Faculty of Arts
Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration
Projects and resources
- Krakouer, J., Wu Tan, W. and Parolini, A. (2021), Who is analysing what? The opportunities, risks and implications of using predictive risk modelling with Indigenous Australians in child protection: A scoping review. Aust J Soc Issues.
- Barnwell, A. (2021). Keeping the Nation’s Secrets: “Colonial Storytelling” within Australian Families. Journal of Family History, 46(1), 46–61.
- Hogarth, M. (2021) The musings of an Aboriginal researcher: disrupting the thesis template. The Australian Educational Researcher.
- Carangio, V., Farquharson, K., Bertone, S. & Rajendran, D. (2021). Racism and White privilege: highly skilled immigrant women workers in Australia. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 44(1), pp. 77-96.
- Jeanes, R., Spaaij, R., Farquharson, K., McGrath, G., Magee, J., Lusher, D. & Gorman, S. (2020). Gender Relations, Gender Equity, and Community Sports Spaces. Journal of Sport and Social Issues.
- Gover, K. (2021). The potential impact of indigenous rights on the international law of nationality. AJIL Unbound, pp. 135-139.
- Moodie, N., Vass, G. & Lowe, K. (2021). The Aboriginal voices project: findings and reflections. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 49(1), pp. 5-19.
- Moodie, N., Vass, G. & Lowe, K. (2021). Special issue editorial: systematic reviews in Indigenous education. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 49(1), pp. 1-4.
- Nakata, S. and Maddison, S. (2020). Working through the problems: Negotiating friendship, producing results. Griffith Review, issue 67, 125.
- López López, L. and Nikey. (2020). ‘Black girl magic, y’all can’t stand it, y’all can’t ban it’: Black girl curated curricula unsettling the conventional reason of school. Race Ethnicity and Education, Vol. 23
- López López, L. (2020). When difference comes with schools: In these antibrown times. Curriculum Inquiry.
- Rudolph, S. (2020). Demanding dialogue in an unsettled settler state: implications for education and justice. History of Education Review.
- Rudolph. S. (2020). Ngaga-dji, a call to action: education justice and youth imprisonment. The Australian Educational Researcher.
- López López, L.(L)., McCaw, C.T., Di Biase, R., McKernan, A., Rudolph, S., Galatis, A., Dulfer, N., Gerrard, J., McKinley, E., McLeod, J. and Rizvi, F. (2020). The quarantine archives: educators in “social isolation”. History of Education Review, Vol. 49 No. 2, 195-213.
- Dunstan, L., Hewitt, B. and Nakata, S. (2020). Indigenous family life in Australia: A history of difference and deficit. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 55.
- Strakosch, E & Macoun, A. (2020). The violence of analogy: abstraction, neoliberalism and settler colonial possession, Postcolonial Studies, 23:4, 505-526.
- Porter, L., Hurst, J., and Tina Grandinetti (2020) The politics of greening unceded lands in the settler city, Australian Geographer, 51:2, 221-238.
- Little, A. (2020). The Politics of Makarrata: Understanding Indigenous–Settler Relations in Australia. Political Theory, 48(1), 30–56.
- Hogarth, M. (2020). A dream of a culturally responsive classroom. Human Rights Defender, 29 (1), pp.34-35
- Gover, K. (2020). The burden of shame. Meanjin, 79(1), 196–202.
- Barnwell, A and King, L. (2020). Family History Collaborators in Conversation, International Public History, 2(2).
- Brown, L, Kelada, O and Jones, D (2021) ‘While I knew I was raced, I didn’t think much of it’: the need for racial literacy in decolonising classrooms, Postcolonial Studies, 24:1, 82-103.
- Gover, K., & Centre for International Governance Innovation. (2020). Treaties and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: The Significance of Article 37. Centre for International Governance Innovation
- Maddison, S. (2020). David B. MacDonald. The Sleeping Giant Awakens: Genocide, Indian Residential Schools, and the Challenge of Conciliation. UTP Insights. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Journal of British Studies, 59(2), 451-452.
- Moodie, N., Ward, J., Dudgeon, P., Adams, K., Altman, J., Casey, D., Cripps, K., Davis, M., Derry, K., Eades, S., Faulkner, S., Hunt, J., Klein, E., McDonnell, S., Ring, I., Sutherland, S., & Yap, M. Roadmap to recovery: Reporting on a research taskforce supporting Indigenous responses to COVID-19 in Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues.
- Bennett, L and Moreton, R. (2020). Looking for murnong. . Artlink, Vol. 40, No. 2, 96-100
- Hogarth, M. & Rudolph, S. (2020). Taking history, racism and community seriously in education. Overland
- Lopez, L. L. (2021). Fractal education inquiry. Discourse Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 42(2), pp. 251-266.
- Foster, M. & Gover, K. (2020). Determining Membership: Aboriginality and Alienage in the Australian High Court. Public Law Review.
