BOOKS

    Davies, B. (forthcoming) New Lives in an Old Land. Re-turning to the Colonization of New South Wales through the Stories of my Parents and their Ancestors. Sydney: Ornithorhynchus Paradoxus Press.

 

    Davies, B. (2014) Listening to Children. Being and Becoming. London: Routledge.

 

    Davies, B. (2014) The Fairy Who Wouldn’t Fly. Canberra: National Library of Australia.

 

Somerville, M., Davies, B., Power, K., Gannon, S., and de Carteret, P. (2011) Place Pedagogy and Change. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Wyatt, J., Gale, K., Gannon, S. and Davies, B. (2011) Deleuze and collaborative writing: An immanent plane of composition. (pp. 1-162) New York: Peter Lang

Davies, B. and Gannon, S. (2009) Pedagogical Encounters (pp. 1-162). New York: Peter Lang

Davies, B. (Ed.). (2008). Judith Butler in Conversation: Analysing the texts and talk of everyday life. (1-273). New York: Routledge.

Davies, B. & Gannon, S. (2006). Doing Collective Biography (pp. 1-200). Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Davies, B. & Kasama, H. (2004). Gender in Japanese Preschools. Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales in Japan (pp. 1-145). NJ: Cresskill, Hampton Press.

Davies, B. (2000). A Body of Writing 1989-1999 (pp. 1-191). Walnut Creek: Alta Mira Press. 

Chapter 5, Women's Subjectivity and Feminist Stories is translated as Kvinders subjektivitet og feministiske fortællinger. In Søndergaard, Dorte Marie (2007): Feministiske Tænkere. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag. (179-207) 

Davies, B. (2000). (In)scribing Body/landscape Relations (pp. 1-277). Walnut Creek: Alta Mira Press. 

Davies, B. (1996). Power/Knowledge/Desire: Changing School Organisation and Management Practices (pp. 1-259). Canberra: Department of Employment, Education and Youth Affairs. 

Davies, B. (1995) Gender bias in School Textbooks (pp. 1-95). London: Commonwealth Secretariat.

Davies, B. (1994). Poststructuralist Theory and Classroom Practice (pp. 1-127). Geelong: Deakin University Press. 

Davies, B. (1993). Shards of Glass. Children Reading and Writing Beyond Gendered Identities. Sydney (pp. 1-205). Sydney: Allen and Unwin.  2nd Edition (2003) NJ Cresskill: Hampton Press.         

Davies, B. (1989). Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales. Preschool Children and Gender (pp. 1-152). Sydney: Allen and Unwin. 2nd Edition (2003) NJ Cresskill: Hampton Press.

    Chapter 1 translated intoHindi (2010) vol 1 of the Gender and Education Reader Vol 1, Nirantar Trust, New Delhi, 2006-229.

       Translated into Swedish by Christer Wallentin (2003), Hur flickor och pojkar goÖr kÖn.

                                         Stockholm, Liber (pp. 1-228).

       Translated into German by Das Argument (1992): Frosche und Schlangen und Feministiche

                                         Marchen . Zeitschrift fur Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften (pp. 1-187).

      Translated into Spanish by Ediciones Cátedra (1994): Sapos y culebras y Cuentos

                                         feministas. Universitat de Valencia, Instituto de la Mujer (pp. 1-256)

       Chapter 1 translated into Swedish by Tilda Maria Forselius, Bli pojke? Bli flicka? Locus. 3/97, 17-31.

                  Received the Outstanding Book Award from the American Education Association.

                  Reprinted in part in S. Scott & S. Jackson (Eds) Gender: A Reader. London, Routledge

                                 (2001).

Davies, B. (1988). Gender, Equity and Early Childhood (pp. 1-42). Curriculum Development Centre: Canberra, Schools Commission. 

Davies, B. (1982). Life in the Classroom and Playground. The Accounts of Primary School Children (pp. 1-206). London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. (Published in the Social Worlds of Childhood series, edited by Rom Harré). Reissued 2017 as part of the Routledge Library Editions: Sociology of Education