Associate Professor Bronwyn Winter

PhD (Sydney), LèsL, MèsL (ParisIII), RSADip TEFLA (Lond)
Associate Professor

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 5643

Biographical details

The dominant themes in my research and teaching can be found at the intersection of gender, sexuality, race, religion and the state, often in relation to international discourses concerning human rights and violence in a “globalised” world. My current research is looking at the development of an international LGBT human rights agenda, and in particular at the issues of political asylum, gay marriage and lesbian rights, activism and cultural spaces. I also maintain an ongoing interest in women, religion and politics, and women in international relations.

I have been working at the University of Sydney for over two decades, where, apart from my contributions to the European Studies Program, I also teach in the core program of the Bachelor of International and Global Studies and the International and Comparative Literary Studies program.

I have published work on France, including within the EU context, North Africa, Australia, the Philippines, Argentina, Afghanistan and Turkey. My published work includes Hijab and the Republic: Uncovering the French Headscarf Debate, and my next book, due out in 2016 (see below), is a follow-up monograph to my co-edited anthology September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives. I am on the international editorial board of the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (2016). Among other publications in train, I am co-editing, with Dr Lucia Sorbera of the Department of Arabic Studies, a special issue of the journal Global Discourse on the concept of “legitimacy”, to be published in mid-2016, and am contributing two chapters to the reference work Worldwide Perspectives on Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals: Culture, History and Law (ed. Paula Gerber), also to be published in 2016.

Research interests

  • Gender, sexual orientation and human rights
  • Gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion and the state
  • Twentieth century political theories and social movements, esp. antiracist, feminist, LGBT
  • The state, nationalism and internationalism, in relation to women, war, globalisation, and ethnicity/cross-cultural issues in a “post-9/11” world
  • Feminist theory esp. radical, materialist, transnational feminism
  • Women and political participation

Teaching and supervision

  • European Studies: European institutions, migration and asylum in the EU, Europe’s ‘others’, student internship program
  • International and Global Studies: international institutions, area studies, transnational social movements and the politics of transculturation
  • Women, feminism, politics and international relations
  • Gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, the state
  • Gender, sexual orientation, human rights and political asylum
  • Post world-war-II social movements
  • Colonisation/decolonisation/postcolonialism
  • The politics and theory of race and gender in France
  • Francophone Studies: The Maghreb, West Africa, The Caribbean
  • 17th Century France
  • The ideology of the French Revolution and of the First and Third Republics
  • Comparative literature esp. history and theories of the discipline; orientalism in literature and dance; lesbian and gay literature; and literature, culture and politics.

Current research students

Project title Research student
LGBTIQ Christians and Pride Parades Curtis DICKSON

Current projects

  • A co-edited international anthology on state approaches to gay marriage
  • Three book chapters: on gay rights and the construction of nationalism in the West; on the historical background to current French debates on ‘Muslims’; and on the exhibition Au Bazar du Genre, one of the inaugural temporary exhibitions at the Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM), in Marseilles.
  • Lesbian and gay political asylum in the EU: comparative case studies
  • Lesbian spaces and cultures and their relationship to lesbian activism

Other Professional Contributions

Research Organisation

  • Co-convenor (with Dr Catherine Moir) of the research initiative ‘Landmarks in European history’
  • Member of organising committee: Competing Visions in the Muslim World: Rebuilding States and Reinvigorating Civil Societies, University of Sydney, 2013
  • Co-convenor, Transcultural Mappings: Emerging Issues in Comparative, Transnational and Area Studies?, University of Sydney, April 2010
  • Member of organising committee, 17th George Rudé seminar on French history and civilization, University of Sydney, July 2010
  • Co-convenor, History, Modernity and the Muslim World between Europe and Asia, Symposium, University of Sydney, September 2008
  • Member of organising committee, 2008 conference of the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand, University of Sydney, December 2008
  • Co-convenor, Homosexual Histories, University of Sydney 2004
  • Membre du comité scientifique international. 3ème colloque international de la recherche féministe francophone: "Ruptures, Résistances et Utopies" Toulouse, 17-22 septembre 2002
  • Member of organising committee of "Workers Out!", the Second International Conference on Trade Unionism and Homosexuality: University of Sydney Oct 31 - Nov 2, 2002

