CORE Cultural Learning: further reading

Links to Trove for books and articles listed in the 'Continuing your journey' section of each module of AIATSIS CORE Cultural Learning:

Module 1: Thinking About Cultures and Identities

Beyond Blue 2014, Discrimination against Indigenous Australians: a snapshot of the views of non-Indigenous people aged 25–44, Beyond Blue, Melbourne

Carlson, B 2016, The politics of identity: who counts as Aboriginal today?, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra

Gorringe, S, Ross, J & Fforde, C 2011, Will the real Aborigine please stand up? Strategies for breaking the stereotypes and changing the conversation, AIATSIS Research Discussion Paper no. 28, AIATSIS, Canberra

Grant, S 2015, The politics of identity: we are trapped in the imaginations of white Australians, The Guardian, 14 December

Grieves, V 2014, Culture, not colour, is the heart of Aboriginal Identity, The Conversation, 18 September

Horton, D (ed.) 1994, The encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, society and culture, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra

Pascoe, B 2012, The little red yellow black book: an introduction to Indigenous Australia, 3rd edn, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra

Reconciliation Australia 2019, 2018 Australian reconciliation barometer, Reconciliation Australia, Canberra

Turner, MK, McDonald, B & Dobson, V 2010, Iwenhe Tyerrtye: what it means to be an Aboriginal person, IAD Press, Alice Springs, NT

Module 2: My Country, Our Country

Bauman, T 2006, Aboriginal Darwin: a guide to exploring important sites of the past and present, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Beckett, J 1990, Torres Strait Islanders: custom and colonialism, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Bird Rose, D 2000, Dingo makes us human, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

Cowlishaw, G 2009, The city’s outback, UNSW Press, Sydney.

Davis, J 1988, John Pat and other poems, Dent, Melbourne.

Dobson, VP & Henderson, J 2013, Anpernirrentye: kin and skin: talking about family in Arrernte, IAD Press, Alice Springs, NT.

Eidelson, M 2014, Melbourne Dreaming: a guide to important places of the past and present, 2nd edn, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Fredericks, BL 2013, We don’t leave our identities at the city limits: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in urban localities, Australian Aboriginal Studies, vol. 1, pp. 4–16.

Gammage, B 2011, The biggest estate on earth: how Aborigines made Australia, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Hinkson, M & Harris, A 2010, Aboriginal Sydney: a guide to important places of the past and present, 2nd edn, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Jebb, MA & McGrath, A (eds) 2015, Long history, deep time: deepening histories of place, Australian National University Press, Canberra.

Jia, C 2015, What if Aboriginal people helped all Australians connect to Country, The Guardian, 2 November.

Mackinolty, C 2014, Triumph of the deluded? Pivoting north? Who actually lives there?, Arena Magazine, issue 133, December 2014–January 2015, pp. 7–9.

Mahood, K 2010, Songlines and faultlines, Griffith Review, edition 28, 14 December.

Morgan, S 1988, My place, Fremantle Press, Fremantle, WA.

Mowaljarlai, D & Malnic, J 2001, Yorro Yorro Aboriginal Creation and the renewal of nature — rock paintings and stories from the Australian Kimberley, 2nd edn, Magabala Books, Broome, WA.

Myers, FR 1991, Pintupi Country, Pintupi self: sentiment, place and politics among Western Desert Aborigines, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Narogin, M 1994, Aboriginal mythology: an A–Z spanning the history of Aboriginal mythology from the earliest legends to the present day, HarperCollins, London.

Pascoe, B 2014, Dark emu, Magabala Books, Broome, WA.

Read, P 1996, Returning to nothing: the meaning of lost places, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Read, P 2000, Belonging: Australians, place and Aboriginal ownership, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Scott, K 2009, True Country, Fremantle Press, Fremantle, WA.

