Adam-Smith, Patsy. Australian Women at War. Melbourne, Vic.: Thomas Nelson, 1984.
Baker, Jeannine. Women War Reporters: Boer War to Vietnam. Sydney: NewSouth Publishing, 2015.
Baker, Jeannine. “Lines of demarcation: Australian women war reporters in Europe during World War II.” History Australia 12, no. 1 (2015), 187–206.
Baker, Jeannine. “Marginal creatures: Australian women war reporters during World War II.” History Compass 13, no. 2 (2015): 40–50.
Baker, Jeannine. “‘All the glamour of the East’: Tilly Shelton-Smith reports from Malaya, 1941.” Australian Historical Studies 41, no. 2 (2010): 198–216.
Bird, Katie. “Confined to the Mainland?: Australian Women War Correspondents Reporting from Overseas During World War Ii.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 11 (2002): 73-86.
Butler, Janet. “Journey into War: a woman’s diary.” Australian Historical Studies 37, no. 127 (2006): 203-217.
Butler, Janet. Kitty’s War: The Remarkable Wartime Experience of Kit McNaughton. St Lucia: Queensland University Press, 2013.
Butler, Janet. Kitty’s War: The Remarkable Wartime Experience of Kit McNaughton. Brisbane: Queensland Press University, 2013.
Crotty, Martin. “Masculinity, Civics and War: From the Public Schools to the RSL.” Intersections: Gender, Race and Ethnicity in Australasian Studies, edited by M. Allen and R. K. Dhawan, 37-54. Janakpuri, New Delhi: Prestige Books.
Crotty, Martin. “Our schools and the war.” Australian Historical Studies 44 2 (2013): 318-319.
Crotty, Martin. “Performing Military Manhood: The Wartime Head of the River Races in Melbourne, 1915–1918.” Journal of Australian Studies 30, no. 89 (January 1, 2006): 15–26.
Crotty, Martin. “Scouts down under: Scouting, militarism and ‘manliness’ in Australia, 1908-1920.” Scouting frontiers: Youth and the Scout movement’s first century, edited by Nelson R. Block and Tammy M. Proctor, 74-88. Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009.
Damousi, Joy and Marilyn Lake, ed. Gender and War: Australians at War in the Twentieth Century. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Davis, Lynne. “Jessie Street and War-Time Child Care.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 6 (1989): 33-49.
De Vries, Susanna, and Ebooks Corporation. Australian Heroines of World War One: Gallipoli, Lemnos and the Western Front. Chapel Hill, Brisbane. Pirgos Press, 2013.
Fallows, Carol. Love & War: Stories of War Brides from the Great War to Vietnam. Sydney, N.S.W.; London: Bantam Books, 2002.
Ford, Ruth. “Disciplined, Punished, and Resisting Bodies: Lesbian Women and the Australian Armed Services, 1950s-60s.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 9 (1996): 53-77.
Garton, Stephen. ““Fit Only for the Scrap Heap”: Rebuilding Returned Soldier Manhood in Australia after 1945.” Gender & History 20, no. 1 (2008): 48-67.
Garton, Stephen. “War and Masculinity in Twentieth Century Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies 22, no. 56 (1998): 86-95.
Ginn, Geoffrey A.C. “Holy Ground and Mortal Promises: The Campaigns for the Mothers’ Memorial, Toowoomba.” Journal of Australian Studies 34, no. 3 (September 1, 2010): 331–46.
Hancock, Eleanor. “Women, Combat and the Military.” Journal of Australian Studies 17, no. 37 (June 1, 1993): 88–98.
Hardisty, Sue. Thanks Girls and Goodbye: The Story of the Australian Women’s Land Army 1942-45. Ringwood, Vic.: Viking O’Neil, 1990.
Harman, Kristyn. “‘Doing a grand job of war work’: Tasmanian Girl Guides’ Local and National Service During Two World Wars.” Tasmanian Historical Studies 20 (2015): 1-21.
Harman, Kristyn. “Murdering Snow and Ruling the North: The Rise and Fall of Affective Colonialism in New Zealand.” Historicising Heritage and Emotions: The Affective Histories of Blood, Stone and Land from Medieval Britain to Colonial Australia, edited by Alicia Marchant, Routledge Studies in Heritage Series. London: Routledge, (forthcoming, 2018).
Harris, Kirsty. More than bombs and bandages: Australian Army nurses at work in World War I. Newport, NSW: Big Sky Publishing, 2011.
Haskins, Victoria. “The Girl Who Wanted to Go to War: Female Patriotism and Gender Construction in Australia’s Great War.” History Australia 14, no. 2 (2017): 169-86.
Howard, Ann. Where Do We Go from Here? : Compelling Postwar Experiences of Australian Ex-Servicewomen 1945 – 1948. Sydney, NSW: Tarka, 1994.
Kelham, Megg. “War & Peace: A Case of Global Need, National Unity and Local Dissent? A Closer Look at Australia’s Greenham Common.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 19 (2013): 76-91.
Laing, Kate. “‘The White Australia Nettle’: Women’s Internationalism, Peace, and the White Australia Policy in the Interwar Years.” History Australia 14, no. 2 (2017): 218-36.
Lemar, Susan. “‘Sexually Cursed, Mentally Weak and Socially Untouchable’: Women and Venereal Diseases in World War Two Adelaide.” Journal of Australian Studies 27, no. 79 (January 1, 2003): 153–64.
Millar, Erica. “Carving a Feminine Space in a Masculine Environment: The Diary of an Australian Military Nurse.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 14 (2005): 41-51.
Murphy, Kate. “The ‘Most Dependable Element of Any Country’s Manhood’: Masculinity and Rurality in the Great War and Its Aftermath.” History Australia 5, no. 3 (2008): 72.1-72.20.
