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McDonald, Lisa (2015) Ecology, alterity-art. The International Journal of Science in Society, 6 (2). pp. 13-23. ISSN 1836-6236
Smith, Heather and Gehrmann, Richard (2014) Branding the muscled male body as military costume. In: Fashion and War in Popular Culture. Intellect Press/University of Chicago Press, Bristol UK, pp. 57-71. ISBN 978-1-84150-751-4
Louth, Sharon (2013) Mentoring indigenous secondary school students to raise educational aspirations. In: 6th Annual International Mentoring Institute Conference 2013: Impact and Effectiveness of Developmental Relationships, 29 Oct-1 Nov 2013 , Albuquerque, NM. United States.
Gehrmann, Richard and Smith, Heather (2013) Bronzed, buffed and tattooed: the new brand of soldier shaped and shipped by popular culture. In: 4th Annual Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference (PopCAANZ 2013), 24-26 Jun 2013, Brisbane, Australia.
Nieberg, Thorsten (2012) People beyond the state: human security, identities and governance. Case studies of German expatriates in the Hong Kong special administrative region and selected locales in Thailand. [Thesis (PhD/Research)] (Unpublished)
Mason, Andrew and Gehrmann, Richard (2011) No Brideshead Revisited, no summer of love in the empty quadrangle: challenges to scholarship in the on-line age. In: 2010 Cultural Studies Association of Australasia National Conference: A Scholarly Affair (CSAA 2010), 7-9 Dec 2010, Byron Bay, Australia.
McDonald, Lisa (2011) Figuring fertility: poetics in the cultural practices of reproductive science. Post Pressed, Brisbane, Australia. ISBN 9781921214837
Colclough, Gillian (2010) The devil gets into the belfry under the parson's skirts: vox populi and early modern religion. In: From Augustine to Anglicanism: The Anglican Church in Australia and Beyond, 12-14 Feb 2010, Brisbane, Australia.
Johnson, Laurie (2010) GUI faces/sticky ethics. Transformations (18). pp. 1-14.
Johnson, Laurie (2009) Nobler in the mind: the emergence of early modern anxiety. AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association. pp. 141-156. ISSN 0001-2793
Graham, Coralie and Perrin, Cheryl and Roberts, Glenn (2009) Bachelor of Nursing program enrolment sessions for newly arrived international students. In: 3rd National Conference for Enabling Education: Enabling Pathways, 25-27 Nov 2009, Toowoomba, Australia.
Austin, Jon (2008) The unbeatable whiteness of the iPod. In: iPod and philosophy: iCon of an ePoch. Popular Culture and Philosophy (34). Open Court, Chicago, IL. United States, pp. 97-113. ISBN 978-0-8126-9651-6
Lee, Christopher (2007) War is not a christian mission: racial invasion and religious crusade in H.S. Gullett's Official History of the Australian Imperial Force in Sinai and Palestine. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 7. pp. 85-96. ISSN 1447-8986
Musgrove, Brian (2006) Dealing with the demon: drugs, history and society. Marcus Boon The Road of Excess: A History of Writers on Drugs, Cambridge, Mass, Harvard University Press, 2002 (339 pp). ISBN 0-674-00914-2 [Book review]. Australian Review of Public Affairs. ISSN 1832-1526
Mason, Andrew (2006) Monumental Queensland: signposts on a cultural landscape, by Lisanne Gibson and Joanna Besley [Review]. Network Review of Books. ISSN 1833-0932
Musgrove, Brian (2004) Does coffee lead to heroin?: youth, drugs and the discourse of Australian modernisation. Eucalypt, 3. pp. 61-75.
Van Der Vyver, Glen and Lane, Michael S. (2003) Using the new generation of IS development techniques in effective group learning: a pilot study of a team-based approach in an IT Course. In: 2003 Informing Science + Information Technology Education Joint Conference 2003 (InSITE 2003), 24-27 June 2003, Pori, Finland.
Pocock, Celmara (2002) Identifying social values in archival sources: change, continuity and invention in tourist experiences of the Great Barrier Reef. In: 6th International Symposium: a multi-disciplinary Symposium on Coastal Zone Research, Management and Planning (Littoral 2002): The Changing Coast, 22-26 Sep 2002, Porto, Portugal.