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Djubal, Clay (2006) Austlit: Australian popular theatre subset. St. Lucia, Brisbane, Australia, AustLit. 95  
Djubal, Clay (2008) Austlit: Australian popular theatre subset. St. Lucia, Brisbane, Australia, AustLit. 96 3
O'Regan, Thomas, Bonner, Frances J., Jacobs, Jason, Kilner, Kerry, Djubal, Clay and Mills, Catriona (2009) Austlit: Screenlit. St. Lucia, Brisbane, Australia, AustLit. 114  
Djubal, Clay Roden (1999) From minstrel tenor to Vaudeville showman: Harry Clay, 'a friend of the Australian performer'. Australasian Drama Studies, 34: 11-24. 96  
Djubal, Clay Roden (1998). Harry Clay and Clay's Vaudeville Company 1865-1930 : an historical and critical survey M.A. Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 89 6666
Djubal, Clay (2009). "Looking in all the wrong places"; or, harlequin false testimony and the Bulletin magazine's mythical construction of national identity, theatrical enterprise and the social world of little Australia, circa 1880-1920. In Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal (Ed.), Creative nation: Australian cinema and cultural studies reader (pp. 405-422) New Delhi, India: Sports and Spiritual Science Publications. 50  
Djubal, Clay (2014) Slow the digitisation: I want to take a break. Island Magazine, 1 138: 49-49. 15 4
Djubal, Clay (1996). Strategies of Subversion: An Examination of Tomson Highway's The Rez Sisters and its Appropriation of Sonata Form Honours Thesis, English Department, The University of Queensland. 22 2
Djubal, Clay Roden (1998). Strategies of subversion: an examination of Tomson Highway's The Rez Sisters and its appropriation of sonata form Honours Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 349 534
Clay Djubal (2006) The Nat Phillips Collection. Fryer Folios, 1 1: 8-10. 10 21
Djubal, Clay Roden (2005). What oh tonight : the methodology factor and pre-1930s' Australian variety theatre (with special focus on the one act musical comedy, 1914-1920) PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 288 3041