The effect of functional gastrointestinal disorders in psychological comorbidity and quality of life in patients with inflammatory bowel disease', Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 28(4), 2008, 475–483.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, N Moulding, I Wilson, G Holtmann and J Andrews, 'Does psychological status influence clinical outcomes in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other chronic gastroenterological disease: an observational cohort prospective study', BioPsychoSocial Medicine, 2(11), 2008, 1–9.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, N Moulding, I Wilson, J Andrews and G Holtmann, 'Psychological comorbidity and complexity of gastrointestinal symptoms in clinically diagnosed irritable bowel syndrome patients', Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 23(7), 2008, 1137–1143.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, J Andrews, N Moulding, I Wilson, H Harley, D Hetzel and G Holtmann, 'Psychological problems in gastroenterology outpatients: a South Australian experience. Psycholgical comorbidity in IBS, IBS and hepatitis C', Clinical Practice and Epidemiology in Mental Health, 4(15), 2008, 1–8.

'Love your body, move your body, feed your body: discourses of self-care and social marketing in a body image health promotion program', Critical Public Health, 17(1), 2007, 57–69.

'Disciplining the feminine: the reproduction of gender contradictions in the mental health care of women with eating disorders', Social Science & Medicine, 62(4), 2006, 793–804.

'Constructing the self in mental health practice: identity, individualism and the feminisation of deficiency', Feminist Review, 75, 2003, 57–74.

N Moulding and J Hepworth, 'Understanding body image disturbance in the promotion of mental health: a discourse analytic study', International Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 11, 2001, 305–317.

S Selby, A Jones, T Burgess, S Clark, N Moulding and J Beilby, 'Disenfranchised grief: the role of the GP', Australian Family Physician, 36(9), 2007, 673–784.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, N Moulding, I Wilson, H Harley, D Hetzel, J Andrews and G Holtmann, 'Psychological co-morbidity and quality of life in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and chronic hepatitis C (HCV): a cross-sectional investigation', Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 2007.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, N Moulding, I Wilson, J Andrews and G Holtmann, 'Psychological co-morbidity and the complexity of gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms in clinically diagnosed irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) patients', Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2007.

A Mikocka-Walus, D Turnbull, N Moulding, I Wilson, J Andrews and G Holtmann, '"It doesn't do any harm, but patients feel better": a qualitative exploratory study on gastroenterologists' perspectives on the role of antidepressants in inflammatory bowel disease', BMC Gastroenterology, 2007.

N Moulding, C Silagy and D Weller, 'A framework for effective management of change in clinical practice: dissemination and implementation of clinical practice guidelines', Quality in Health Care, 8(3), 1999, 177–183.

Margaret Peters

J Chia and M Peters, 'Social capital initiatives: employees and communication managers leading the way?' Journal of Promotion Management: Innovations in Planning and Applied Research, 16(1–2), 2010, 201–216.

Tammy Hand, Donna Chung and Margaret Peters, The use of information and communication technologies to coerce and control in domestic violence and following separation, Family Violence Clearinghouse Stakeholder Paper, UNSW, 6 January 2009.

J Chia and M Peters, 'Employee engagement in organisations' social capital. does public relations have a role?', Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, 9(1), 2008, 103–119.

C Chesterman, A Ross-Smith and M Peters, 'The gendered impact on organizations of a critical mass of women in senior management: implications for gender inequality', Journal of Policy and Society, 24(4), 2006, 69–91.

A Ross-Smith, C Chesterman and M Peters, '"Watch out here comes feeling!" Women executives and emotion work', International Journal of Work, Organisation and Emotion, 1(1), 2005, 48–62.

A Ross-Smith, C Chesterman and M Peters, '"Not doable jobs!" Exploring senior women's attitudes to academic leadership roles', Women's Studies International Forum, 28, 2005, 163–180.

M Peters and G Bloustien, 'Play as life: youth cultural practices', YACSA (Youth Arts Council of South Australia), 2, 2004, 11–17.

C Chesterman, A Ross-Smith and M Peters, 'Changing the landscape? Women in academic leadership in Australia', McGill Journal of Education, 38(3), 2003, 421–435.

G Bloustien and M Peters, 'Playing for life: new approaches to researching youth and their music practices', Youth Studies Australia, 22(2), 2003, 32–39.

'Boys whistle, girls sing: schoolgrounds', Loisir & Societe: Society and Leisure, 17(1), 1994, 221–239. 

Rhonda Sharp

Rhonda Sharp, Suzanne Franzway, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'Flawed policy, failed politics? Challenging the sexual politics of managing diversity in engineering organisations', Gender, Work & Organization, 19(6), 2012, 555–572. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2010.00545.x/full

Julie Mills, Judith Gill, Rhonda Sharp and Suzanne Franzway, 'Getting it together: feminist interdisciplinary research on women and engineering', Women's Studies International Forum, 13, 2011, 13–19.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'Engineering diversity: The problem of gender equity in engineering', Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies, 30(1), 2009, 89–106.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills and Judith Gill, 'What does it matter? The politics of ignorance and the problem of gender equity in engineering', Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies, 30(1), 2009, 89–106.

