Publications

Some journal articles and book chapters may be viewed in Academia.edu or UOW RIS.

Edited books and journals

  • Dreher, T and C Ho (eds) ‘Beyond the Hijab Debates: New conversations on gender, race and religion’ Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Osuri, G & T Dreher (2009) ‘Acting Sovereign: Interventions in a politics of gendered protectionism’ borderlands ejournal Vol 8 (1)
  • O’Donnell, P, J Lloyd and T Dreher (2009) ‘Listening, Pathbuilding, Continuations: a new research agenda for media and cultural studies’ Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies Vol 23 (4)
  • Dreher, T & C Ho (2007) ‘”Not another hijab row”: New conversations on gender, race, religion and the making of communities’, Transforming Cultures eJournal Vol 2.

Refereed journal articles

  • Dreher, T, K McCallum, and L Waller (2016) “Indigenous voices and mediatized policy-making in the digital age.” Information, Communication & Society Volume 19, Issue 1, pages 23-39
  • Dreher, T (2016) ‘Pinkwashing the Past: Gay Rights, Military History and the Sidelining of Protest in Australia’. Oñati Socio-legal Series [online], 6 (1), 116-136.available online at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2724515
  • Waller, L., Dreher, T. & McCallum, K. (2015) ‘The listening key: Unlocking the democratic potential of Indigenous participatory media’. Media International Australia, 154, pp. 57-66.
  • Dreher, T and M Voyer (2014) ‘Climate Change Refugees or Migrants? Shifting news frames on climate change impacts in the Pacific’ Environmental Communication
  • Voyer, M, T Dreher and W Gladstone (2013) ‘Who cares, wins: local media and marine parks politics’ Ocean and Coastal Management
  • Flood, M, T Dreher & B Martin (2013) ‘Activism and Academia: A toolkit for managing competing demands’ Australian Universities Review
  • Dreher, T (2012) ‘A partial promise of voice? Digital storytelling and the limits of listening’ Media International Australia Feb 157- 166
  • Dreher, T (2010) ‘Speaking up or being heard? Community media interventions and the politics of listening’ Media, Culture and Society Vol 32(1) pp1-19
  • Bloch, B.A. & Dreher, T. 2009, ‘Resentment and Reluctance: Working with everyday diversity and everyday racism in Southern Sydney’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 193-209.
  • Dreher, T. 2009, ‘Listening across difference: Media and multiculturalism beyond the politics of voice’, Continuum, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 445-458.
  • Dreher, T. 2009, ‘Eavesdropping with permission: the politics of listening for safer speaking spaces’, Borderlands E-Journal, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 1-21.
  • O’Donnell, P.A., Lloyd, J.S. & Dreher, T. 2009, ‘Listening, pathbuilding and continuations: A research agenda for the analysis of listening’, Continuum, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 423-439.
  • Couldry, N. & Dreher, T. 2007, ‘Globalization and the Public Sphere: The Space of Community Media in Sydney’, Global Media and Communication, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 79-100.
  • Ho, C. & Dreher, T. 2007, ‘Not another hijab row: New conversations on gender, race, religion and the making of communities’, Transforming Cultures eJournal, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 1-14.
  • Couldry, N and T Dreher (2007) ‘Globalization and the Public Sphere: The Space of Community Media in Sydney’ Global Media and Communication Vol 3(1) 79 – 100
  • Dreher, T. 2006, ‘From cobra grubs to dragons: negotiating the Politics of Representation in Cultural Research’, Cultural Studies Review, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 90-106.
  • Dreher, T. 2003, ‘Speaking up and talking back: News media interventions in Sydney’s ‘othered’ communities’, Media International Australia incorporating Culture & Policy, vol. November, no. 109, pp. 121-137.
  • Dreher, T. 2002, ‘Intersections: an interdisciplinary approach to media, identity and place’, Australian Journal of Communication, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 67-80.
  • Dreher, T (2000) ‘Home invasion: television, identity and belonging in Sydney’s western suburbs’ Media International Australia incorporating Culture & Policy No 94, February, 131 – 146

