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Henderson, Deborah J. (1996) Changing Gender Relations – A History. In Hoepper, Brian A., Henderson, Deborah J., Hennessey, J., Hutton, D., & Mitchell, S. (Eds.) Inquiry 2 : a source-based approach to modern history. John Wiley and Sons, Milton, Qld, pp. 333-393.
Henderson, Deborah J. & Jarvis, Susan (1994) Imperialism in Hong Kong. In Mackerras, Colin (Ed.) Imperialism, colonialism and nationalism in East Asia: history through documents. Longman Australia, Melbourne, 71 -106.
Ainsworth, John S. (2001) British Security Policy in Ireland 1920-1921. Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 1, pp. 176-190.
Ainsworth, John S. (2002) Kevin Barry, the incident at Monk's Bakery and the making of an Irish Republican legend. History, 87(287), pp. 372-387.
MacKinnon, Dolly (2001) 'Poor senseless Bess, clothed in her rags and folly': Early modern women, madness and song in seventeenth-century England. Parergon, 18(3), pp. 119-151.
Riviere, Janine (2001) "Filthy dreamers and scurrilous dreams": The politics of dreams in seventeenth-century England. Proceedings of the University of Queensland History Research Group, pp. 15-22.
Trocki, Carl A. (1998) Joseph Conrad and Britain's Dream of Empire. Conrad Concepts: E-Journal of the Joseph Conrad Foundation.
Ainsworth, John S. (2001) The Black & Tans and Auxiliaries in Ireland, 1920-1921: Their Origins, Roles and Legacy. In Annual Conference of the Queensland History Teachers' Association, May 12 2001, May 12th 2001, Brisbane, Queensland.. (Unpublished)
Ainsworth, John S. (2000) British Security Policy in Ireland, 1920-1921: A Desperate Attempt by the Crown to Maintain Anglo-Irish Unity by Force. In 11th Irish-Australian Conference, April 25th-30th 2000, Murdoch University, Perth. (Unpublished)