Dr Marise Williams
Williams, M. (2012). The gender politics of Underbelly Razor: [Paper in: True crime: every contact leaves a trace. Brooks, David and McMahon, Elizabeth (eds)]. Southerly, 72(2), p. 9–24. https://search.informit.org/doi/10.3316/ielapa.201216956
Williams, M. (2010). Imagining uxoricide: Reading the scene of the crime. Australian Feminist Studies, 25(65), p. 281–294. https://doi.org/10.1080/08164649.2010.504293
Williams, M. (2009). The white woman’s burden: Whiteness and the neo-colonialist historical imagination in The Proposition (John Hillcoat, 2005). Studies in Australasian Cinema, 3(3), p. 265-278.
Williams, M. (2009). Mourning half begun. Runway, Issue 13, p. 10-13. http://runway.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/17677_13.-runway-issue-no-13-year-2009.pdf
Williams, M. (2005). Selling his story: The peritextual enhancement of O.J. Simpson’s defence fundraising memoir. Philament: An Online Journal of the Arts and Culture, 5.
Williams, M. (2005). A brief history of the Penny Dreadful. Penny Dreadful, p. 49-51.
Williams, M. (2012). Regarding the ground of the altermodern in Paul Auster’s Man in the Dark. In Marks, P. (Ed.), Literature and politics: Pushing the world in certain directions. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Williams, M. (Ed.) (2008). Lines in the Sand: Botany Bay Stories from 1770. Exhibition curated by Anthony “Ace” Bourke. Gymea: Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, 2008.