Embodying strangers: in Horner, A. and Keane, A. (eds.), Body matters, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2000, 85-97.
Cultural identities: in Code, L. (ed.), Encyclopedia of feminist theories, London, Routledge, 2000.
An impossible global justice? Deconstruction and transnational feminism: in Richardson, J. and Sandland, R. (eds.), Feminist theory and the law, Cavendish University Press, 2000, 55-72.
Review of Meyda Yegenonglu’s ‘Colonial fantasies: towards a feminist reading of orientalism’. Int. Fem. J. Polit.. 2(3), 2000, 440-3.
Strange encounters: embodied others in post-coloniality. pp. 212. London, Routledge, 2000.
Who knows? Knowing strangers and strangerness. Aust. Fem. Stud., 15(31), 2000, 49-68.
Whose counting?. Fem. Theory, 1(1), 2000, 119-25.
Review of L. Cottingham ‘Seeing through the seventies’. Art Book, 13, 2000.
Undutiful daughters: avant-gardism and gendered consumption in recent British art. Vis. Cult. Br., I(I), 2000, 13-30.
Why can’t we look at more work by men? Feminism in the classroom: in
Swift, J. and Swift, J. (eds.) Disciplines, fields and change in art
education, Aesthetics and Art Histories, 2000, 117-28.
Child organ stealing stories: risk, rumour, and reproductive technologies:
in Adam, B. and van Loon, J. (eds.), Positioning risk: risks, technologies,
futures, London, Sage, 2000, 136-254.
Powerful fictions of feminine identities: Toni Morrison’s ‘The bluest eye’, Jeanette Winterson’s ‘Oranges are not the only fruit’ and Margaret Atwood’s ‘Cat’s eye’. Anglo-Saxonica: Rev. Cent. Estud. Anglisticos Univ. Lisboa, II(12-13), 2000, 205-26.
Techno-triumphalism, techno-tourism, American dreams and feminism: in Ahmed, S., Kilby, J., Lury, C. E., McNeil, M. and Skeggs, B. (eds.), Transformations: thinking through feminism, London and New York, Routledge, 2000, 221-34.