Below a bibliography of most of my published work, or at least disseminated work, in the case of the tattoo studies.

Topics: Queer geography, urban sexual subcultures, shifting marginality, functional conflict, community anarchy, sex work politics, Indonesia, PNG, tattoos in Central Borneo and Philippines Cordillera

Pink Fits and No Money No Honey are in many university libraries but not much is online so I’ll be putting stuff up on WordPress, as and when – ‘Femme on the Streets, Butch in the Sheets’, being a start.


Murray, A. 2001 Pink Fits: sex, subcultures and discourses in the Asia-Pacific, Monash Asia Institute, Melbourne.

Murray, A. 1999 ‘Let them take ecstasy: class and Indonesian lesbians’, chapter in S. Wieringa and E. Blackwood, eds. Female desires: same-sex relations and transgender practices across cultures, Columbia University Press, New York.

Murray, A. 1998 ‘Debt bondage and trafficking: don’t believe the hype’, chapter in K. Kempadoo and J. Doezema, eds. Global Sex Workers: Rights, resistance, redefinition, Routledge, New York.

Murray, A. 1997 ‘Not just a pretty body: reassessing women’s tattoo in headhunting societies’, paper at the Institute of Australian Geographers’ Conference, Hobart, January

Murray, A. 1995 ‘Femme on the streets, butch in the streets [a play on whores]’, chapter in D. Bell and G. Valentine eds. Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities, Routledge, London.

Murray, A. 1994a Pedagang kakilima dan pelacur, LP3ES, Jakarta.

Murray, A. 1994b No mani no hani, Mokusei-sha, Tokyo.

Murray, A. 1992a ‘Kampung culture and radical chic’, Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 25/1, Summer.

Murray, A. 1992b ‘Budaya kampong dan elok radikal Jakarta’, Prisma, LP3ES #5.

Murray, A. 1992c ‘East Timor: the November 12 massacre and its aftermath’, AsiaWatch, New York.

Murray, A. 1991 No money no honey: a study of street traders and prostitutes in Jakarta, Oxford University Press, Singapore [2nd impression 1992]. revised PhD thesis [ANU 1988].

Murray, A. 1981 ‘Ethnicity, territoriality and the police: a study of black youth in Handsworth, Birmingham’, BA [Honours] thesis, Oxford University.

Murray, A and R. Bearpark 2010 ‘On shifting sand? Building capacity in remote PNG’, HIV Australia 8/2 July.

Murray, A. and L. Brockett 1994 ‘Thai sex workers in Sydney’, in R. Perkins et al eds. Sex work and sex workers in Australia, UNSW Press, Sydney.

Murray, A. and L. Hammar 2010 ‘What do they expect, angels with dirty faces?’, chapter in L. Hammar, ed. Sex, sin and stigma: a Pacific response to HIV and AIDS, Sean Kingston pubs.

Murray, A. and E. Robertson 1994 The adventures of Pirate eM and Dr Tuff, Qew-u Publications: launched and performed at Tempel der Luste [sex workers’ festival] and Lesbenwoche, Berlin, October 1994. Selections published in N. Waterlow 1994 25 years of performance art in Australia, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney

Murray, A. and T. Robinson 1996 ‘Minding your peers and queers: female sex workers in the AIDS discourse in Australia and Southeast Asia’, Gender, Place and Culture, Vol 3/1.

Murray, A., A. van der Sterren and T. Hull 1997, ‘A history of STDs in Indonesia from 1811’, chapter in M. Lewis, S. Bamber and M. Waugh eds. Sex, Disease and Society: a comparative history of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, Greenwood Pubs, Westport.

WIPAN Collective 2012 The Report: The pilot WIPAN mentoring program 2009-2011, WIPAN, Sydney.

Ditmore, M. ed. 2007 Encyclopaedia of Prostitution and Sex Work, Greenwood Press, Westport: reprinted extracts from Pink Fits 2001.

International Commission of Jurists 1992 ‘Timor tragedy: incident at Santa Cruz, 12 November 1991’, ICJ, Sydney.

Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation 2011 ‘Policy manual’, LNAC, Darwin.



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