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Journal articles (4)
Into the borderlands: unruly pedagogy, tactile theory and the decolonising nation Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies (2012)
Modern Australia has been defined as an immigrant nation, a settler society that is located in the South and yet is problematically, ontologically and epistemologically oriented towards the North. Australia's colonial experience and trauma – ...
Sharing knowledge, sharing experience, sharing power Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues (2009)
There is an urgent need to move the dialogue about Indigenous education beyond short-sighted ethnocentric curriculum development and policy making that continues to marginalise Indigenous teaching philosophies and practices. The United Nations support the rights ...
Indigenous pedagogies and environmental education: starting a conversation International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning (2008)
As part of the process of developing transformative pedagogies in the 21st century, the important question arises for us – as teachers, learners and researchers – of how to better align education with the diverse ...
Indigenous pedagogy as a force for change Australian Journal of Indigenous Education (2008)
IndIgenous academics over the past decade and a half have been focusing strongly, in terms of theory development, on Indigenous' epistemologies and research methodologies. What has not been given equal academic attention is the theoretical ...
Book chapters (3)
Book reviews (1)
Indigenous pedagogies for decolonisation: listening for resonance and making connections Bachelor of Arts (Honours) thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW (2008)
The dominant discourse of Indigenous education in Australia has constructed an Indigenous subject that is passive, lacking and in need of assistance. Federal, State and Territory Governments have targeted countless reports, policies and programs at ...
Conference publications (1)
Found in translation: differences, tolerance and enriching diversity Activating Human Rights and Peace: Universal Responsibility Conference 2008 Conference Proceedings (2008)
In her insightful book Ornament of the World, Maria Rosa Menocal describes medieval Andalusia where Jews, Muslims and Christians lived and thrived together as a ‘culture of translation, [that was] perforce a culture of tolerance’ ...