Publications: Weir, Jennifer
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.
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. 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., 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.
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. (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.