(a) Books 2006-2020
(2021 December) Rediscovering Olive Schreiner London: Routledge, in progress.
(2018) Olive Schreiner’s The Dawn of Civilisation & Other Unpublished Wartime Writings Ed. Liz Stanley, Edinburgh: X Press. Go to https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Olive-Schreiners-Dawn-Civilisation-Unpublished/dp/1980698406/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1527758849&sr=8-4&keywords=liz+stanley‚Äã
(2018) Dorothy Smith, Feminist Sociology and Institutional Ethnography Edinburgh: X Press. Go to https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dorothy-Feminist-Sociology-Institutional-Ethnography/dp/1973556073/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1517491321&sr=8-1&keywords=dorothy+smith
(2017) The Racialising Process: Whites Writing Whiteness in Letters, South Africa 1770s-1970s Edinburgh: X Press. Go to https://www.amazon.co.uk/Racialising-Process-Writing-Whiteness-1770s-1970s/dp/1521403643/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1498211823&sr=8-1&keywords=racialising+process
(2016) The Archive Project: Archival Research in the Social Sciences (Liz Stanley with Niamh Moore, Andrea Salter, Maria Tamboukou) London: Routledge. (2016) Chapter 1 'In other archives and beyond ', lead author; Chapter 2 'Archival methodology inside the blackbox', sole author; Chapter 6 'The beginning in the ending: reassembling the archival practices', co-lead author with Maria Tamboukou.
(2014) The World's Great Question: Olive Schreiner's South African Letters Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society (with Andrea Salter). Go to http://www.vanriebeecksociety.co.za/docs/schreiner.htm.
(2013) Documents of Life Revisited: Narrative and Biographical Methodology for a 21st Century Critical Humanism Farnham: Ashgate. Go to http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409442899
(2012) 'Simone de Beauvoir: The Useless Mouths' Translated with an editorial introduction by Liz Stanley & Catherine Naji, in (ed) Margaret A Simons & Mary-Beth Timmerman The Useless Mouths and Other Writings, volume 4 of Simone de Beauvoir: Literary Writings USA: Illinois University Press.
(2008) Mourning Becomes… Post/Memory and the Concentration Camps of the South African War Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.
(2006) Mourning Becomes… Post/Memory and the Concentration Camps of the South African War Manchester: Manchester University Press; USA: Rutgers University Press.
(b) Articles & chapters 2008 - 2022
(forthcoming, 2022) ‘No “common writer”: Letters and other writings from the Emagusheni trading station, Pondoland 1880–1884’ in (ed) Martin Lyons, The Common Writer, London: Palgrave.
(forthcoming, 2022) ‘Elias and the racializing process in South Africa’ in (eds) Stephen Mennell and Alex Law Elias and the State, London: Routledge.
(in press, 2021) ‘On Collingwood’s An Autobiography’ in (ed) Tracey MacLachlan, History: Theory and Method, London: Bloomsbury.
(2021, November, in press) 'How to organise your archival research & find the primary sources you need'. Research Methods for Primary Sources, London: Sage.
(2020) 'Olive Schreiner, War, Pacifism and Feminism: A “Problem Girl” At Work' English in Africa 47(2).
(2020) 'Afterword: writing lives, fictions and the postcolonial' Journal of Commonwealth Literature 55(3) 469–79 https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418802610
(2020) 'Harriet Townsend and Networks of Settler Women in Business in the Eastern Cape, 1840–1848' South African Historical Journal. Online First DOI:10.1080/02582473.2020.1744707
(2020) 'Ordinary letter-writing and the "actual course of things": white colonial settlers doing the business' in eds. Anne Chappel, Julie Parsons, Maria Tamboukou Handbook of Auto/Biography Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.165-84.
(2019) 'Ceci n'est pas une new woman, for an exhibition on 'Women at the Bauhaus', the Kunsthalle Erfurt, 2019. Also to be published in eds. Patrick Roessler & Lina Buttgereit The New Women - Visual Representations of the Female in the 20th Century. Erfurt, Germany, 2019.
(2019) 'Dorothy Smith' in eds. Paul Atkinson & Sara Delamont Sage Encyclopaedia of Qualitative Research Foundations London: Sage. http://methods.sagepub.com/foundations/smith-dorothy DOI 10.4135/9781526421036752653.
(2019) Liz Stanley & Emilia Sereva ‘Letters and documents of life revisited' in eds. Paul Atkinson & Sara Delamont Sage Encyclopaedia of Qualitative Research: `Foundations London: Sage. http://methods.sagepub.com/foundations/documents-of-life DOI 10.4135/9781526421036752360
(2019) 'Protest and the Lovedale Riot of 1946: "Largely a rebellion against authority"?' Journal of Southern African Studies. 44, 6. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2018.1533301
(2019) ' Biography'. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, G. Ritzer (Ed.). 2nd Edition, New York: Wiley Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781405165518.wbeosb023.pub2
(2018) 'Writing lives, fictions, and the postcolonial: Afterword' for special issue on 'illuminating Lives: The Biographical Impulse in Postcolonial Literatures', Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Online First https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418802610
(2018) 'Epistemology' in (ed) Michael Ryan Essential Concepts in Sociology New York: Wiley.
(2018) 'Before: The avant-textes of ‘From Man to Man’ and Olive Schreiner’s writing practices' Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Online First https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418787843
(2018) 'Settler colonialism and migrant letters' in eds. Marcello Borges and Sonia Cancian Migrant Letters: Emotional Language, Mobile Identities, and Writing Practices in Historical Perspective (New York: Routledge, Chapter 6) ISBN: 978-1-138-56019-2
Liz Stanley and Margaretta Jolly (2017) 'Epistolarity: life after death of the letter?' a/b: Auto/Biographical Studies 32. 2: 229-33.
