Publications: Ensor, Jason Donald
Maor, D., Ensor, J.D. and Fraser, B.J. (2015) Doctoral supervision in virtual spaces: A review of research of web-based tools to develop collaborative supervision. Higher Education Research & Development . In Press.
Ensor, J.D. (2011) Angus and Robertson and the Case of the 'Bombshell Salesman'. Script & Print, 35 (2). pp. 69-79.
Ensor, J.D. (2010) "A policy of splendid isolation": Angus and Robertson, George G. Harrap and the politics of co-operation in the Australian book trade during the late 1930s. Script & Print, 34 (1). pp. 34-42.
Ensor, J.D. (2009) 'Still waters run deep': empirical methods and the migration patterns of regional publishers' authors and titles within Australian literature. Antipodes, 23 (2). pp. 197-208.
Ensor, J.D. (2008) Reprints, international markets and local literary taste: New empiricism and Australian literature. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature . pp. 198-218.
Ensor, J.D. (2007) Book Review: Simon Eliot, Andrew Nash and Ian Willison (eds.), Literary Cultures and the Material Book (London: The British Library, 2007). Script & Print, 31 (3). pp. 185-189.
Ensor, J.D. and Redden, G. (2001) Taking creative license: It's not an easy thing meeting your maker. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 4 (4).
Ensor, J.D. (1999) Apocacide, apocaholics and apocalists: A selective webography of endism. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 2 (8).
Ensor, J.D. (2012) A London style and an Australian persona: Angus & Robertson, national duty and the commercial pressures of selling Australian books overseas. In: The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing Conference: From text(s) to book(s), 21 - 23 June 2012, Universite de Lorraine, Nancy, France
Ensor, J.D. (2009) A policy of splendid isolation: Angus & Robertson, George G. Harrap and the politics of co-operation in the Australian book trade during the late 1930s. In: Literature and Politics: 3rd Annual Conference of The Australasian Association for Literature, 6 - 7 July 2009, University of Sydney, Sydney
Ensor, J.D. (2008) Vigorous assertions and pragmatic assignments: The challenge of national identifiers in Postcolonial bibliometric practice. In: Association for the Study of Australian Literature Annual Conference 2008: Australian Literature in a Global World, 29 June - 2 July 2008, University of Wollongong, Wollongong
Ensor, J.D. (2007) Reprints, international markets and local literary taste. In: Association for the Study of Australian Literature Annual Conference 2007, 1 - 4 July 2007, University of Queensland, St Lucia
Ensor, J.D. (1997) Apocalypse in Australia: ABC national radio interview. In: Everyday Wonders Popular Culture: Past & Present Xth International Conference, 9 - 13 June 1997, Carlton Crest Hotel, Brisbane
Ensor, J.D. (2012) Now your smile goes everywhere: Community, family sentiment and the desire for telepresence. In: Framing Lives: 8th Biennial Conference of the International Auto/Biography Association (IABA), 17 - 20 July 2012, Australian National University, Canberra.
Ensor, J.D. (2007) What is an Australian novel? The reading of a national list. In: Thinking society, Thinking culture Symposium, September 2007, University of Western Australia, Nedlands, WA.
Ensor, J.D. (2010) Is a picture worth 10,175 Australian novels? In: Bode, K. and Dixon, R., (eds.) Resourceful reading: The new empiricism, eResearch and Australian literary culture. Sydney University Press, Sydney, Australia, pp. 240-273.
Nile, R. and Ensor, J.D. (2009) The novel, the implicated reader and Australian literary cultures, 1950-2008. In: Pierce, P., (ed.) The Cambridge History of Australian Literature. Cambridge University Press, Port Melbourne, VIC, pp. 517-548.
Ensor, J.D. (2012) Angus & Robertson and the British trade in Australian Books, 1930 131970: The getting of bookselling wisdom. Anthem Press, London, England.
Ensor, Jason Donald (2010) Places of publication and the Australian book trade: A study of Angus & Robertson’s London Office, 1938-1970. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.