Ryan, Lyndall. Australian Studies Centre, University of Barcelona; 2009. The long shadow of remembrance: remembering the debate about massacre in the Black War in Tasmania.
Ryan, Lyndall. Quintus Publishing; 2008. Historians, friendly mission and the contest for Robinson and Trukanini.
Ryan, Lyndall. Routledge; 2004. Mother and daughter feminists, 1969-1973: or why didn't Edna Ryan join Women's Liberation?.
Dwyer, Philip, Ryan, Lyndall. Palgrave Macmillan; 2016. On genocide and settler-colonial violence: Australia in comparative perspective.
Ryan, Lyndall. University of Newcastle, Faculty of Education and Arts; 2001. A turning point for the Weekly and a turning point for women?: the debate about women and University in the Australian Women's Weekly in 1961.
Ryan, Lyndall. Royal Society of Tasmania; 2008. Irynej Skira (1950-2005): a scientific life.
Ryan, Lyndall. National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) / Center for International Studies and Research (CERI); 2008. List of multiple killings of Aborigines in Tasmania: 1804-1835.
Ryan, Lyndall. Routledge; 2010. Settler massacres on the Port Phillip frontier, 1836-1851.
Ryan, Lyndall. Berghahn Books; 2012. Settler massacres on the Australian colonial frontier, 1836-1851.
Dwyer, Philip G., Ryan, Lyndall. Routledge; 2013. Introduction: massacre in the old and new worlds, c.1780-1820.
Ryan, Lyndall. University of New South Wales Press; 2002. Remembering the Australian Women's Weekly in the 1950s.
Ryan, Lyndall. Routledge; 2013. The Black Line in Van Diemen's Land: success or failure?.
Ryan, Lyndall. Australian Society for the Study of Labour History; 2008. Race, nation, history: a conference in honour of Henry Reynolds, Canberra, 29-30 August 2008.
Ryan, Lyndall. Routledge; 2008. Massacre in the Black War in Tasmania 1823-34: a case study of the Meander River Region, June 1827.
Ryan, Lyndall, Debenham, Jennifer, Brown, Mark, Pascoe, William. Centre For 21st Century Humanities; 2017. Colonial frontier massacres in Eastern Australia 1788-1872.
Ryan, Lyndall. Research Centre for Women's Studies, University of Adelaide; 2005. Betty Vivian Pybus (1923-2004): obituary.
Ryan, Lyndall. OL Society; 2008. Forged by war (book review).
Ryan, Lyndall. Curtin University of Technology, Australia Research Institute / API Network; 2006. Shopping malls country: reading the Central Coast of NSW.
Ryan, Lyndall. University of Tasmania, School of History and Classics; 2004. Risdon Cove and the massacre of 3 May 1804: their place in Tasmanian history.
Ryan, Lyndall. Australian Archaeological Association Inc.; 2009. 'The axe had never sounded': place, people and heritage of Recherche Bay, Tasmania (book review).