Smith, K. M. (2020) Talking Therapy: Knowledge and Power in American Psychiatric Nursing After WWII. Rutgers University Press. New Brunswick, NJ.
Smith, K. M. (Advance Contract) Jim Crow in the Asylum: Psychiatry and Civil Rights in the American South. University of North Carolina Press. Chapel Hill, NC.
Lewenson, S., Macallister A. and Smith K.M. (Editors) Nursing History for Contemporary Role Development, Springer Publishing, New York, 2016.
Howson, R. & Smith, K. M. (Eds). Hegemony: Studies in Consensus and Coercion, Routledge: New York, 2008.
Journal Articles (Selected)
Smith, K. M. (In Press) “The Crippling Preoccupation with Race”: Psychiatry and Civil Rights in Alabama 1953-1969, Journal of Southern History. (Accepted September 2020)
Smith K.M. and Foth, T. (2021) “Tomorrow is cancelled: Rethinking nursing resistance as insurrection.” Aporia: The Nursing Journal. Volume 12, No 1. Pp 15-25.
Foth, T., Lange, J, and Smith, K.M. (2018). Nursing History as Philosophy: Notes towards a Critical History of Nursing, Nursing Philosophy. 19 (3):e12210
Smith, K. M. (2018) Different places, different ideas: Reimagining practice in American psychiatric nursing after WWII. Nursing History Review, Volume 26, 17-47 http://dx.doi.org/10.1891/1062-8061.26.17
Smith, K. M., Halcomb, E. J., Moxham, L. (2015) ‘Stress wasn’t a word’: Australian nurses’ recollections of war related trauma. Health Emergency and Disaster Nursing, 2, 1, pp12-22
Smith, K. M. (2010) Gramsci at the margins: subjectivity and subalternity. The International Gramsci Journal 2010, 2, 39-50.
Smith, K. M. (2007) Subjectivity, hegemony, and the subaltern in Sydney, 1870-1900. Rethinking Marxism, 19, (2), 169-179.