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Publications by Julie Stubbs

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Books and edited collections

Brown D, Cunneen C, Schwartz, M, Stubbs J and Young C, (2016) Justice reinvestment: Winding back imprisonment  Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9781137449108.

Stubbs J & Tomsen S (editors) (2016) Australian Violence: Crime, Criminal Justice and Beyond  Federation Press, Leichhardt. 

Fitz-Gibbon K & Stubbs J (editors) (2012) Legal Responses to Lethal Violence, Special issue of Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology, volume 43(3).

Mason, G & Stubbs, J (editors) (2010) Beyond prison: Women, incarceration and justice?  Special issue of Current Issues in Criminal Justice,  volume 22(2).

Cook, K, Daly, K & Stubbs J (editors) (2006) Gender, Race, and Restorative Justice, Special issue of Theoretical Criminology,  volume 10 (1) .

Cunneen C & Stubbs J, (1997) Gender, race and international relations: Violence against Filipino women in Australia Institute of Criminology, Sydney

Stubbs, J (editor), (1994) Women, male violence and the law, Institute of Criminology, Sydney.

Chapters

Stubbs J & Baldry E (forthcoming 2017) ‘In pursuit of fundamental change within the Australian penal landscape: Taking inspiration from the Corston Report’  in L.Moore,  P. Scraton & A. Wahidin (eds) Women’s imprisonment and the case for abolition Routledge, London, pp129-149.

Stubbs, J (2017) ‘Crime, the home and homelessness’ in D. Palmer, W de Lint & D. Dalton (eds) Crime and Criminal Justice 5th ed. Thomson Reuters pp151-171.

Stubbs J & Wangmann J (2017) 'Australian perspectives on domestic violence’ in E Buzawa (ed) Global Responses to Domestic Violence, Palgrave pp167-188.

Stubbs  J,  (2016), ‘Women, girls and gendered violence’ in J Stubbs J & S Tomsen (eds) Australian Violence: Crime, Criminal Justice and Beyond  Federation Press, Leichhardt, pp67-86.

Stubbs J & Tomsen S, (2016), ‘Australian violence: Then and now ‘in J Stubbs & S Tomsen (eds) Australian Violence: Crime, Criminal Justice and Beyond  Federation Press, Leichhardt, pp1-13.

Brown, D Cunneen C, Schwartz M, Stubbs J and Young, C (2016) ‘Justice Reinvestment as Social Justice’ in L Weber, M Marmo and E Fishwick eds. Routledge Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights, Routledge, pp309-318.

Stubbs, J (2016) 'Murder, manslaughter and domestic violence' in K Fitz-Gibbon and S Walklate (eds) Homicide, gender and responsibility Routledge, pp36-52. 

Stubbs J (2016) ''Searching for Integrity in Domestic Violence Policing'' Hunter J, Roberts P, Young S, Dixon D (eds), Integrity in the Criminal Process : From Theory into Practice  Hart UK, pp53-74.

Sheehy, E, Stubbs J and Tolmie J (2015) ‘When self defence fails’ in K Fitz-Gibbon and A Freiberg (eds), Homicide Law Reform In Victoria: Prospects and Retrospect Federation Press, pp110-127.

Stubbs J and Wangmann J (2015) ‘Competing conceptions of victims of domestic violence within legal processes’ in D Wilson and S Ross (eds) Crime, victims and policy Palgrave Macmillan, pp107-132.

Stubbs J (2014 ) 'A well-founded fear?  Giving context to self defence in R v Taikato' in H Douglas, F Bartlett, T Luker & R Hunter (eds)  Australian Feminist Judgments: Righting and re-writing law, Hart Publishing, UK, pp 243-249.

Stubbs J (2014 ) 'Gendered violence and restorative justice' in A Restorative Approach to Family Violence: Changing Tack Edited by A Heydon, L. Gelsthorpe, V. Kingi & A. Morris, Ashgate, UK, pp199-210.

