Australianama: The South Asian Odyssey in Australia. London: Hurst & Co. New York: Oxford University Press, Forthcoming June 2018.
Camels, Ships and Trains: Translation Across the `Indian Archipelago,’ 1860-1930. PhD diss., Department of History, University of Sydney, 2012.
Examiners’ Reports by Dipesh Chakrabarty (University of Chicago) Isabel Hofmeyr (University of Witswatersrand) & Ann McGrath (Australian National University).
Prescribing Intimacy: Medical Pedagogy in the Australian Colonies, 1857-1890. Honours diss., University of Sydney, 2005.
Muslims in Australia: Beyond Narratives of Pioneers and Aliens, Challenging Australian History: Essays in Honour of Professor Emerita Marilyn Lake
, Eds. Joy Damousi & Judith Smart, 2018 (submitted).
Marlene Ross-The Patriot.” Lines of Wisdom
, ed. Martin Hughes, Melbourne: Affirm Press, 2008, 136-149.
Researcher & Writer, Freedom Rides: 40 Years On
. 50 mins, DVD. Sydney: Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation, 2012. After the Redfern race-riot of 2004, students from inner-city Sydney retrace the 1965 Freedom Ride through rural Australia, exploring how race-relations have changed over the last four decades. First screened on ABC-TV and shortlisted for ‘Film of the Year’ Award in 2012 Deadly National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music, Sport, Entertainment and Community Awards.
Presenter & Writer, Embedded with Nationalists
. 50 mins, DVD. Sydney: SBS-TV, 2009. This documentary examines Australian nationalism through interviews with white supremacists, Australian expatriate Germaine Greer, Aboriginal activist Murrandoo Yanner and young `pilgrims’ enroute to Gallipoli to commemorate WWI.
Producer & Director, Under the Table
. 6 mins, DVD. Directed by Samia Khatun. Bengali with English subtitles. Sydney: SBS-TV, 2003.
Producer & Director, Kacho.
6 mins, DVD. Directed by Samia Khatun. Bengali with English subtitles. Sydney: ABC-TV, 2002.