Tracking the Jack: A Retracing of the Antipodes (Sydney: University of NSW Press).
Ladies who Lunge: Celebrating Difficult Women (Sydney: University of NSW Press).
Digital Hemlock: Internet Education and the poisoning of Teaching (Sydney: University of NSW Press, 2002).
(Editor) Liverpool of the South Seas: Perth and its Popular Music (Perth: University of W.A. Press, 2005).
From Revolution to Revelation: Generation X, Popular Culture and Popular Memory (Aldershot Hants: Ashgate, 2005).
Playing on the Periphery: Sport, Identity and Memory (London: Routledge, 2006.)

She is a wide-ranging public commentator in Cultural studies, Cultural history, post colonialism, Internet studies, youth studies, feminism and masculinity. For further information, please refer to her web site, http://brabazon.net/
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Dr Tara Brabazon
Professor of Media Studies at the
University of Brighton (UK
).

She is the Author of six books: