I have edited hundreds of academic publications and indexed quite a few of them. I have edited postgraduate theses in the areas of law, education, music, medicine, nursing, sociology, social work, women's studies, cultural studies, postcolonial studies, politics, psychology, theology, journalism, business management and computing. I have also edited reports for the United Nations and the South Australian government.

Here is just a sample of books I have worked on recently.

Mel Baak, Negotiating belongings: stories of forced migration of Dinka women from South Sudan, Sense Publishers, 2016.

Monica Costa, Gender-responsive budgeting in fragile states: the case of Timor-Leste, Routledge, 2018.

Margaret Davies, Law unlimited: materialism, pluralism, and legal theory, Routledge, 2016.

Michael Griffin, Learning strategies for musical success, 2nd edition, Music Education World, 2017.

Joanna Howe, Rethinking job security: a comparative analysis of unfair dismissal law in the UK, Australia and the USA, Ashgate, 2016.

Bruce Johnson et al., Promoting early career teacher resilience: a socio-cultural and critical guide to action, Routledge, 2016.

Nahid Afrose Kabir, Muslim Americans: debating the notions of American and un-American, Routledge, 2016.

Guy Morrow, Artist management: agility in the creative and cultural industries, Routledge, 2018.

Garth Stahl, Joseph Derrick Nelson and Derron O Wallace (eds), Masculinity and aspiration in the era of neoliberal education: international perspectives, Routledge, 2017.

Garth Stahl, Derron Wallace, Ciaran Burke and Steven Threadgold (eds), International perspectives on theorizing aspirations: applying Bourdieu's tools, Bloomsbury, 2018.

Imam Mohammad Tawhidi, The tragedy of Islam: admissions of a Muslim imam, Reason Books, 2018.

Christina Twomey, The battle within: POWs in postwar Australia, NewSouth Publishing, 2018.

Saige Walton, Cinema's baroque flesh: film, phenomenology and the art of entanglement, Amsterdam University Press, 2016.

Irene Watson (ed), Indigenous Peoples as subjects of international law, Routledge, 2017.

George Williams and Daniel Reynolds, A charter of rights for Australia, new edition, UNSW Press, 2017.