Invited lectures and seminars

  • French materialist feminism, Princeton University, 2014
  • LGBT human rights, Toronto University 2014
  • 9/11 and women: medium-term impacts, NorthEastern University, USA and York University, Toronto, 2014
  • Women, race and politics under the Sarkozy and Hollande presidencies, Alliance Française members evening, Sydney 2012
  • Lesbian and gay asylum: Centre d’histoire sociale, Université de Paris I/CNRS, 2011
  • Keynote speaker, Brisbane International Feminist Conference, September 2008
  • Simone de Beauvoir. Public lecture, University of Sydney Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences Key Thinkers lecture series, September 2005
  • Howard Falls memorial lecture in French Studies, University of Maryland, 2005
  • Panel member, Where were you in 1984? keynote panel, Brisbane Women’s Legal Service Conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sex Discrimination Act, Brisbane, October 2004
  • Plenary speaker on violence against women, Pacific regional NGO preparatory conference for the UN ten-year review of the Beijing Platform for Action, co-organised by HREOC, the University of NSW and the Australian National Council for Refugee Women, UNSW, June 2004
  • Keynote Speaker, international conference Poverty, Violence and Women's Rights: Setting a Global Agenda, James Cook University,Townsville 3-7 July 2002
  • Plenary speaker, international conference "Cinquantenaire du Deuxième sexe de Simone de Beauvoir", Paris, 1999

Awards and honours

2015: Named Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques on the French annual honours list
2013: Recipient of a 2013 national Office for Learning and Teaching citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, for ‘developing interdisciplinary curricula that extends students intellectually, fosters their creativity and supports student collaborations in cross-cultural programs in humanities and social sciences’

International grants

2011

  • Brève histoire contemporaine de l’exil et de l’asile des homosexuels et lesbiennes dans la région parisienne : questions socioculturelles, politiques, juridiquesVille de Paris ‘Research in Paris’ scheme

Selected grants

2012

  • Religion, State and Society in the Muslim World; Humphrey M, Phillips S, Rahim L, Sobrera L, Winter B; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.
  • Law and Society; Beem B, Crofts T, Hendrischke H, Howard-Wagner D, Humphrey M, Lambourne W, Lee M, Macdonald G, Martin G, O'Brien K, O'Malley P, Park S, Piper N, Scott Bray R, Van Krieken R, Winter B; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.

2007

  • Islam & the West; Winter B; RIHSS (Inter-disciplinary research networks and clusters)/RIHSS Internal Research Grant Allocations.

2002

  • Women s NGOs, the United Nations and expanding civil society: a feminist critique, with reference to four UN member countries.; Winter B; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Womens NGOs, the United Nationa and expanding civil society: a feminist critique, with reference to four UN member countries; Winter B; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

2001

  • Women, culture and human rights: a study of harmful western and nonwestern cultural practices in France, the UK and Australia; Winter B; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Large Research Grants (LRG).
  • Women and the politics of religion and culture in France: A feminist analysis, with reference to three monotheistic cultures; Winter B; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Winter, B. (2016). Women, Insecurity and Violence in a Post-9/11 World. NY: Syracuse University Press.
  • Winter, B. (2008). Hijab & the republic: uncovering the French headscarf debate. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.
  • Winter, B., Hawthorne, S. (2003). After shock: September 11, 2001: Global feminist perspective. Vancouver: Raincoast Books.

Edited Books

  • Winter, B., Hawthorne, S. (2002). September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives. Australia: Spinifex Press.

