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Pearce, Sharyn M., Muller, Vivienne, & Hawkes, Lesley (Eds.) (2013) Popular Appeal : Books and Films in Contemporary Youth Culture. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Hawkes, Lesley (2013) The popular appeal of environmental epics : The hobbit, the lord of the rings and avatar. In Pearce, Sharyn , Muller , Vivienne, & Hawkes, Lesley (Eds.) Popular Appeal: Books and Films in Contemporary Youth Culture. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), pp. 143-175.
Hawkes, Lesley (2013) Staking and restaking the vampire: generational ownership of the vampire story. In Pearce, S., Muller, V., & Hawkes, L. (Eds.) Popular Appeal : Books and Films in Contemporary Youth Culture. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 79-111.
Hawkes, Lesley (2012) City meeting places: Brisbane's Hungry Jack's and Melbourne's Flinders Street Station. In Elder, Catriona & Moore, Keith (Eds.) New Voices, New Visions : Challenging Australian Identities and Legacies. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 37-49.
Hawkes, Lesley (2010) Spaces of hybridity : creating a sense of belonging through spatial awareness. In Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature. Cambria Press, New York & London.
Carson, Susan J., Hawkes, Lesley, Gislason, Kari, & Martin, Samuel (2013) Practices of literary tourism : an Australian case study. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 7(1), pp. 42-50.
Hawkes, Lesley (2012) Walking the Coleridge Way : using cultural tourism to change perceptions of Somerset after the foot and mouth epidemic of 2001. Social Alternatives, 31(3), pp. 21-24.
Hawkes, Lesley (2011) Flower girl [Poem]. Journal of Postcolonial Cultures and Societies, 2(4), pp. 123-124.
Hawkes, Lesley (2011) Fear, voice, and the environment in Sonya Hartnett's Forerst and The Midnight Zoo. Papers : Explorations into Childrens Literature, 21(1), pp. 67-75.
Hawkes, Lesley & Muller, Vivienne (2010) Creative writing, literary studies, and global thinkers. Tertiary Writers' Network New Zealand : Writing The Future.
Hawkes, Lesley & Muller, Vivienne (2010) Implementing the international : challenges and approaches. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 17(3), pp. 264-275.
Hawkes, Lesley (2009) "And one fine morning" : Gatsby, Obama, and the resurection of hope. Social Alternatives, 28(3), pp. 20-24.
Carson, Susan J. & Hawkes, Lesley (2008) Theory into practice. Words' Worth, 41(2).
Hawkes, Lesley (2007) "Train Travel In Australia : Distrusting departures and arrivals". Correspondances Oceaniennes, pp. 23-25.
Hawkes, Lesley (2014) Australian eco-pastoral poetry. In The Afterlives of Pastoral, 4-5 July 2014, University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Archer-Lean, Clare, Carson, Susan J., & Hawkes, Lesley (2013) Fiction as a form of change : a paper overview of a literature panel discussion. In Davis, Susan (Ed.) Future Nature Future Cultures, Noosa Biosphere Limited and Central Queensland University, Noosa, QLD, pp. 29-36.
Hawkes, Lesley (2012) The national railway of Sarah Island : Richard Flanagan's Gould's Book of Fish. In King, Stuart, Chatterjee, Anuradha, & Loo, Stephen (Eds.) Fabulation : myth, nature, heritage : proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia & New Zealand, Society of Architectural Historians of Australia & New Zealand, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania.
Hawkes, Lesley (2011) The Visitor. [Other]
Hawkes, Lesley (2015) Review of Amanda Curtin's Elemental. Southerly, 75(1), pp. 228-231.
Hawkes, Lesley (2012) Review of Horizons of Enchantment : Essays in the American Imaginary by Lene M. Johannessen. Transnational Literature, 5(1).
Hawkes, Lesley (2005) Transporting the imaginary : representations of the railway in Australian literature. PhD thesis, University of Queensland.
Hawkes, Lesley (2000) Placing the Halo : language in the novels of David Malouf. Masters by Research thesis, University of Queensland.