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Casey, M. (2005). A Compelling Force: Indigenous Women Playwrights. In Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney (Ed.), The Doll's Revolution: Australian Theatre and Cultural Imagination 1 ed. (pp. 199-237) Melbourne, Vic: Australian Scholarly. 153  
Casey, M. (2003) After Mabo: What's at Stake?. Australian Screen Education, 32 107-111. 101  
Casey, M. (2006). Alma De Groen (5 September 1941 - ). In S. Samuels (Ed.), Dictionary of Literary Biography: Australian Writers, 1975 - 2000 (pp. 71-75) USA: Thomson Gale. 126  
Casey, M. (2005). Appendix 2: Production details. In Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney (Ed.), The Doll's Revolution: Australian Theatre and Cultural Imagination 1 ed. (pp. 399-403) Melbourne, Vic: Australian Scholarly. 42  
Casey, Maryrose (2007). Australian drama, 1900-1970. In Nicholas Birns and Rebecca McNeer (Ed.), A companion to Australian literature since 1900 (pp. 207-218) Rochester, NY, U.S.A.: Camden House. 89  
Casey, Maryrose, Crotty, Martin and Ryan, Delyse (2006) Colour, movement and jostling in public. Journal of Australian Studies, 30 89: 1-2. 62  
Casey, M. Creating Frames: Contemporary Indigenous Theatre. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 2004. 142  
Casey, M. (2005) Indigenous Drama in the Classroom. ADEM: Drama and Indigenous Perspectives, 10 6-11. 312  
Casey, M. (2005) Jack Horner, Seeking Racial Justice: An insider's memoir of the movement for Aboriginal advancement, 1938-78. API Review of Books, 36: 1-6. 57  
Casey, M. (2005) Positioning and Disrupting Whiteness in Australian Race Relations, review of Essays in social and cultural criticism: Whitening Race edited by Aileen Moreton-Robinson. ACRAWSA, 1 1: 104-106. 89  
Casey, M (2006) Referendums and reconciliation marches: What bridges are we crossing?. JAS, Australia's Public Intellectural Forum, 89 137-148. 56  
Casey, Maryrose (2008). Repositioning the interface for cross-cultural reception of Indigenous Australian theatre. In: Maxwell, Ian, Being There: After - Proceedings of the 2006 Conference of the Australasian Association for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. 2006 Conference of the Australasian Association for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Sydney, (1-9). July 4 - 7, 2006. 50  
Casey, M (2006) Review: A Turbulent Decade: Social protest movements and the labour movement, 1965-1975, Beverley Symons And Rowan Cahill eds. API Review of Books, 43: 1-3. 84  
Casey, M. (2005) Review: Isabel flick and Heather Goodall, Isabel Flick: The many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman. Journal of Australian Studies, Benevolenc 85: 155-157. 174  
Casey, M. (2005) Review of Geoffrey Milne, Theatre Australian (Un)Limited: Australian Theatre since the 1950s. Australasian Drama Studies, 46: 159-162. 148  
Casey, M. (2006) Review of Jack Horner, Seeking Racial Justice: An Insider's memoir of the movement for Aboriginal advancement, 1938-1978. API/JAS Review of Books, 41 Feb 2006: 1-3. 44  
Casey, M. (2005) Review of Richard Frankland, Jada Milroy, Maryanne Sam, Tracey Rigney, Tammy Anderson & John Harding, Blak Inside: 6 Indigenous plays from Victoria. API Review of Books, 32: . 145  
Casey, M. (2005) The Challenges of Benevolence: The role of the Indigenous Actor. Journal of Australian Studies, Benevolenc 85: 97-111. 38  
Casey, M. (2005). What’s being learned?. In: Paul B. Makeham, Maryrose Casey, Gillian Kehoul and Delyse Ryan, Journeys to the Interior : 2005 Conference of the Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and performance Studies (ADSA). 2005 Conference of the Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and performance Studies (ADSA), Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, (). 4-7 July 2005. 78 42
Casey, M (2006) Whiteness & the horizons of race. Journal of the Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association, 2 1: 1-6. 37