Patil, Tejaswini. Routledge; 2015. You can't have the struggle without the ugly fringe - Publicness in Australian National Imagination: Media representations of the Muslim demonstrations in Sydney in 2012.
Patil, Tejaswini. Routledge; 2017. Reflecting critically on my journey through social work education in Australia.
Patil, Tejaswini, Ennis, Gretchen Marie. Social Alternatives; 2016. Silence as a discourse in the public sphere: Media representations of Australians joining the fight in Syria.
Patil, Tejaswini, Mummery, Jane. Routledge; 2020. ‘Doing diversity’ in a social work context: reflecting on the use of critical reflection in social work education in an Australian University.
Patil, Tejaswini. Brill Academic Publishers; 2017. The politics of race, nationhood and hindu nationalism: The case of Gujarat riots of 2002.
McLaren, Helen, Patil, Tejaswini. Routledge; 2016. Manipulative silences and the politics of representation of boat children in Australian print media.
Patil, Tejaswini, Mummery, Jane. Routledge; 2019. Reflecting critically on the critical disposition within Internationalisation of the Curriculum (IoC) : The developmental journey of a curriculum design team.
Patil, Tejaswini, Hunt, Michelle, Cooper, Kimberlea, Townsend, Rob. Adult Learning Australia; 2020. Developing a case-based experiential learning model at a program level in a regional university : reflections on the developmental process.
Patil, Tejaswini, Cash, Penelope, Cant, Robyn, Mummery, Jane, Penney, Wendy. Blackwell Publishing; 2019. The lived experience of Australian opioid replacement therapy recipients in a community-based program in regional Victoria.
Patil, Tejaswini, McLaren, Helen. MDPI; 2019. Australian media and Islamophobia : Representations of asylum seeker children.
Patil, Tejaswini, Ennis, Gretchen. Oxford University Press; 2018. Critically reflecting on the Australian association of social workers code of ethics : Learning from a social work field placement.