Wilson, Jacqueline. Oxford University Press; 2012. 'The incarcerated'.
Wilson, Jacqueline. ; 2011. Dark Tourism and National Identity in the Australian history curriculum.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Taylor & Francis; 2010. After the orphanage : Life beyond the children's home.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Russell, Peter, McCart, Simon. Australian Scholarly Publishing; 2014. The Parramatta female factory precinct and the National history curriculum.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd; 2014. Ambient hate : Racist graffiti and social apathy in a rural community.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Boyle, Ian. Palgrave MacMillan; 2017. Representing political oppression : The Stasi Prison as an edifice of cultural memory in modern Berlin.
Ross, Jeffrey, Bengtsen, Peter, Lennon, John, Phillips, Susan, Wilson, Jacqueline. Elsevier Inc.; 2017. In search of academic legitimacy : The current state of scholarship on graffiti and street art.
Brandenburg, Robyn, Wilson, Jacqueline. Sense Publishers; 2013. Pedagogies for the future: Leading quality learning and teaching in higher education.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Rotterdam Sense Publishers; 2013. Educational Dissonance: Reconciling a radical upbringing.
Wilson, Jacqueline. UK Wiley; 2008. Racist and political extremist graffiti in Australian Prisons, 1970s to 1990s.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Golding, Frank. Palgrave Macmillan; 2015. Contested memories : Caring about the past - or past caring?.
Wilson, Jacqueline. New York Peter Lang; 2008. Prison : Cultural memory and dark tourism.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Australian Historical Association; 2003. Relics of a desperate act : Escape and containment in J Ward.
Ashton, Paul, Wilson, Jacqueline. Australian Scholarly Publishing; 2014. Sites of conscience: Remembering disappearance , execution, imprisonment, murder, slavery and torture.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Wilfrid Laurier University Press; 2015. Don't mention the "F" word: Using images of transgressive texts to gendered history.
Michell, Dee, Wilson, Jacqueline, Archer, Verity. Sense Publishers; 2015. Introduction: A working-class world-view in an Academic environment.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Taylor and Francis; 2017. Visual criminology and cultural memory : The aestheticization of boat people.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Golding, Frank. Palgrave Macmillan; 2016. Muddling upwards : The unexpected, unpredictable and strange on the path from care to high achievement in Victoria, Australia.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Melbourne Melbourne University Press; 2005. Ellen Kelly.
Michell, Dee, Wilson, Jacqueline, Archer, Verity. Sense Publishers; 2015. Bread and roses : Voices of Australian Academics from the working class.
Ashton, Paul, Wilson, Jacqueline. Australian Scholarly Publishing; 2014. Introduction: new context in Australian public history: Australia's institutionalised and incarcerated.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis Group; 2016. Prison inmate graffiti.
Mendes, Philip, Michell, Dee, Wilson, Jacqueline. Young people transitioning from Out-of-home Care and Access to Higher Education: A Critical review of the literature. 2014.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Sage; 2008. Pecking orders : Power relationships and gender in Australian prison graffiti.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Routledge; 2005. Representing Pentridge : The loss of narrative diversity in the populist interpretation of a former total institution.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Transgressive decor : Narrative glimpses in Australian prisons, 1970s-1990s. 2008.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Mendes, Philip, Golding, Frank. Routledge; 2018. Hope Street : From voice to agency for care-leavers in higher education.
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.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Routledge; 2009. Adolescent resistance narratives in a satirical schoolyard : The case of summer heights high.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Beyond the walls: Sites of trauma and suffering, forgotten Australians and institutionalisation via punitive 'welfare'. 2013.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Golding, Frank. Routledge; 2018. The tacit semantics of ‘Loud Fences’ : Tracing the connections between activism, heritage and new histories.
Evans, Joanne, Wilson, Jacqueline. Routledge; 2018. Inclusive archives and recordkeeping : Towards a critical manifesto.
Rolan, Gregory, Evans, Joanne, Bone, Jane, Lewis, Antonina, Golding, Frank, Wilson, Jacqueline, McKemmish, Sue, Mendes, Philip, Reeves, Keir. John Wiley and Sons Inc.; 2018. Weapons of affect : The imperative for transdisciplinary information systems design.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Harvey, Andrew, Mendes, Philip. Routledge; 2019. Changing lives : Improving care leaver access to higher education.
Wilson, Jacqueline. Australian prison tourism : A question of narrative integrity. 2011.
Wilson, Jacqueline, Golding, Frank. Springer Netherlands; 2016. Latent scrutiny : Personal archives as perpetual mementos of the official gaze.