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Colin Marx, Abigail Halcli and Clive Barnett. 2012. ‘Locating the Global Governance of HIV and AIDS: Exploring the Geographies of Transnational Advocacy Networks.’ Health and Place 18 (3):490-495.
Colin Marx, Clive Barnett and Abigail Halcli. 2006. Research Report: Transnational Public Action and HIV/AIDS Activism. The Open University.
Elaine Welsh and Abigail Halcli. 2003 ‘Accounts of Feminism Among Women Local Councillors in England.’ Women’s Studies International Forum 26 (4):345-356.
Abigail Halcli. 2002. ‘Does Gender Matter?: Women in American Politics.’ In American Politics and Society Today, edited by Robert Singh. Cambridge: Polity.
Abigail Halcli. 2001. ‘The AIDS Activist Movement.’ Sociology Review 10:28-30.
Abigail Halcli and Frank Webster. 2000. ‘Inequality and Mobilization in The Information Age.’ The European Journal of Social Theory 3 (1): 67-81.
Gary Browning, Abigail Halcli and Frank Webster, co-editors. 2000. Understanding Contemporary Society: Theories of the Present. London: Sage.
Gary Browning, Abigail Halcli and Frank Webster. 2000. ‘Theory, Theorists and Themes: A User’s Guide to Understanding the Present. Pp. 1-21 in Understanding Contemporary Society: Theories of the Present, edited by Gary Browning, Abigail Halcli, and Frank Webster, London: Sage.
Abigail Halcli. 2000. ‘Social Movements.’ Pp. 463-475 in Understanding Contemporary Society: Theories of the Present, edited by Gary Browning, Abigail Halcli, and Frank Webster. London: Sage.
Abigail Halcli. 1999. ‘Aids, Anger and Activism: ACT UP As A Social Movement Organization.’ Pp. 135-150 in Waves of Protest: Social Movements Since the Sixties, edited by Jo Freeman and Victoria Johnson. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.
Craig Jenkins and Abigail Halcli. 1999. ‘Grassrooting the System?: The Development of Social Movement Philanthropy, 1953-1990.’ In Philanthropic Foundations: New Scholarship, New Possibilities, edited by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Abigail Halcli and Jo Reger. 1997. ‘Strangers in A Strange Land: The Gendered Experiences of Women Politicians in Britain and the United States.’ Pp. 457-471 in Feminist Frontiers, 4th edition, edited by Laurel Richardson, Verta Taylor, and Nancy Whittier. New York: McGraw-Hill.