Elfving-Hwang, Joanna. Representations of Femininity in Contemporary South Korean Women's Literature (Dorset: Brill/Global Oriental, 2010) (ISBN 978-1-906876-02-9). [Review of the book available in Acta Koreana Vol. 15, No. 2 (2012), pp. 415–19.]
Moore, Ivan, Kenisha Garnett, Joanna Elfving-Hwang and Chris Corker, eds. Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy Case Studies, Vol. 1 (Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University, 2010) (ISBN: 978-1-897851-17-3, 240 pages)
Fraschini, N., Elfving-Hwang, J. and Tao, Y. (forthcoming 2023) ‘Korean Language Education in Western Australia: Development and Challenges’ in Enabling Learning: Language Teaching for Australian Universities, eds John Kinder, Nicola Fraschini and Marinella Caruso (ANU Press)
Park, H., Elfving-Hwang, J., Whitney, Y. (accepted for publication in 2022), ‘Why aid diplomacy eventually pays off : Lessons from Australia’s Demonstration Sheep Farm Project in 1970s South Korea‘, Melbourne Asia Review.
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2022). Pretty Tough: Reading Visual Aesthetics of K-Pop Masculinities. Hallyu! The Korean Wave (Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), London),
Mackie, V., Baudinette, T., Chakraborty, M. N., Chan, D., Elfving-Hwang, J., Pendleton, M., & Suganuma, K. (2021). Remembering Romit Dasgupta. Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 17(1/2). https://doi.org/10.5130/pjmis.v17i1-2.7470
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2021). Man Made Beautiful: The Social Role of Grooming and Body Work in Performing Middle-aged Corporate Masculinity in South Korea. Men and Masculinities. https://doi.org/10.1177/1097184X20976730 (SSCI indexed journal)
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2021). The Body, Cosmetic Surgery and the Discourse of Westernization of Korean Bodies. In M. Craig (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Politics of Beauty (1 ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429283734-31
Dean, P. & Elfving-Hwang J. (eds). (2021), ROK-Australia Defence and Security Ties: Prospects and Reflections on the 60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations [Special Issue], Black Swan Strategy Paper 1(1) (Perth: UWA Defence and Security Institute). Available online: https://defenceuwa.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Black-Swan-Strategy-Paper-Issue01_ROK-AUS.pdf
Elfving-Hwang, J. & Dean, P. (eds.) (2021), Toward Deeper Engagement: Prospects and Reflections on the 60th Anniversary of ROK-Australia Diplomatic Relations [Special Issue], Korea Research Centre Paper Series 1(1) (Perth: Korea Research Centre).
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2021), ‘Reflecting on 60 years of Academic Korea Expertise in Australia: (Missed) Opportunities and Challenges Ahead’, in Toward Deeper Engagement: Prospects and Reflections on the 60th Anniversary of ROK-Australia Diplomatic Relations [Special Issue], Korea Research Centre Paper Series 1(1) (Perth: Korea Research Centre), pp. 20-23.
Elfving-Hwang, J., Mendez, T., Monden, M. (November 3, 2021), ‘Where is Asia in ‘Fortress Australia’?’ Asian Currents: https://asaa.asn.au/where-is-asia-in-fortress-australia/
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2020), ‘Media, Cosmetic Surgery and Aspirational Beauty Aesthetics of the Ageing Body in South Korea’ for a special edition of Asian Studies Review (‘Beauty and Whitening in Asia’), eds. D. Henley, N. Porath and A. Hardon 45(2): 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/10357823.2020.1736513
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2020). Competency as an Embodied Social Practice: Clothing, Presentation of Self and Corporate Masculinity in South Korea. In J. Hoegaerds, & K. Aarvik (Eds.), Making It Like Man: Men, Masculinities and the Modern Career, pp. 137-151 (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter). https://www.degruyter.com/view/title/551333
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna, ‘K-pop fans are creative, dedicated and social - we should take them seriously’(July 2, 2019), The Conversation, https://theconversation.com/k-pop-fans-are-creative-dedicated-and-social-we-should-take-them-seriously-119300
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2018). ‘K-pop Idols, Artificial Beauty and Affective Fan Relationships in South Korea’, in Handbook of Celebrity Studies, ed. Anthony Elliot (London and New York: Routledge), pp. 191-201
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2017), ‘The Aesthetics of Authenticity: Corporate Masculinities in Contemporary South Korean Television Dramas,’ Asia Pacific Perspectives 15 (2): 55-79.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2016), ‘Out, Down and Out? Beauty Work and Agency among Elderly Korean Women’, Journal of Aging Studies 38 (2): 6-15 (SSCI indexed, one of the leading journals in ageing studies).