- Laidlaw, Z. (2020). Empire of Hell: Religion and the Campaign to End Convict Transportation in the British Empire, 1788-1875. Journal of British Studies, 59(1), pp. 219-220.
- Nakata, S. and Maddison, S. (2019). New collaborations in old institutional spaces: setting a new research agenda to transform Indigenous-settler relations, Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 54, Issue 3, 407-422.
- Bray, D. and Nakata, S. (2019). “The figure of the child in democratic politics,” in Contemporary Political Theory, 19 (1), 20-37.
- Maddison, S. (2019). “Limits of the administration of memory in settler colonial societies: the Australian case,” in International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society Vol. 32, Issue 2, 181-194.
- Vass, G., Lowe, K., Burgess, C., Harrison, N. and Moodie, N. (2019). The possibilities and practicalities of professional learning in support of Indigenous student experiences in schooling: A systematic review, The Australian Educational Researcher, Vol. 46, Issue 2, 341-361.
- López López, L., de Wildt, L. and Moodie, N. (2019).I don’t think you're going to have any aborigines in your world: Minecrafting terra nullius, in British Journal of Sociology of Education,
- Schulz, S., Vass, G., Moodie, N., & Kennedy, T. (2019). Critical race and whiteness studies: what has been, what might be. Critical race and whiteness studies, 1(1), 1-7.
- Hogarth, M. (2019). Y is standard oostralin English da onlii meens of kommunikashun : Kountaring White man privileg in da kurrikulum. English in Australia, 54(1), 5–11.
- Hogarth, M. (2019). Racism, Cultural Taxation and the Role of an Indigenous Teacher in Rural Schools. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 29(1), 45-57.
- Moodie, N., Maxwell, J. and Rudolph, S. (2019) The impact of racism on the schooling experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: A systematic review. The Australian Educational Researcher, Vol. 46, Issue 2, 273-295.
- Maddison, S and Wandin, D. (2019). So much at stake: Forging a treaty with authority and respect Australian Book Review.
- López López, L. (2019). Refusing making. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 16(2), pp. 161-174.
- López López, L. (2019). Woking curriculum: Youth, popular cultures, and moving images matter! Race and Pedagogy Journal, 4 pp. 1-28.
- Perenyi, A., Bedggood, R. E., Meyer, D., Bedggood, P., Farquharson, K., Johansson, C. & Milgate, G. (2019). Exploring the Effectiveness of an Energy Efficiency Behaviour Change Project on Well-Being Outcomes for Indigenous Households in Australia. Sustainability, 11(8), pp. 1-18.
- Spaaij, R., Lusher, D., Jeanes, R., Farquharson, K., Gorman, S. & Magee, J. (2019). Participation-performance tension and gender affect recreational sports clubs’ engagement with children and young people with diverse backgrounds and abilities. PLoS One, 14(4), pp. e0214537-e0214537.
- Krakouer, J. (2020). More questions than answers: a focus on reunification for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in out-of-home care, in The Family Matters Report 2020. pp. 42-51.
- Krakouer, J. & Milroy, A. (2019). Decolonising institutions through Indigenous fellowship.
- Laidlaw, Z. (2019). Taking Liberty: Indigenous Rights and Settler Self-Government in Colonial Australia, 1830-1890. Australian Historical Studies, 50(3), pp. 381-382.
- Bennett, T., Frow, J., Healy, C. & Probyn, E. (2019). Twentieth Anniversary Colloquium: The Cultural and Communications Studies Section of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Cultural Studies Review, 25(2), pp. 52-54.
- Schlunke, K. & Healy, C. (2019). Introduction: Cultural Studies Review Vol 25 Issue 2. Cultural Studies Review, 25(2), pp. 196-196
- Brown, L. (2019). Indigenous young people, disadvantage and the violence of settler colonial education policy and curriculum. Journal of Sociology, 55(1), pp. 54-71.
- Rudolph, S. (2018) To ‘uplift the Aborigine’ or to ‘uphold’ Aboriginal dignity and pride? Indigenous educational debates in 1960s Australia. Paedagogica Historica, Vol. 55, Issue 1, 152-165.
- Barnwell, A. (2018). Hidden heirlooms: Keeping family secrets across generations. Journal of Sociology, 54(3), 446–460.
- Ellinghaus, K. (2018). The Moment of Release The Ideology of Protection and the Twentieth-Century Assimilation Policies of Exemption and Competency in New South Wales and Oklahoma. Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 87, Issue 1, 128-149.
- Twomey, C. L., & Ellinghaus, K. (2018). Protection: Global genealogies, local practices. Pacific Historical Review, 87(1), 2-9.
- Ellinghaus, K. (2018). 'You are not really free, you are just turned loose’: settler colonialism, survivance and competency at the Osage Agency. Settler Colonial Studies Vol. 8, Issue 1, 16-29.
- Klein, E. (2018). Economic Rights and a Basic Income. Griffith Journal on Law and Human Dignity, Vol.6, Issue 1.
