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Iyer, Radha (2000) Education : South Asia. In Kramarae, C. & Spender, D. (Eds.) Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women : Global Women’s Issues and Knowledge. Routledge, New York, pp. 523-525.
Iyer, Radha (2001) De-centring women’s issues: Pedagogical implications of ‘becoming-women’ entrepreneurs. In Carrington, Victoria, Mitchell, Jane, Zavros, Agli, & Rawolle, Shaun (Eds.) Postgraduate Conference, October, School of Education, University of Queensland.
Iyer, Radha (2007) Negotiating critical, postcritical literacy: The problematic of text analysis. Literacy, 41(3), pp. 161-168.
Iyer, Radha (2007) Pedagogies of Design and Multiliterate Learner Identities. The International Journal of Learning, 13(11), pp. 25-34.
Iyer, Radha (2009) Entrepreneurial Identities and the Problematic of Subjectivity in Media Mediated Discources. Discourse and Society, 20(2), pp. 241-263.
Iyer, Radha & Luke, Carmen (2009) Multimodal, multiliteracies : Texts and literacies for the 21st century. In Pullen, Darren L. & Cole, David R. (Eds.) Multiliteracies and Technology Enhanced Education: Social Practice and the Global Classroom. Hershey, New York, pp. 18-34.
Iyer, Radha (2010) Literacy models across nations : literacy and critical literacy in teacher training programs in India. Procedia, 2(2), pp. 4424-4428.
Dezuanni, Michael L., Kapitzke, Cushla, & Iyer, Radha (2010) Copyright, digital media literacies and preservice teacher education. Digital Culture and Education, 2(2), pp. 201-217.
Luke, Allan, Iyer, Radha, & Doherty, Catherine (2011) Literacy education in the context of globalisation. In Lapp, Diane & Fisher, Douglas (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Teaching of English Language Arts, 3rd Ed. Routledge, New York.
Carrington, Suzanne B. & Iyer, Radha (2011) Service-learning within higher education : rhizomatic interconnections between university and the real world. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(6), pp. 1-14.
Kapitzke, Cushla, Dezuanni, Michael L., & Iyer, Radha (2011) Copyrights and creative commons licensing : pedagogical innovation in a higher education media literacy classroom. E-Learning and Digital Media, 8(3), pp. 271-282.
Iyer, Radha & Luke, Carmen (2011) Gender representations in the media and the importance of critical media literacy. In Tozer, Steven, Gallegos, Bernardo P., Henry, Annette, Bushnell Greiner, Mary, & Groves Price, Paula (Eds.) Handbook of Research on the Sociocultural Foundations of Education. Taylor and Francis, New York, pp. 434-449.
Iyer, Radha & Reese, Martin (2013) Ensuring student success : establishing a community of practice for culturally and linguistically diverse preservice teachers. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(3), pp. 27-40.
Bloxham, Ray, Ehrich, Lisa C., & Iyer, Radha (2014) Micropolitical insights into Assistant Regional Directors’ leadership in Queensland Education. Leading & Managing, 20(1), pp. 32-47.
Iyer, Radha, Kettle, Margaret, Luke, Allan, & Mills, Kathy A. (2014) Critical applied linguistics. In Leung, Constant & Street, Brian V. (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to English Studies. Routledge, London, pp. 317-332.
McKay, Loraine, Carrington, Suzanne B., & Iyer, Radha (2014) Becoming an inclusive educator : applying Deleuze & Guattari to teacher education. The Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(3), pp. 178-196.
Carrington, Suzanne, Mercer, K. Louise, Iyer, Radha, & Selva, Gitta (2015) The impact of transformative learning in a critical service-learning program on teacher development: Building a foundation for inclusive teaching. Reflective Practice, 16(1), pp. 61-72.
Bloxham, Ray, Ehrich, Lisa C., & Iyer, Radha (2015) Leading or managing? Assistant Regional Directors, School Performance, in Queensland. Journal of Educational Administration, 53(3), pp. 354-373.
Iyer, Radha (2016) Exclusive consumers: The discourse of privilege in elite Indian school websites. In Koh, Aaron & Kenway, Jane (Eds.) Elite schools: Multiple geographies of privilege. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), New York and London, pp. 122-138. (In Press)