Stubbs J (2013) 'Indigenous women and penal discourse ' in Carrington K, Ball M, O'Brien E and Tauri J (eds) Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Houndmills UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp248-266.

Stubbs J (2012) 'Justice for Gendered Violence: What does Restorative Justice Offer?' In Bolitho, J, Bruce, J, Mason, G (eds) Restorative Justice: Adults and Emerging Practice. Sydney: Sydney Institute of Criminology, pp194-213.

Mason, G and Stubbs J. (2012) 'Feminist approaches to criminological research'  In D. Gadd, S. Karstedt and S. Messner (Eds) The Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods, Sage  ch 32,

Daly, K & Stubbs J (2011) 'Feminist engagement with restorative justice' in Meda Chesney-Lind and Merry Morash (eds) Feminist Theories of Crime, Ashgate reprinted with permission from Theoretical Criminology 2006 10(1) 9-28.

Stubbs J (2011) 'Crime and the home' In Marmo, M, de Lint W & Palmer D (eds) Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, 4th Edition Thomson Reuters, ch. 8.

Mason, G. and Stubbs, J. (2011) 'Feminist criminological research and the meanings of violence' in L Bartels and K Richards (eds) Qualitative criminology: stories from the field Federation Press, pp137-148.

Stubbs J (2010) 'Restorative justice, gendered violence and Indigenous women' in J. Ptacek (ed) Feminism, Restorative Justice, and Violence Against Women New York: Oxford University Press. pp103-122.

Stubbs, J (2009) 'Beyond apology? Domestic violence and critical questions for restorative justice', in C Hoyle (ed) Restorative justice: Critical Concepts in Criminology vol. II ch. 22, Routledge London. [Reproduced with permission from Criminology and Criminal Justice: An International Journal 7(2) 169-187].

Stubbs J (2008,) 'Critical criminological research' Chapter 1, in Thalia Anthony & Chris Cunneen (eds) Critical Criminology Companion Sydney: Federation Press.

                               Reprinted in Routledge Major Works Collection: Critical Criminology eds. Walter S DeKeseredy, Molly Dragiewicz, forthcoming 2014

Daly K. & Stubbs J, (2007) 'Feminist theory, feminist and anti-racist politics, and restorative justice' Gerry Johnstone and Daniel van Ness (eds.) Handbook of Restorative Justice. Cullumpton: Willan Publishing, Chapter 9. [ISBN 1843921502]

Stubbs J (2005) 'Crime and the home' in Goldsmith, Israel & Daly (Editors) Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, 3rd Edition Thomson. ch 9, pp175-193 [ISBN 0 455 22256 8 ].

Stubbs J & Tolmie J (2005) 'Defending Battered Women on Charges of Homicide: The Structural and Systemic Versus the Personal and Particular' in Wendy Chan, Dorothy E Chunn & Robert Menzies (eds), Women, mental disorder and the law, Glasshouse Press, London pp191-210 [ISBN 1-90438-509-5 ].

Cunneen, Chris & Stubbs, Julie (2004) 'Cultural Criminology: Engaging with Race, Gender and Post-colonial Identities' in J Ferrell, K Hayward, W Morrison & M Presdee (eds) Cultural Criminology Unleashed Glasshouse Press, London, pp 97-108 [ISBN 1-90438-537-9 ]

Stubbs J (2003) 'Crime and the home' in Goldsmith A, Israel M & Daly K (eds) Crime and Justice in the 21st Century, An Australian Textbook in Criminology 2nd ed. LBC, Sydney, Chapter 9. pp159-177. [ISBN 0 455 21831 5 ]

Cunneen, Chris & Stubbs, Julie (2003) 'Fantasy Islands: Desire, 'Race' and Violence' in Steve Tomsen & Mike Donaldson (ed). Male Trouble, North Melbourne, Pluto Press [ISBN 1 86403 121 2 ].

