Stein, JA, 2023, ‘Co-option or Recognition? Second-wave Feminist Politics and the Frigidaire Australia Women’s Design Conference, 1980’, Journal of Design History, accepted, in press.
Stein, JA, 2022, ‘Unresolved tensions in green transitions: retraining and the question of ‘how’?’ Dialogues in Human Geography, commentary response to Chantel Carr’s ‘Repair and Care’.
Wain, A, Stein, JA & Cleghorn, M, 2022, ‘Rare and vital trades: Keeping skills for the future’, conference paper, Big Stuff: Working together? Conservation and safeguarding of industrial and technology heritage, Seixal, Portugal, September.
Stein, JA, 2022, ‘Politicians in high-vis say they love manufacturing. But if we want more Australian-made jobs, here’s what we need’ The Conversation, 6 May.
Stein, JA 2022, ‘ “Advanced manufacturing” should be about people, skills and the environment, not fancy new tech’, Medium.com, republished on the Australian Manufacturing Forum @AUManufacturing, 28 April.
Stein, JA 2021, Industrial Craft in Australia: Oral Histories of Creativity & Survival (Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Studies in Oral History series).
Stein, JA 2021, ‘A dying trade that is still in demand?’, TAFE Teacher Magazine, winter issue, pp. 20-21. PDF