Publications: Weir, Jennifer
Weir, J. (2008) Challenging heroic masculinity: leadership myths of nineteenth century King Shaka Zulu. In: Engendering Leadership Through Research and Practice, 22 - 24 July, University of Western Australia, Perth
Weir, J. (2008) King Shaka, the diviners and colonialism. In: Limb, P., (ed.) Orb and Sceptre: Studies in British Imperialism and Its Legacies, in Honour of Norman Etherington. Monash University ePress, Melbourne, Vic.
Weir, J. and Etherington, N. (2008) Shepstone in love: The other Victorian in an African colonial administrator. In: Limb, P., (ed.) Orb and Sceptre: Studies in British Imperialism and Its Legacies, in Honour of Norman Etherington. Monash University ePress, Melbourne, Vic., 05.1-05.17.
Weir, J. and Thomas, J. (2008) Walking on the WILD side: lessons from university women and a university wide leadership program. In: Engendering Leadership Through Research and Practice, 22 - 24 July, University of Western Australia, Perth
Weir, J. (2006) Chiefly women and women's leadership in pre-colonial southern Africa. In: Gasa, Nomboniso, (ed.) Women in South African history: they remove boulders and cross river. HSRC Press, Cape Town, pp. 3-20.
Weir, J., Wright, F., Kulski, M. and Oliver, B. (2005) Responding to the challenges of quality assurance in trans-national education. In: Cross-border provision and the future of higher education in Africa. 11th AAU General Conference , 21st – 25th February, Cape Town pp. 58-60.
Webbstock, D. and Weir, J. (2003) Capitulation and compliance or creative detachment? Examining quality promotion at the University of Natal in the light of the new external quality assurance regime. In: Australian Universities Quality Forum (AUQF), 11 - 13 June, Melbourne pp. 84-86.
Kim, K.S., Burford, M.A., Macey, D.J. and Weir, J. (1988) Iron concentrations and characterisation of the major iron binding proteins in the tissues of the chiton Clavarizona hirtosa. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 91 (1). pp. 159-164.