© 2018 by Emma A. Jane

ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ  chapters

chapters  -  scholarly (under review & forthcoming)

[26] Jane, Emma A. (forthcoming). "Beyond tipping points, trauma, and trailblazing: Adventure Time and the transordinary”. In Magalí Perez Riedel (ed.). Transgender Representation on Television. Peter Lang

 

chapters - scholarly

[25] Jane, Emma A. & Vincent, Nicole A (2020). “On gendered cyberhate and transdisciplinarity”, in Filimowicz, Michael & Tzankova, Veronika, Reimagining Communication, vol 1: Meaning. Routledge.

 

[24] Vincent, Nicole A and Jane, Emma A. (2019). “Parental Responsibility and Gene Editing”, in Erik Parens & Josephine Johnston (eds.). Human Flourishing in an Age of Gene Editing, submitted to Oxford University Press.

[23] Jane, Emma A. (2019). “It’s Not the End of the World: Post-Apocalyptic Flourishing in Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time”, in Diego Bubbio & Chris Fleming (eds.). Mimetic Theory and Film. New York: Bloomsbury.

 

[22] Jane, Emma A. (2018). “Hating 3.0: Should Anti-Fan Studies Be Renewed for Another Season?”, in Melissa Click (ed.). Anti-Fandom: Dislike and Hate in the Digital Age. New York: New York University Press.

[21] Jane, Emma A. (2018). “Zen and the Art of Choking to Death as a Single Parent”, in Camilla Nelson & Rachel Robertson (eds.). The Book of Dangerous Ideas About Mothers. University of Western Australia Press.

[20] Vincent, N.  A & Jane, Emma A. (2018). “Cognitive Enhancement: A Social Experiment with Technology”, in Ibo van de Poel, Lotte Asveld, and Donna C. Mehos (eds.). New Perspectives on Technology in Society: Experimentation Beyond the Laboratory. Oxon & New York: Routledge, pp. 125-14.

[19] Jane, Emma A. (2017). “Gendered Cyberhate: A New Digital Divide?”, in Massimo Ragnedda & Glenn W. Muschert (eds.). Theorizing Digital Divides. Oxon: Routledge, pp. 158-198.

[18] Jane, Emma A. (2017). “Feminist Flight and Fight Responses to Gendered Cyberhate”, in Marie Segrave & Laura Vitis (eds.). Gender, Technology and Violence. Oxon: Routledge, pp. 45-61.

[17] Jane, Emma A. (2017). “Gendered Cyberhate, Victim-Blaming, and Why the Internet Is More Like Driving a Car On a Road Than Being Naked in the Snow”, in Elena Martellozzo & Emma A. Jane (eds.). Cybercrime and its Victims. Oxon: Routledge, pp. 61-78.

[16] Jane, Emma A. & Martellozzo, Elena. (2017). “Introduction: Victims of Cybercrime on the Small “i” Internet”, in Elena Martellozzo and Emma A. Jane (eds.) An International Perspective. Oxon: Routledge, pp. 1-24.

[15] Vincent, Nicole A & Jane, Emma A. (2017). “Beyond Law: Protecting Cyber Victims Through Engineering and Design”, in Elena Martellozzo and Emma A. Jane (eds.). Cybercrime and its Victims. Routledge, Oxon, pp. 209-223.

[14] Jane, Emma A. (2014). “The Scapegoating of Cheerleading and Cheerleaders”, in Joel Hodge, Scott Cowdell & Chris Fleming (eds.). Violence, Desire, and the Sacred Volume 2: René Girard and Sacrifice in Life, Love, and Literature. New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 83-100.

[13] Jane, Emma A. (2011). “We’re Networking for Notoriety”, in Leanne Compton, Chrissy Collins, Donna Davies, Sally Lasslett, Catherine Murphy, Margaret Stone, & Arena Nilsson (eds.). Jump Start 9 & 10. Australia: Cambridge University Press, pp. 72-3.

[12] Tom, Emma* (2009). “Confessions of a Kindergarten Leper”, in Russell Blackford & Udo Schuklenk (eds.). 50 Voices of Disbelief. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 82-85.

[11] Tom, Emma (2006). “Youth”, in Peter Beilharz & Trevor Hogan (eds.). Sociology: Place, Time & Division. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. 227-230.

 

chapters – other

[10] Vincent, Nicole A & Jane, Emma A. (2014). “Put Down the Smart Drugs – Cognitive Enhancement is Ethically Risk Business”, in The Conversation (ed.). 2014: A Year in the Life of Australia. Sydney: Future Leaders, pp. 120-124.

 

chapters – short fiction

[9] Tom, Emma (2012). “In Bed With”, in Jessica Adams (ed.), In Bed With. Camberwell, Victoria: Penguin Books.

 

[8] Tom, Emma (2002). “No Wuckers”, in Jessica Adams, Maggie Alderson, Nick Earls & Imogen Edwards-Jones (eds.). Big Night Out. Camberwell: Penguin Books, pp. 334-353.

[7] Tom, Emma (2000). “One More Than Thirteen”, in Sarah Neal (ed.). Dumped. Victoria: Black Inc, pp. 87-104.

]6] Tom, Emma (1999). “Rays”, in Caro Llewellyn (ed.). My One True Love. Sydney: Random House, pp. 85-101.

[5] Tom, Emma (1998). “When Lachlan Strang Finally Saw Halley’s Comet”, in Ruth Hessey & Samantha Trenoweth (eds.). Screwed. St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, pp. 24-36.

[4] Tom, Emma (1997). “Overkill, Ay”, in Fiona Giles (ed.). Dick for a Day. Sydney: Random House, pp. 72-90.

[3] Tom, Emma (1996). “Rosco”, in Matthew Condon & Richard Lawson (eds.). Smashed. Sydney: Random House, pp. 31-52.

 

chapters – long-form non-fiction

[2] Tom, Emma (1997). “My Life as a Cheerleader”, in Deborah Callaghan (publisher). Carlton & United 1997 Best Australian Sports Writing & Photography. Sydney: Random House, pp. 159-168.

[1] Tom, Emma (1997). “Into the Ring”, in Deborah Callaghan (publisher). Carlton & United 1997 Best Australian Sports Writing & Photography. Sydney: Random House, pp. 201-208.

* Previously I published as "Emma Tom"