Murray, Suellen. “Taking the Toys from the Boys: Feminism and Australian Women’s Peace Activism in the 1980s.” Australian Feminist Studies 25, no. 63 (March 1, 2010): 3–15.
Oppenheimer, Melanie. Australian Women and War. Woden, A.C.T.: Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs, 2008.
Patrick, Rachel. “‘Speaking across the Borderline’: Intimate Connections, Grief and Spiritualism in the Letters of Elizabeth Stewart During the First World War.” History Australia 10, no. 3 (2013): 109-28.
Riseman, Noah J. “‘Just Another Start to the Denigration of Anzac Day’: Evolving Commemorations of Australian LGBTI Military Service.” Australian Historical Studies 48, no. 1 (January 2, 2017): 35–51.
Saunders, Kay. “Not for Them Battle Fatigues: The Australian Women’s Land Army in the Second World War.” Journal of Australian Studies 21, no. 52 (January 1, 1997): 81–87.
Scates, Bruce, and Raelene Frances. Women and the Great War. Cambridge, England; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Scott, Jean. Girls with Grit: Memories of the Australian Women’s Land Army. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1986.
Smart, Judith. “The Great War and the ‘Scarlet Scourge’: Debates About Venereal Diseases in Melbourne During World War I.” In An Anzac Muster: War and Society in Australia and New Zealand 1914-18 and 1939-45, edited by Judith Smart and Tony Wood, 58-85. Melbourne: Monash Publications in History, 1992.
Speck, Catherine. “Anzac Day: an alternative tradition.” Reflections on Anzac Day: From One Millennium to the Next, edited by R. Rentschler and A. M. Hede, 147-162. Melbourne: Heidelberg Press, 2010.
Speck, Catherine. “Facing Death: The Paintings of Australian War Artist Stella Bowen.” Working Memory: Women and Work in World War II, edited by in M. Kadar and M. J. Perreault, 213-232. Waterloo ON, Canada: Sir Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2015.
Speck, Catherine. “Picturing War’s Affects on the Home-front during the First World War.” Constructing the Memory of War in Visual Culture since 1914: The Eye on War, edited by A. Murray, 28-38. New York: Routledge, 2018.
Speck, Catherine. “Power Dressing: Women in the Military.” Australian Journal of Art 14, no. 2 (1999): 149-163.
Speck, Catherine. “The Australian War Museum, women artists and the national memory of the First World War.” When the Soldiers Return, edited by Martin Crotty, 277-290. Melbourne: RMIT Informit, 2009.
Speck, Catherine. “Women artists and the representation of the First World War.” Journal of Australian Studies 23, no. 60 (1999): 27-39.
Speck, Catherine. “Women’s War Memorials and Citizenship.” Australian Feminist Studies 11, no. 23 (1996): 129-145.
Speck, Catherine. Beyond the Battlefield: Women Artists in the Two World Wars, London: Reaktion, 2014.
Speck, Catherine. Painting Ghosts: Australian Women Artists in Wartime. St Leonards, NSW: Craftsman House, 2004.
Thomson, Alistair. Anzac Memories: Living with the Legend, 2nd edition. Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2013.
Twomey, Christina. “‘A Novel Form of War Memorial’: The Aif Malaya Nursing Scholarship and Australia-Asia Relations.” History Australia 14, no. 2 (2017): 250-65.
Twomey, Christina. “Australian Nurse POWs: Gender, War and Captivity.” Australian Historical Studies 36, no. 124 (2004): 255-74.
Twomey, Christina. “Captive Women and Audiences: Internment in the Asia-Pacific in World War II.” Meanjin 58, no. 1 (1999): 45-57.
Twomey, Christina. “Captivity, Human Rights and World War Ii: Japanese Captors and the Military Sexual Slavery of Western Women.” In Citizenship, Social Justice and Human Rights: International Historical Perspectives, edited by Joy Damousi and Kat Ellinghaus, 371-81. Carlton: University of Melbourne, 1999.
Twomey, Christina. “Double Displacement: Western Women Return from Japanese Internment in World War Ii.” Gender & History 21, no. 3 (2009): 670-84.
Twomey, Christina. “Emaciation or Emasculation: Photographic Images, White Masculinity and Captivity by the Japanese.” Journal of Men’s Studies 15, no. 3 (2007): 295-310.
Twomey, Christina. “Problems in Paradise: Race, Gender and Historical ‘Truth’ in Paradise Road.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies 10, no. 1 (2006): 30-52.
Twomey, Christina. “Retaining Integrity? Sex, Race and Gender in Narratives of Western Women Detained by the Japanese in World War Ii.” In Prisoners of War, Prisoners of Peace: Captivity, Homecoming and Memory in World War Ii, edited by Bob Moore and Barbara Hately-Broad, 175-84. Oxford: Berg, 2005.
Twomey, Christina. “Revisiting a Town Like Alice.” Australian Feminist Studies 21, no. 49 (2006): 85-102.
Twomey, Christina. “Trauma and the Reinvigoration of Anzac: An Argument.” History Australia 10, no. 3 (2013): 85-105.
Twomey, Christina. Australia’s Forgotten Prisoners: Civilians Interned by the Japanese in World War Two. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Twomey, Christina. The Battle Within: POWs in Postwar Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press, 2018.
Willis, Ian. “Wartime Volunteering in Camden.” History Australia 2, no. 1 (2005): 9.1-9.10.
Woollacott, Angela. “The First World War and Australian National Identity in Dorothy Hewett’s play The Man From Mukinupin.” Women, The First World War and the Dramatic Imagination, edited by Claire M. Tylee, 153-70. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
Ziino, Bart. “Eligible Men: Men, Families and Masculine Duty in Great War Australia.” History Australia 14, no. 2 (2017): 202-17.