- Dwyer, Philip, Napoleon, 1769-1799: The Path to Power. London: Bloomsbury, 2007.
- Dwyer, Philip and Forrest, Alan (eds), Napoleon and His Empire: Europe 1804-1814. London: Palgrave Macmillan 2007.
- Morpeth Neil Anthony. Thucydides' War: Accounting for the Faces of Conflict, Olms, Hildesheim, 2006.
- Haskins, Victoria, One Bright Spot. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
- Haskins, Victoria, Cole, Anna & Paisley, Fiona (eds), Uncommon Ground: White Women in Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 2005
- Maogoto, Jackson, Battling Terrorism: Legal Perspectives on the Use of Force and the War on Terror Ashgate Publishers Ltd, Aldershot, UK, 2005. (221 pp).
- Bennett, J. Rats and Revolutionaries: The Labour Movement in Australia and New Zealand, 1890-1940 Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2004.
- Maogoto, Jackson, War Crimes and Realpolitik: From World War I into the 21st Century Lynne Rienner Publishers, Colorado, USA, International Studies and Comparative Politics Series, 2004 (267 pp).
- Maogoto, Jackson, International Criminal Law and State Sovereignty: Versailles to Rome Transnational Publishers Inc., New York, USA, International Comparative and Criminal Law Series, 2003 (311 pp).
- Dwyer, Philip and Forrest, Alan, ‘Napoleon and His Empire: Some Issues and Perspectives,’ in Philip Dwyer and Alan Forrest (eds), Napoleon and His Empire: Europe 1804-1814. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, pp. 1-15.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘Dancing in the Dust: A Gendered History of Indigenising Australian Cultural History’, in Margaret Allen & R K Dhawan (eds), Intersections: Gender, Race and Ethnicity in Australasian Studies, Prestige Books, New Delhi, 2007: 55-75.
- Maogoto, Jackson, "East Timor's Tortured March to Statehood: The Triangle of Self-Determination, International Norms and Realpolitik" in Timor-Leste: Issues of Justice and Human Rights (William Binchy and Aoife Nolan, eds.) (Clarus Press, 2007).
- Maogoto, Jackson, "Superior Orders Defence in International Law" in Rethinking International Criminal Law: The Substantive Part (Olaoluwa Olusanya, ed.) (Europa Publishing, 2007).
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Friendly Mission, the historians and the contest for G.A. Robinson and Truganini’, in David Owen (ed) Friendly Mission: Companion Essays. Quintus Publishing, Hobart: 12 pp.
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Multiple killings of Aborigines in Tasmania 1804-1835’. Entry for JacquesSemelin, (ed) Online Encyclopaedia of Massacre and Genocide, Paris: 18 pp.
- Morris, B. and Kapferer, B. (2006) ‘Nationalism and Neo-Populism in Australia: Hansonism and the Politics of the New Right in Australia’, in A. Gingrich and M. Banks (eds) Neo-Nationalism in Europe and Beyond, Oxford: Berghahn Books.
- Reynolds, Wayne Maxwell, '(Mis)adventures in Brinkmanship: Whitlam and the Governor-General’, The Great Mistakes of Australian History, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, pp.203-218
- Bellemore, J. (2005) ‘Cato’s opposition to Caesar in 59’ in K. Welch and T.W. Hillard (eds) Roman Crossings: theory and practice in the Roman Republic, Classical Press of Wales; Swansea, pp.225-57.
- Griffiths, T., and Ladwig, J.G. (2003). Meritocracy and the Competitive Individual: The Australian Case, in R. Rinne, M. Aro, J. Kivirauma, and H. Simola (Eds). Adolescents Facing the Educational Politics of the 21st Century: Comparative Survey of Five National Cases and Three Welfare Models, Turku: Finnish Educational Research Association.
- Gore, J. M., and Griffiths, T. (2003). Beyond words and numbers: Towards a more productive agenda for teacher education in literacy and numeracy, In W. Louden et al (Eds). Prepared to Teach: An Investigation into the preparation of teachers to teach literacy and numeracy. Canberra: Department of Education, Science and training.
- Haskins, Victoria (with Anna Cole & Fiona Paisley) ‘Preface’ in Anna Cole, Victoria Haskins & Fiona Paisley (eds) Uncommon Ground: White Women and Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 2005: xiii-xxxi.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘A Devotion I Hope I May Fully Repay: Joan Kingsley-Strack’, in Anna Cole, Victoria Haskins & Fiona Paisley (eds) Uncommon Ground: White Women and Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 2005: 57-79.
- Markwick, Roger, ‘Women and the Historiography of Revolution’, in Mary Spongberg, Ann Curthoys and Barbara Caine (eds), Companion to Women’s Historical Writing (Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK & New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 2005), pp. 451-484.
