Feminism, Digital Culture and the Politics of Transmission: Theory, Practice and Cultural Heritage. London: Rowman Littlefield International, 2015.

Sistershow Revisted: Feminism in Bristol, 1973-1975. Bristol: HammerOn Press, 2011.

Adventures in Kate Bush and Theory. Bristol: HammerOn Press, 2010.

Book Chapters

‘DIY Institutions’ in Sarah Barker, Lauren Istvandity and Catherine Strong, eds, Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage, 2018.

‘The Meta-Data Diaries Part 1: The Feminist Archive’, Inscription, Regional State Archives, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2017.

‘Intangible Cultural Heritage and the Women’s Liberation Music Archive’ in Sara Cohen, Rob Knifton, Marion Leonard and Les Roberts eds, Sites of Popular Music Heritage: Memories, Histories, Places. 2015, London: Routledge.

‘Feminist Musical Resistance in the 1970s and 1980s’ in Julia Downes, ed. Women Make Noise. London: Supernova, 2012: 108-128.

Journal Articles

‘Playing with time: Kate Bush’s temporal strategies and resistant time consciousness’, Popular Music, 36/1, 98-110, 2017.

‘An archival feminist pedagogy: Unlearning and objects as affective knowledge companions’ with Maud Perrier, Continuum. Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, forthcoming, 2016.

‘Theorizing the Women’s Liberation Movement as Cultural Heritage’, Women’s History Review, forthcoming, 2016.

‘Ephemeral feminist histories and the mnemo-technical conditions of digital culture’ Women’s History Review, forthcoming, 2016.

Strategic Affinities: Historiography and Epistemological in Contemporary Feminist Knowledge Politics, European Journal of Women’s Studies, 2015, 22: 129142.

‘Re-enacting process: temporality, historicity and the Women’s Liberation Music Archive,The International Journal of Heritage Studies, 2014, 20: 7-8, 688-701.

‘Women’s Liberation, Relationships and the “Vicinity of Trauma”‘ in Oral History, 40: 1, 2012, 79-88.

‘ss Great Britain and the containment of British Collective Memory’, The International Journal of Heritage Studies, 17: 3, May 2011, 245-260.

‘Anarcha-feminist process and publishing in Ireland: The RAG Collective’Anarchist Studies 19.1, 2012, 9-23.

‘Complicated Inheritances: Sistershow and the Queering of Feminism (1973-1974)’, with Red Chidgey, Women: A Cultural Review, 12:3, 2010, 309-323.

‘What is your Essentialism is my Immanent Flesh! The Ontological Politics of Feminist Epistemology’, European Journal of Women’s Studies, 17: 3, 2010, 231-249.

‘Transgender and feminist alliances in contemporary UK Feminist politics’, Feminist Studies, 2010, 36: 3, 691-698.

‘Kate Bush, The Red Shoes and the Uses of Symbolic Transformation’ Feminist Theology, 19: 1, 2010, 3-20.

‘Blogging Olive’ in Do you Remember Olive Morris?, London: ROC, 2010, 102-105.

Book Reviews

‘Ambivalence, insight and forgetting: Clare Hemmings’ Why Stories Matter‘ in the European Journal of Women’s Studies, 19, 2012, 253-256.

‘On Media Memory: Collective Memory in a New Media Age’, Memory Studies, 5: 2, 2012, 242-244.

‘Why Feminism Matters’, Subjectivity, 4: 2, 2011, 206-209.

‘Learning at the Museum Frontiers’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 17: 4, 2011, 395-397.

The Political Interests of Gender Revisited‘, Feminist Theory, 12, 2012, 102-103.

‘Knowing the Frame: Judith Butler’s Frames of War’, Women: A Cultural Review, 21: 2, 2010, 227-229.

‘Figurations of Violence and Belonging: Queerness, Migranthood and Nationalism in Cyberspace and Beyond’, Journal of Gender Studies, 19: 2, 2010, 225-226.