Also publishes as (A. Gilbert, R. Gilbert, Pamela Gilbert)
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Andrefouet, S., Ouillon, S., Brinkman, R., Falter, J., Douillet, P., Wolk, F., Smith, R., Garen, P., Martinez, E., Laurent, V., Lo, C., Remoissenet, G., Scourzic, B., Gilbert, A., Deleersnijder, E., Steinberg, C., Choukroun, S., and Buestel, D. (2006) Review of solutions for 3D hydrodynamic modeling applied to aquaculture in South Pacific atoll lagoons. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 52 (10). pp. 1138-1155.
Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pam (2004) Shifting discourses about gender in higher education enrolments: retrieving marginalised voices. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17 (1). pp. 99-112.
Alloway, Nola, Gilbert, Pam, Gilbert, Rob, and Henderson, Robyn (2003) Boys performing English. Gender and Education, 15 (4). pp. 351-364.
Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pamela (2002) Boys and literacy learning: changing perspectives. AECA Research in Practice Series, 9 (4). 1-18.
Alloway, Nola, Gilbert, Pam, Freebody, Peter, and Muspratt, Sandy (2002) Boys, literacy and schooling: expanding the repertoires of practice. Project Report. Curriculum Corporation, Carlton, Victoria.
Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pam (2002) Literacy and gender in early childhood contexts: boys on the side? In: Makin, Laurie, and Diaz, Cirss Jones, (eds.) Literacies in Early Childhood: changing views, challenging practice. Maclennan & Petty, Eastgardens, NSW, Australia, pp. 251-265.
Gilbert, P., and Gilbert, R. (2001) Masculinity, inequality and post-school opportunities: disrupting oppositional politics about boys' education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 5 (1). pp. 1-13.
Gilbert, Pam (2001) 'New' literacies for 'new' times? Shaping literacy curricula for the post-compulsory years. Australian Journal of Education, 45 (2). pp. 139-152.
Gilbert, Pam (2001) Redefining gender issues for the twenty-first century: putting girls' education back on the agenda. Curriculum Perspectives, 21 (1). pp. 1-7.
Gilbert, Pam (2000) ‘The deepening divide?’: Choices for Australian education. Australian Educational Researcher, 27 (1). pp. 31-45.