- Markwick, Roger, ‘Thaws and Freezes in Soviet historiography, 1953-64’, in Polly A. Jones (ed.), The Dilemmas of De-Stalinisation: a Social and Cultural History of Reform in the Khrushchev Era (London: Routledge-Curzon, 2005), pp. 173-192.
- Morris, B. (2005) 'Moseley, J.' (c. 1850-1938), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Supplementary Volume, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
- Bennett, J. 'The New Zealand Labour Movement and International Communism 1921- c. 1938' in Alex Trapeznik & Aaron Fox (eds) Lenin's Legacy Down Under. New Zealand's Cold War Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2004, 73-91 & 205-11.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘‘Fear the Bitch who Sheds No Tears’: The Persistence of the Female Scapegoat in Cultural Representations of Frontier Violence and Stolen Generations’, in Sue Williams, Dymphna Lonergan, Rick Hosking, Laura Deane and Nena Bierbaum (eds), The Regenerative Spirit Volume 2: (Un)settling,(Dis)locations, (Post-)colonial, (Re)Presentations Australian Post-Colonial Reflections, Lythrum Press, Adelaide, 2004: 150-159.
- Morris, B. ‘Anthropology and the State: the Ties that Bind’, Expert Knowledge First World Peoples, Consultancy and Anthropology, Berghahn Books, Canada, 102-115.
- Baynham, Elizabeth Jane (2003) ‘Antipater and Athens’, The Macedonians in Athens 322-229 B.C., Oxbow Books, Oxford, ppx x266: 23-29.
- Baynham, Elizabeth Jane, (2003) ‘The Ancient Evidence For Alexander the Great’, Brill's Companion to Alexander the Great, Brill, Leiden, pp.3-29.
- Reynolds, Wayne Maxwell, 'In the Wake of Canada: Australia's Middle Power Diplomacy and the attempt to join the Atomic Special Relationship, 1943-1957’, Parties Long Estranged: Australia and Canada in the Twentieth Century, British Columbia University Press, Vancouver, pp.151-182
- Reynolds, Wayne Maxwell, 'Whatever Happened to the Fourth British Empire? The role of the Empire in Britain's quest for nuclear weapons’, Cold War Britain, 1947-64: New Perspectives, Palgrave, London, pp.127-142
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Who is the fabricator?’ in Robert Manne (ed.) Whitewash: On KeithWindschuttle’s Fabrication of Aboriginal History. Black Inc. Press, Melbourne, pp.230-258.
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Waterloo Creek, northern New South Wales, 1838’, in Bain Attwood &S.G. Foster (eds.) Frontier Conflict. The Australian Experience. National Museum of Australia, Canberra, pp.33-43.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘Domestic Service and Frontier Feminism: the call for a Woman Visitor to ‘Half-Caste’ girls and women in domestic service, Adelaide, 1925-1928’, Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies Domestic Frontiers: The Home and Colonization (special double issue 28:1-2) 124-164
- Haskins, Victoria, (with Margaret Jacobs) ‘Introduction’, Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies. Domestic Frontiers: The Home and Colonization (special double issue 28:1-2) ix-xvi
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'A People Betrayed-The Darfur Crisis and International Law: Rethinking Westphalian Sovereignty In the 21st Century', Bond Law Review, Volume 19, No.2 (2007) (Co-authored with Dr Kithure Kindiki).
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'East Timor's Tortured March to Statehood: A Tale of Legal Exclusion & the Vagaries of Realpolitik', University of Notre Dame Law Review Volume 9 (2007).
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The Final Frontier: The Laws of Armed Conflict and Space Warfare', Connecticut Journal of International Law, Volume 23, No.1 (2007) (Co-authored with Professor Steven Freeland).
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The Superior Orders Defence: A Game of Musical Chairs and the Jury Is Still Out', Flinders Journal of Legal Reform, Volume 10, No. 2 (2007).
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Torturing the Rule of Law: USA and the Post 9-11 Legal World', St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary, Volume 21, No. 3 (2007) (Co-authored with Benedict Sheehy) pp 689-725.
- Ryan, Lyndall, 'The Elizabeth River Massacre in Van Diemen's Land, 12 April 1827: How Do We Know?' Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and History. Online Journal.
- Bennett, J., 'Fifty Years of Parker and Hulme: A Survey of Some Major Textual Representations and their Ideological Significance', Journal of New Zealand Studies, 4:11-37.
- Bennett, J., 'Medicine, Sexuality and High Anxiety in 1950s New Zealand: Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures (1994)', Health and History: Journal of Australian and New Zealand Society for the History of Medicine, 8:2 (Dec): 147-75.
