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O'Neill, Mark and Osmond, Gary (2012). A racehorse in the museum: Phar Lap and the new museology. In Murray G. Phillips (Ed.), Representing the sporting past in museums and halls of fame (pp. 29-48) New York, NY, United States: Routledge. 77 6
Phillips, M. G., O'Neill, M. E. and Osmond, G. (2007) Broadening horizons in sport history: Films, photographs, and monuments. Journal of Sport History, 34 2: 401-421. 141  
O'Neill, Mark (2005). History-making history making: The re-imagining of Phar Lap through film. In: M. Nicholson, R. Hess, B. Stewart and C. Symons, The Biennial Conference of the Australian Society for Sports History Abstracts. Sporting Traditions XV, Melbourne, Australia, (). 11-14 July, 2005. 35  
O'Neill, M. (2006). Making social memory: Film, Phar Lap, and Seabiscuit. In: M.E. Lomax, North American Society for Sport History Proceedings 2006. 34th Annual NASSH Conference, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, (64-64). 19-22 May, 2006. 38  
O'Neill, M. (2007). "Mediations of Discomfort": Dual memories of Aboriginal athletes. In: Lomax, M. E., Proceedings of the 2007 North American Society for Sport History Conference. 2007 North American Society for Sport History Conference, Lubbock, Texax, (6-7). 25-28 May, 2007. 100  
O'Neill, Mark E. and Phillips, Murray G. (2010) Sport, film, and Australian cultural identity: Reading Hero to a Nation. Sport History Review, 41 1: 1-16. 131 1 0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
O'Neill, Mark (2009). Trans-Tasman "bickering": Public statues and Phar Lap's nationality. In: Sporting Traditions XVII. The Cultural Paradigm: Reinvigorating Sport History?, Wellington, New Zealand, (np). 30 June - 3 July, 2009. 68