Faculty of Arts
Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration
Projects and resources
- Sarah Maddison, Julia Hurst and Dale Wandin (Wurundjeri) (2021). 'The Mess of Colonialism, the Complexity of Treaty'. In: Alison Whittaker, Harry Hobbs, Lindon Coombes (eds.) Treaty-making: 250 Years Later, The Federation Press.
- Amy Thomas, Andrew Jakubowicz and Heidi Norman (2021). 'Making Black stories matter: Understanding media narratives on treaty and Aboriginal aspirations'. In: Alison Whittaker, Harry Hobbs, Lindon Coombes (eds.) Treaty-making: 250 Years Later, The Federation Press.
- Prehn, J., Krakouer, J. and Fernando, T. (2021). 'The Intersectionality of Indigeneity and Gender in Australian Social Work. In: Bennett, Bindi. (ed.,). Aboriginal Fields of Practice, Red Globe Press: London, U, 3-25
- Lowe, K., Moodie, N and Weuffen, S. (2021) Refusing Reconciliation in Indigenous Curriculum. In: Bill Green, Philip Roberts, Marie Brennan (eds.) Curriculum Challenges and Opportunities in a Changing World: Transnational Perspectives in Curriculum Inquiry. 71-86.
- Balint, J., Evans, J., McMillan,M and McMillan, N (2021). Keeping Hold of Justice. Encounters between Law and Colonialism, University of Michigan Press.
- Hogarth, M. & Bunda, T. (2021). How to make a school less white. In: Brooks, J (Ed.). Heffernan, A (Ed.). The School Leadership Survival Guide: What to do when things go wrong, how to learn from mistakes, and why you should prepare for the worst, (1), pp.347-362. Information Age Publishing.
- Barnwell, A. (2021). Writing Family, Writing Nation in 1988: Inside the National Library of Australia’s Self-Published Family History Collection. In Allbrook, M. & Scott Brown, S. (eds.) Family History and Historians in Australia and New Zealand: Related Histories, Routledge.
- Maddison, S. (2020). Separatism as a mode of relations: Practicing Indigenous resurgence and nationhood in the 21st century. In: Maddison, S. and Nakata, S. (eds.). Questioning Indigenous-Settler Relations: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Springer, pp. 147-158
- Maddison, S and Nakata, S. (2020). Introduction: Questioning Indigenous-Settler Relations: Reconciliation, recognition, responsibility. In: Maddison, S. and Nakata, S. (eds.). Questioning Indigenous-Settler Relations: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Springer, pp. 1-13.
- Nakata, S. (2020) Who is the self in Indigenous self-determination? In: edited by Rademaker, L., Rowse, T. (eds) Indigenous Self-Determination in Australia: Histories and Historiography, ANU Press, pages 335-353.
- Rudolph, S & Hogarth, M. (2020) Contested Citizenship Education in Settler Colonies on First Nations Land. In: Peterson A., Stahl G., Soong H. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Citizenship and Education. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
- Hogarth, M. (2020). Research-informed teacher learning as professional practice. In: Beckett, L. (Eds.) Research-Informed Teacher Learning (1 ed., pp. 1-11) Routledge.
- Hogarth, M. (2020). A personal response to the idea of research-informed teacher learning: A vignette. In: Beckett, L. (Eds.) Research-informed teacher learning: Critical perspectives on theory, research and practice (1 ed., pp. xix-xix) Routledge.
- Brown, L. (2020). From problems to possibilities: Regenerative concepts of Indigenous childhood & youth in cultural production. In: MacNeill, K. & Bolt, B. (Eds.) The meeting of aesthetics and ethics in the academy: challenges for creative practice researchers in higher education (1 ed., pp. 38-52) Routledge.
- Balint, J., Haslem, N. and Haydon, K. The Work of Peace: World War One, Justice and Translation Through Art, Erpelding, M., Hess, B. and Fabri, H.R. (eds.,) Peace Through Law: The Versailles Peace Treaty and Dispute Settlement After World War I. Nomos, pp. 337-354.
- Barnwell, A and Douglas, K. (2019). What we do when we do life writing: methodologies for auto/biography now, Douglas, Kate and Barnwell, Ashley (eds.,). Research Methodologies for Auto/biography Studies. Routledge.
- Edmonds, P. and Laidlaw, Z. (2019). “The British Government Is Now Awaking”: How Humanitarian Quakers Repackaged and Circulated the 1837 Select Committee Report on Aborigines,” Furphy, Samuel and Nettelbeck, Amanda (eds.,). Aboriginal Protection and Its Intermediaries in Britain’s Antipodean Colonies. Routledge.
- Farquharson, K., Spaaij, R., Gorman, S., Jeanes, R., Lusher, D. and Magee, J. (2019). Managing Racism on the Field in Junior Sport, Essed, P., Farquharson, K., Pillay, K. and White, E.J. (eds.,) Relating Worlds of Racism: Dehumanisation, Belonging, and the Normativity of European Whiteness. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Gover, K. (2020). Public Law, Legitimacy and Indigenous Aspirations. In Varuhas, J., & Stark, S. The Frontiers of Public Law. Hart
- Edmonds, P. & Laidlaw, Z. (2019). "The British Government Is Now Awaking": How Humanitarian Quakers Repackaged and Circulated the 1837 Select Committee Report on Aborigines. In Furphy, S. & Nettelback, A. (Eds.) Aboriginal Protection and Its Intermediaries in Britain’s Antipodean Colonies (1 ed., pp. 38-57) Routledge.