- Bennett, J. & May, J. 'Introduction' to Gendered Readings in History and Film in Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 10:1 (Jan):i-ix.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘Beyond Complicity: questions and issues for white women in Aboriginal history’, Australian Humanities Review, 39, July.
- Markwick, Roger, ‘Cultural history under Khrushchev and Brezhnev: from social-psychology to mentalités’, The Russian Review, Vol. 65, No. 2, April 2006, pp. 283-301.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The Private Military Firm-Subcontracting Sovereignty: The Commodification of Military Force and the Fragmentation of the State's Authority', Brown Journal of World Affairs, Volume 13, No 1 (2006) pp 147-160.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Contemporary Private Military Firms Under International Law: An Unregulated "Gold Rush"', Adelaide Law Review, Volume 26, No 2 (2006) (Co-authored with Benedict Sheehy) pp 245-269.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Walking an International Tightrope: Use of Military force to Counter Terrorism', Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Volume 31, No 2(2006) pp 405-461.
- Reynolds, Wayne Maxwell, 'Beyond White Australia: Australian Education and the Engagement of Asia after the Second World War’, The International Journal of Learning, Vol.13, pp.7-14
- Griffiths, T. (2005). 'Learning 'To Be Somebody': Cuban Youth in the Special Period'. International Journal of Learning, 11: 1267-1274.
- Haskins, Victoria, (with John Maynard) ‘Sex, Race and Power: Aboriginal men and white women in Australian history’, Australian Historical Studies: Histories of Sexuality (special issue eds Steven Angelides & Barbara Baird), vol.36, no.126, October: 191-216.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘& so we are “Slave owners”!: Employers and the NSW Aborigines Protection Board Trust Funds’, Labour History, no.88, May: 143-160 (Australian Society for the Study of Labour History and Unions NSW Prize for Best Article in Labour History 2005/6)
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Sovereignty in Transition: Human Rights and International Justice'. University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review Volume 7, (2005) pp 83-98.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The Military Ascent into Space: From Playground to Battleground: The New Uncertain Game in the Heavens', Netherlands International Law Review, Volume 52, No. 1, (2005) pp 389-416.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: New Icing on an Old Cake-An Opportunity for Fair Trade?' Macquarie Journal of Business Law, Volume 2, 2005, (Co-authored with Benedict Sheehy) (2005) pp 169-188.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'America's War on Terror: Rattling International Law with Raw Power?' Newcastle Law Review Volume 8, No 2 (2004-5) pp 19-28.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Democracy's Global Quest: A Noble Crusade Wrapped in Dirty Reality?' (Co-authored with Andrew Coleman), Suffolk Transnational Law Review, Volume 27, No 2 (2005) pp 175-242.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Countering Terrorism-From Wigged Judges to Helmeted Soldiers? Legal Perspectives on America's Counter-Terrorism Responses'. San Diego International Law Journal. Volume 6, No 1 (2005) pp 243-294.
- Morpeth Neil Anthony, ’Marc Bloch, Strange Defeat, The Historian's Craft and World War II: Writing and Teaching Contemporary History’, The European Legacy, 10 179-195 (2005)
- Morris, B. (2005) ‘A Crisis in Identity: Aborigines, Media, the Law and Politics - Civil Disturbance in an Australian Town’, Critique of Anthropology, Volume 25, Number 1, pp.59-85.
- Gore, J. M., Griffiths, T. and Ladwig, J. G. (2004). “Towards better teaching: productive pedagogy as a framework for teacher education”. Teaching and Teacher Education, 20, 375-387.
- Haskins, Victoria, ‘‘A better chance’? – sexual abuse and the apprenticeship of Aboriginal girls under the NSW Aborigines Protection Board’, Aboriginal History, vol.28: 33-58.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Silencing Human Rights in the Clash of Arms? Israel's Official Policy of "Targeted Killings"-A Dark Side in Fighting Terrorism'. Human Rights Global Focus Journal (October 2004) pp 5-11.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: A Paper Umbrella in the Rain? Initial Pitfalls and Brighter Prospects'. Nordic Journal of International Law, Volume 73, No 2 (2004) pp 187-221.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'A Giant Without Limbs: The International Criminal Court's State-Centric Cooperation Regime'. University of Queensland Law Journal, Volume 23, No 1, (2004) pp 102-132.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'New Frontiers, Old Problems: The War on Terror and the Notion of Anticipating the Enemy'. Netherlands International Law Review Volume 51, No. 1(2004) pp 1-39.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The Final Balance Sheet? The International Criminal Court's Challenges and Concessions to the Westphalian Model'. Flinders Journal of Legal Reform, Volume 7, No. 1 (2004) pp 261-286.
