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Ahmed, Soheil (2012) Writing freshwater biology: reading scientific discourse. The International Journal of the Humanities, 9 (10). pp. 163-173.
Ahmed, Soheil (2002) Textual revision and the historicity of the self: some factual inaccuracies in The Prelude. Romanticism on the Net, 28 .
Ahmed, Soheil (2001) Metaphoric transition as a resistance to the literalization of writing. English Language Notes, 39 (2). pp. 28-45.
Ahmed, Soheil (2001) Figures of revision in Wordsworth's critical arguments. Romanticism on the Net, 24 .
Ahmed, Soheil Of grammatology: a preface to reading and writing. The International Journal of the Humanities . pp. 1-10. (In Press)
Bugeja, Irene (2007) A critique of post modernism(s) in nursing literature from the perspective of Habermas' critical theory. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Cardell, Kylie, and Kuttainen, Victoria (2012) The ethics of laughter: David Sedaris and humour memoir. Mosaic, 45 (3). pp. 99-114.
Gannon, Susanne Marie (2003) Flesh and the text: poststructural theory and writing research. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Honey, Tania (2012) Cyborgs in the garden: tales of Iden in Kage Baker's Company Series. Unveiling the Posthuman 6th Global Conference Visions of Humanity in Cyberculture, Cyberspace and Science Fiction. , 12-14 July 2011, Mansfield College of Oxford, UK.
Kuttainen, Victoria (2010) Unsettling Stories: Settler Postcolonialism and the Short Story Composite. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, UK.
Kuttainen, Victoria (2009) 'Trauma and transit/ions,' review of Gillian Whitlock. Soft weapongs: autobiography in transit. Politics and Culture, 2007 (3). - .
Lansdown, R.D. (2001) The Autonomy of Literature. Palgrave Macmillan, Gordonsville, VA, USA.
Myers, Benjamin (2004) The theology of freedom in Paradise Lost. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Taylor, Cheryl (2001) The cloud texts and some aspects of modern theory. Mystics Quarterly, 27 (4). pp. 143-153.