Wilson, Jacqueline, Marks, Genee, Noone, Lynne, Hamilton-Mackenzie, Jennifer. Taylor & Francis; 2010. Retaining a foothold on the slippery paths of academia : University women, indirect discrimination, and the academic marketplace.
Marks, Genee. Adelaide : AARE; 2006. Action and agency : People with intellectual disability shaping their future.
Phillips, Joy, Marks, Genee. ; 2006. Coming out, coming in: How do dominant discourses around aged care facilities take into the account the identity and needs of ageing lesbians.
Marks, Genee, Milne, Jay. Corfu, Greece :; 2008. iPod therefore I can : Enhancing the learning of children with intellectual disabilities through emerging technologies.
Marks, Genee. Herstmonceux Castle Brigham Young University; 2010. The rhetoric and the reality: Facing the truth in teaching disability studies.
Marks, Genee. Brisbane : Karen Moorhead; 2005. Since I came to work at DAL I don't have a disability.
Fisher, John, Barnes, Philip, Marks, Genee. Australian Association for Religious Education; 2009. Pre-service teachers' spiritual well-being across time and faiths : Implications for religious education.
Phillips, Joy, Marks, Genee. Taylor & Francis; 2008. Ageing lesbians : Marginalising discourses and social exclusion in the aged care industry.
Marks, Genee. ; 2006. Identity and ownership : Since I came to work at dal I don’t have a disability.
Marks, Genee. University of NSW, Sydney :; 2009. I'd like to write an organ symphony of my life : Co-researching with people with intellectual disabilities.
Mousley, Judith, Marks, Genee. Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic : International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education; 2006. Mathematics education in rural schools.
Tytler, Russell, Mousley, Judith, Tobias, Steve, MacMillan, Agnes, Marks, Genee. ; 2006. You don’t have other teachers to bounce ideas off.
Meredith, Grant, Packman, Ann, Marks, Genee. ; 2012. Stuttering, disability and the higher education sector in Australia.
Marks, Genee. Amsterdam, The Netherlands :; 2007. Courage and hope : Towards an evolving paradigm of inclusive and transformational dis/ability research.