J Gill, JE Mills, S Franzway and R Sharp, '"I still wanna be an engineer!" Women, education and the engineering profession', European Journal of Engineering Education, 33(4), 2008, 391–402.

Bastalich, W, Franzway, S, Gill, J, Mills, J & Sharp, R, 'Disrupting masculinities: women engineers and engineering workplace culture', Australian Feminist Studies, 22(54), 2007, 385–400.

Siobhan Austen, Therese Jefferson and Rhonda Sharp, 'Introduction to the special issue on retirement incomes in Australia', Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 10(2), 2007, 59–61.

Rhonda Sharp and Sanjugta Vas Dev, 'Integrating gender into public expenditure: lessons from the Republic of the Marshall Islands', Pacific Studies, 29(3/4), 2006, 83–105.

Rhonda Sharp and Siobhan Austin, 'The 2006 federal Budget: a gender analysis of the superannuation taxation concessions', Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 10(2), 2007, 61–77.

J Gill, J Mills, S Franzway and R Sharp, '"I wanna be an engineer!" A tale of high achieving women, professional power and the ongoing negotiation of workplace identity', Redress: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 14(2), 2005, 13–22.

Rhonda Sharp and Ray Broomhill, 'The changing male breadwinner model in Australia: a new gender order?' Labour & Industry, 15(3), 2004.

Rhonda Sharp and Ray Broomhill, 'Budgeting for equality: the Australian experience', Feminist Economics, 8(1), 2002, 25–47.

'The economics and politics of gender-sensitive budget analyses', Investigacion Economica, 2001 (published in Spanish).

Tangi Steen

K Lushington, J Cook, T Steen, F Wyld and C Snowden, 'The book of beyond: designing PODcasts to provide spoken-word health information for the oral culture of remote Australian Aboriginal communities', International Journal of the Book, 6(2), 2009, 85–94. http://ijb.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.27/prod.279

T Steen, S Sparrow, J Baker and S Gollan, 'Socio-spatial issues and the Indigenous Australian culture: factors influencing Indigenous peoples' use of space within western institutional settings', Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 10(2), 2007, 13–25.

Sarah Wendt

V Adams, D Bagshaw, L Zannettino and S Wendt, 'Financial abuse of older people by a family member: a difficult terrain for service providers in Australia', Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, in press. doi: 10.1080/08946566.2013.824844

L Zannettino, D Bagshaw, S Wendt and V Adams, 'The role of emotional vulnerability and abuse in the financial exploitation of older people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities in Australia', Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, in press.

D Bagshaw, S Wendt, L Zannettino and V Adams, 'Financial abuse of older people by family members: the views and experiences of older Australians and their family members', Australian Social Work, 66(1), 2013, 86–103.

F Buchanan, S Wendt and N Moulding, 'Maternal protectiveness amid domestic violence', DVRCV Advocate, 2, 2013, 24–27.

B Prosser, M Tuckey and S Wendt, 'Affect and the lifeworld: conceptualising surviving and thriving in the human service professions', Health Sociology Review, 22(3), 2013, 318–327.

S Wendt, D Bagshaw, L Zannettino and V Adams, 'Financial abuse of older people: a case study', International Social Work, 2013. doi: 10.1177/0020872813477882

S Wendt and J Baker, 'Aboriginal women’s perceptions and experiences of a family violence transitional accommodation service', Australian Social Work, 66(4), 2013, 511–527. doi: 10.1080/0312407X.2012.754915

S Wendt, M Tuckey and B Prosser, 'Thriving, not just surviving, in emotionally demanding fields of practice', Health & Social Care in the Community, 19(3), 2011, 317–325. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2524.2010.00983.x.

S Wendt, B Cheers, B Lonne, K Francis and W Schiller, 'Exploring social workers' personal domains in rural practice', Journal of Social Work, 2, 2011, 194–210. doi:10.1177/1468017310382323.

Dale Bagshaw, Thea Brown, Sarah Wendt, Alan Campbell, Elspeth McInnes, Beth Tinning, Becky Batagol, Adiva Sifris, Danielle Tyson, Joanne Baker and Paula Fernandez Arias, 'The effect of family violence on post-separation parenting arrangements: the experiences and views of children and adults from families who separated post-1995 and post-2006', Family Matters: Australian Institute of Family Studies, 86, 2011, 49–61.

S Wendt and J Hornosty, 'Understanding contexts of family violence in rural farming communities: implications for rural women's health', Rural Society, 20(1), 2011, 51–63.

S Wendt and J Hornosty, 'Understanding contexts of family violence in rural, farming communities: implications for rural women's health', Rural Society, 20(1), 2010, 51–63.

'Building and sustaining local co-ordination: an Australian rural community responds to domestic and family violence', British Journal of Social Work, 40, 2010, 44–62.

S Wendt and S Seymour, 'Applying post-structural ideas to empowerment: implications for social work education', Social Work Education, 29(6), 2010, 670–682.

