Hill, J. and Azzarito, L. (2012). Representing valued bodies in PE: a visual inquiry with British Asian girls. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 17(3), 263-276.

Azzarito, L. and Hill, J. (2013). Girls looking for a “second home”: Bodies, difference and places of inclusion. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 18(4), 351-375.

Hill, J. (2013). Using participatory and visual methods to address power and identity in research with young people. Graduate Journal of Social Sciences, 10(2), 132-151.

Enright, E., Hill, J., Sandford, R. and Gard, M. (2014). Looking beyond what’s broken: Towards an appreciative research agenda in physical education and sport pedagogy. Sport, Education and Society, 19(7), 912-926.

Hill, J. (2015) ‘If you miss the ball, you look like a total muppet!’ Boys investing in their bodies in physical education and sport. Sport, Education and Society 20(6), 762-779.

Hill, J. (2015). Girls’ active identities: navigating othering discourses of femininity, bodies and physical education. Gender and Education 27(6), 666-684.

Hill, J., Sandford, R. and Enright, E. (2016). ‘It has really amazed me what my body can now do’: boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community. Sport in Society 19(5), 667-679.

Pang, B. and Hill, J. (2016). Rethinking the ‘aspirations’ of Chinese girls within and beyond Health and Physical Education and physical activity in Greater Western Sydney. Sport, Education and Society [iFirst], 1-14

Hill, J., Philpot, R., Walton-Fisette, J. L., Sutherland, S., Flemons, M., Ovens, A. and Flory, S. (in press). Conceptualising social justice within physical education teacher education: International perspectives. Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy.

Walton-Fisette, J. L., Philpot, R., Phillips, S., Flory, S., Hill, J., Sutherland, S. & Flemons, M. (in press). Implicit and explicit pedagogical practices related to sociocultural issues and social justice in physical education teacher education programs. Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy.

Ovens, A., Flory, S., Sutherland, S., Philpot, R., Walton-Fisette, J. L., Hill, J., Phillips, S. & Flemons, M. (in press). How PETE comes to matter in the performance of social justice education. Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy.


Hill, J. (2013). Rejecting the weak Asian body: boys visualising strong masculinities. In L. Azzarito & D. Kirk (Eds.). Physical Culture, Pedagogies and Visual Methods, 76-91. Abingdon: Routledge.

Casey, A., Hill, J. and Goodyear, V. (2014). “PE doesn’t stand for physical education it stands for public embarrassment”: Voicing experiences and proffering solutions to girls’ disengagement in PE. In S.B. Flory, A. Tischler and S. Sanders (eds.) Sociocultural Issues in Physical Education: Case Studies for Teachers. Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield

Craig, P. and Hill, J. (2016). Class and gender in sport. In P. Craig, Sport Sociology (3rd ed.) London: Sage.

Hill, J. and Jones, A. (2016). Sport and the body. In P. Craig, Sport Sociology (3rd ed.) London: Sage.

Hill, J. & Walton-Fisette, J. (under review). Why is our PETE curriculum white? A collaborative self-study of teaching about race in physical education teacher education programmes.


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