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    Serisier, Tanya (2024) #BelieveWomen, revisited: refusing the politics of doubt. Feminist Theory , ISSN 1464-7001.

    Matthews, H. and Serisier, Tanya (2024) Bombing Gaza isn't fighting sexual violence. Counterpunch , ISSN 2328-4331.

    Kennedy, R. and Serisier, Tanya (2023) ‘Somewhere. Some time. Somehow. Something has to change’: Prima Facie and the cruel optimism of feminist legal advocacy. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal , ISSN 1741-6590.

    Serisier, Tanya (2023) Public survivors: the burdens and possibilities of speaking as a survivor. In: Boyle, K. and Berridge, S. (eds.) Routledge Companion to Gender, Media and Violence. Routledge Companions to Gender. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781032061368.

    Serisier, Tanya (2023) Beyond speaking out: #metoo and the limits of narrative politics. In: Gleeson, K. and Russell, Y. (eds.) New Directions in Sexual Violence Research. Routledge. ISBN 9781032051468. (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2022) Thinking structurally about sexual violence: the limits of consent. Shuddhashar (32), ISSN 2535-7476. (Submitted)

    Serisier, Tanya (2022) What does it mean to #believewomen? popular feminism and survivor narratives. In: Dawson, P. and Mäkelä, M. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Narrative Theory. New York, U.S.: Routledge. ISBN 9781003100157. (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2022) LGBTQ people in prison. Oxford Bibliographies ,

    Serisier, Tanya (2021) Reading survivor narratives: literary criticism as feminist solidarity. In: Hewett, H. and Holland, M.K. (eds.) #MeToo and Literary Studies: Reading, Writing, and Teaching about Sexual Violence and Rape Culture. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781501372735. (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2021) Breaking the silence to end the violence: 'Speaking Out' as feminist strategy. In: Killean, R. and Dowds, E. and McAlinden, A.-M. (eds.) Sexual Violence on Trial: Local and Comparative Perspectives. Routledge Studies in Crime and Society. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780367404277. (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) From mild colonial boy to Jake the Paed: Rolf Harris and Australian celebrity masculinity in the UK. In: Taylor, A. and McIntyre, J. (eds.) Gender and Australian Celebrity Culture. Global Gender. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138366220.

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) '#MeToo and the Politics of Social Change'; '#MeToo, Weinstein and Feminism'; '#MeToo: Stories From the Australian Movement' edited by Bianca Fileborn and Rachel Loney-Howes, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, 350 pp., €29.11, ISBN 978-3-030-15213-0by Karen Boyle, Switzerland, Palgrave Pivot, 2019, 133 pp., €51.99, ISBN 978-3-030-28242-4edited by Miriam Sved, Christie Nieman, Maggie Scott and Natalie Kon-yu, Sydney, Picador, 2019, 349 pp., $32.99, ISBN 978-1-760-78617-5. [Book Review]

    Carr, N. and Serisier, Tanya and McAlister, S. (2020) Sexual deviance in prison: Queering identity and intimacy in prison research. Criminology and Criminal Justice 20 (5), pp. 551-563. ISSN 1748-8958.

    Lamble, Sarah and Serisier, Tanya and Dymock, A. and Carr, N. and Downes, J. and Boukli, A. (2020) Guest Editorial: Queer theory and criminology. Criminology & Criminal Justice 20 (5), pp. 504-509. ISSN 1748-8958.

    Lamble, Sarah and Serisier, Tanya and Dymock, A. and Downes, J. and Boukli, A. (2020) Queer Theory and Criminology: Editors' Introduction. [Editorial/Introduction] (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) Speaking out, public judgements and narrative politics: researching survivor stories and (not) telling my own. In: Gray-Rosendale, L.A. (ed.) Me Too, Feminist Theory, and Surviving Sexual Violence in the Academy. Lanham, U.S.: Lexington Books, pp. 167-180. ISBN 9781793611123.

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) Criminal Law and the Man Problem. [Book Review]

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) From date rape jeopardy to (not) drinking tea: consent humour, ridicule and cultural change. Australian Feminist Law Journal 46 (2), pp. 189-204. ISSN 1320-0968.

    Serisier, Tanya (2019) A new age of believing women? Judging rape narratives online. In: Andersson, U. and Edgren, M. and Karlsson, L. and Nilsson, G. (eds.) Rape Narratives in Motion. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 199-222. ISBN 9783030138516.