S Wendt, 'Building and sustaining local co-ordination: an Australian rural community responds to domestic and family violence', British Journal of Social Work, 40(1), 2010, 44–62. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcn114

S Wendt, 'Constructions of local culture and impacts on domestic violence in an Australian rural community', Journal of Rural Studies, 25(2), 2009, 175–184.

S Wendt, 'Christianity and domestic violence: feminist post-structural perspectives', AFFIFIA: Journal of Women and Social Work, 23(2), 2008, 144–155.

S Jamieson and S Wendt, 'Exploring men's perpetrator programs in small rural communities', Rural Society, 18(1), 2008, 39–50.

S Wendt and J Boylan, 'Feminist social work research engaging with post-structural ideas', International Social Work, 51(5), 2008, 599–610.

S Wendt and B Cheers, 'Rural cultures and domestic violence: stories from South Australian wine country', Rural Social Work, 9, 2004.

S Wendt and B Cheers, 'Rural cultures, domestic violence, and stories from a rural region', Australian Feminist Journal: Women Against Violence, 15, 2004.

S Wendt and B Cheers, 'Impacts of rural culture on domestic violence', Rural Social Work, 7(1), 2002, 20–30.

S Wendt, J Taylor and M Kennedy, 'Rural domestic violence: moving towards feminist post-structural understandings', Rural Social Work, 7(2), 2002, 26–35.

D Chung, R Kennedy, B O'Brien and S Wendt, 'Preventing homelessness for women (with or without children) experiencing domestic violence', Parity – Reach Out, Homeless Outreach, 13(9), 2000, 13–15.

Carole Zufferey

'"Not knowing that I do not know and not wanting to know": reflections of a white Australian social worker', International Social Work, 2012. doi: 10.1177/0020872812436624.

Invited editorial, 'Homelessness, social policy and social work: a way forward', Australian Social Work, 64(3), 2011, 241–244.

'"Jack of all trades, master of none?" Social work identity and homelessness in Australian cities', Journal of Social Work, 12(5), 2012, 510–527.

'Teaching for practice with children in homeless families', Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 12(1), 2010, 39–51.

Fiona Arney, Carole Zufferey, and Ruth Lange, '"Mental health is one issue. The child is another issue, issues bounce back and clash against each other": facilitating collaboration between child protection and mental health services', Communities, Children and Families, 5(1), 2010, 21–34.

'Teaching about homelessness, with a focus on children and families, as an emerging area of social work practice', Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 11(1), 2009, 109–116.

Carole Zufferey, Dorothy Scott and Christine Gibson, 'Making children visible in social work education', Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 11(1), 2009, 9–30.

'Making gender visible: social work responses to homelessness', Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 24(4), 2009, 382–393.

'Homelessness, social work, social policy and the print media in Australian cities', Social Work & Society, 6(2), 2008, http://www.socwork.net/2008/2/researchnotes/zufferey/srcdoc_socwork1231708572.21.rtf.

'Responses to homelessness in Australian cities: social worker perspectives', Australian Social Work, 61(4), 2008, 356–370.

Carole Zufferey and Donna Chung, 'Representations of homelessness in the Australian print media: some implications for social policy', Just Policy, 42, 2006, 33–38.

Carole Zufferey and Lorraine Kerr, 'Identity and everyday experiences of homelessness: some implications for social work', Australian Social Work, 57(4), 2004, 343–353.


Conference presentations

Elaine Butler

'Remembering the question/s (we want/ed to ask). Contingent practices in researching work and learning', Challenges for Integrating Work and Learning, 4th International Conference on Researching Work & Learning, Sydney, 11–14 December 2005.

Jean Duruz

'Tastes of hybrid belonging: following the laksa trail in Katong, Singapore', presented to Cultural ReOrientaions and Comparative Colonialities, Cultural Studies Association of Australasia, University of South Australia, November 2011.

'Spreading the toast of memory: from Hainanese kopitiams to boutique coffee shops in Singapore', presented at the Twelfth Symposium of Chinese Dietary Culture, Foundation of Chinese Dietary Culture, Okinawa, 2011.

'Technologies of nostalgia: vegetarians and vegans at Addis Ababa Cafe', with Kit MacFarlane, presented at the Fifth International Conference on Communities and Technologies, Queensland University of Technology, 2011.

'Mapping Africa in Mile End: injera and forgiveness', presented at the Third International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Emotional Geographies, Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia, 2010.

'Tasting Katong: urban villages as postcolonial spaces of exchange and re-invention', presented at the Food Cultures, Markets, Belonging and Citizenship in the Postmodern City Symposium, Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia, 2009.

'Four dances of the sea: cooking "Asian" as embedded cosmopolitanism', keynote speaker at the Globalization, Food and Social Identities in the Pacific Region Symposium, Institute of Comparative Culture, Sophia University, Tokyo, 2009.

'Growing up transnational: travelling through Singapore's hawker centres', keynote speaker at the Gastronomy, Religion and Culture in the Asia-Pacific Workshop, Research Centre for the History of Food and Drink, University of Adelaide, 2008; also presented as keynote at Inhabiting Diversity and the Asia Pacific Workshop, Centre for Research on Social Inclusion, Macquarie University, April 2008.

