Harris Rimmer, S & Kate Ogg (eds) Research Handbook on the Future of Women’s Engagement with International Law.Edward Elgar. (in press, April 2019). Foreword by Hilary Charlesworth, Afterword by Dianne Otto.
Harris Rimmer, S. Women in International Law.(Edward Elgar International Law Series, edited by Dinah Shelton) (Contracted for December 2019)
Harris Rimmer, S. (2019). Deliberate Ambiguity: NATO International Security Assistance Force Mission in Afghanistan and the practice of Bacha Bazi(under review)
Kim, S.-M, Haug, S. and S. Harris Rimmer (2018). Minilateralism Revisited: MIKTA as Slender Diplomacy in a Multiplex World. Global Governance, 24(4), 475–489.
Ekanayake, C., & Harris Rimmer, S. (2018). Applying Effective Control to the Conduct of UN Forces: Connecting Factual Complexities with Legal Responsibility. International Organizations Law Review, 15(1), 9–38.
Harris Rimmer, S 2013. Entries on Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission and Truth and Reconciliation Commission(Solomon Islands) in Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice 3 Volume Hardback Set, eds: Lavinia Stan and Nadya Nedelsky, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Harris Rimmer, S 2010, ‘Women Cut in Half: Refugee Women and the Commission for Reception, Truth Seeking and Reconciliation in Timor Leste’, Refugee Survey Quarterly, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 85-103.
Harris Rimmer, S 2010, ‘The dangers of character tests under Australian migration laws’, Australian Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 17, pp. 229-244.
Charlesworth, H & Harris Rimmer, S 2010, ‘Feminist Internationalisms’, The Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 32, pp. 3-7.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2010, ‘Sexing the subject of Transitional Justice’, The Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 32, pp. 123-147.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2009, ‘Is ASIO a good judge of character?’, Alternative Law Journal, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 102-107.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2009, ‘Comments: Examining the character of Australian citizens’, Public Law Review, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 95-100.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2007, ”Orphans’ or Veterans? Justice for Children Born of War in East Timor’, Texas International Law Journal, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 323-344.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2019. “Chapter 9. The Case of Australia: From “Culture” Reforms to a Culture of Rights” in Woman and Gender Perspectives in the Military: An International Comparison. Robert Egnell and Mayesha Alam, Editors. Foreword by Amb. Melanne Verveer. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, pp 173-2016.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2017. Women in global economic governance: scaling the summits. In Gender and Diplomacy (pp. 140–169).
Harris Rimmer, S. 2016. The Rwanda Paradigm: The Responsibility to Protect Displaced Persons. In Civilian Protection in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 79–106).
Harris Rimmer, S. 2016. ‘Gender, Governance and the Defence of the Realm: Globalising Reforms in the Australian Defence Force’ in Katie Young and Kim Rubenstein (eds) The Public Law of Gender. Cambridge University Press. (Volume V in Connecting International Law with Public Law series).
Harris Rimmer, S. 2015. ‘Feminist reflections on R2P’ in Theorising R2P edited by Ramesh Thakur & William Maley, OUP.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2015. G20 engagement: do social partners make a difference to the forum’s legitimacy and accountability? in Mike Callaghan and Tristram Sainsbury (eds), The Future of International Economic Governance and the G20, NewSouth publishing, Lowy.
Harris Rimmer, S. 2104. ‘The Big Stage: Australian women leading social change in international for a’ in Women and Leadership in a Century of Australian Democracy, eds Joy Damousi, Kim Rubenstein & Mary Tomsic, ANU E-Press (ARC Linkage grant)
Harris Rimmer, S. 2014. ‘Dangerous Intersection: migration and counter-terrorism laws in the case of Dr Mohammed Haneef’ in Fiona Jenkins, Kim Rubenstein and Mark Nolan (eds) Allegiance and Identity in a Globalised World. Cambridge University Press. (Volume IV in Connecting International Law with Public Law series)
Harris Rimmer, S. 2012, ‘Timor-Leste: International intervention, gender and the dangers of negative peace’, in Edward Aspinall, Robin Jeffrey and Anthony J Regan (ed.), Diminishing Conflicts in Asia and the Pacific: Why some subside and others don’t, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York USA, pp. 19-36.
Harris Rimmer, S 2010, ‘A passport to punishment: administrative measures of control for national security purposes’, in Nicola McGarrity, Andrew Lynch and George Williams (ed.), Counter Terrorism and Beyond: The Culture of Law and Justice after 9/11, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York, pp. 109-128.
Harris Rimmer, S 2010, ‘Assessing the relevance of the international legal framework in claiming economic and social rights’, in Ann Neville (ed.), Human Rights and Social Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Values and Citizenship in OECD Countries, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA.
Harris Rimmer, S. (2010) Raising women up: analysing Australian advocacy for women’s rights under international and domestic law in Margaret Thornton and Trish Luker (eds) Sex Discrimination in Uncertain Times, ANU E-press.
Harris Rimmer, S 2009, ‘Grand Plans’, in Barbara Nelson & Andrew MacIntyre (ed.), Capturing the year 2009: Writings from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 74-79.
Harris Rimmer, S 2009, ‘Beloved Madam: The Indonesian ad hoc Human Rights Court’, in William Binchy (ed.), Timor Leste: Challenges for Justice and Human Rights in the Shadow of the Past, Clarus Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 427-473.
Harris Rimmer, S 2007, ‘Orphans or Veterans? Justice for Children born of war in East Timor’, in
Charli Carpenter (ed.), Born of War: Protecting Children of Sexual Violence Survivors in Conflict Zones, Kumarian Press (an imprint of Stylus Publishing), USA, pp. 53-77.
Harris Rimmer, S 2006, ‘The Role of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’, in Ustinia Dolgopol and Judith Gardam (ed.), The Challenge of Conflict: International Law Responds, Koninklijke Brill, The Netherlands, pp. 517-527.
Harris Rimmer, S 2006, ‘The Roman Catholic Church and the Rights of East Timorese Women’, in Amanda Whiting & Carolyn Evans (ed.), Mixed Blessings: Laws, Religions, and Women?s Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 161-181.
Subacchi and S. Harris Rimmer. (2018) New Frontiers in Gender-responsive Governance: Five Years of the W20. Chatham House Research paper, 6 November 2018, available at https://www.chathamhouse.org/publication/new-frontiers-gender-responsive-governance-five-years-w20 With.