Kato, Kumi Cultural compatibility in educational contexts : Japanese native-speaker teachers in Australian classrooms. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 2010.
Kato, Kumi (2013). As Fukushima unfolds: media meltdown and public empowerment. In Libby Lester and Brett Hutchins (Ed.), Environmental conflict and the media (pp. 201-214) New York, NY, United States: Peter Lang.
Kato, K. (2007). Waiting for the tide, tuning in the world - ama no isobue: Soundscape of abalone diving women. In Bandt, R., Duffy, M. and MacKinnon, D. (Ed.), Hearing Places: Sound, Place, Time and Culture (pp. 214-233) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Kato, K. (2008) Addressing global responsibility for conservation through cross-cultural collaboration: Kodama Forest, a forest of tree spirits. The Environmentalist, 28 2: 148-154. doi:10.1007/s10669-007-9051-6
Kato, K. (2007) Ama-no Isobue: The role of soundscape in the formation of environmental ethics. Soundscape, 9 33-38.
Kato, K. (2007) Prayers for the whales: Spirituality and ethics of a former whaling community - intangible cultural heritage for sustainability. International Journal of Cultural Property, 14 3: 283-313. doi:10.1017/S0940739107070191
Kato, K. (2006) Community, connection and conservation: Intangible cultural values in natural heritage - the case of Shirakami-sanchi World Heritage area. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 12 5: 458-473. doi:10.1080/13527250600821670
Kato, K. (2004) Nature and culture in Australia: A cross-cultural examination. Forest & Forestry: Journal of Forestry Agency, 603 38-41.
Kato, K. (2002) Environments and Culture: Developing Alternative Perspectives in Environmental Discourse. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 7 1: 110-116.
Kato, K. (2001) Cultural aspects of classroom effectiveness: Overseas-educated students in Australian classrooms. Babel, 36 2: 30-36.
Kato, K. (2001) Exploring Cultures of Learning: A case of Japanese and Australian classrooms. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 22 1: 51-68. doi:10.1080/07256860120037445
Kennett, B. and Kato, K. (1997) Maintaining the momentum in Japanese language teacher education. Japanese Studies, 17 2-3: 23-36.
Kato, K (2006). Waiting for the tide, tuning in the world: Traditional knowledge, environmental ethics and community. In: H. Johnson, The 2nd Internation Small Island Cultures Conference. The 2nd International Small Island Cultures Conference, Norfolk Island, (76-84). 9-13 February 2006.
Kato, K. (Narrator) and Bandt, R. (Composer) (2007). Waiting for the tide: ama divers sea whistle. Shima: Haiku dedicated to ama women. Edited by Davis, S. (Producer) and Clough, B. (ABC Presenter). ABC National Radio "Radio Eye".
Kato, K. (2006) Case Study 14.7 Traditional use in Shirakami-sanchi World Heritage area, Japan in M. Lockwood, G. Worboys and A. Kothari (eds.) Managing Protected Areas: A global guide. London: Earthscan