- Klein, E. (2018). The Cashless Debit Card and Australian Settler Colonialism. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2018.
- Nakata, S. (2018). The infantilization of Indigenous Australians: a problem for democracy. Griffith Review: first things first, Vol. 60, 104-116.
- Balint, J., Lasslett, K. and Macdonald, K. (2017). "Post-Conflict"Reconstruction, the Crimes of the Powerful and Transitional Justice . State Crime Journal Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring 2017, 4-12.
- Barnwell, A. (2019). Convict shame to convict chic: Intergenerational memory and family histories. Memory Studies, 12(4), 398–411.
- Barnwell, A. and Cummins,J. (2017). Family Historiography in The White Earth. Journal of Australian Studies, Vol. 41, Issue 2, 156-170.
- Barnwell, A. (2017). Locating an Intergenerational Self in Postcolonial Family Histories. Life Writing Vol. 14, Issue 4: Locating Lives: Papers from the Inaugural Regional IABA Conference, IABA, 485-493
- Clark, T., de Costa, R. and Maddison, S. (2017) Non-Indigenous Australians and the ‘responsibility to engage’? Journal of Intercultural Studies, Vol. 38, No. 4, 381-396.
- Ellinghaus, K. (2017). George Newkirk Jr.’s Cafe, Competency, and Settler Colonialism. Journal of the West, Vol. 56, No. 4, Fall 2017, pp. 25-35.
- Klein, E. (2017). The World Bank on Mind, Behaviour and Society. Development and Change, Vol. 48, Issue 3, 481-501.
- Klein, E. and Altman, J. (2017). Lessons from a basic income program for Indigenous Australians. Oxford Development Studies Vol. 49, Issue 1, 1-22.
- Klein, E. and Ballon, P. (2017). Rethinking Measures of Psychological Agency: A study on the urban fringe of Bamako. Journal of Development Studies (Special Issue), 1-24.
- Klein, E. and Mills, C. (2017). Psy-Expertise, therapeutic culture and the new politics of the personal in development. Third World Quarterly, Vol. 38, Issue 9, 1990-2008.
- Little, A. (2017). Fear, hope and disappointment: The politics of reconciliation and the dynamics of conflict transformation. International Political Science Review, Vol. 38, No. 2, 200-212.
- Little, A. and McMillan, M. (2017). Invisibility and the Politics of Reconciliation in Australia: Keeping Conflict in View. Ethnopolitics, Vol. 16, No. 5, 519-537.
- Little, A. and Maddison, S. (2017). Reconciliation, Transformation, Struggle: An Introduction. International Political Science Review, Vol. 38, No.2, 145-154
- Little, A. and Rogers, J. (2017). The Politics of “Whataboutery”: The Problem of Trauma Trumping the Political in Conflictual Societies. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol.19, No. 1, 172-187.
- Maddison, S. (2017). Can we reconcile? Understanding the multi-level challenges of conflict transformation. International Political Science Review, Vol. 38, No. 2, 155-168.
- Moodie, N. and Patrick, R. (2017). Settler grammars and the Australian professional standards for teachers. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 45, Issue 5, 2017, pp. 439-454.
- Nakata, S. (2017). The Re-Making of Nation and Indigenous Australian Children. Australian Journal of Public Administration Vol. 76, Issue 4, 397-400.
- Latimore, J., Nolan, D., Simons, M., Khan, E. (2017) Reassembling the Indigenous Public Sphere. Australasian Journal of Information Systems Issue 4, No. 3, 1-15.
- Balint, J., Evans, J., McMillan, N. (2016). Justice Claims in Colonial Contexts: Commissions of Inquiry in Historical Perspecive. Australian Feminist Law Journal, Vol. 42, Issue 1, 75-96.
- Balint, J. (2016). The “Mau Mau" Legal Hearings and Recognizing the Crimes of the British Colonial State: A Limited Constitutive Moment. Critical Analysis of Law 3 (2), 261-285.
- Gover, K. (2016). The Honour of the Crowns: State-Indigenous Fiduciary Relationships and Australian Exceptionalism. Sydney Law Review, Vol. 38, Issue 3, 339-368.
- Klein, E. (2016). Neoliberal subjectivities and the behavioural focus in income management. Australian Journal of Social Issues Vol. 51, Issue 4, 503-523.
- Klein, E. (2016). Women’s agency and the psychological domain: Evidence from the urban fringe of Bamako. Feminist Economics Vol. 22, Issue 1, 106-129.
- Klein, E. (2016). Have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services Failed? A response to Weatherburn. Australian Review of Public Affairs, Vol. 14, Issue 1, 1-24.
- Klein, E. (2016). The curious case of the use of the capability approach in Australian Indigenous policy. Journal of Capabilities and Human Development, Vol. 17, Issue 2, 245-259.
- Maddison, S. (2016). Recognise what? The limitations of settler colonial constitutional reform. Australian Journal of Political Science Vol. 52, No. 1, 3-18.