Islamic World Discovery Project (IWDP) is a school curriculum voyage of discovery about the people, economies, and contemporary ideas in the Arab-Islamic world created by Dr.Fiona Hill in 2005.
Investigating Saudi Arabia – A Modern Nation 1/2007 produced by IWDP and Ryebuck Media was distributed free of charge to every secondary school in Australia.
Euphrates Publishing was created by Dr. Hill as a vehicle for scholarship about life along the Euphrates River in Syria and Iraq.
Sojourn in Syria (editors Fiona Hill & Clare Williamson) Euphrates Publishing 2008 (ISBN 978-0-646-49777-8)
Fiona Hill’s research, insights and opinions appear in a great variety of publications. Articles include…
Saudization Update – Dr Fiona Hill in Al Manakh 2: Gulf Continued Special Edition of Volume (Archis, AMO, C-Lab, Pink Tank, NAi) supported by Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council May 2010
Saudi-Australian Bulletin – Dr Fiona Hill in Saudi-Australian Bulletin Page 6, Issue 18, May 2007. View article.
Saudi-Australian Bulletin – Dr Fiona Hill in Saudi-Australian Bulletin Page 3, Issue 20, Aug 2007. View article.
Australian Muslims: Challenges and Achievements (Part I) – Dr Fiona Hill in The OIC Journal Issue No. 9 October-December 2009
Islam – A Guide for Teachers Volume 1 – History & Basic Principles Dr Fiona E Hill, Almanar Consultancy 2003
TESOL and Islam (An Australian Perspective) Dr Fiona E Hill, Almanar Consultancy 2003, TESOL Islamia Newsletter 2003
Conference Report: Religion & Cultural Diversity Conference, Fiona Hill (Acting Director General, World Conference on Religion & Peace/Australia), Australian Multicultural Foundation 1998
The Gender of Tradition: Syrian Women and the Feminist Agenda – Dr Fiona Hill in Paul J. White & William S. Logan (Eds.) Remaking the Middle East Berg: Oxford & New York, 1997
How Dark Were the Dark Ages? – Fiona Hill, Andrew Batrouney, Joseph Wakim in AGORA Vol.32, No.2, 1997
Islam, Feminism & the Eternal Masculine – Fiona Hill in Middle Eastern Quarterly Vol.1 No.2, 1993
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Reverse Orientalism? – Tribe and Nation in Syria – Fiona Hill in Journal of Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (JAIMES) Vol.1, No.2 1993
Islam: A Christian Perspective in the Context of a Multicultural Society – Fiona Hill for Victorian Council of Churches, 1991(booklet)
I Love a Sunburnt Country: Australian Connections with the Arab World – Dr Fiona Hill (editor) (pending publication 2015
Syrian Odyssey – Dr Fiona Hill (pending publication 2015)