'Growing up transnational', ACS Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica, July 2008.

Suzanne Franzway

Julie Mills, Judith Gill, Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, 'Sustaining and enjoying a multi-disciplinary, multi-department, multi-campus research collaboration on women in engineering', American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, 14–17 June 2009.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills, Judith Gill, 'Flawed policy, failed politics? Managing diversity in engineering organisations', Engendering Leadership Through Research and Practice Conference, Perth, 22–24 July 2008.

'Framing domestic violence: its impact on women's employment' in T Majoribanks et al (eds) Re-imaging sociology, TASA The annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2008.

S Franzway, CF Zufferey and D Chung, 'Domestic violence and women's employment' in S Dann, S Franzway and Helen Masterman-Smith (eds), Proceedings of the 2nd National Our Work Our Lives Conference, Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia, Magill, 2007, pp 75–84.

J Maher, J Lindsay and S Franzway, 'Contemporary families, caring and time: understanding the "family time economy"', Proceedings of the TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007: Public Sociologies: Lessons & Trans-Tasman Comparisons, TASA, Auckland, New Zealand, 2007.

Keynote, 'What does it matter? The problem of gender equity in engineering', presented at Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies Second Conference, 'Knowledge that Matters', Arizona State University, 8–10 February 2007.

'Doing activism and queer organising in the labour movement', presented at Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Auckland, December 2007.

'Mobilising feminist politics: globalisation, alliances and sites', presented at Sociology for a Mobile World, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Western Australia, December 2006.

S Franzway and MM Fonow, MM, 'Feminism, queer labor organizing, and transnational labor activism', presented at LABFEM2, Stockholm, Sweden, 28–31 August 2008.

'The body making labour politics', Research Committee on Labour Movements RC44 at Re-empowering the labour movement in the era of global restructuring, First ISA Forum of Sociology, Sociological Research and Public Debate, Barcelona, Spain, 5–8 September 2008.

J Gill, J Mills, R Sharp and S Franzway, 'Education beyond technical competence: gender issues in the working lives of engineers', Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Sydney, 26–29 September 2005.

S Franzway and D Chung, 'Domestic violence and work: community, place and change', The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Hobart, 2005.

'"We need to win ..." Making feminist politics in trade unions and transnational labour activist networks', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, Adelaide, 2004.

'Union feminism and transnational labor advocacy networks', American Sociological Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2004.

S Franzway, J Gill, J Mills and R Sharp, 'Towards a feminist politics of work: revisioning a research project on women engineers', Revisioning institutions: change in the twenty-first century, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Beechworth, Vic, 2004.

S Franzway, J Gill, J Mills, R Sharp and W Bastalich, 'Towards a feminist politics of work: revisioning a research project on women engineers', The Australian Sociological Association Conference (TASA), Beechworth, Vic, 8–11 December 2004.

Judith Gill

Julie Mills, Judith Gill, Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, 'Sustaining and enjoying a multi-disciplinary, multi-department, multi-campus research collaboration on women in engineering', American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, 14–17 June 2009.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills, Judith Gill, 'Flawed policy, failed politics? Managing diversity in engineering organisations', Engendering Leadership Through Research and Practice Conference, Perth, 22–24 July 2008.

J Mills, M Ayre and J Gill, 'Perceptions and understandings of gender-inclusive curriculum in engineering education' in K Flemming (ed) SEFI 2008 36th Annual Conference Proceedings, Sense Publishers, AAlborg, Denmark, 2008.

J Gill, R Sharp, J Mills and S Franzway, 'I still wanna be an engineer! Women, education and the engineering profession', American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 9–13 April 2007.

J Gill and A Reid, 'Citizenship education: anchor to the nation and/or bridge to the world?', paper presented at 3rd CitizEd International Conference, Sydney, 27–29 April 2007.

J Gill and A Reid, 'Schooling and the state: issues of control and contestation around civics education', paper presented at ECER Conference, University of Ghent, 17–18 September 2007.

Judith Gill and Sue Howard, '"And from all the lands we come": challenges to democratic citizenship education in contemporary Australia', paper presented at the European Conference of Educational Research (ECER), Geneva, 2006.

J Gill, J Mills, R Sharp and S Franzway, 'Education beyond technical competence: gender issues in the working lives of engineers', Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Sydney, 26–29 September 2005.

'To the power of more than one: comparative approaches in educational research', annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society for International and Comparative Education, Melbourne, December 2004.

S Franzway, J Gill, J Mills and R Sharp, 'Towards a feminist politics of work: revisioning a research project on women engineers', Revisioning institutions: change in the twenty-first century, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Beechworth, Vic, 2004.

S Franzway, J Gill, J Mills, R Sharp and W Bastalich, 'Towards a feminist politics of work: revisioning a research project on women engineers', The Australian Sociological Association Conference (TASA), Beechworth, Vic, 8–11 December 2004.

Kay Lawrence

'Pearl shell to pearl buttons: an unequal trade', presented at Colloquium, The Impact of Colonialism on Textile Design and Trade, National Crafts Museum, Delhi, India, 29 September 2010.

