Nicoll, Fiona From Diggers to Drag Queens: Configurations of Australian National Identity. Sydney: Pluto Press, 2001.
Nicoll, Fiona (2015). ‘Through my eyes: indigenous knowledge and the art of thinking’. In Fiona Foley, Louise Martin-Chew and Fiona Nicoll (Ed.), Courting Blakness: Recalibrating Knowledge in the Sandstone University (pp. 186-195) Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Univeristy of Queensland Press.
Nicoll, Fiona (2015). Recalibrating knowledge in the sandstone university. In Fiona Foley, Louise Martin-Chew and Fiona Nicoll (Ed.), Courting Blakness: Recalibrating Knowledge in the Sandstone University (pp. 2-13) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland Press.
Nicoll, Fiona (2014). War by other means: the Australian War Memorial and the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in national space and time. In Gary Foley, Andrew Schaap and Edwina Howell (Ed.), The Aboriginal Tent Embassy: sovereignty, black power, land rights and the state (pp. 267-283) London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780203771235
Nicoll, Fiona (2010). Subjects in a state: Cultural economies of gambling. In Sytze F. Kingma (Ed.), Global gambling: Cultural perspectives on gambling organizations (pp. 211-234) New York, U.S.A.: Routledge.
Nicoll, Fiona (2009). No substitute: Political art against the opiate of the colonising euphemism. In Michele Helmrich, Christine Morrow and Rachel Kent (Ed.), Fiona Foley : Forbidden (pp. 60-67) Sydney: MCA.
Nicoll, Fiona (2008). What's so funny about Indian casinos? Comparative notes on gambling, white possession and popular culture in Australia and the USA.. In Nicole Anderson and Katrina Schlunke (Ed.), Cultural Theory in Everyday Practice (pp. 187-195) South Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.
Nicoll, Fiona (2008). Consuming pathologies: The Australian against Indigenous sovereignties. In Moreton-Robinson, Aileen, Casey, Maryrose and Nicoll, Fiona (Ed.), Transnational Whiteness Matters (pp. 57-79) Lanham, Maryland, U.S.: Lexington Books.
Nicoll, F. J. (2006). Aboriginal art - it's a white thing: Framing whiteness. In F. Foley (Ed.), The Art of Politics / The Politics of Art: The Place of Indigenous Contemporary Art (pp. 1-5) Queensland: Keeaira Press.
Nicoll, Fiona (2006). Transcending traitorship and troubling gender trouble: Post-colonising white masculinities in drag performance. In Adrian Kiernander, Jonathan Bollen and Bruce Parr (Ed.), What a man's gotta do?: Masculinities in performance (pp. 241-257) Armidale, Australia: University of New England Press.
Nicoll, Fiona (2004). Reconciliation in and out of Perspective:white knowing, seeing, curating and being at home in and against Indigenous sovereignty. In Moreton-Robinson, Aileen (Ed.), Whitening Race: essays in social and cultural criticism 1 ed. (pp. 17-31) Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
Nicoll, Fiona (2015) ‘Interrupting white possession and unsettling state borders: expanding frontiers of critical indigenous studies’. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 8 1: 47-59.
Nicoll, Fiona (2014) Book Review: Indigenous Sovereignty and the Being of the Occupier: Manifesto for a White Australian Philosophy of Origins. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 7 2: .
Nicoll, Fiona (2014) Beyond white virtue: reflections on the first decade of critical race and whiteness studies in the Australian academy. Critical Race and Whiteness Studies, 10 2: 1-19.
Nicoll, Fiona (2014) Indian Dreaming: iconography of the zone/zones of iconography. Continuum, 28 6: 835-849. doi:10.1080/10304312.2014.941336
Nicoll, Fiona (2013) Finopower: governing intersections between gambling and finance. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 10 4: 385-405. doi:10.1080/14791420.2013.839883
Nicoll, Fiona (2012) Bad Habits: discourses of addiction and the racial politics of intervention. Griffith Law Review, 21 1: 164-189. doi:10.1080/10383441.2012.10854736
Nicoll, Fiona (2011) Gambling in Australian Culture: more than just a day at the races. The Conversation, .
Nicoll, Fiona (2011) On blowing up the pokies: The pokie lounge as a cultural site of neoliberal governmentality in Australia. Cultural Studies Review, 17 2: 219-256.
Nicoll, Fiona (2011) Notes on Captain Cook’s gambling habit: Settling accounts of white possession. Critical Race and Whiteness Studies, 7 2: .
Nicoll, Fiona (2011) Book Review First Nations Gaming in Canada by Yale D. Belanger. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2011.. Aboriginal Policy Studies, 1 2: 182-187. doi:10.5663/aps.v1i2.11689
Redshaw, Sarah and Nicoll, Fiona (2010) Gambling drivers: Regulating cultural technologies, subjects, spaces and practices of mobility. Mobilities, 5 3: 409-430. doi:10.1080/17450101.2010.494843
Nicoll, Fiona (2009) On talking about Indigenous gambling and economic development in Australia, the US and Canada: Rights, whiteness and sovereignties. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 2 1: 49-61.
Nicoll, Fiona (2009) A comparative discussion of the racialized play of symbolic capital in cultural and political economies of indigenous gambling in Australia and the United States. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 2 2: 10-24.
Nicoll, Fiona (2009) Convincing ground: Learning to fall in love with your country, by Bruce Pascoe,Canberra, Aboriginal Studies Press, 2007, 304 pp., $39.95 (paperback), ISBN9780855755492. Journal of Australian Studies, 33 2: 245-247. doi:10.1080/14443050902883447
Nicoll, Fiona (2008) The problematic joys of gambling: Subjects in a state. New Formations: A Journal of Culture/Theory/Politics, 63 103-120.
Nicoll, Fiona and Gregg, Melissa (2008) Successful resistance or resisting success? Surviving the silent social order of the theory classroom. Social Epistemology: A Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Policy, 22 2: 203-217. doi:10.1080/02691720802156359
Nicoll, Fiona (2007) Sovereign Subjects: Review of Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous Sovereignty Matters, Allen & Unwin, 2007. Australian Women's Book Review, 19 2: 9-13.
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen and Nicoll, Fiona (2006) We Shall Fight Them on the Beaches: Protesting White Cultures of Possession. Journal of Australian Studies, 89 149-160.
Nicoll, Fiona (2006) Emily Floyd/Julia Gorman: The New Silhouette Richard Bell: Positivity (Review). Machine: Visual Arts Bi-Monthly, 2 2: 14-15.
Nicoll, Fiona (2006) Locating whiteness in the academic production of "I Philosophy" in and of time and place. Borderlands E-Journal, 5 1: 1-14.
Nicoll, Fiona (2004) 'Are you calling me a racist?': teaching critical whiteness theory in Indigenous sovereignty. Borderlands eJournal, 3 2: .
Nicoll, Fiona (2002) De-facing Terra Nullius and facing the secret of Indigenous sovereignty in Australia. Borderlands, 1 2: .
Nicoll, Fiona (2000) Indigenous Sovereignty and the Violence of Perspective: A White Woman's Coming Out Story. Australian Feminist Studies, 15 33: 369-386. doi:10.1080/713611981