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna and Jane Park (2016), ‘Australian Media, Korean Cosmetic Surgery and the Question of Race‘, Continuum 30(4): 397-407 (SSCI indexed) DOI:10.1080/10304312.2016.1141864.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna ‘Darf man seinen Kindern eine Schonheitsoperation zum Abitur schenken?’ GEO Magazine (Germany), January 4, 2016, https://www.geo.de/magazine/geo-magazin/424-rtkl-moral-international-darf-man-seinen-kindern-eine-schoenheitsoperation
Fraschini, N., Elfving-Hwang, J. 2016, 'Main motivational components of Korean language students in a Australian higher education setting', Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Korean Language Education in Australia, (Sydney: The University of Sydney), pp. 48-66.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2015), ‘Disaster Narratives in Contemporary South Korean Cultural Imaginary‘, Korea Journal 55(3), 8-29 (SSCI indexed)
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna and Jane Park, 'Does Everyone Just Want to Be White?', Asian Currents (April 2014), pp. 33-34. Available online: https://www.academia.edu/7084785/Does_Everyone_Just_Want_to_Be_White_A_critique_of_recent_de-racialisation_surgery_discourse_in_Australian_media_with_Jane_Park_University_of_Sydney_pp._33-34
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2013), ‘South Korean Cultural Diplomacy and Brokering ‘K-Culture’ outside Asia‘, Korean Histories 4(1), 14-26.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2013), ‘Cosmetic Surgery and Embodying the Moral Self in South Korean Popular Makeover Culture," The Asia-Pacific Journal, 11(24), 1-11.
Elfving-Hwang (2013), Joanna ‘Transnational Sport: Gender, Media, and Global Korea’ by Rachael Miyung Joo, Pacific Affairs 86(4), 930-93 (Book Review)
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna and Ruth Holliday (2012), 'Gender, Globalization and Aesthetic Surgery in South Korea', Body and Society 18(2), 58-81. This article was nominated as an article of ‘key importance to the field of sociology’ in 2014 (www.sociologyresearch.org) and has been on list of most-read articles of the journal since its publication in 2012.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2012), ‘Crisis of Gender and the Nation in Korean Literature and Cinema’ by Kelly Y. Jeong, Journal of Asian Studies, 71(4), 1160-62 (Book Review)
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2011). ‘Cross-border representations in North and South Korean Cold War Literatures’, in Global Cold War Literatures: Western, Eastern and Postcolonial Perspectives, ed. Andrew Hammond (London and New York: Routledge), pp. 44-57.
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2011) ‘Not So Soft After All: Kkonminam Masculinities in Contemporary South Korean Popular Culture’ Conference Proceedings of the KSAA 7th Biennial Conference, Paper no. P049 (CD Rom, 2011) (ISBN 978-0-7334-3079-4), 21 pages
Elfving-Hwang, J. (2011), ‘Responses to “Korean Literature in English Translation: The Next Ten Years”’, Korean Literature into The World: Proceedings of the 5th International Translators’ Conference 2011 (Seoul: Korean Literature Translation Institute, 2011), pp. 208-13.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2010), ‘Who Ate Up All the Shinga?’ by Park Wan-Suh, _List, Books from Korea, Vol. 7, p. 34. (Book Review)
Elfving-Hwang Joanna, Kenisha Garnett and Ivan Moore (2009). ‘Learner Autonomy and Professional Development: Enabling Learning and Teaching Innovations through Engaging with a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’ (as lead author,), in Improving Student Learning: For the Twenty-First Century Learner, ed. Chris Rust (Oxford: Oxford Brookes University) (ISBN: 1 873576 79 3), 116-27.
'Developing Communities of Practice: the Role of a Centre for Excellence in Fostering Staff and Student Communities' (with Ivan Moore and Kenisha Garnett), EvidenceNet [online] (York: The Higher Education Academy, 2009), Available from: http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/York/documents/events/annualconference/2009/papers/Ivan_Moore_innovation_paper.doc
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2008). 'The Improper Desire for Knowledge: De-gendering Curiosity in Contemporary Korean Women’s Literature', in Korea: The Past and the Present, eds. James Hoare and Susan Pares (Dorset: Global Oriental), pp. 446-454 (ISBN 1-901903-54-0)
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2008), ‘There Petal Silently Falls’ by Ch’oe Yun, Acta Koreana, Vol. 11 No. 3, pp. 261-265. (Book Review)
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2006), 'The Improper Desire for Knowledge: De-gendering Curiosity in Contemporary Korean Women’s Literature', The British Association of Korean Studies Papers, Vol. 10, pp. 107-118.
Elfving-Hwang, Joanna (2003), 'The Fantastic as a Tool for Subverting Mythic Femininity in Contemporary Korean Women’s Fiction', Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the Association for Korean Studies in Europe, eds. Antonetta Bruno and Federica Baglioni (Rome: University of La Sapienza), pp. 183-186