K Lawrence and P Zeplin, 'Critical difference: cultural diversity and regionality', presented at Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference, Sydney, September 2007.

'Listening when others talk back', presented at Migratory Practices: Exchanges Between Anthropology, Art, Craft and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, September 2006.

K Lawrence and N Cumpston, 'A story is like a river: intercultural collaboration in Weaving the Murray', presented at Selling Yarns: Australian Indigenous Textiles and Good Business in the 21st Century, Darwin, 13–14 August 2006.

'Weaving the Murray, mapping connection and loss', presented at Challenging Craft, Grays School of Art, Aberdeen, Scotland, 8–10 September 2004.

Cassandra Loeser

W Bastalich, M Behrend, R Bloomfield, C Loeser and A McCulloch, 'Communicating research: audiences, academics and research students' in M Kiley (ed) 9th Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference: Educating Researchers for the 21st Century Conference Proceedings, Centre for Educational Development and Academic Methods, Australian National University, Canberra, 2010, pp 207–215.

C Loeser, 'A natural ear for music? Hearing (dis)abled masculinities', presented at Stuck in the Middle: The Mainstream and its Discontents. International Association for the Study of Popular Music Conference: Australia and New Zealand, Queensland, 28 November 2008.

Alison Mackinnon

'University women shaping the future in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s', European Social Science History Association Conference, Berlin, 24–27 March 2004.

Margaret Peters

T Hand, D Chung and M Peters, 'The use of information and communication technologies to coerce and control in domestic violence and following separation', Stakeholder Paper 6, Australian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse, University of Sydney, January 2009.

'The organized "self": managing time, space, work and life in the ever present', paper presented at the Conference for International Communication Association, Communicating for Social Impact, Montreal, Canada, 22–26 May 2008.

T Hand, D Chung and M Peters, 'Domestic violence perpetrators abuse of information and communication technologies', 7th Global Conference: Violence and Contexts of Hostility, Budapest, Hungary, 5–7 May 2008.

K Mirandilla, J Chia and M Peters, 'Decision making in the crisis cycle: the need for research and better understanding' in Elspeth Tilley (ed) Power and place: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2008, Wellington, New Zealand, 2008, pp 1–20.

A Roberts and M Peters, 'Easy communication – difficult management', paper presented at the World Communication Association Conference, Brisbane, 27–31 July 2007.

'Managing Women? Organizational Culture and Identity: Senior executive women academics and general staff,' ATN WEXDEV International Conference Change in Climate? Prospects for Gender Equity in Universities, Adelaide, 11–13 April 2006.

'Organizing Women? Emotional labour and changing work structures for senior executive women', ANZCA International Conference Empowerment, Creativity and Innovation: Challenging Media and Communication in the 21st Century, Adelaide, July 2006.

'Women managers and workplace equity: the role of policy in contemporary organisations', 6th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Organisations, Prato, Italy, 11–14 July 2006.

'Re-imagining Communities: Community-based organisations and youth agency', proceedings of Post-Colonial Distances: The Study of Popular Music Canada and Australia, IASPM-Canada Memorial University/Macquarie University, St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, June 2005. 

C Chesterman, A Ross-Smith and M Peters, 'Gendered cultural processes: senior executive women, decision-making and organisational change', invited paper for the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia funded Workshop: Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political, Sydney, 29–30 September 2005.

'Experiential communities: music making of marginalised youth in community-based organisations', National Conference on Research and Social Inclusion: Mobile Boundaries/Rigid Worlds, Sydney, 27–28 September 2004.

A Ross-Smith, C Chesterman and M Peters, 'Instinctively collaborative: are women executives changing the cultures of senior management?' 18th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Dunedin, New Zealand, December 2004.

A Ross-Smith, M Peters and C Chesterman, 'Women succeeding in academe: without going mad, sad or bad', ANZAM Workshop, Dunedin, NZ, December 2004.

'Bringing women into the picture: what supports and sustains women executives?' ATN WEXDEV Senior Women Executives and the Cultures of Management Conference, Sydney, 29 November.

M Peters, A Ross-Smith and C Chesterman, 'Merit, motherhood, and other masculinist myths: the contradictory experiences of executive women in corporate cultures', Third Critical Management Conference, Lancaster, UK, July 2003.

M Peters, A Ross-Smith and C Chesterman, 'The paradox of power and resistance: exploring women's ambivalence in executive management roles', 3rd International Conference on Gender, Work and Organisations, University of Keele, UK, June 2003.

A Ross-Smith, C Chesterman and M Peters, 'Soaring above the ceiling: are the cultures of management in higher education changed when women reach senior management?' 3rd International Management Conference on Women in Higher Education, Genoa, Italy, April 2003.

M Peters, A Ross-Smith and C Chesterman, 'Transforming cultures: the impact of diversity in senior management' in Proceedings of the 11th International Women in Leadership Conference, Edith Cowan University, Perth, 2002, pp. 103–113. 

Rhonda Sharp

Valerie Adams and Rhonda Sharp, 'Reciprocity: the case of aged care nurses' work' in L Chester, M Johnson and P Kriesler (eds) Conference Proceedings: 10th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference: Heterodox Economics: Ten Years and Growing Stronger!, Society of Heterodox Economics, Sydney, 2011, pp 1–14.

