MacKinnon, I., and Williams, L (2017). The reindigenization of humanity to Mother Earth: a learning platform for cultivating social-ecological resilience to challenge the Anthropocene. Forthcoming, Journal of Sustainability Education (Nov issue).
Williams, L., Roberts, R. and McIntosh, A. (2016). Human Ecology: A pedagogy of hope? Introduction. Radical Human Ecology: Intercultural and Indigenous Approaches. Williams, L., Roberts, R. and McIntosh, A. (eds), pp.1-11. Routledge: U.K.
Williams, L. (2012). The human ecologist as alchemist: An inquiry into Ngai Te Rangi cosmology, human agency and well-being in a time of ecological peril. Radical Human Ecology: Intercultural and Indigenous Approaches. Williams, L., Roberts, R. and McIntosh, A. (eds), pp.91-120. Routledge: U.K
Williams, L. Human Ecology, Bioethics and Human Rights Studia Bioethica, pp. 25-35
Williams, L. Stuart, L., and Reedy, N. (2014). Remapping culture, kin and country on the Darling Downs and Southwest Queensland: Suggestions for Indigenous and non-Indigenous health and well-being. Under review with Australian Journal of Indigenous Issues>
Williams, L. (2010) Mauao: He Whanaunga te ra. A report for Ngai Te Rangi Kuia and Koroua. Available at www.kinincommon.com
Mumtaz, Z. and Williams, L. (2007). Human Ecology: Concepts, subfields and thematic areas of knowledge development. A scan of the literature. Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Centre, Univeristy of Saskatchewan.
Williams, L. and Mumtaz, Z. (2007). Being Alive Well: Aboriginal Youth and Evidence-Based Approaches to Promoting Mental Well-being. Prepared by the Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Centre for the National Aboriginal Youth Mental Health Symposium, hosted by the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Feb 8th and 9th, Saskatoon.