Book Chapters

  • Winter, B. (2016). ‘Lesbian Human Rights’ and ‘France.’ (forthcoming 2016). In Paula Gerber (Eds.), Worldwide Perspectives on Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.
  • Winter, B. (2013). Placard. In Alison Bartlett, Margaret Henderson (Eds.), Things That Liberate: An Australian Feminist Wunderkammer, (pp. 127-133). Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Winter, B. (2013). Public and Private: Politicizing the Personal - Questioning the Public/Private Divide. In Liz Conor (Eds.), A Cultural History of Women In The Modern Age, (pp. 97-117). New York: Bloomsbury Academic, imprint of Bloomsbury.
  • Winter, B. (2013). Secularism and Religious Freedom: Challenging the "Postsecular". In Lily Zubaidah Rahim (Eds.), Muslim Secular Democracy: Voices from Within, (pp. 141-161). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Winter, B. (2012). Foulard or cocarde? Gendered Imagery of Radicalized Women in Postcolonial France. In Alison M. Moore (Eds.), Sexing Political Culture in the History of France, (pp. 311-334). New York: Cambria Press.
  • Winter, B. (2012). International Versus Transnational? The Politics of Prefixes in Feminist International Relations. In Tonia St. Germain, Susan Dewey (Eds.), Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: International Law, Local Responses, (pp. 15-32). Sterling, Virginia: Kumarian Press.
  • Winter, B. (2012). Lily Pads and Leisure Meccas: The Gendered Political Economy of Post-Base and Post-9/11 Philippines. In Christine de Matos, Rowena Ward (Eds.), Gender, Power, and Military Occupations: Asia Pacific and the Middle East since 1945, (pp. 79-97). New York, USA: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Winter, B. (2011). Defauts et indignites: burqa et politique en France. In Philippe Rygiel (Eds.), Politique et administration du genre en migration, (pp. 169-186). Paris, France: Editions Publibook.
  • Winter, B. (2009). One hijab does not fit all: recontexualising the case for secularism. In T Dreher and C Ho (Eds.), Beyond the hijab debates: new conversations on gender, race and religion, (pp. 195-207). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Winter, B. (2006). The Social Foundations of the Sacred: Feminists and the Politics of Religion. In Kathy Davis, Mary Evans and Judith Lorber (Eds.), Handbook of Gender and Women's Studies, (pp. 92-108). London: Sage Publications.
  • Winter, B. (2002). If Women Really Mattered.. In Susan Hawthorne and Bronwyn Winter (Eds.), September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives, (pp. 451-480). Australia: Spinifex Press.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Pauline and Other Perils: Women in Australian Right-Wing Politics. In Paola Barchetta and Margaret Power (Eds.), Right-Wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World, (pp. 197-210). New York and London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Who Will Mourn on October 7? In Susan Hawthorne and Bronwyn Winter (Eds.), September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives, (pp. 360-371). Australia: Spinifex Press.

