Letts, W. & Meyenn, B. 2007. Sex, gender and sexuality: Windows to identity. In S. Knipe (Ed.) Middle years schooling; Reframing adolescence. Sydney: Pearson.
Green, B. & Letts, W. 2007. Space, equity and rural education: A trialectical account. In K. Gulson & C. Symes (Eds.). Spatial theories of education: policy and geography matters, London: Routledge.
Refereed Journal Articles
Dagher, Z., Brickhouse, N., Shipman, H., & Letts, W. 2004. How some college students represent their understanding of scientific theories. International Journal of Science Education, 26(6), 735-755.
Letts, W. 2006, I can't even think straight: Queer childhood and adolescence, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, 3(2/3), 163-166.
Letts, W., Novak, M., Gottschall, K., Green, B., & Meyenn, B. 2005. Different Places, Familiar Spaces: Rural and Remote Education as Situated Practice in Report of the consultation on future directions for public education and training: 'One size doesn't fit all', NSW Department of Education & Training, Sydney.
Cartographies of homophobia, paper presented at 'That's so gay':Addressing homophobia in education settings, Sydney, May 2006.
Tackling the 'problem' of boys and writing through science: A Quality Teaching Action Learning project at Chester Hill North Primary School, paper presented at the Boys Out West conference, Dubbo, September 2005.
Interrogating the reflexive subject in/of teacher education, paper presented with Wendy Hastings at the annual conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, Adelaide, November 2006.
To be completely honest I knew that it probably wasn't what I wanted to do: Why men leave the primary teaching profession, paper presented with Rob Haigh at the annual conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, Adelaide, November 2006.
Thinking differently about indigenous education in New South Wales, paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy conference, Balcones, TX, October 2006.
Bringing feminist post-structuralism to bear on [mathematics] teacher education, paper presentation in the symposium entitled 'Researching identity in mathematics teacher education' at the annual meeting of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Canberra, July 2006.
I don't go around saying I'm out at work, but there's no one who doesn't know: Negotiating identities by enacting strategies to resist homophobic labelling in schools, paper presented at the Curriculum & Pedagogy conference, Oxford, OH, October 2005.
Re-placing equity: Space and equity in [rural] education, paper presentation with Bill Green, Curriculum & Pedagogy conference, Oxford, OH, October 2005.
I don't go around saying I'm out at work, but there's no one who doesn't know: Negotiating identities by enacting strategies to resist homophobic labelling in schools, paper presented at the Schooling & Sex/ualities Conference, Melbourne, September 2005.
Using feminist post-structuralism to re-view Schwab's commonplaces of teaching, mining the resultant problematics, paper presented At the Qualitative Research as Interpretive Practice Conference, Albury, September 2005.
The Cultural Plunge as Queer Identity Exploration, paper presentation in the symposium entitled 'Teacher Education and the (Im)Possibilities of Schooling, Young People, and Sex/ualities: A Curriculum Approach' at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, April 2005.
Using feminist post-structuralism to re-view Schwab's commonplaces, mining the resultant problematics, paper presentation in the symposium 'Post-structuralist possibilities: Using feminist post-structuralist theories for making sense in science education research', annual conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Dallas, April 2005.