Chapters

Chapters in books

“Panic fitness in claustropolitan times:  Les Mills, zombie leisure and deterritorialization,” in Stefan Lawrence (ed.) Digital Guru Media and Leisure, (Routledge, 2020)

“Foreword,” from G. Crimmins, Strategies for supporting inclusion and diversity in the academy:  higher education, aspriation and inequality,” (Geneva:  Palgrave, 2020)

“Memories of the future:  Post-Steve Redhead, cultural studies and theory for a still-born century,” Introduction for The End-of-the-century party (second edition), (Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 2019) (24,500 words in length), https://books.google.com.au/books?hl=en&lr=&id=iAulDwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PT6&ots=tVFi5U85Sq&sig=t7WIMVx6gvpnUqFY3VyWyypbvRU&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false

“’I will not be that girl in the box’:  The Handmaid’s Tale, monstrous wombs and Trump’s America,” in J. Hoorn and N. Chare (eds.) Barbara Creed and the monstrous feminine, (New York:   Routledge, 2019), https://www.routledge.com/Re-reading-the-Monstrous-Feminine-Art-Film-Feminism-and-Psychoanalysis/Chare-Hoorn-Yue/p/book/9781138602946?fbclid=IwAR2BHbYaBjIBtAbJxsjn8Ng6tHtZycOeiuqCZEvPat8Dqhu0HiDJ7ZM618U

“The troubling third tier:  small cities, small universities and an ambivalent knowledge economy,” from A. Van Luyn and E. de la Fuente (eds), Innovating through Place:  On Regional Cultures and Economies, (Abingdon:  Routledge, 2019), https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9780429459290

“Foreword,” to Glory Gatwiri’s Vaginal Fistulas, and African femininity and abjection, (Berlin:  Springer, 2018), https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-981-13-0565-8%2F1.pdf

“Education and the Internet:  Colleges and Universities,” The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Internet, (London:  SAGE, 2017), http://sk.sagepub.com/Reference//the-sage-encyclopedia-of-the-internet-3v/i3621.xml

“Digital Physical Cultural Studies,” in M. Silk (ed.), Physical Cultural Studies, (Aldershot:  Routledge, 2017), https://books.google.com.au/books?hl=en&lr=&id=&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=Tara+Brabazon&ots=ZbPYaCYvnQ&sig=l5bgAsTTAsqYlXD6xIJ3-e9oIXg#v=onepage&q=Tara%20Brabazon&f=false“Education and the Internet: Colleges and Universites,” in The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Internet (London: SAGE, 2017)

“Play up? Play around,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Play (Berlin: Springer, 2015)

“Press Play,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Play (Berlin: Springer, 2015)

“Let’s talk about something important. Let’s talk about me,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Play (Berlin: Springer, 2015)

“This used to be my playground,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Play (Berlin: Springer, 2015)

“Educating Medical Students to Evaluate the Quality of Health Information on the Web,” (with Pietro Ghezzi and Sundeep Chumber) in L. Floridi and P. Illari (eds), The Philosophy of Information Quality (Berlin: Springer, 2014)

“Brand Wellington,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), City Imaging (Berlin: Springer, 2013), pp. 229-248

“Conclusion: Imaging Injustice,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), City Imaging (Berlin: Springer, 2013), pp. 249-254

“Introduction: sliced cities,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), City Imaging (Berlin: Springer, 2013), pp. 1-12

“Swan Valley Sideways,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), City Imaging (Berlin: Springer, 2013), pp. 53-70

“When Bohemia becomes a business: City Lights, Columbus Avenue and the future of San Francisco,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), City Imaging (Berlin: Springer, 2013), pp. 135-156

“British colonialism,” in P. Beilharz and T. Hogan (eds.), Sociology: Place, time and division, (Melbourne: Oxford, 2012, second edition), 179-183

“Conclusion: White Men Rule?” in T. Brabazon (ed.) Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Beyond avatars, trolls and puppets (Oxford: Chandos, 2012), pp. 253-256

“Introduction: New Imaginings,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Beyond avatars, trolls and puppets (Oxford: Chandos, 2012), pp. 1-8

“The invisible woman,” with Nazlin Bhimani in T. Brabazon (ed.), Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Beyond avatars, trolls and puppets (Oxford: Chandos, 2012), pp. 163-171

“The sound of a librarian,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Beyond avatars, trolls and puppets (Oxford: Chandos, 2012), pp. 137-158

“YouTube Academy,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Beyond avatars, trolls and puppets (Oxford: Chandos, 2012), pp. 191-197

“Christmas media,” in S. Whiteley (ed), Christmas, Ideology and Popular Culture (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008), pp. 149-163

“She’s out of control,” in B. Agger (ed.), There’s a Gunman on Campus (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008), 119-140

“Passing the digital door bitch,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), The Revolution Will Not be Downloaded (Oxford: Chandos, 2008), pp. xiii-xxiii

“What do you do with the other one in a duo?” in T. Brabazon (ed.), The Revolution Will Not be Downloaded  (Oxford: Chandos, 2008), pp. 223-228

“Wiring God’s Waiting Room: the Greying of Internet Literacy,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), The Revolution Will Not be Downloaded, (Oxford: Chandos, 2008), pp. 21-72

“Won’t get googled again: searching for an education,” in J. Lockard and M. Pegrum (eds.), Brave New Classrooms: Educational democracy and the internet (New York: Peter Lang, 2007)

“British colonialism,” in P. Beilharz and T. Hogan (eds.), Sociology: Place, time and division (Melbourne: Oxford, 2006)

“Going Off-World after the Cabaret,” from T. Brabazon (ed.), Liverpool of the South Seas: Perth and its popular music (Perth: UWA Press, 2005)

“Not of London anymore,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Liverpool of the South Seas: Perth and its popular music (Perth: UWA Press, 2005)

“You’ve got about a year,” in T. Brabazon (ed.), Liverpool of the South Seas: Perth and its popular music (Perth: UWA Press, 2005)

“Britain’s last line of Defence: Miss Moneypenny and the desperations of filmic feminism,” in C. Lindner (ed.), The James Bond Phenomenon (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003)

“Neon Girls,” in S. Clarke (ed.), Football in Our Time (The Homes of Football), (London: Mainstream Publishing, 2003)

“The best on Earth in Perth? Aerobics and feminism,” in D. Hemphill and C. Symons (eds.) Bending the Rules: Gender, Sexuality and Australian Sport (Melbourne: Walla Walla Press, 2002)

“Australian popular culture and media studies,” Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, Vols. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994-2002)

“A pig in space? Babe and the problem of landscape,” in I. Craven (ed.) Australian film: Texts and contexts (London: Frank Cass, 2001)

“Beyond Calais: Michael Palin and the construction of a foreigner,” in F. Oswald and M. Perkins (eds.) Europe — Divided or United? (Dickson: Southern Highlands Publishers, 2000)

“Reclaiming the visual world: Beatlemania, Beatle photographs and a female gaze”, in P. Hetherington and P. Maddern (eds.), Sexuality and Gender in History, (Perth: Optima Press, 1993)