Downing, Lisa, Iain Morland, and Nikki Sullivan, Fuckology: Critical Essays on John Money’s Diagnostic Concepts (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2015)

Morland, Iain, and Annabelle Willox (eds.), Queer Theory (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005)

Edited Journals

Morland, Iain (ed.), “Intersex and After,” Special Issue of GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 15:2, 2009

Morland, Iain, and Wendy O’Brien (eds.), “Regions of Sexuality,” Special Issue of Transformations, 8, 2004,

Journal Papers

Morland, Iain, “Intersex Surgery between the Gaze and the Subject,” Transgender Studies Quarterly, 9:2, 2022, 160–171

Morland, Iain, and Dino Willox, “Queer Feminizmus a Politika Diferencie,” trans. Lenka Kristofova, Glosolália 2, 2018, 33–45

Morland, Iain, “Afterword: Genitals are History,” Postmedieval, 9:2, 2018, 209–215

Morland, Iain, “Intersex,” Transgender Studies Quarterly, 1:1/2, 2014, 111–115

Morland, Iain, “The Injured World: Intersex and the Phenomenology of Feeling,” Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 23:2, 2012, 20–41

Morland, Iain, “What Can Queer Theory Do for Intersex?” GLQ, 15:2, 2009, 285–312

Morland, Iain, “Intimate Violations: Intersex and the Ethics of Bodily Integrity,” Feminism and Psychology, 18:3, 2008, 425–430

Morland, Iain, “Plastic Man: Intersex, Humanism and the Reimer Case,” Subject Matters: A Journal of Communications and the Self, 3:2/4:1, 2007, 81–98

Morland, Iain, “‘The Glans Opens Like a Book’: Writing and Reading the Intersexed Body,” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 19:3, 2005, 335–348

Morland, Iain, “Thinking with the Phallus,” Psychologist, 17:8, 2004, 448–450

Morland, Iain, “Reading’s Reason,” Diacritics, 31:2, 2001, 85–97

Morland, Iain, “Is Intersexuality Real?” Textual Practice, 15:3, 2001, 527–547

Morland, Iain, “Feminism and Intersexuality,” Feminist Theory, 2:3, 2001, 362–366

Book Chapters

Morland, Iain, “What Can Queer Theory Do for Intersex?” in Donald E. Hall and Annamarie Jagose (eds.), The Routledge Queer Studies Reader (Abingdon: Routledge, 2012), 445–463

Morland, Iain, “Intersex Treatment and the Promise of Trauma,” in Jill Fisher (ed.), Gender and the Science of Difference: Cultural Politics of Contemporary Science and Medicine (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2011), 147–163

Morland, Iain, “Between Critique and Reform: Ways of Reading the Intersex Controversy,” in Morgan Holmes (ed.), Critical Intersex (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009), 191–213

Morland, Iain, “Why Five Sexes Are Not Enough,” in Noreen Giffney and Michael O’Rourke (eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009), 33–48

Morland, Iain, “Postmodern Intersex,” in Sharon Sytsma (ed.), Ethics and Intersex (Dordrecht: Springer, 2006), 319–332

Morland, Iain, “The Injustice of Intersex: Feminist Science Studies and the Writing of a Wrong,” in Matthew Anderson (ed.), Toward a Critique of Guilt: Perspectives from Law and the Humanities (New York: JAI Elsevier, 2005), 53–75

Commissioned Research

Boyce, Tammy, Susan Hogben, Jenny Kitzinger, Justin Lewis, Iain Morland, Grace Reid, and Andrew Williams, Science is Everyday News: Review of UK Media Trends for the Government Office of Science and Innovation (Cardiff University, 2007)

Mitchell, Brian (ed.), International Historical Statistics, 4th edition, 3 vols (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003). I contributed data to the Africa, Asia and Oceania and Europe volumes.

Turner, Barry (ed.), Statesman’s Yearbook Online, Palgrave Macmillan, I contributed material on the cities, politics, arts, and cultures of Australia and New Zealand.

Short Essays and Editorials

Morland, Iain, “Sexuality, Gender, and Colours in A Single Man,” Cardiff sciSCREEN, 2010,

Morland, Iain, “Lessons from the Octopus,” GLQ, 15:2, 2009, 191–198

Morland, Iain, and Annabelle Willox, “Introduction,” in Iain Morland and Annabelle Willox (eds.), Queer Theory (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005), 1–5

Morland, Iain, and Wendy O’Brien, “Queering Regionality,” Transformations, 8, 2004,


Morland, Iain, and Eddie de Oliveira, State (dir. Eddie de Oliveira and John Sentance), performed at C Venues by In Human Form Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 1998


Morland, Iain, “The Limit of Queer Theory,” Review of Damien W. Riggs, Priscilla, (White) Queen of the Desert: Queer Rights/Race Privilege, GLQ, 13:4, 2007, 597–599

Morland, Iain, “Reading Remains,” Review of Colin Davis, After Poststructuralism: Reading, Stories and Theory, Culture Machine, 7, 2005,