Elder, C. (2014). Managing conflict in Canberra: Race relations, national identity and narrating differences. In Norman Vasu, Yolanda Chin and Kam-Yee Law (Eds.), Nations, National Narratives and Communities in the Asia-Pacific, (pp. 169-188). London: Routledge.
Elder, C. (2013). Making a good nation: E.V. Timms' The Big Country. In Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935-2012, (pp. 233-239). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
O'Brien, R., Elder, C. (2013). New ways for exploring who knows what in a native title case: a sociological approach. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2013 (2), 29-41.
Gill, F., Elder, C. (2012). Data and archives: the Internet as site and subject. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15(4), 271-279. [More Information]
Elder, C. (2012). Gender Feminism and Research Agendas, 1960-2009. In Ian Donaldson and Mark Finnane (Eds.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968, (pp. 54-63). Crawley, WA, Australia: UWA Publishing.
Boucher, A., Castles, S., Elder, C. (2012), Immigration and settlement policy in Australia, presentation to the Norwegian Delegation of the Norwegian Ambassador and Parliamentary Standing Committee, February 2012.
Elder, C., Moore, K. (2012). New Voices, New Visions: Challenging Australian Identities and Legacies. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Elder, C. (2012). Politics in Australian culture. In Rodney Smith, Ariadne Vromen, Ian Cook (Eds.), Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues, (pp. 106-116). Melbourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press.
Elder, C. (2012). Re-Enacting the Extreme: History, Bodies, and Mawson's Feats of Endurance. In Catriona Elder and Keith Moore (Eds.), New Voices, New Visions: Challenging Australian Identities and Legacies, (pp. 102-117). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Elder, C., Whelan, Y. (2011). Tracing the Past in Dublin and Canberra: Memory, History and Nation. In Katie Holmes and Stuart Ward (Eds.), Exhuming Passions: The Pressure of the Past in Ireland and Australia, (pp. 243-270). Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
Elder, C. (2010). Colonialism and Indigenous dispossession in Against the Wind. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 24(3), 399-409. [More Information]
Elder, C. (2009). Colonialism and Reenactment Television: Imagining Belonging in Outback House. In Daniel Spoth, Vanessa Agnew and Jonathan Lamb (Eds.), Settler and Creole Reenactment, (pp. 193-207). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Elder, C. (2009). Dreams and Nightmares of a White Australia: Representing Aboriginal Assimilation. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing.
Elder, C. (2009). Gender, Bodies and Desire: Imagining Assimilation in mid-Twentieth Century Australia. In Catherine Kevin (Eds.), Feminism and the Body: interdisciplinary perspectives, (pp. 134-152). Newacstle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Elder, C., Moore, K. (2009). Journal of Australian Studies, Volume 33 Issue 4. Journal of Australian Studies, 33(4).
Elder, C. (2009). Re-enacting National Histories: Outback House and Naratives of Australia's Colonial Past. In Alexander Dhoest, Hugh ODonnell and Enric Castello (Eds.), The Nation on Screen: discourses of the national on global television, (pp. 217-232). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Elder, C. (2008). Race and Ethnicity. In Brian Furze, Pauline Savy, Robert J Brym, John Lie (Eds.), Sociology in Todays World, (pp. 359-389). South Melbourne: Cengage Learning Australia.
Elder, C. (2007). 'Diggers' waifs' - Desire, anxiety and immigration in post-1945 Australia. Australian Historical Studies, 38(130), 261-278. [More Information]
Elder, C. (2007). Being Australian: Narratives of National Identity. Crows Nest (Sydney): Allen and Unwin.
Elder, C. (2007). Reconciling a New Australia: Cinematic Representations of Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations in Post Reconciliation Australia. Les Cahiers du CICLaS, 11(April), 129-144.
Elder, C., Pratt, A., Ellis, C. (2006). Running Race: Reconciliation, Nationalism and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 41(2), 181-200.
Pratt, A., Ellis, C., Elder, C. (2006). Unity in Diversity: Indigenous Spaces in the Parliamentary Zone. In Gus Worby Lester-Irabinna Rigney (Eds.), Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Policy, (pp. 415-433). Perth: API Network.
Elder, C. (2005). "I spit on your stone": national identity, Women Against Rape and the cult of Anzac in Australia. In Mikula, M (Eds.), Women, Activism and Social Change, (pp. 71-81). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
Elder, C. (2005). Immigration History. In Lyons, M and Russell, P (Eds.), Australia's History: Themes and Debates, (pp. 98-115). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
Elder, C., Duncanson, K., Pratt, M. (2004). Entanglement And The Modern Australian Rhythm Method: Lantana's Lessons In Policing Sexuality And Gender. PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 1(1).
Ellis, C., Pratt, A., Elder, C. (2004). Whiteness In Constructions Of Australian Nationhood: Indigenes, Immigrants And Governmentality. In Aileen Moreton-Robinson (Eds.), Whitening race : essays in social and cultural criticism, (pp. 208-221). Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
Elder, C. (2003). Invaders, illegals and aliens: Imagining exclusion in a 'White Australia'. Law Text Culture, 7, 221-250.
Elder, C. (2002). Making a Nation White: Representations of Assimilation in Gwen Meredith's Beyond Blue Hills: the Ternna-Boolla Story. Journal of Australian Studies, 16(2).
Elder, C. (2001). Ambivalent Utopias: the Project of White Colonization in Olaf Ruhens Naked Under Capricorn'. Journal of Australian Studies, 68, 135-143.
Elder, C., Ellis, C., Pratt, A. (2001). Papering over the Differences: Australian Nationhood and the Normative Discourse of Reconciliation. In Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope (Eds.), Reconciliation, Multiculturalism, Identities: Difficult Dialogues, Sensible Solutions, (pp. 135-147). Altona, VIC: Common Ground Publishing