Doctor of Philsophy (University of New South Wales), Master of Arts (Gender and Cultural Studies) (University of Sydney), Bachelor of Laws (Hons) (University of Sydney), Bachelor of Arts (Modern History) (University of Sydney), Diploma of Legal Practice (College of Law, New South Wales)
- Stardust Z, Treloar C, Cama E, Kim J, (2021) ‘I Wouldn’t Call the Cops if I was Being Bashed to Death’: Sex Work, Whore Stigma and the Criminal Legal System, International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 10 (2).
- Stardust Z, (2018) Safe For Work: Feminist Porn, Corporate Regulation and Community Standards. In C Dale & R Overell, Orienting Feminism: Media, Activism, Cultural Representation, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 155-179.
- Stardust Z, (2019) From Amateur Aesthetics to Intelligible Orgasms: Pornographic Authenticity and Precarious Labour in the Gig Economy, AG About Gender - International Journal of Gender Studies, 8 (16), pp. 1-29.
- Hester H, Stardust Z, (2020) Sex Work in a Postwork Imaginary: On Abolitionism, Careerism, and Respectability. In J Cooke, The New Feminist Literary Studies, Cambridge University Press, pp. 69-82.
- Stardust Z, (2020) Sex in the Academy/Sex in the Field: Bodies of Ethics in Activist Research. In P Wadds, N Apoifis, S Schmeidl & K Spurway, Navigating Fieldwork in the Social Sciences: Stories of Danger, Risk and Reward, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-37.
- Sperring S, Stardust Z, (2020) Engorged: Fucking (with) the Maternal - An Analysis of Antinormativity, Cultural Legitimacy, and Queer Authenticity. In H Zwalf, M Walks & J Mortenson, Mothers, Sex, and Sexuality, Demeter Press, pp. 213-240.
- Treloar C, Stardust Z, Kim J, (2021) Rethinking the relationship between sex work, mental health and stigma: A qualitative study of sex workers in Australia , Social Science and Medicine, 268.
- Stardust Z, (2014) 'Fisting is not permitted': Criminal intimacies, queer sexualities and feminist porn in the Australian legal context, Porn Studies, 1 (3), pp. 242-259.
- Stardust Z, Kolstee J, Joksic S, Gray J, Hannan S, (2018) A community-led, harm-reduction approach to chemsex: case study from Australia’s largest gay city, Sexual Health, 15 (2), pp. 179-181.
- Stardust Z, (2015) Critical Femininities, Fluid Sexualities and Queer Temporalities: Erotic Performers on Objectification, Femmephobia and Oppression. In M Liang, K Pilcher & N Smith, Queer Sex Work, Routledge, pp. 67-78.