Journals

  • Winter, B. (2016). Keep us simple, keep us safe: The post-9/11 comeback of the Average Australian Bloke. Mémoire(s), identité(s), marginalité(s) dans le monde occidental contemporain. Cahiers du MIMMOC, 16. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2016). The Performance of Intimacy and Resistance: Rayhana’s A mon age je me cache encore pour fumer. Australian Journal of French Studies, 53(1-2), 53-66. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2016). Women’s human rights and Tunisian upheavals: is democracy' enough? Global Discourse, 6(3), 513-529. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2015). Actualité et inactualité de la notion de «postcolonial », Micéala Symington. Modern and Contemporary France, 23(4), 551-553. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2015). France and the Mediterranean: International Relations, Culture and Politics. Modern and Contemporary France, 23(2), 266-268. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2015). The "L" in the LGBTI "alphabet soup": issues faced by lesbian asylum seekers and other non-Western lesbian exiles in France. Contemporary French Civilization: a journal devoted to all aspects of civilization and cultural studies in france and the francophone world, 40(2), 179-198. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2014). Walking the Middle of the Peace Road? The Emergence of JCall in France. Modern and Contemporary France, 22(1), 7-27. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2014). ‘The Ties that Bind Us’: The Hidden Knots of Gay Marriage. PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 11(1), 1-25. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2012). Sur de rien: les demandeurs/euses d'asile homosexuels et lesbiennes face a l'idee des "pays surs". Australian Journal of French Studies, 49(3), 280-294. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2011). Guns, Money and Justice: the 2005 Subic Rape Case. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 13(3), 371-389. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2011). Ruin: What Happens When You Keep On Buying the Same Old Line. Womens Studies Quarterly.
  • Winter, B. (2010). Women and the 'Turkish Paradox': What the Headscarf is Covering Up. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), 14(2010), 216-238.
  • Winter, B. (2007). Preemptive Fridge Magnets and Other Weapons of Masculinist Destruction: The Rhetoric and Reality of "Safeguarding Australia". Signs, 33(1), 25-51.
  • Winter, B. (2006). 'Uncovered Meat' meets 'Mr Lust'. On Line Opinion, 7 Nov 2006.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Religion, culture and women's human rights: Some general political and theoretical considerations. Women's Studies International Forum, 29(4), 381-393.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Secularism aboard the Titanic: Feminists and the Debate over the Hijab in France. Feminist Studies, 32(2), 279-298.
  • Winter, B. (2006). The Great Hijab Coverup. Off Our Backs: a women's news journal, 36(3), 38-40.
  • Winter, B. (2006). The politics of assimilation: are we really ‘family too’? Rain and Thunder, (31), 20-23.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Women see Red on White Ribbon Day. On Line Opinion.
  • Winter, B. (2005). Australian media hypocrisy over French inferno. On Line Opinion.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Afghanistan: The War is Not Over for Women. NTEU Frontline, 10, 21-24.
  • Winter, B., Thompson, D., Jeffreys, S. (2002). The UN Approach to Harmful Cultural Practices: Some Conceptual problems. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 4(1), 72-94.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Women's Rights, Globalisation and the Nation-State: Are Human Rights and Democracy Enough? Australian Feminist Law Journal, 17(1), 1-16.
  • Winter, B. (2001). Fundamental Misunderstanding: issues in Feminist Approaches to Islamism. Journal of Women's History, 13, 9-41.

Edited Journals

  • Winter, B., Sorbera, L. (2016). Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought. Global Discourse, 6(2).

Conferences

  • Winter, B. (2009). Marianne goes multicultural: Ni putes ni soumises and the republicanisation of ethnic minority women in France. 15th George Rude Seminar in French History and Civilization, University of Adelaide: George Rude Society.
  • Winter, B. (2001). L’essentialisation de l’Altérité et l’invisibilisation de l’oppression: l’histoire bizarre mais vraie de la déformation d’un concept. Cinquantenaire du Deuxième sexe, France: Syllepse.

Textual Creative Works

  • Winter, B. (2007). Poetry published in: Perverse Verse 2007. Australia: www.gay-ebooks.com.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Poetry published in: Perverse Verse 2006. Australia: www.gay-ebooks.com.
  • Winter, B. (2004). Birthday Pome: Where were you in 1984? SYdney, Australia: Women's Legal Service.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Winter, B. (2016). Sacrée Laïcité!. The Converstation France.
  • Winter, B. (2005). The Vicious Underbelly of Urban Culture. The Sydney Morning Herald.

Reference Works

  • Winter, B. (2016). 'Feminisms; French’, ‘Feminisms; Radical’, ‘Feminisms; Materialist’, ‘Radical lesbianism’, ‘Orientalism’, ‘Women as Cultural Markers/Bearers’ and ‘Women’s Movement: Modern International Movement’. In Nancy Naples et al. (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Milton QLD: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Winter, B. (2011). Cesaire, Aime: Discours sur le colonialisme. The Literary Encyclopedia. The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.