M Costa, M Sawer and R Sharp, 'Women acting for women: the case of gender-responsive public finance in Timor-Leste', paper published in the refereed proceedings of Australian Political Science Association Conference, Canberra, 26–28 September 2011, http://arrow.unisa.edu.au:8081/1959.8/122103

Ray Broomhill and Rhonda Sharp, 'Julia Gillard's Fair Work Australia policy and the male breadwinner gender regime', conference proceedings of the annual IAFFE conference, Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou, China, 24–26 June 2011. http://editorialexpress.com/conference/IAFFE2011/program/IAFFE2011.html#27

M Costa, R Sharp, S Austen, 'Unlocking the potential for gender-sensitive public finances in Timor-Leste' in L Chester, M Johnson and P Kriesler (eds) Heterodox economics' visions, Society of Heterodox Economists 8th Annual Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2009, pp 151–168.

S Austen, J Edwards and R Sharp, 'Funding quality improvements in girls' education in Islamic schools in Indonesia' in L Chester, M Johnson and P Kriesler (eds) Heterodox economics' visions, Society of Heterodox Economists 8th Annual Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2009, pp 29–45.

Julie Mills, Judith Gill, Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, 'Sustaining and enjoying a multi-disciplinary, multi-department, multi-campus research collaboration on women in engineering', American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, 14–17 June 2009.

Suzanne Franzway, Rhonda Sharp, Julie Mills, Judith Gill, 'Flawed policy, failed politics? Managing diversity in engineering organisations', Engendering Leadership Through Research and Practice Conference, Perth, 22–24 July 2008.

R Sharp and D Elson, 'Improving budgets: a framework for assessing gender-responsive budget initiatives', presented at International Association for Feminist Economics Annual Conference, Torino, Italy, 19–21 July 2008.

R Sharp and R Broomhill, 'Restructuring the male breadwinner model? The impact of current family policies on gendered household types in Australia', presented at International Association for Feminist Economics Annual Conference, Torino, Italy, 19–21 July 2008.

'Gender-responsive budgets', Gender, Youth and Economic Empowerment in the Pacific ANU and AusAid Conference, Canberra, 16–17 April 2008.

'Gender-responsive budgeting has a role to play in financing gender equality' presented to United Nations Expert Group on Financing Gender Equality and Women's Economic Empowerment, Oslo, Norway, 7 September 2007, www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/financing_gender_equality/ExpertPapers/EP.4%20Sharp.pdf

'Gender and economic policies', presented to the United Nations Development Programme and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community at the 10th Triennial Conference of Pacific Women and the 3rd Pacific Ministers Meeting on Women, Noumea, New Caledonia, 27 May – 1 June 2007.

'The government budget', presented to the Financing Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Panel, United Nations 51st Sessions on the Status of Women, New York, 28 February 2007, www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw51/Panel_financing.html

'Financing for gender equality and the empowerment of women', United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, Fifty-first session, 2007.

R Sharp, J Mills, S Franzway, J Gill and V Adams, 'Market forces will make it happen! Management perspectives on diversity strategies in engineering workplaces', presented at Our Work ... Our Lives 2007: National conference on women and industrial relations, Adelaide, Australia, 20–21 September 2007.

'Engendering the government budget: performance budgeting and the challenge of the care economy', 35th Australian Conference of Economists, Perth, 25–27 September 2006.

R Sharp and S Austin, 'The female friendliest treasurer of them all', Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, Sydney, 11–12 December 2006.

J Gill, J Mills, R Sharp and S Franzway, 'Education beyond technical competence: gender issues in the working lives of engineers', Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Sydney, 26–29 September 2005. 

'Engendering budgets, budgetary reform and sustainable human development', Transforming the mainstream: new goals and strategies, 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Seoul, Korea, 22 June 2005.

'Towards a feminist politics of work: revisioning a research project on women engineers', Revisioning institutions: change in the twenty-first century, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Beechworth, Vic, 2004.

S Franzway, J Gill, J Mills, R Sharp and W Bastalich, 'Towards a feminist politics of work: revisioning a research project on women engineers', The Australian Sociological Association Conference (TASA), Beechworth, Vic, 8–11 December 2004.

'Government budgets and gender equality in the Pacific Islands', 9th Triennial Conference of Pacific Women, 16–19 August 2004 and 2nd Pacific Ministerial Meeting on Women, 19–20 August 2004.

Tangi Steen

'Students' use of the discussion board (DB) in online learning', paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society, Boston, MA, 18–20 January 2008.

'Questioning technology: way forward for a more technologically informed Tongan society', paper delivered at the 12th Tonga Research Conference, Nuku'alofa, Tonga, 11–14 July 2007.

'Creating an indigenous space within higher education in South Australia: what does it mean in terms of curriculum design and teaching practice?' paper presented at the 13th Conference of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies, Sarajevo, 3–7 Sept 2007.