    Serisier, Tanya (2018) Speaking out: feminism, rape and narrative politics. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 9783319986692.

    Serisier, Tanya (2018) Leigh Gilmore, tainted witness: why we doubt what women say about their lives. [Book Review]

    Serisier, Tanya (2018) Speaking out, and beginning to be heard: Feminism, survivor narratives and representations of rape in the 1980s. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 32 (1), pp. 52-61. ISSN 1030-4312.

    Serisier, Tanya (2017) Kerry Carrington, 'Feminism and Global Justice'. [Book Review]

    Serisier, Tanya (2017) Sex crimes and the media. Oxford University Press, Oxford Research Encyclopedia: Criminology and Criminal Justice.

    Carr, N. and McAlister, S. and Serisier, Tanya (2016) ‘I had to undo eight years of being a woman’: how LGBT prisoners are lost in the system. The Conversation ,

    Carr, N. and McAlister, S. and Serisier, Tanya (2016) Out on the inside: the rights, experiences and needs of LGBT people in prison. Project Report. Irish Penal Reform Trust, Dublin, Ireland.

    Serisier, Tanya (2015) “How Can a Woman Who Has Been Raped Be Believed”. Andrea Dworkin, sexual violence and the ethics of belief. Diegesis 4 (1), pp. 68-87. ISSN 2195-2116.

    Serisier, Tanya (2015) On not reading Fifty Shades: Feminism and the fantasy of romantic immunity. In: Phillips, K. (ed.) Women and Erotic Fiction. Critical Essays on Genres, Markets and Readers. McFarland & Company, pp. 117-132. ISBN 9780786495849.

    Serisier, Tanya (2014) Lad culture of conquest targeted by new Oxbridge sexual consent workshops. The Conversation ,

    Serisier, Tanya (2013) Queer spaces, sexual violence and the desire for safety. In: Fraser, V. (ed.) Queer Sexualities: Diversifying Queer, Queering Diversity. Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 83-92. ISBN 9781848882188.

    Serisier, Tanya (2013) Who was Andrea? Writing oneself as a Feminist icon. Women: A Cultural Review 24 (1), pp. 26-44. ISSN 0957-4042.

    Serisier, Tanya (2013) The unsociable sociability of women's lifewriting. [Book Review]

    Pendleton, M. and Serisier, Tanya (2012) Some Gays and the Queers. M/C Journal 15 (6), ISSN 1441-2616.

    Serisier, Tanya (2012) Theoretical stories. [Book Review]

    Wilson, D. and Serisier, Tanya (2010) Video activism and the ambiguities of counter-surveillance. Surveillance & Society 8 (2), pp. 166-180. ISSN 1477-7487.

    Pendleton, M. and Serisier, Tanya (2009) Beyond the desire for law: sex and crisis in Australian Feminist and Queer politics. Australian Feminist Law Journal 31 (1), pp. 77-98. ISSN 1320-0968.

    Serisier, Tanya (2007) Speaking out against rape: feminist (her)stories and anti-rape politics. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 16 , pp. 84-95. ISSN 0813-8990.

    Serisier, Tanya (2007) Speaking out, telling (true) stories: autobiography within feminist anti-rape politics. In: English Post-Graduate Symposium: Me Myself and Eye, 2007, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)

    Serisier, Tanya (2006) The Bankstown Gang Rapes: rape and the construction of a horrific event. AntiTHESIS 16 , pp. 74-89. ISSN 1030-3839.

    Serisier, Tanya (2006) In defence of women's rights? whiteness, feminism and the politics of vulnerability. In: Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association National Conference: Whiteness and the Horizons of Race, 2006, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)

    Serisier, Tanya (2006) Speaking out against rape: feminist (her)stories and anti-rape politics. In: Lilith Symposium: A Feminist History of Violence, 2006, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)

    Serisier, Tanya (2005) The Bankstown Gang Rapes: rape and the construction of a horrific event. In: AntiTHESIS Postgraduate Symposium: The Event, 2005, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)

    Serisier, Tanya (2005) Remembering Anita: rape and the politics of commemoration. Australian Feminist Law Journal 23 , pp. 121-145. ISSN 1320-0968.

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