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Brawley, Sean, Clark, Jennifer, Dixon, Chris, Ford, Lisa, Grolman, Leah, Ross, Shawn and Upton, Stuart (2011) Applying standards to tertiary-level history: Policy, challenges and the After Standards project. History Australia, 8 3: 177-194. 42 2
Dixon, Chris (2010). Australian Vietnam veterans and the legacies of a lost war. In Martin Crotty and Marina Larsson (Ed.), Anzac Legacies: Australians and the Aftermath of War (pp. 126-144) North Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing. 128 4
Dixon, Chris (2012). Child, Lydia Maria. In Lynn Dumenil (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopaedia of American Social History (pp. xx-xx) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 25  
Brawley, Sean and Dixon, Chris (2010). Colonel Zimmer's sea shell collection: Souvenirs, experience validation and American service personnel in the wartime South Pacific. In Prue Ahrens and Chris Dixon (Ed.), Coast to Coast: Case Histories of Modern Pacific Crossings (pp. 77-87) Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 93 12
Brawley, Sean, Dixon, Chris and Green, Jeffrey Conflict in Indochina 1954-1979. Melbourne, Vic.: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 625  
Bell, Roger, Brawley, Sean and Dixon Chris Conflict in the Pacific, 1937-1951. Cambridge ; Port Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 390  
Dixon, Christopher (2006) Courageous, proud, and frightened: African-American narratives of the Vietnam war. Inter-Cultural Studies: A Forum on Social Change & Cultural Diversity, 6 1-8. 83  
Dixon, Christopher (2005). Cry a little, laugh a lot: The Vietnam War in Australian popular culture. In: War in Film, Television, and History: Proceedings of the 2004 Film and History League Conference. 2004 Film and History League Conference: War in Film, Television, and History, Texas, United States of America, (). 11-14 November 2004. 117  
Dixon, Chris (2013) David S. Cecelski. The Fire of Freedom: Abraham Galloway and the Slaves' Civil War. American Historical Review, 118 3: 855-856. doi:10.1093/ahr/118.3.855 37   0 0
Dixon, Christopher (2003). Denouncing the Horrible and Deadly Games: Martin Luther King, Jr., and African American Opposition to the Vietnam War. In: Faces of war, phases of reconciliation. International Conference, Faces of war, phases of reconciliation : histories, discources and politics, Ankara, Turkey, (59-74). 8-10 December 2003. 54  
Dixon, Christopher Frederick (2006). Gender Relations within Abolitionism. In Peter Hinks and John McKivigan (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Antislavery and Abolition (pp. 295-297) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. 46  
Dixon, Chris (2008). Haiti. In Henrik Herb Guntram and David H. Kaplan (Ed.), Nations and Nationalisms in global perspective: An encyclopedia of origins, development, and contemporary transitions (pp. 332-343) Santa Barbara CA, United States: ABC-CLIO. 69 7
Dixon, Chris (2014) Hanoi's War: An International History of the War for Peace in Vietnam. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 60 1: 152-153. 18   0
Brawley, Sean and Dixon, Chris Hollywood's South Seas and the Pacific War: Searching for Dorothy Lamour. New York, NY, United States: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 71 6
Brawley, Sean and Dixon, Chris (2002) Jim Crow downunder? African American encounters with white Australia, 1942-1945. Pacific Historical Review, 71 4: 607-632. doi:10.1525/phr.2002.71.4.607 370 4 3 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Brawley, Sean, Clark, Jennifer, Dixon, Chris, Ford, Lisa, Ross, Shawn, Upton, Stuart and Nielsen, Erik (2013) Learning outcomes assessment and History: TEQSA, the after Standards Project and the QA/QI challenge in Australia. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 12 1: 20-35. doi:10.1177/1474022212460745 43   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Dixon, Chris (2009). 'No fortunate son': Billy Jack and images of Vietnam Veterans, 1967 - 1977. In: Martin Crotty, When the Soldiers Return: November 2007 Conference Proceedings. When the Soldiers Return, Brisbane, (97-104). 28 - 30 Novemeber 2007. 62 1
Dixon, Chris (2014) Redeeming the warrior: myth-making and Australia's Vietnam veterans. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 60 2: 214-228. doi:10.1111/ajph.12055 20 1 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Brawley, Sean and Dixon, Chris (2015). 'South Seas Lore': anthropology, cultural determinism and The Pacific War. In Christina Twomey and Ernest Koh (Ed.), The Pacific War: aftermaths, remembrance and culture (pp. 169-187) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. 20 9
Dixon, C. and Brawley, S. (2002). Tan Yanks amid a semblance of civilization: African American encounters with the South Pacific, 1941-45. In: Through depression and war : the United States and Australia. Fulbright Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, (92-109). October 2001. 92  
Dixon, Chris (2010) Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The promise and peril of a second Haitian Revolution. Journal of American History, 97 3: 806-806. 47   0
Ahrens, Prue and Dixon, Chris (2010). Traversing the Pacific: Modernity on the move from coast to coast. In Prue Ahrens and Chris Dixon (Ed.), Coast to Coast: Case Histories of Modern Pacific Crossings (pp. 1-7) Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 102 15
Dixon, Chris (2007). Vietnam, The Ten Thousand Day War: Ten Thousand Days On. In: Peter Rollins, John O'Connor and James Knecht, Proceedings of the 2004 Film and History Conference: War in Film, Television, and History. Proceedings of the 2004 Film and History Conference: War in Film, Television, and History, Dallas, Texas, (x-x). 11-14 November 2004. 28  
Sean, Brawley and Chris, Dixon (2009) Who owns the Kokoda Trail?: Australian mythologies, Colonial legacies, and mining in Papua New Guinea. Social Alternatives, 28 4: 24-29. 72  
Dixon, Christopher (2002) 'Wrong, Colonel Kilgore, this war isn't going to end': The enduring power of the Vietnam War in American culture. Inter-Cultural Studies, 2 2: 50-59. 72