Trudi Tate, Review of Viet Nguyen, The Refugees, Refugee History website, July 2017
Trudi Tate, ‘Sebastopol: On the Fall of a City’, 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 20, special issue on the Crimean War, ed. Rachel Bates, Holly Furneaux and Alistair Massey (2015). Read the beginning here.
Trudi Tate, ‘King Baby’, in Trudi Tate and Kate Kennedy, eds., The Silent Morning: Culture and Memory after the Armistice (Manchester University Press, 2013; 2015). Featured on University of Cambridge research page, November 2015.
Trudi Tate, ‘The First World War: British Writing’, in Kate McLaughlin, ed., The Cambridge Companion to War Writing (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
Trudi Tate, ‘Displacement’, on Andrew Pham, The Eaves of Heaven, Quadrant (Australia), 53 (May 2009)
Trudi Tate, ‘Afterlives of Virginia Woolf’, Quadrant, 50 (January/February 2006)
Trudi Tate, ‘Feeling Crook’, on Haran and Kearney, Flashback, Quadrant, 49 (January 2005)
Trudi Tate, ‘On Not Knowing Why: Memorializing the Light Brigade’, in Helen Small and Trudi Tate, eds., Literature, Science, Psychoanalysis: Essays in Honour of Gillian Beer (Oxford University Press, 2003)
Trudi Tate, ‘Dangerous Intimacy’, on Pamela Thurschwell, Literature, Technology and Magical Thinking, Quadrant, 46 (October 2002)
Trudi Tate, ‘Stop Whispering’, on Peter Haran and Robert Kearney, Crossfire, Quadrant, 46 (April 2002)
Con Coroneos and Trudi Tate, ‘Lawrence’s Short Fiction’, in Anne Fernihough, ed., Cambridge Companion to D. H. Lawrence (Cambridge University Press, 2001). See clarification of problem with this article, since resolved.
Trudi Tate, ‘Black Dogs’, on Peter Haran, Trackers, Quadrant, 45 (September 2001)
Trudi Tate, ‘Unforgiven‘, on Tripp, Father, Soldier, Son‘, Quadrant, 45 (April 2001)
Trudi Tate, ‘A Century of Dud Patriots‘, on Phillip Knightley, The First Casualty, 2nd edn, Quadrant, 44 (October 2000)
Trudi Tate, Review of Jonathan Vance, Death So Noble, War in History, 6 (1999)
Trudi Tate, ‘Lies, Damned Lies, and Television’, on Philip Taylor, War and the Media, 2nd edn, Quadrant, 43 (September 1999)
Trudi Tate, ‘The Writer among the Ruins’, on W. G. Sebald, The Rings of Saturn, Quadrant, 42 (November 1998)
Trudi Tate, ‘HD’s War Neurotics’, in Suzanne Raitt and Trudi Tate, eds., Women’s Fiction and the Great War (Oxford University Press, 1997)
Trudi Tate, ‘Rumour, Propaganda, Parade’s End‘, Essays in Criticism, 47, 4 (October 1997)
Trudi Tate, ‘The Culture of the Tank’, Modernism/Modernity, 4,1 (January 1997)
Trudi Tate, Review of Cheyette, Constructions of ‘The Jew’ in English Literature and Society and Nochlin and Garb, The Jew in the Text, Texual Practice, 1996
Trudi Tate, ‘Mrs Dalloway and the Armenian Question’, Textual Practice, 8, 3 (1994)
Trudi Tate, ‘Unravelling the Feminine: Peter Carey’s “Peeling”‘, Meanjin (Australia), 46, 3 (1987)