Publications

 

 

Williams, A 2017, ‘Autobiographical research in a post-traumatic body: a retrospective risk analysis’, Text: Writing and Traumaeds. Bridget Haylock and Suzanne Hermanoczki, No 42, October.

Anonymous, A 2016, ‘Working as a casual? Zip your lip and do as you’re told,’ Anonymous Academic: The Guardian, 14 April.

Source in Whitbourne, Micheala 2014, ‘Fred Nile under fire for Facebook post about Charlotte Dawson abortion’, Sydney Morning Herald.

Martin, C, Tattersall, K and Williams, A 2014, ‘Triple stigmas for transgender and aboriginal ‘Sistergirl’ sex workers in NSW: gathering stories from our communities to understand their intersection with evidence-based health practice and prevention of HIV’, poster presented at AIDS2014, Melbourne, Australia, 21 July, 2014.

Williams, A 2012, ‘Is home detention really the sexy new prison?: A critical reading from inside/outside the program’, paper presented at the Crime, Cameras, Action Conference, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia, 18 February, 2012.

Sintax, 2012, ‘Referee Penalty Calling Circuit’, All Derby Drills.

Williams, A 2011, ‘Memoir as a practice of self-surveillance: our obligations as unauthorised data collectors’, paper presented at the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs – Ethical Imaginations (AAWP 2011), Byron Bay, Australia, 24-26 November 2011.

‘Jennifer’ in Ting, Inga 2011, ‘Women prisoners set up to fail in ‘dumping’ jails’, Scoop.

‘Jennifer’ in Ting, Inga 2010, ‘Mental health behind bars: why women prisoners are set up to fail’, Crikey, part 1 and part 2

Various WIRD media articles

AW, 2008, ‘Letters to the Editor: Foster families are invisible in a system in a system crying out to be fixed’, Sydney Morning Herald, 18 March, http://www.smh.com.au/news/letters/foster-families-are-invisible-in-a-system-crying-out-to-be-fixed/2008/03/17/1205602282148.html

Williams, A 2006, ‘The Intuition Machine’, Tide: Issue Three, Faculty of Creative Arts, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, pp. 52-3.

Various articles, UOW undergraduate magazine The Tertangala

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