(2016) 'Telling lives in feminist narrative inquiry' in (eds) Kelly Lockwood, Kate Smith & Jo Woodiwiss Feminist Narrative Research: Opportunities and Challenges Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
(2016) ‘Settler colonialism and migrant letters: the Forbes family and letter-writing in South Africa 1850–1922, The History of the Family, 21:3, 398-428, DOI: 10.1080/1081602X.2015.1127176
(2015) “The reader, the text and the editor: On the making of Olive Schreiner's letters and The World's Great Question” English in Africa 42:1, 59-76.
(2015) “The death of the letter? Epistolary intent, letterness and the many ends of letter-writing” Cultural Sociology 9:2, 240-55.
(2015) “The scriptural economy, the Forbes figuration and the racial order” Sociology 49:5, 837-52.
(2015) “Documents of life: Analysing letters and other found data in researching 'Whites Writing Whiteness' in South Africa” in SAGE Research Methods Datasets. SAGE Publications Ltd. http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473942974.
(2015) “Operationalizing a QLR project on social change and whiteness in South Africa, 1770s – 1970s” International Journal of Social Research Methodology 18:3, 251-65.
(2015) ““Olive Schreiner, Sociology and the company she kept” in (eds) Alexander Law and Eric Royal Lybeck Sociological Amnesia: Cross-Currents in Disciplinary History Farnham: Ashgate, pp.89-104.
(2013) 'Olive Schreiner, Epistolary Practices and Microhistories: A Cultural Entrepreneur in an Historical Landscape' J. Cultural & Social History 10: 577-97 (with Andrea Salter and Helen Dampier)
(2013) 'The work of making and the work it does: Cultural sociology and 'beinging-into-being' the cultural assemblage of the Olive Schreiner letters' Cultural Sociology 7: 287-302 (with Andrea Salter and Helen Dampier)
(2013) 'Whites writing: Letters and documents of life in a QLR project' in (ed) Liz Stanley Documents of Life Revisited Farnham: Ashgate, pp.59-73.
(2012) '"I just express my views & leave them to work": Olive Schreiner as a feminist protagonist in a masculine political landscape with figures and letters' Gender and History 24: 677-700 (with Helen Dampier)
(2012) 'The epistolary pact, letterness and the Schreiner epistolarium' a/b: Auto/Biographical Studies 27: 262-93 (with Helen Dampier, & Andrea Salter)
(2011) 'The domestication of death: The sequestration thesis and domestic figuration' Sociology 45: 947-62 (with Sue Wise)
(2011) 'The Epistolary Gift: The Editorial Third Party, Counter-Epistolaria: Rethinking the Epistolarium' Life Writing 8:3, pp.137-54.
(2011) 'The ESRC's 2010 Framework for Research Excellence: Fit For Purpose?' (with Sue Wise) Sociological Research Online 15, 4, 12 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/15/4/12.html
(2011) 'Towards the epistolarium: Issues in researching and publishing the Olive Schreiner epistolarium' (with Helen Dampier) African Research and Documentation: Journal of the SCOLMA 113: 27-32.
(2011) 'Olive Schreiner, 'A Returned South African', Her Letters, Her Essays, Her Fiction, Her Politics, Her Life: The Epistolarium Revisited' in (ed) Liz Stanley 'Olive Schreiner & Company: Schreiner's Letters and 'Drinking In the External World'' Olive Schreiner Letters Project Working Paper on Letters, Letterness & Epistolary Networks no.3, University of Edinburgh, pp.19-44 http://www.oliveschreinerletters.ed.ac.uk/OSandCompany2011PDF.pdf
(2010) 'Olive Schreiner globalising social inquiry: a feminist analytics of globalization' (with Helen Dampier and Andrea Salter) Sociological Review 58,4: 656-79.
(2010) '"Men selling their souls & the future - & fate watching them"' - Olive Schreiner on Union' Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa 64, 3: 121-36 (with Helen Dampier)
(2010) 'To the letter: Thomas & Znaniecki's The Polish Peasant… and writing a life, sociologically speaking' Life Writing 7:2, 137-51.
(2009) 'The number of the South African War (1899-1902) concentration camp dead: Standard stories, superior stories and a forgotten proto-nationalist research investigation' Sociological Research Online 14: 5 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/5/13 (with Helen Dampier)
(2009) '"Her letters cut are generally nothing of interest" ¬ The heterotopic persona of Olive Schreiner and the alterity-persona of Cronwright-Schreiner English in Africa 36, 2: 7-30 (with Andrea Salter).
(2009) 'Rethinking 'current crisis' arguments: Gouldner and the legacy of critical sociology' (with Robert Hollands) Sociological Research Online 14:1 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/1/1.html
(2008) 'It has always known and we have always been 'other' - Knowing capitalism and the 'coming crisis' of sociology confront the concentration system and Mass-Observation' Sociological Review 56:4, 535-51.
(2008) 'Madness to the method? Using a narrative methodology to analyse large-scale complex social phenomena' Qualitative Research 8: 3, 435-47.
(2008) 'Parallel narratives: Photographs in Boer women's wartime testimonies' in (eds) David Robinson et al Narratives and Fiction Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press: 9-24 (with Helen Dampier).
(2008) '"She wrote Peter Halket": Fictive and factive devices in Olive Schreiner's letters and Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland' in (eds) David Robinson et al Narratives and Fiction Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press: 61-71 (with Helen Dampier).
(2008) 'Feminist methodology matters! in (eds) Diane Richardson & Vicki Robinson (3rd edition) Gender and Women's Studies Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan pp.221-43 (with S. Wise).