2016

  • Winter, B. (2016). 'Feminisms; French’, ‘Feminisms; Radical’, ‘Feminisms; Materialist’, ‘Radical lesbianism’, ‘Orientalism’, ‘Women as Cultural Markers/Bearers’ and ‘Women’s Movement: Modern International Movement’. In Nancy Naples et al. (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Milton QLD: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Winter, B., Sorbera, L. (2016). Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought. Global Discourse, 6(2).
  • Winter, B. (2016). Keep us simple, keep us safe: The post-9/11 comeback of the Average Australian Bloke. Mémoire(s), identité(s), marginalité(s) dans le monde occidental contemporain. Cahiers du MIMMOC, 16. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2016). Sacrée Laïcité!. The Converstation France.
  • Winter, B. (2016). The Performance of Intimacy and Resistance: Rayhana’s A mon age je me cache encore pour fumer. Australian Journal of French Studies, 53(1-2), 53-66. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2016). Women, Insecurity and Violence in a Post-9/11 World. NY: Syracuse University Press.
  • Winter, B. (2016). Women’s human rights and Tunisian upheavals: is democracy' enough? Global Discourse, 6(3), 513-529. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2016). ‘Lesbian Human Rights’ and ‘France.’ (forthcoming 2016). In Paula Gerber (Eds.), Worldwide Perspectives on Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.

2015

  • Winter, B. (2015). Actualité et inactualité de la notion de «postcolonial », Micéala Symington. Modern and Contemporary France, 23(4), 551-553. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2015). France and the Mediterranean: International Relations, Culture and Politics. Modern and Contemporary France, 23(2), 266-268. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2015). The "L" in the LGBTI "alphabet soup": issues faced by lesbian asylum seekers and other non-Western lesbian exiles in France. Contemporary French Civilization: a journal devoted to all aspects of civilization and cultural studies in france and the francophone world, 40(2), 179-198. [More Information]

2014

  • Winter, B. (2014). Walking the Middle of the Peace Road? The Emergence of JCall in France. Modern and Contemporary France, 22(1), 7-27. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2014). ‘The Ties that Bind Us’: The Hidden Knots of Gay Marriage. PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 11(1), 1-25. [More Information]

2013

  • Winter, B. (2013). Placard. In Alison Bartlett, Margaret Henderson (Eds.), Things That Liberate: An Australian Feminist Wunderkammer, (pp. 127-133). Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Winter, B. (2013). Public and Private: Politicizing the Personal - Questioning the Public/Private Divide. In Liz Conor (Eds.), A Cultural History of Women In The Modern Age, (pp. 97-117). New York: Bloomsbury Academic, imprint of Bloomsbury.
  • Winter, B. (2013). Secularism and Religious Freedom: Challenging the "Postsecular". In Lily Zubaidah Rahim (Eds.), Muslim Secular Democracy: Voices from Within, (pp. 141-161). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2012

  • Winter, B. (2012). Foulard or cocarde? Gendered Imagery of Radicalized Women in Postcolonial France. In Alison M. Moore (Eds.), Sexing Political Culture in the History of France, (pp. 311-334). New York: Cambria Press.
  • Winter, B. (2012). International Versus Transnational? The Politics of Prefixes in Feminist International Relations. In Tonia St. Germain, Susan Dewey (Eds.), Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: International Law, Local Responses, (pp. 15-32). Sterling, Virginia: Kumarian Press.
  • Winter, B. (2012). Lily Pads and Leisure Meccas: The Gendered Political Economy of Post-Base and Post-9/11 Philippines. In Christine de Matos, Rowena Ward (Eds.), Gender, Power, and Military Occupations: Asia Pacific and the Middle East since 1945, (pp. 79-97). New York, USA: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Winter, B. (2012). Sur de rien: les demandeurs/euses d'asile homosexuels et lesbiennes face a l'idee des "pays surs". Australian Journal of French Studies, 49(3), 280-294. [More Information]

2011

  • Winter, B. (2011). Cesaire, Aime: Discours sur le colonialisme. The Literary Encyclopedia. The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.
  • Winter, B. (2011). Defauts et indignites: burqa et politique en France. In Philippe Rygiel (Eds.), Politique et administration du genre en migration, (pp. 169-186). Paris, France: Editions Publibook.
  • Winter, B. (2011). Guns, Money and Justice: the 2005 Subic Rape Case. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 13(3), 371-389. [More Information]
  • Winter, B. (2011). Ruin: What Happens When You Keep On Buying the Same Old Line. Womens Studies Quarterly.