Sarah Wendt

S Wendt and B Cheers, 'Rural cultures and domestic violence: stories from South Australian wine country', in Diversity and Inclusion: Putting the Principles to Work/Diversite et inclusion: Mettre les principes en pratique, Proceedings of the Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work Conference/Association canadienne des ecoles de service social, Dalhousie University, Halifax, in press.

S Wendt and B Cheers, 'Exploring the impact of rural culture on women's experience of domestic violence' in P Munn and J Farrin (eds) Constructing alliances across communities: proceedings of the 4th National Regional Australia Conference, Vol 1, University of South Australia, 2000, pp 201–208.

Carole Zufferey

Donna Chung, Robyn North and Carole Zufferey, 'Knowing her place: the gendered impacts of social policy on women's housing and homelessness in Australia', Homelessness Research Conference, Melbourne, 19–20 April 2012.

Dale Wache and Carole Zufferey, 'Connecting with the African-student diaspora in Australian higher education, HERDSA Conference, Hobart, 2–5 July 2012.

'The politics of homelessness in the Australian print media', TASA Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, 6–9 December 2010.

'Domestic violence and multidimensional factors: investigating the impact of domestic violence on women's health, employment and housing', 'Our Work Our Lives' 3rd National Conference, Darwin, NT, 12–13 August 2010.

Carole Zufferey, Suzanne Franzway and Donna Chung, 'The impact of domestic violence on women's employment', National Council of Single Mothers and their Children (NCSMC) Conference 'Sole Parenting in a Changing Political Climate', Adelaide, 22–23 May 2008 (invited speaker).

Suzanne Franzway and Carole Zufferey, 'Domestic violence and women's employment', 'Our Work Our Lives' Conference, 2nd National Conference on Women and Industrial Relations, Adelaide, 20–21 September 2007.

Fiona Arney, Carole Zufferey and Ruth Lange, 'Evaluation of an innovative program to enhance intersectoral collaboration between mental health and child protection services: the Mental Health Liaison Project', Australian Centre for Child Protection, May 2006.

'Social work and homelessness in Australian cities', Global Social Work Congress, Adelaide, October 2004.


Reports

Elaine Butler

Elaine Butler, Towards a sustainable economic future: women and vocational education and training. Summary of research findings and recommendations. Security4Women, 2007.

Kimberley Turner-Zeller and Elaine Butler (eds), Making it work: a study of education and training issues for women in micro and small business, Security4Women, 2007.

Kimberley Turner-Zeller and Elaine Butler (eds), Lifelong learning and work-related education and training for women returning to work and retraining, Security4Women, 2007.

Kimberley Turner-Zeller and Elaine Butler (eds), Lifelong learning: work-related education and training. meeting the needs of Australian women, Security4Women, 2007.

Elaine Butler and Robyn Woolley (eds), Getting real: young women, and girls, working futures, VET and VET in schools, Melbourne, Security4Women, 2005.

Rhonda Sharp

R Sharp and M Costa, Gender-responsive budgeting: final report for the Indonesian Learning Assistance Program for Islamic Schools (LAPIS), Jakarta, Indonesia, 2009.

J Pierce, K Thomson, R Sharp and J McKay, Social sustainability of emerging environmentally sensitive industries: a case study of oyster aquaculture on the South Australian Eyre Peninsula, Eyre Development Board and Hawke Research Institute, Adelaide, 2008.

Report of the UN Expert Group Meeting (Sharp one of 12 invited authors), Financing for gender equality and the empowerment of women, United Nations, New York, 2008.

S Schech and R Sharp, Gender analysis: concept, tools and practice, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Singapore, 2007.

Rhonda Sharp and Ray Broomhill, 'Gender-Responsive Policies and Budgets' in State of South Australia: Trends and Issues 2006 Update, Australian Institute for Social Research and the Don Dunstan Foundation, 2006.

J Spoehr, R Sharp, L Wilson, K Barnett and R McLean, Work–life balance: creating a culture of shared responsibility, Department for Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology, Adelaide, 2006.

J Spoehr, R Sharp, L Wilson and K Barnett, Work–life balance: key concepts and policy issues, Department of Further Education, Science and Technology, Adelaide, 2006.

J Spoehr, R Sharp, R Broomhill and A Burger, Women at work: toward a workforce development and women's employment strategy, Department of Further Education, Science and Technology and the SA Office for Women, Adelaide, 2005.

J Spoehr, R Sharp, L Wilson, K Barnett and R McClean, Results of the DFEEST Work–Life Balance Survey, Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology, Adelaide, 2004.

J Spoehr, R Broomhill, R Sharp, S Martin and C Medlin, Gender data online: development of a gender-disaggregated data management resource, Premier's Council for Women, Government of South Australia, Hawke Research Institute for Sustainable Societies and Australian Institute for Social Research, Adelaide, 2004.

R Sharp, S Vas Dev and J Spoehr, Youth and gender-sensitive public expenditure management in the Pacific, Final Report, Asian Development Bank, Manilla, 2003.

C Batson, R Sharp, E Ramsay and A Mackinnon, Gender patterns of access and participation in double degrees, Department of Employment, Training and Youth, Canberra, 2001.

