Burton, Tom. Long Words Bother Me, with illustrations by Michael Atchison. Stroud, Glos: Sutton, 2004. pp. xx + 242. [A revised reprint of Words, Words, Words (1995) and Words in Your Ear (1998), with new material added.]
Greentree, Rosemary. The Middle English Lyric and Short Poem. Annotated Bibliographies of Old and Middle English Literature 7. General Ed. T.L. Burton. Cambridge: Brewer, 2001. pp. x + 570.
Nettelbeck, Amanda, Robert Foster and Rick Hosking. Fatal Collisions: Myths of the South Australian Frontier and the Violence of Memory. Adelaide:Wakefield Press, 2001.
Burton, Tom. Sidrak and Bokkus: A Parallel-Text Edition from Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 559 and British Library, MS Lansdowne 793 . 2 Vols, Early English Text Society, Original Series 311 and 312. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998–99.
Edited Collections and Journals
Hosking, Sue and Dianne Schwerdt, eds. extensions: essays in english studies from Shakespeare to the Spice Girls. Wakefield Press, 1999.
McEntee, Joy, ed. m/c: a journal of media and culture . 'Fight' special issue. 6.1. http://www.media-culture.org.au/ 26 February 2003.
Schwerdt, Dianne and Sue Kussew, eds. Re-Imagining Africa: New Critical Perspectives . Horizons in Post-Colonial Studies. New York: Nova Science, 2001.
Warner, Lawrence and Andrew Cole and Fiona Somerset, eds. The Yearbook of Langland Studies. From Vol. 18 (2004).
Burton, Tom. "Mistranslation or Adaptation in Medieval Manuscripts: Can One Tell the Difference?" Lingua Humanitatis 2.2 (Oct. 2002): 129-41.
Butterss, Phil. "Australian Masculinity on the Road". Media International Australia 95 (2000): 227-36.
Edmonds, Phillip, "Unfashionable in Literary Terms" (Class in Australian short fiction of the 1980s). Overland 153, Melbourne, 1998.
Edmonds, Phillip. "Going feral. (Review of Michael Wilding, Academia Nuts.) Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 7.1 (April 2003).
Greentree, Rosemary. "Anonymous's Cuckoo Song". Explicator 61.4 (2003): 194-95.
Greentree, Rosemary. "The Wanderer's Horizon: A Note on Ofer Waþema Gebind". Neophilologus 86 (2002): 307-9.
Hosking, Susan. “‘It's not a story. It's History.'” Kunapipi 22.2 (2000): 85-94.
Hosking, Susan. "Equal and Opposite". CRNLE Journal 2000 . Sri Lankan and Indian Diasporic Writing Special Issue. 98-108.
Hosking, Susan. "Homeless at Home: Stolen and Saved. Three Colebrook Autobiographies". Westerly 46, 2001.
Kerr, Heather. "Prosthetic Architectures". Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 15.1 (2001): 97-102.
Kerr, Heather. "Sympathetic Topographies" Parallax 7.2 (2001): 107-26.
Kerr, Heather. "Fictocritical Empathy and the Work of Mourning", Cultural Studies Review 9.1 (May 2003): 180-200.
McEntee, Joy. “Exalting in the terribleness of life: suffering and laughter in the Vienna of The Third Man”. Australian Screen Education 30 Summer (2003): 109-114.
McEntee, Joy. ""Uglier than Home-made Sin: " Domestic Surveillance and the Toxic Nanny in the Movies and in Nannycam Broadcasting". Metro 133 (2002): 228-37.
Nettelbeck, Amanda. "Writing and Remembering Frontier Conflict: The Rule of Law in Central Australia", Aboriginal History, vol 28 (2004).
Nettelbeck, Amanda. “The Making of Local Legend: Accounts of the Australian Maria Massacre”. Australian Studies 16. 1 (2001): 63-79.
Nettelbeck, Amanda. “Writing Incommensurable Histories: Caryl Phillips' The Nature of Blood”. CRNLE Journal (2001): 115-121.
Nettelbeck, Amanda. “Seeking to Spread the Truth: Christina Smith and the South Australian Frontier”. Australian Feminist Studies 16. 3/4 (2001): 83-90.
Dianne Schwerdt. "Caught in the Crossfire: Writing Conflict in Two African Novels." ARAS 30.1 (June 2009): 101-117.
Warner, Lawrence. "Langland and the Problem of William of Palerne." Viator 37 (2006): 397-415.
Warner, Lawrence. "Geoffrey of Monmouth and the De-Judaized Crusade." Parergon: Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies 21.1 (2004): 19-37.
Warner, Lawrence. "The Ur-B Piers Plowman and the Earliest Production of C and B". The Yearbook of Langland Studies 16 (2002): 3-39
Butterss, Phil. 'C.J. Dennis'. Dictionary of Literary Biography: Australian Literature 1915-1950. Ed. S. Samuels. Columbia: Bruccoli Clark Laymen, 2002. 81-7.
Butterss, Phil. ‘Becoming a Man in Australian Film in the early 1990s'. Australian Cinema in the 1990s. Ed. Ian Craven. Ilford, Essex: Frank Cass, 2000. 79-94.
Kerr, Heather. ‘Trembling Hyphen/Shaking Hinge; Margaret Cavendish and Queer Literary Subjectivity'. Ed. Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman. Women Writing 1550-1750 . La Trobe: Meridian, 2001. 215-36.
Kerr, Heather. ‘Perverse Writing - Maternity and Monarchy: Fictocriticism and Exorbitant, Plural Bodies'. Ed. Susan Bernardo, Cindy Carlson and Robert Mazzolain. Gender Reconstructions; Pornography and Perversions in Literature and Culture. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002. 148-66
Nettelbeck, Amanda and Foster, Robert. 'White Indigeneity in the Life and writings of William Willshire' in Suzanna Scheck and Ben Wadham, eds. Placing Race/Localising Whiteness. Bedford Park: Centre for Development Studies, 2004.
Dianne Schwerdt 'The "Third Space" as Void: Exile and Self-destruction in Eva Sallis' The Marsh Birds' in Anna Haebich and Baden Offord (eds) Landscapes of Exile: Once Perilous, Now Safe (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2008). 135-148.
Schwerdt, Dianne. 'Monstering the Interior: Interior Journeys over Exterior Landscapes'. Re Imagining Africa: New Critical Perspectives. Horizons in Post-Colonial Studies. New York: Nova Science, 2001.
Thiel, Philip. The Manciple's Tale, directed by Tom Burton. Provo, UT: The Chaucer Studio, 2004.
Davies, Katherine. The Second Nun's Tale, directed by Tom Burton. Provo, UT: The Chaucer Studio, 2004.
Selections from Shakespeare in Early Modern English, directed by Tom Burton. Provo, UT: The Chaucer Studio, 2003.