2010

  • Winter, B. (2010). Women and the 'Turkish Paradox': What the Headscarf is Covering Up. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), 14(2010), 216-238.

2009

  • Winter, B. (2009). Marianne goes multicultural: Ni putes ni soumises and the republicanisation of ethnic minority women in France. 15th George Rude Seminar in French History and Civilization, University of Adelaide: George Rude Society.
  • Winter, B. (2009). One hijab does not fit all: recontexualising the case for secularism. In T Dreher and C Ho (Eds.), Beyond the hijab debates: new conversations on gender, race and religion, (pp. 195-207). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2008

  • Winter, B. (2008). Hijab & the republic: uncovering the French headscarf debate. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

2007

  • Winter, B. (2007). Poetry published in: Perverse Verse 2007. Australia: www.gay-ebooks.com.
  • Winter, B. (2007). Preemptive Fridge Magnets and Other Weapons of Masculinist Destruction: The Rhetoric and Reality of "Safeguarding Australia". Signs, 33(1), 25-51.

2006

  • Winter, B. (2006). 'Uncovered Meat' meets 'Mr Lust'. On Line Opinion, 7 Nov 2006.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Poetry published in: Perverse Verse 2006. Australia: www.gay-ebooks.com.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Religion, culture and women's human rights: Some general political and theoretical considerations. Women's Studies International Forum, 29(4), 381-393.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Secularism aboard the Titanic: Feminists and the Debate over the Hijab in France. Feminist Studies, 32(2), 279-298.
  • Winter, B. (2006). The Great Hijab Coverup. Off Our Backs: a women's news journal, 36(3), 38-40.
  • Winter, B. (2006). The politics of assimilation: are we really ‘family too’? Rain and Thunder, (31), 20-23.
  • Winter, B. (2006). The Social Foundations of the Sacred: Feminists and the Politics of Religion. In Kathy Davis, Mary Evans and Judith Lorber (Eds.), Handbook of Gender and Women's Studies, (pp. 92-108). London: Sage Publications.
  • Winter, B. (2006). Women see Red on White Ribbon Day. On Line Opinion.

2005

  • Winter, B. (2005). Australian media hypocrisy over French inferno. On Line Opinion.
  • Winter, B. (2005). The Vicious Underbelly of Urban Culture. The Sydney Morning Herald.

2004

  • Winter, B. (2004). Birthday Pome: Where were you in 1984? SYdney, Australia: Women's Legal Service.

2003

  • Winter, B., Hawthorne, S. (2003). After shock: September 11, 2001: Global feminist perspective. Vancouver: Raincoast Books.

2002

  • Winter, B. (2002). Afghanistan: The War is Not Over for Women. NTEU Frontline, 10, 21-24.
  • Winter, B. (2002). If Women Really Mattered.. In Susan Hawthorne and Bronwyn Winter (Eds.), September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives, (pp. 451-480). Australia: Spinifex Press.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Pauline and Other Perils: Women in Australian Right-Wing Politics. In Paola Barchetta and Margaret Power (Eds.), Right-Wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World, (pp. 197-210). New York and London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Winter, B., Hawthorne, S. (2002). September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives. Australia: Spinifex Press.
  • Winter, B., Thompson, D., Jeffreys, S. (2002). The UN Approach to Harmful Cultural Practices: Some Conceptual problems. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 4(1), 72-94.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Who Will Mourn on October 7? In Susan Hawthorne and Bronwyn Winter (Eds.), September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives, (pp. 360-371). Australia: Spinifex Press.
  • Winter, B. (2002). Women's Rights, Globalisation and the Nation-State: Are Human Rights and Democracy Enough? Australian Feminist Law Journal, 17(1), 1-16.

2001

  • Winter, B. (2001). Fundamental Misunderstanding: issues in Feminist Approaches to Islamism. Journal of Women's History, 13, 9-41.
  • Winter, B. (2001). L’essentialisation de l’Altérité et l’invisibilisation de l’oppression: l’histoire bizarre mais vraie de la déformation d’un concept. Cinquantenaire du Deuxième sexe, France: Syllepse.

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