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Monsour, Anne Maureen. (2009). Already here : writing Lebanese into Queensland history. In: Journeys through Queensland history: Landscape, place and society: Proceedings of the Professional Historians Association (Queensland) conference, Brisbane 3-4 September 2009 : marking the sesquicentenary of Queensland 1859-2009. Professional Historians Association Queensland Conference, St Lucia, Queensland, Australia, (235-250). 3-4 September, 2009. 109 1425
Monsour, Anne (2007). Another place to call home: The initial settlement of the Monsour family in Queensland, Australia, as "15 The Monsour Family". In Issam Bishop and John Darwish (Ed.), A bridge for unity: The Melkite Greek Catholic Church in Australia: A history of the Church from its earliest times to the modern day (pp. 155-163) Greenacre, NSW, Australia: Melkite Press Australia. 44  
Monsour, Anne (2007). Becoming white: How early Syrian/Lebanese in Australia recognized the value of whiteness. In: Leigh Boucher, Jane Carey and Katherine Ellinghaus, Melbourne University conference and seminar series. Historicising Whiteness: Transnational Perspectives on the Construction of an Identity. Historicising Whiteness Conference, Melbourne, Vic, Australia, (124-132). 22-24 November 2006. 129  
Monsour, Anne (2014) ‘Better than anywhere else’: Lebanese settlement in Queensland, 1880–1947. Queensland Review, 21 Special Issue 02: 142-159. doi:10.1017/qre.2014.22 13 5 0
Monsour, Anne (2015). ‘But what are ya?’ identity, belonging and in-between-ness in early Lebanese Australian communities. In Trevor Batrouney, Tobias Boos, Anton Escher and Paul Tabar (Ed.), Palestinian, Lebanese and Syrian communities in the world: theoretical frameworks and empirical studies (pp. 41-56) Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsverlag Winter. 4 1
Monsour, Anne (2010). But why can't you speak Arabic?. In Anthony Saady and Paul Convy (Ed.), (pp. 35-55) Coogee, N.S.W., Australia: Australian Lebanese Historical Society. 45  
Hyndman-Rizk, Nelia and Monsour, Anne (2014) Immigrant business: choice or necessity? Introduction. Labour and Management in Development, 15 1-9. 17 2
Monsour, Anne (2010) Lebanese Catholics. Proceedings of Brisbane Catholic Historical Society, 12 1-28. 48  
Monsour, Anne (2010) Lebanese in rural Queensland. Queensland Historical Atlas, . 43  
Convy, Paul and Monsour, Anne Lebanese settlement in New South Wales: A thematic history. Sydney, Australia: Migration Heritage Centre, New South Wales, 2008. 21  
Monsour, Anne Maureen. (2004). Negotiating a place in a white Australia : Syrian/Lebanese in Australia, 1880 to 1947, a Queensland case study PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, The University of Queensland. 235 6
Monsour, Anne (2009) New century, old story! Race, religion, bureaucrats, and the Australian Lebanese story. Palma Journal, 11 1: 7-30. 68 2
Monsour, Anne Not quite white : Lebanese and the white Australia policy 1880 to 1947. Teneriffe, Qld., Australia: Post Pressed, 2010. 109 31
Monsour, A. M. (2002). Not two steps behind but side by side - the economic role of Syrian/Lebanese women in Queensland from the 1880s to 1947. In: Records made Real: Lebanese settlement: 1865-1945 - A Seminar on Historical Sources. Records Made Real, The Rocks Sydney, (49-58). 14 September 2001. 45  
Monsour, A. M. (2005) Religion matters: The experience of Syrian/Lebanese Christians in Australia from the 1880s to 1947. Humanities Research, XII 1: 93-106. 59  
Monsour, A. M. (2002). Sitti was a hawker! Writing Syrian/Lebanese women into Queensland history. In: Wendy Madsen and Angelika Schlotzer, Smashing the Glass Ceiling: Women researchers in a regional community. Smashing the Glass Ceiling, Bundaberg, CQU, (1-11). 9 February 2001. 66  
Monsour, Anne (2008) The Lebanese in Sydney. Sydney Journal, 1 2: 70-78. 22 1
Monsour, Anne (2008) The warp and the weft: Interpreting the Lebanese Australian story. Oral History Association of Australia Journal, 30: 33-40. 37  
Monsour, Anne (2014) Traders by nature or circumstance: the occupational pathways of early Syrian/Lebanese immigrants in Australia. Labour and Management in Development, 15 . 31 6
Monsour, A. M. (2005). What Jiddi didn't tell us: Using documentary evidence to understand the settlement of Syrian/Lebanese immigrants in Queensland, Australia from the 1880s to 1947. In Paul Tabar (Ed.), Lebanese diaspora: History, racism and belonging (pp. 57-82) Beirut, Lebanon: Lebanese American University. 157  
Monsour, A. M. (2002). Whitewashed: The Lebanese in Queensland, 1880-1947. In Arab-Australians today: Citizenship and belonging (pp. 16-36) Carlton South, VIC, Australia: Melbourne University. 41