Stubbs Julie (2002) 'Domestic violence and women's safety: Feminist challenges to restorative justice' in Strang H & Braithwaite J (eds) Restorative justice and family violence Cambridge University Press, Melbourne pp42-61.[ISBN 0 521 81846 X]

Cunneen, Chris & Stubbs, Julie (2002) 'Migration, Political Economy And Violence Against Women: The Post Immigration Experiences Of Filipino Women In Australia', In Migration, Culture Conflict and Crime Edited by Joshua D. Freilich, Graeme Newman, S. Giora Shoham and Moshe Addad, Ashgate Publishing, Advances in Criminology, Chapter 11, pp159-186 [ 0-7546-2258-4 ]

Stubbs  J, 1997, ‘Shame, defiance and violence against women: A critical analysis of ‘communitarian’ conferencing’ in S Cook & J Bessant (editors) Women’s encounters with violence: Australian experiences Sage, Thousand Oaks, 109-126.

Stubbs J, 1996, ‘Domestic violence: Possibilities and limitations of law reform’ in W Lambourne (editor) Speaking out against violence: National and international perspectives on violence against women Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney.

Stubbs J, 1995, ‘Communitarian conferencing and violence against women: A cautionary note’ in M Valverde, L MacLeod, and K Johnson, (editors.) Wife Assault and the Canadian Criminal Justice System: Issues and Policies Toronto: Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, 260-289.

Stubbs , J, 1994, `Introduction' in J Stubbs J (editor) Women, male violence and the law, Institute of Criminology, Sydney, 1-12.

Stubbs, J. & Tolmie J, 1994, `Battered woman syndrome in Australia: A challenge to gender bias in the law?' in J Stubbs (editor ) Women, male violence and the law, Institute of Criminology, Sydney, 192-225,   .

Stubbs  J  & Wallace A, 1988, ‘Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence?’ in M Findlay, & R Hogg (editors) Understanding Crime and Criminal Justice, Law Books,  Sydney, 52-77, .

Stubbs, J & Andrews, JS, 1983, ‘A Review of the  Operation of the N.S.W. Bail Act, 1978’ in M Findlay, SJ Egger, & AJ Sutton, (editors) Issues in Criminal Justice Administration, George Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 83-95 .

Articles

Stubbs J (2016) 'Downsizing Prisons in an Age of Austerity? Justice Reinvestment and Women’s Imprisonment'  Onati Socio-legal series 6(1) 91-115. [online] Available from: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2636756.

Stubbs J (2015) ‘Gendered Violence, Intersectionalities and Resisting Gender Neutrality’   Onati Socio-legal series,  5(6) 1433-1451. [online] Available from:  http://ssrn.com/abstract=2700351.

Sheehy E, J Stubbs & J Tolmie (2014) ‘Securing Fair Outcomes for Battered Women Charged with Homicide: Analysing Defence Lawyering in R v Falls’  38(2) Melbourne University Law Review 666-708.

Sheehy E, J Stubbs & J Tolmie (2012) 'Defences to Homicide for Battered Women: A Comparative Analysis of Laws in Australia, Canada and New Zealand' Sydney Law Review 34(3) 467-492.

Sheehy E, J Stubbs & J Tolmie (2012) Battered women charged with homicide in Australia, Canada and New Zealand: How do they fare? Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology 45(3) 383-399.

Fitz-Gibbon K and Stubbs J (2012) Divergent directions in reforming legal responses to lethal violence Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology 45(3) 318-336.

Stubbs, J (2011) 'Indigenous women in Australian criminal justice: Over-represented but rarely acknowledged' 15(1)Australian Indigenous Law Review 47-63.

Stubbs, J. (2010) Re-thinking bail and remand for young people in NSW, Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology  43(3) 485-505 .

Stubbs, J. (2010) Relations of Domination and Subordination: Challenges for Restorative Justice in Responding to Domestic Violence University of New South Wales Law Journal 16(2): 970-986.

