• Tomlinson, Maria (2021) From Menstruation to the Menopause: The Female Fertility Cycle in Contemporary Women's Writing in French, Liverpool University Press.

  • Tomlinson, Maria (2021) ‘Moody and Monstrous Menstruators: The Semiotics of the Menstrual Meme on Social Media’, Social Semiotics, 31:5

  • Galis, Polly, Tomlinson, Maria, and Wimbush, Antonia (eds) (2021) Queer(y)ing Bodily Norms in Francophone Culture, Peter Lang.

  • Galis, Polly, Tomlinson, Maria, and Wimbush, Antonia (eds) (Summer 2020) ‘Challenging Normative Spaces and Gazes: The Body in 20th and 21st Century Francophone Culture’, L'Esprit Créateur.

  • Heywood, Emma and Tomlinson, Maria (2019) ‘The Contribution of Citizen Views to understanding women’s empowerment as a process of change: The case of Niger’, Journal of Feminist Media Studies.

  • Tomlinson, Maria (2019) ‘Subverting Patriarchal norms (?): The Pleasures of Menopausal Women in Michèle Sarde’s Constance et la cinquantaine’ in Allison, Maggie, Evans, Elliot and Tarr, Carrie (eds), Plaisirs de femmes: Women’s Pleasures and Their Discontents in French Literature and Culture, Oxford: Peter Lang, 139-152

  • Tomlinson, Maria (2018) ‘“On dirait que c’est honteux de devenir une femme”: Narratives of a Girl’s First Menses in Maïssa Bey’s Bleu blanc vert and Leïla Marouane’s La Jeune Fille et la mère’ in L’Esprit Créateur, Vol. 58, No. 2, 112-125.

  • Tomlinson, Maria (2015) ‘"​...It must stop, it must stop”: ​The Silent Child of Sexual Abuse in Shenaz Patel's Sensitive'​, in The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language, Vol. 7, 38-45.