Book chapters

  • Dreher, T (2014) ‘White Bread Media’ invited contribution to  Cunningham, S and S Turnbull (eds) The Media and Communications in Australia Sixth Edition, Allen and Unwin, Sydney *
  • Voyer, M, T Dreher, W Gladstone and H Goodall (2013) ‘Carving the stake: dodgy science or global necessity? A comparative analysis of media coverage of marine parks in NSW (2005-2010) in Environmental Conflict and the Media, eds. Libby Lester and Brett Hutchins, Peter Lang, New York
  • Dreher, T. 2010, ‘Media Interventions in Racialized Communities’ in Kevin Howley (eds), Understanding Community Media, SAGE, Thousand oaks, California, pp. 143-150.
  • Dreher, T (2009) ‘Media and Cultural Diversity’ chapter in Cunningham, S and G Turner (eds) The Media and Communications in Australia Fifth Edition, Allen and Unwin, Sydney
  • Dreher, T (2009) ‘Muslim media interventions: a command performance’ in Australian Muslims and the Media Ewart, J & H Rane (eds) Melbourne University Press, Melbourne Vic
  • Chalmers, S. & Dreher, T. 2009, ‘Safeguarding Masculinity’ in Tanja Dreher and Christina HO (eds), Beyond the Hijab Debates, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne UK, pp. 134-148.
  • Dreher, T. & Ho, C. 2009, ‘New conversations on gender, race and religion’ in Tanja Dreher and Christina HO (eds), Beyond the Hijab Debates, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne UK, pp. 1-15.
  • Dreher, T. 2007, ‘Contesting Cabramatta’ in Poynting, S; Morgan, G (eds), Outrageous, ACYS Publishing, Tasmania, pp. 111-124.
  • Dreher, T. 2007, ‘News Media Responsibilities in Reporting Terrorism’ in Lynch, A; Williams, G; MacDonald, E (eds), Law and Liberty in the War on Terror, The Federation Press, Sydney, Australia, pp. 211-219.
  • Dreher, T (2000) ‘Cabramatta news talk: Audiences, identity and symbolic power’, The Other Sydney: Communities, Identities and Inequalities in Western Sydney edited by J Collins and S Poynting, Common Ground Melbourne 106-122.

Research monographs (refereed)

  • Dreher, T (2012) The power of one on one: Living Libraries and the challenges of antiracism work UTS Shopfront Research Monograph Series No 7, University of Technology, Sydney ePress
  • Dreher, T (2006) ‘Whose Responsibility? Community antiracism strategies in NSW after September 11, 2001, UTS Shopfront Research Monograph Series No 3, University of Technology, Sydney ePress
  • Dreher, T (2005) ‘Targeted’: experiences of racism in NSW after September 11, 2001 UTS Shopfront Research Monograph Series No 1, University of Technology, Sydney ePress

Edited Special Editions

  • O’Donnell, P, J Lloyd & T Dreher (2009) ‘Listening: a new way of engaging media and culture’ Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies Vol 23 (4)
  • Osuri, G & T Dreher (2009) ‘Acting Sovereign: Interventions in a politics of gendered protectionism’ borderlands ejournal Vol 8 (1)
  • Dreher, T & C Ho (2007) ‘”Not another hijab row”: New conversations on gender, race, religion and the making of communities’, Transforming Cultures eJournal Vol 2

Refereed conference papers

  • Dreher, T. 2008, ‘Media, multiculturalism and the politics of listening’, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, July 2008 in ANZCA08: Power and Place: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Communication Association Conference, ed Dr Elspeth Tilley, Department of Communication, Journalism & Marketing, Massey University, pp. 1-14.
  • Dreher, T (2001) ‘Intersections: a transdisciplinary approach to media, identity and place’ in Transdisciplinarity Refereed proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia pp. 82 – 92. This paper was awarded the Grant Noble Award for Best Postgraduate Paper.

Other non-refereed publications

  • Osuri, G, T Dreher & E Laforteza (2009) ‘”Acting sovereign” in the face of gendered protectionism’ borderlands ejournal Vol 8 (1)
  • Lee-Shoy and Dreher (2009) ‘Listening spaces for intergenerational communication’ Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies Vol 23 (4)
  • Ho, C & T Dreher (2009) ‘Not Another Hijab Row: New Conversations on Gender, Race, Religion and the Making of Communities’ International Feminist Journal of Politics Vol 11 (1) 114 – 126.
  • Dreher, T (2006) ‘”What is the solution?” Moving cultural diversity to the centre of journalism debates’ section IV of the colloquium ‘Talking about Journalism and Cultural Diversity’ Australian Studies in Journalism No 16 July.
  • Dreher, T and F Simmons (2006) ‘Australian Muslim Women’s Media Interventions’ Feminist Media Studies  Vol 6 (1) 117 – 120.
  • O’Donnell, P and T Dreher (2002) ‘Teaching Students to Challenge the War-as-Justice Rhetoric’ Feminist Media Studies Vol 2 (1) 147 – 149.
  • Dreher, T. (2000) ‘Mapping Media Power’ Review Essay in Communal/Plural: Journal of Transnational and Cross-Cultural Studies Vol 8 (3) 257-264

Audio-visual Recording

  • Castillo, A. & Dreher, T. 2001, Tune in to Fairfield City: a multicultural driving tour. (Audio recording and Guide)

Reports

  • Dreher, T & B Bloch (2007) Thinking Outside the Square: Capacity Building for Community Conflict Resolution in Rockdale, UTS Shopfront unpublished report to Rockdale City Council, Sydney.
  • Dreher, T & J Collins (2005) Building Bridges: community relations in NSW after September 11, 2001, UTS Shopfront unpublished report to Community Relations Commission for a multicultural NSW, Sydney.