- Brown, L. (2019). The Wirlomin Books: Rooted in Language and Place. In MORRISSEY, P. & Campbell, M. (Eds.) Kim Scott: Readers, Language, Interpretation (1 ed., pp. 45-60) University of Western Australia Press.
- Brown, L. (2019). Re-imagining conceptions of Indigenous youth: Working toward an ethical scholarly engagement with textual and artistic representation. The Meeting of Aesthetics and Ethics in the Academy: Challenges for Creative Practice Researchers in Higher Education (pp. 38-52).
- Grieves, G. (2019). Just tick the box: A Koorie1 woman’s experience of negotiating the university’s ethics process. The Meeting of Aesthetics and Ethics in the Academy: Challenges for Creative Practice Researchers in Higher Education (pp. 101-109).
- Farquharson, K. “Creating Belonging: The possibilities and limitations of an organisational newsmedia intervention,” in Nolan, David; Farquharson, Karen and Marjoribanks, Timothy (eds.,). Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging. Anthem Press.
- Farquharson, K and Nolan, D. (2018). In a Context of Crime: Sudanese and South Sudanese Australians in the Media, Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Marjoribanks, T. (eds.,) Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging. Anthem Press.
- Healy, C. (2018). Reading the Country after Travelling Television,” in Morrissey, P. and Healy, C (eds.,). Reading the Country: 30 Years On. UTS ePress.
- Moodie, N. Decolonizing race theory: place, survivance and sovereignty, Vass, G., Maxwell, J., Rudolph, S. and Gulson, K.N. (eds.,). The Relationality of Race in Education Research. Routledge, pp 33-46
- Muller, D., Farquharson, K. and Nolan, D. (2018). Journalism practice, the police and Sudanese-Australians, Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Marjoribanks, T. (eds.,) Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging. Anthem Press.
- Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Marjoribanks, T. (2018). Australian media and the Politics of Belonging, Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Marjoribanks, T. (eds.,) Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging. Anthem Press.
- Farquharson, K., Nolan, D. and Marjoribanks, T. (2017). ‘Race’ and the lived experiences of Australians of Sudanese background, Boese, M. and Marotta, V. (eds.,). Critical Reflections on Migration, ‘Race’ and Multiculturalism: Australia in a Global Context. Routledge.
- Gover, K. (2017). The Treaty and Human Rights in New Zealand Law: Will the Common Law Presumptions Help or Hinder? Meagher, Dan and Groves, Matthew (eds.,). The Principle of Legality in Australia and New Zealand. Federation Press.
- Maddison, S. and Mills, J.(2017). Settler colonialism and genocide in Australia, Friedman, J. and Hewitt, W. (eds.,). The history of genocide in cinema: Atrocities on screen. I.B. Tauris.
- Gover, K. (2016). Gender and Racial Discrimination in the Formation of Groups: Tribal and Liberal Approaches to Membership in Settler Societies, Rubenstein, Kim and Young, Katharine G. (eds.,). The Public Law of Gender: From the Local to the Global. Cambridge University Press.
- Gover, K. (2016). Indigenous Membership and Human Rights: When Self-identification meets Self-constitution. Lennox, Corinne and Short, Damien (eds.,). Handbook of Indigenous Peoples' Rights. Routledge.
- Gover, K. (2016). Liberal and Tribal Membership Boundaries: Descent, Consent, and Section 35. Macklemm Patrick and Sanderson, Douglas (eds.,). From Recognition to Reconciliation: Essays on the Constitutional Entrenchment of Aboriginal & Treaty Rights. University of Toronto Press.
- Gover, K. (2016). REDD+, Tenure and Indigenous Property: The Promise and Peril of a 'Human Rights-based Approach. Voigt, Christina (ed.,). Research Handbook on REDD+ and International Law. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 249-288.
- Little, A. (2016). What is at Stake in Constitutional Recognition? Maddison, S., Clark, T. and da Costa, R. (eds.,). The Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation. Springer, 271-289.
- Maddison, S. (2016). Settler Australia in the twentieth century. Cavanagh, E. and Veracini, L. (eds.,). The Routledge handbook of the history of settler colonialism. Routledge, 425-438.
- Maddison, S. (2016). Indigenous peoples and colonial borders: Sovereignty, nationhood, identity and activism. Naples, N.A. and Bickham-Mendez, J. (eds.,). Border politics: Social movements, collective identities, and globalization. New York University Press, 153-176.
- Moodie, N. and Patrick, R.(2116). Indigenous Education Policy Discourses in Australia: Rethinking the “Problem. Barkatsos, T. and Bertram, A. (eds.,). Global Learning in the 21st Century. Sense Publishers, 165-184.