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Marsh, Victor (2009) Advaita Vedanta and the Repositioning of Subjectivity in the Life-Writing of Christopher Isherwood, "Homosexualist". Theology & Sexuality, 15 1: 97-120. 112  
Marsh, Victor (2013) A touch of silk: a (post)modern faerie tale. Griffith Review, 42: 159-169. 88 6
Marsh, Victor E. (2008) Authority, disobedience and dissent: First-person testimony and the que(e)rying of religion. Postscripts: The Journal of Sacred Texts and Contemporary Worlds, 4 3: 233-242. doi:10.1558/post.v4i3.233 54 4 0
Marsh, Victor (2010). Bent kid, straight world: Life writing and the reconfiguration of 'queer'. In: DRAFT: Abstracts for ‘A Scholarly affair’, the CSAA National Conference, 2010. 2010 Cultural Studies Association of Australasia’s Conference, Byron Bay, NSW, Australia, (107-107). 7-9 December 2010. 57 1
Marsh, Victor (2011) Bent kid, straight world: Life writing and the reconfiguration of 'queer'. Text, 15 1: . 94 4
Marsh, Victor (2007) Border crossings? Queer spirituality and Asian religion: a first person account. Gay & Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, 3 2: 97-108. 76  
Marsh, Victor (2015). Isherwood and the psycho-geography of home. In James J. Berg and Chris Freeman (Ed.), The American Isherwood (pp. 107-120) Minneapolis, MN, United States: University of Minnesota Press. 13  
Marsh, Victor (2011). Love matters: Editor's introduction. In Victor Marsh (Ed.), Speak now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage (pp. xxvii-xxxii) Melbourne, Australia: Clouds of Magellan. 51 4
Marsh, Victor Mr Isherwood changes trains: Christopher Isherwood and the search for the 'home self'. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Clouds of Magellan, 2010. 96 8
Marsh, Victor (2010) On ‘The problem of the religious novel’: Christopher Isherwood and A single man. Literature & Theology, 24 4: 378-396. doi:10.1093/litthe/frq048 47 1 0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Marsh, Victor (2013). Searching for the ‘home-self’: autobiography and the que(e)rying of ‘religion’. In Luke Gahan and Tiffany Jones (Ed.), Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality (pp. 76-96) Melbourne, Australian: Clouds of Magellan. 66 8
Marsh, Victor The boy in the yellow dress. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Clouds of Magellan Press, 2014. 36  
Marsh, V. (2007) The boy in the yellow dress: Re-framing subjectivity in narrativisations of the queer self. Life Writing, 5 263-285. 95  
Marsh, Victor (2008) The disobedient subject: Advaita Vedanta and the disruption of authorized subject positionings in Christopher Isherwood’s life-writing. Postscripts, 4 3: 259-302. 132 6
Marsh, Victor (2008) The disobedient subject: Masculinity and spirituality in Christopher Isherwood's life writing. ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, 39 1-2: 71-88. 71   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Marsh, Victor (2014) The evolution of a meme cluster: a personal account of a countercultural journeying through The Age of Aquarius. M/C Journal, 17 6: 1-8. 36 16
Marsh, Victor (2007). The Journey of the Queer 'I': Spirituality and subjectivity in life narratives by gay men. PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, University of Queensland. 446 6
Marsh, Victor (2014). Who's telling my life?: life writing and the re-signification of culturally contested (queer) subjectivities. In: Religious Genderings: The Socio-Spiritual [Dis-]Empowerment of Women and Men, Orange, CA, USA, (). 26-28 February, 2014. 74  
Marsh, Victor (2010) Writing the spirit: Testimony and the unauthorised voice in the queer spiritual memoir. Polari Journal, 2: e1-e29. 118 7
Marsh, Victor (2012). Writing the spirit: testimony and the unauthorized voice in the queer spiritual memoir. In Donald L. Boisvert and Jay Emerson Johnson (Ed.), Queer religion: homosexuality in modern religious history (pp. 251-275) Santa Barbara, CA, United States: Praeger. 89 14