- Morris, B. (2004) ‘Abolishing ATSIC in the Enabling State’, The Australian Journal of Anthropology, Volume 15, Number 3, pp.324-328.
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘George Augustus Robinson 1788-1866’ Entry in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, Oxford - Online: www.oxforddnb.com/articles/52/52427-article.html 2004.
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Risdon Cove and the Massacre of 3 May 1804: Their Place in Tasmanian History’, Tasmanian Historical Studies, Vol.9: 107-123.
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Mother and Daughter Feminists, 1969-1973. Or why didn’t Edna Ryan join 'Women’s Liberation?’ Australian Feminist Studies, vol.19, no.43: 75-86.
- Bennett, J., '"Massey's Sunday School Picnic Party": "The Other Anzacs" or Honorary Australians?', War and Society, 21:2 (Oct): 23-54.
- Bellemore, J. (2003) ‘Cassius Dio 57.20.1-57.22.4 and the Chronology of A.D. 21’, Classical Quarterly Volume 53, Number 1, pp.268-85.
- Haskins, Victoria, “Fear the bitch who sheds no tears’: The cultural depiction of the white female scapegoat in Australian historical drama’, Lilith, no.12: 50-64.
- Haskins, Victoria, “Could you see to the return of my Daughter’: Aboriginal Fathers and Daughters under the NSW Aborigines Protection Board Apprenticeship Policy in Interwar NSW’, Australian Historical Studies, vol.34, no.121, April: 106-121.
- Kapferer, B. and Morris, B. (2003) ‘The Australian Society of the State: Egalitarian Ideologies and New Directions in Exclusionary Practice’, Social Analysis, Volume 47, Number 2, pp.80-107.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Rushing To Break the Law? "The Bush Doctrine" of Pre-Emptive Strikes and the UN Charter Regime on the Use of Force'. University of Western Sydney Law Review, Volume 7 (2003) pp 1-34.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'Democratic Governance: An Emerging Customary Norm? University of Notre Dame' Australia Law Review, Volume 5, (2003) pp 55-79.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'War on the Enemy: Self-Defence and State-Sponsored Terrorism'. Melbourne Journal of International Law, Volume 4, No. 2 (2003) pp 406-438.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: A Distorting Mirror; Casting Doubt on its Actor-oriented Approach in Addressing the Rwandan Genocide'. African Journal of Conflict Resolution, (2003 Edition) pp 55-97.
- Maogoto, Jackson, 'After The Party, Is There A Cure for The Hangover? The Challenges of the Global Economy to Westphalian Sovereignty' (Co-authored with Andrew Coleman). Legal Issues in Economic Integration, Volume 30, No. 1, (2003) pp 35-59.
- Morpeth Neil Anthony, ’Thucydides and Internal War’, The International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), 9:6, 2003 xi+410.
- Morris, B. and Bastin, R. (eds) (2003) 'Expert Knowledge: First World Peoples, Consultancy, and Anthropology', Social Analysis, Forum Series, Volume 47, Number 1, pp.77-83.
- Morris, B. and Bastin, R. (2003) ‘Introduction’, Social Analysis, Expert Knowledge: First World Peoples, Consultancy, and Anthropology, Forum Series, Volume 46, Number 1, pp.77-83.
- Morris, B. (2003) ‘Anthropology and the State: the Ties that Bind’, Social Analysis, Volume 47, Number 1, pp.137-144.
- Reynolds, Wayne Maxwell (2003) 'On Writing about Australian Military History after the Second World War: The Need for Integration’, Australian Historical Studies, Vol.34, pp.169-171
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Reflection by a Target of a Media Witch Hunt’, History Australia, Vol. I.,No.1:105-109.
- Ryan, Lyndall, ‘The Right Book for the Right Time?’ Labour History, No.85:202-6.
- Griffiths, T. Gore, J.M., and Ladwig, J. (November 2006). Teachers' fundamental beliefs, commitment to reform, and the quality pf pedagogy. Annual Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, Adelaide.
- Markwick, Roger, ‘Diary of a “Night Witch”: the making of a Soviet woman flyer in the Great Patriotic War, 1941-45’, in Stephan Atzert and Andrew G. Bonnell (eds), Europe's Pasts and Present. Proceedings of the XIV Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European History (Unley, SA: Australian Humanities Press, 2004), pp. 339-354.
- Markwick, Roger, ‘Stalinism at War: Moscow, June-December 1941’ in Christian Leitz and Joseph Zizek (eds), Writing Europe's Pasts. Proceedings of the XIII Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European History (Unley, SA: New Humanities Press, 2003), pp. 325-336.