D Budlender and R Sharp, How to do a gender-sensitive budget analysis: contemporary research and practice, Commonwealth Secretariat and AusAid, London and Canberra, 1998 (translated into Spanish by UNIFEM in 2000 for distribution in Latin America).

Sarah Wendt

D Bagshaw, T Brown, S Wendt, A Campbell, E McInnes, B Tinning, B Batagol, A Sifris, T Danielle, J Baker and P Fernandez Arias (2010) Family violence and family law in Australia: the experiences and views of children and adults from families who separated post-1995 and post-2006, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra. Prepared for the Australian Attorney General’s Department, Commonwealth of Australia.

Dale Bagshaw, Sarah Wendt and Lana Zannetinno, Preventing the abuse of older people by their family members, Stakeholder Paper, Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse, University of New South Wales, 2009.

Dale Bagshaw, Sarah Wendt and Lana Zannettino, Our actions to prevent the abuse of older South Australians 2007, research report for the Office for the Ageing, Department for Families and Communities, South Australia, 2007.

Carole Zufferey

Responding to domestic violence and Aboriginal family violence in DFC, South Australian Government, Adelaide, 2012.

Chung, Zufferey and Powell, Preventing violence against women in the workplace, Vichealth, Melbourne, 2012.


Exhibitions

Kay Lawrence

Peer reviewed exhibitions

Refereed exhibition: Kay Lawrence, 'Your heart's desire' in Heartlines, 2010 Adelaide Festival, 27–28 February 2010.

Refereed exhibition: Kay Lawrence, 'From the black book of White Australia' in Quiet Reader, Adelaide Central Gallery, 12 Feb – 13 March 2010.

Refereed exhibition: Kay Lawrence, 'Native & Feral Species 1 & 2', Creative Century, Pepper St Gallery, Adelaide, 4–25 June 2010.

Online exhibition: Kay Lawrence, 'Uraidla' in Moving Wounded, Little Weeds website, 2010, http://littleweeds.conservatory.org.au

Refereed exhibition: Kay Lawrence, 'No work for a white man', in Power Cloths of the Commonwealth, National Crafts Museum, New Delhi, India, 26 September – 20 October 2010.

Refereed exhibition: Kay Lawrence, 'House/self' in About Time, Ararat Regional Art Gallery, Ararat, Vic, 12 August – 26 September 2010.

Refereed exhibition: big name no blankets, Central TAFE Art Gallery, Northbridge WA, 6–25 July 2009,

Refereed exhibition: Distilled Matter, Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery, Tucson, Arizona, 8 September – 9 October 2009.

Refereed exhibition: Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award 2009, Wangaratta Exhibitions Gallery, Wangaratta, Vic, 20 June – 19 July 2009.

Refeered exhibition: Highlights from the Ararat Regional Art Gallery Collection, Ararat Regional Art Gallery, 4 December 2008 – 26 January 2009.

Refereed exhibition: This everything water, SASA Gallery, 28 February – 28 March, Kay Lawrence, Butcher Joe Nangan and Aubrey Tigan.

Online curated exhibition: Inspiration and Creativity, curator Mary Lane for the American Tapestry Alliance website, Sept 2008. Kay Lawrence, thinking and making: five bodies of work.

Refereed exhibition: Tattered cultures: mended histories, curator Mary Babcock, University of Hawai'i for the American Textile Society, Honolulu, Sept 2008. Kay Lawrence, Whitework.

Peer-reviewed exhibition curation

Curation of exhibition: This everything water, SASA gallery, 28 February – 28 March, Kay Lawrence, Butcher Joe Nangan and Aubrey Tigan.

Catalogue essays

Refereed catalogue essay: Kay Lawrence, 'The artist weaver and community' in About Time, Ararat Regional Art Gallery, Ararat, Vic, 12 August – 26 September 2010.

Invited catalogue essay: 'This everything water', SASA Gallery, 28 February – 28 March 2008.


Postgraduate publications

Also see the HRI postgraduate working paper series

Ann Lawless

Ann's poem 'Demanding choices' (Word 25 kb) was published in MeowPower, a feminist online journal.

Katrina Jaworski

'(Un)desirable acts of death: gendered truths in the cultural production of suicide' in E Lorek-Jezinska and K Wieckowska (eds), Corporeal inscriptions: representations of the body in cultural and literary texts and practices, Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, Torun, Poland, 2005, pp 209–220.

'Suicide and gender: reading suicide through Butler's notion of performativity', Voicing Dissent, New Talents 21C, Journal of Australian Studies, 76, 2003, 137–146, 247–249.

'Bodily inscriptions and gender in legal discourses of suicide', Sister in Law: A Feminist Law Review, 6, 2002, 168–184.

Book review: 'Youth studies: an Australian perspective', Journal of Sociology, 36(1), 2000, 115–116.

'Challenging a classic: gendered dilemmas in Durkheim's suicide' in M Collis, L Munro and S Russell (eds) Proceedings of Challenges and Prospects: Sociology for a New Millennium, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Monash University, Churchill, 1999, pp 231–238.

Areas of study and research

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