‘Technology integrated learning’ Transforming Learning Conference Proceedings (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, 2015).
‘The Flavour of Choice: Neo-liberalism and the Espresso Aesthetic’ Coffee & Philosophy - Grounds for Debate: Philosophy for Everybody. Series Editor, Scott Parker (London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011) ISBN: 9781444337129
‘Exploring excellence in teaching through public art’ Inspire (Issue 1, February, 2011)
‘Concept takes form: Vergangenheitsbewältigung in the work of Joseph Beuys’ Concentrationary Memories:
the Politics of Representation 1945-1985. (University of Leeds, 2009) ISBN: 0955334853
‘Writing About Art: Making Art’ Stock e-journal(no.165, July, 2008)
‘Review: Decorama at Inflight – Fiona Lee’ Artlink – Australian Arts Journal (Volume 26, number 4, 2006)
The Honourable Senator Catalogue (Hobart: Contemporary Art Services Tasmania, 2007) ISBN: 0947335552
‘Art and the Representation of Political Trauma’ Trauma Research Network Online Journal (University of Heidelberg, August, 2005)
‘Review: APT3 – Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery’, Minni Magazine (Volume 11, September, 1999)
Concept Takes Form: Post-philosophical Essays on Contemporary Art Doctoral Thesis, University of Tasmania. Submitted December, 2010.
Unity in Diversity: Reading Joseph Beuys Honours Thesis, Griffith University. 2002
Lectures, Presentations & Conferences
‘Technology integrated learning’ Transforming Learning Conference, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. September 15, 2015.
‘A Political Reading of Arts Practice: How Form Shapes Thought’ 5th International Conference on the Arts in Society. University of Sydney, Australia. July 22, 2010.
‘Creativity as an Emancipatory Practice’ Arts Workshop. High Noon Festival, Melbourne. 18 September, 2011.
‘Theodor Adorno, Joseph Beuys, Vergangenheitsbewältigung’ Philosophy and the work of Art Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy. Monash University, Melbourne. 29 November, 2009.
‘Intersections : Provocations’ 10 x 10 x 10 Australian Architecture Week 2009 Lectures. Australian Institute of Architects, Hobart. 26 October, 2009
‘Thinking takes form: Vergangenheitsbewältigung in the work of Joseph Beuys’ Concentrationary Memories:
the Politics of Representation 1945-1985 Centre for Art History and Theory, University of Leeds, UK. 23-25 March, 2009.
‘Memory and Representation in Politics’, Culture Incorporated: Bodies, Technologies, Habitats. Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. 8 December, 2004.
‘John Everett Millais: the case of the disappearing hands’, Victorian Identities Conference, Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities/Australasian Victorian Studies Association, Griffith University, Brisbane. 6 February, 2003.
‘The post-secular aesthetic in post-war Germany’ Griffith University Centre for Public Culture and Ideas Annual Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane. 16 November, 2001.