Linnell, S. and Davies, B. (2015) poetry, art and deleuze. Rhizomes. Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge 28

Speedy, J. and Davies, B. and. (2015) Jane’s stroke. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research

Wyatt, J., Gale, K., Gannon, S., Davies, B., Norman K. Denzin, N.K., and St. Pierre, E. (2015) Deleuze and collaborative writing: Responding to/with ‘JKSB’. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies

De Schauwer, E., Claes, L., Van De Putte, I., Verstichele, M. Davies, B., (submitted 2014). My Beloved Monster and Me: Beyond Moralism

De Schauwer, E., Claes, L., Van De Putte, I., Davies, B., (submitted 2015). The space-in-between normativity and difference/disability. International Journal for Inclusive Education

De Schauwer, E. and Davies, B. (accepted 2015) Crossing thresholds with a child with a disability, Departures in Critical Qualitative Research

Bansel, P. and Davies, B. (2014) Assembling Oscar, assembling South Africa, assembling affects. Emotion Space and Society

Davies, B., De Schauwer, E., Claes, L., De Munck, K., Van De Putte, I., Verstichele, M. (2013). Recognition and difference: a collective biography. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education Vol. 26, No. 6, 680–690

Davies, B. and Gannon, S. (2013) Collective biography and the entangled enlivening of being. International Review of Qualitative Research 5(4) 357-376

Davies, B., Gonick, M. Lampert, J. and Gottschall, K. (2013) Ruptures in the production of girlhood: teenage flows and multiplicities Girlhood Studies 6(1) 46-62

Davies, B. and Speedy, J. (2012) Who was Pierre Riviere? Introduction to the special issue, Emotion Space and Society 5(4) 207-215

Zabrodska, K., Linnell, S., Laws, C., and Davies, B. (2011) Bullying as intra-active process in neoliberal universities. Qualitative Inquiry 17, 709-719 

Petersen, E. B. and Davies, B. (2010). In/Difference in the neoliberalised university. Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences 3(2) 93-109

Davies, B. & Bansel, P. (2010). Governmentality and academic work: shaping the hearts and minds of academic workers. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing July 26(3) 5-20

Wyatt, J., Gale, K., Gannon, S. and Davies, B. (2010) Deleuzian Thought and Collaborative Writing: A Play in Four Acts. Qualitative Inquiry 16 730-741

Ellwood, C., Davies, B. (2010). Violence and the moral order in contemporary schooling: a discursive analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology 7(2) 85-98

Bansel, P., Davies, B., Laws, C., Linnell, S. (2009) Bullies, bullying and power in the contexts of schooling, British Journal of Sociology of Education. 30 (1) 59-69

Bansel, P., Davies, B., Gannon, S., Linnell, S. (2008) Technologies of audit at work on the writing subject: a discursive analysis, Studies in Higher Education. 33(6) 673-683

Bird Claiborne, L., Cornforth, S., Davies, B., Milligan, A. & White, J. (2008). Inclusion and mastery: variations on the theme of subjection. Gender and Education 5, 1-14.

Davies, B. & Davies, C. (2007). Having or being had by experience, Qualitative Inquiry13(8) 1139-1159

Davies, B. & Bansel, P. (2007). Governmentality and academic work: shaping the hearts and minds of academic workers. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing July 23(2)

Davies, B. & Bansel, P. (2007). Neoliberalism and education. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. Special issue on neoliberalism and education edited by Bronwyn Davies and Peter Bansel, 20(3), 247-260.

Davies, B. & Saltmarsh, S. (2007). Gender economies: literacy and the gendered production of neoliberal subjectivities. Gender and Education, 19(1), 1-20. 

Davies, B., Gottsche, M. & Bansel, P. (2006). The rise and fall of the neoliberal university.European Journal of Education, 41(2), 305-319.

Davies, B. Browne, J. Gannon, S. Hopkins, L., McCann, H., & Wihlborg, M. (2006). Constituting ‘the subject’ in poststructuralist discourse. Feminism & Psychology, 16(1), 87-103.

Davies, B., Gannon, S., Laws, C. & Edwards, J. (2007). Neoliberal subjectivities and the limits of social change in university-community partnerships. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 35(1), 27-39.