Stubbs J and Tolmie J (2008) 'Battered women charged with homicide: Advancing the interests of Indigenous women' Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology, 41(1) 138-161 .

Stubbs, J (2007) Beyond apology? Domestic violence and critical questions for restorative justice, Criminology and Criminal Justice: An International Journal 7(2) 169-187, Sage. [Reproduced in C Hoyle (ed) (2009) Restorative justice: Critical Concepts in Criminology vol. II ch. 22, Routledge London].

Daly, Kathleen and Julie Stubbs (2006) Feminist engagement with restorative justice Gender, Race, and Restorative Justice, Special issue of Theoretical Criminology 10(1) 9-28.

Stubbs J (2004) Domestic violence, laws and homelessness in Australia Parity 17(1) 41-2.

Stubbs J (2003) Sexual assault, criminal justice and law and order Women Against Violence Issue 14 (July) , 14-26.

Kaye, M Stubbs J & Tolmie J (2003) Domestic Violence, Separation and Parenting: Negotiating Safety Using Legal Processes' Current Issues in Criminal Justice 15(2) 73-94.

Kaye, M Stubbs J & Tolmie J 'Domestic violence and child contact arrangements' (2003) 17 Australian J of Family Law 93-133.

Cunneen C & Stubbs J, 2000, “Male violence, male fantasy and the commodification of women through the internet” 7 (1/2/3) International Review of Victimology,  5-28 .

Stubbs J & Tolmie J, 1999, ‘Falling Short of the Challenge? A Comparative Assessment of the Australian Use of Expert Evidence on the Battered Woman Syndrome’  23 Melbourne University Law Review 709-748 .

Stubbs J, 1999, ‘An international criminal justice strategy to eliminate violence against women’ 10 (3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 314-318.

Hunter R & Stubbs J, 1999, ‘Model laws or missed opportunity? Recent Proposals Concerning Domestic Violence Law Reform’ 24 (1) Alternative Law Journal 12-16,

Stubbs J & Tolmie J, 1998, ‘Feminisms, self defence and battered women: A response to Hubble’s straw feminist’   10(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 73-84 .

Cunneen C & Stubbs J, 1996 ‘ “I thought I’d found the perfect wife”: Male violence against Filipino women in Australia ‘4 (1)  Waikato Law Review 131 .

Stubbs J, 1996, 'Battered woman syndrome: An advance for women or reinforcing orthodoxy' 1 Women against violence, 5-1

Stubbs J, 1995, ‘Teaching about violence against women: An interdisciplinary project’ 6(2)  Legal Education Review  229-240.

Stubbs J  & Tolmie J, 1995, `Race, gender and the Battered Woman Syndrome: an Australian case study'  8 (1) Canadian J of Women and Law 122-158.

Travis G, Brown D, Egger S, Hogg R, O’Toole B & Stubbs J , 1995, ‘The international crime surveys: some methodological concerns’ 6(3) Current issues in criminal justice 346-361.

Sheehy E, Stubbs J & Tolmie J, 1992, `Defending Battered Women on Trial: The Battered Woman Syndrome and its Limitations'  Criminal Law Journal 16, 369-394.

Stubbs  J, 1992, `The (un)reasonable battered woman?: A reply to Easteal' 3(3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 359-361.

Parkinson P, Tremayne  K & Stubbs, J, 1992, `The HSC and university results as predictors of success in law' 3(2), Legal Education Review 235-266.

Stubbs J, 1991, `The sentencing of young offenders in Canada: a question of principle?' 3(2) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 219-236.

Stubbs J, 1991, `Battered Woman Syndrome: An advance for women or further evidence of the legal system's inability to comprehend women's experience?' 3(2) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 267-270.

Other

Stubbs, J (2012) Biographical Box, in Renzetti, C, Miller S & Gover A (eds) Routledge International Handbook of Crime and Gender Studies Routledge NY , pp118-119.

Fitz-Gibbon K & Stubbs J (2012) Editorial, Legal Responses to Lethal Violence Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology 45(3) 316-317.

Co-editor, (2012) Legal responses to lethal violence, Special issue of Australian & New Zealand J of Criminology 45(3) (with K. Fitz-Gibbon)

Editor, (2010) Beyond prison: Women, incarceration and justice? Special issue of Current Issues in Criminal Justice vol 22(2) (with G. Mason)

Mason, G and Stubbs J (2010) Introduction: Beyond prison: Women, incarceration and justice? Special issue of Current Issues in Criminal Justice vol 22(2); 1-4.

Editor, Gender, Race, and Restorative Justice, Special issue of Theoretical Criminology (Vol. 10, No. 1, November 2006) with K. Cook and K Daly.

Stubbs J (2004) Restorative Justice, Domestic Violence and Family Violence Australian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse, Issues Paper No 9, pp24 [ISSN 1443-8496], http://www.austdvclearinghouse.unsw.edu.au/PDF%20files/Issues_Paper_9.pdf.

Kaye, M, Stubbs J & Tolmie J (2003) Negotiating child residence and contact against a background of domestic violence, Working Paper No. 4, Families, Law and Social Policy Research Unit, Griffith University http://www.griffith.edu.au/centre/slrc/flru/content04.html

Book Reviews

Anita Kalunta-Crumpton (ed.) Race, Crime and Justice: International Perspectives, (Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, UK), 2010, 352pp (hbk), Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2011) 44(2) 317-320 .

Cain, Maureen & Adrian Howe (Eds) (2008) Women, Crime and Social Harm: Towards A Criminology For The Global Era. (Oxford: Hart Publishing,) and Zahn, Margaret (2009) The Delinquent Girl (Philadelphia: Temple University Press) British Journal of Criminology (2010) 50(2):381-385.

Miller, Jody (2008) Getting played: African American girls, urban inequality and gendered violence (New York University Press, New York, NY) Theoretical Criminology (2008), 12 (4) 562-3.

Submissions

Gibbon H,  Steel A,  Stubbs J and  Young C , Submission to the NSW Government on the Exposure Draft Bill Crimes Amendment (Provocation) Bill 2013, 20 November 2013.

Brown D,  Cunneen C,  Schwartz M,  Stubbs J and  Young C, Submission No 114 to Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Parliament of Australia, Value of a justice reinvestment approach to criminal justice in Australia, 20 June 2013.

Stubbs J (2012) Submission to the NSW Parliament, Legislative Council, Select Committee on the partial defence of provocation.

Stubbs J (2011) Submission to the NSW Parliament, Standing Committee on Social Issues, Inquiry into domestic violence trends and issues in NSW

Steel A and Stubbs J (2010) Submission on the Review of the Bail Act and Draft Bail Bill 2010 [NSW Dept of Justice and Attorney General].

Stubbs J (2010) Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission/ NSW Law Reform Commission inquiry Family Violence: Improving Legal Frameworks.

Graycar & Stubbs (2008) NSW Special Inquiry into the NSW Department of Community Services.

Stubbs J (2007) NSW Government, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Submission to Review on Coordinating NSW Government Action Against Domestic and Family Violence, ARTD consultants,

Stubbs J (2007) NSW Attorney General's Department, Submission to the Criminal Law Review Division, in response to the discussion paper on the law of consent and sexual assault.

Kaye, Stubbs and Tolmie (2003) Submission to Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs Child Custody Arrangements Inquiry, House of Representatives, Commonwealth Parliament.

Kaye, Stubbs and Tolmie (2003) Submission to the Family Court of Australia Family Violence Inquiry.

Stubbs J (2003) Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission Discussion Paper 45 (2002) Apprehended Violence Orders: Part 15A of the Crimes Act.

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