Sharp, N 1993, Stars of Tagai: the Torres Strait Islanders, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Smith, M 2013, The archaeology of Australia’s deserts, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Turner, MK & Macdonald, B 2010, Iwenhe Tyerrtye: what it means to be an Aboriginal person, IAD Press, Alice Springs, NT.

Walker, K (Oodgeroo Noonuccal) 1964, We are going, Jacaranda Press, Brisbane.

Watson, D 2014, The bush: travels in the heart of Australia, Penguin Group, Melbourne.

Weir, J 2009, Murray River Country: an ecological dialogue with traditional owners, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Weir, J, Stacey, C & Youngentob. K 2011, The benefits of caring for Country: a review of the literature, report prepared for the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, Canberra.

Winton, T 2015, Island home: A landscape memoir, Penguin Australia, Melbourne.

Wright, A 2006, Carpentaria, Giramondo Publishing, Artarmon, NSW.

Module 3: History Lives in Us

Attwood, B & Markus, A 2004, Thinking black: William Cooper and the Australian Aborigines’ League, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Australian Human Rights Commission 1997, Bringing them home: report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families, Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney.

Briggs, K 2014, Aboriginal mothers like me still fear that our children could be taken away, The Guardian, 21 January.

Broome, R 2015, Fighting hard: the Victorian Aborigines Advancement League, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Central Land Council & Bowman, M (ed) 2015, Every hill got a story, Hardie Grant Publishing, Melbourne.

Clements, N 2014, Tasmania’s black war: a tragic case of lest we remember?, The Conversation, April 24.

Conor, L 2016, Skin deep: settler impressions of Aboriginal women, UWA Publishing, Perth.

Edmonds, P 2014, A breastplate reveals the story of an Australian frontier massacre, The Conversation, 28 October.

Goodall, H 2008, Invasion to embassy: land in Aboriginal politics in New South Wales, 1770–1972, Sydney University Press, Sydney.

Green, J 2015, WA's stolen wages shame, Radio National, 6 September.

Jebb, M 2003, Blood, sweat and welfare: a history of white bosses and Aboriginal pastoral workers, UWA Publishing, Perth.

Kruger, A & Waterford, G 2007, Alone on the soaks: the life and times of Alec Kruger, IAD Press, Alice Springs, NT.

Macinnis, P 2013, The big book of Indigenous history, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

McKenna, M1997, Different perspectives on black armband history, Research paper no 5, 1997–98, Parliamentary Library, Canberra.

Reynolds, H 2006, The other side of the frontier: Aboriginal resistance to the European invasion of Australia, UNSW Press, Sydney.

Rowse, T 2002, White flour, white power: from rations to citizenship in Central Australia, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

Rubuntja, W & Green, J2002, The town grew up dancing: the life and art of Wenten Rubuntja, Jukurrpa Books, Perth.

Ryan, L 2012, The Tasmanian Aborigines: a history since 1803, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Stephens, A 2014, Reconciliation means recognising the Frontier Wars, The Drum, 7 July.

 

Module 4: Too Much or Not Enough Change: Commonwealth Indigenous Affairs

Australian Government 2012, Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory: a ten year commitment to Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory, Australian Government, Canberra.

Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation 2000, Roadmap for reconciliation, Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, Canberra.

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet 2019, Closing the Gap Prime Minister’s report 2019, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Canberra.

Dwyer, J, O’Donnell, K, Lavoie, J, Marlina, U & Sullivan, P 2009, The overburden report: contracting for Indigenous health services, Flinders University and Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Darwin.

Gaden-Gardiner, J 2011, Overview of Indigenous Affairs, parts 1 and 2, Parliamentary Library, Canberra.

Goot, M & Rowse, T 1994, Make a better offer: the politics of Mabo, Pluto Press, Leichhardt, NSW.

Gray, B 2006, Council of Australian Governments (COAG) trial evaluation: Wadeye, Northern Territory, WJG & Associates Pty Ltd.

Lee, T 2008, Bureaucrats and bleeding hearts: Indigenous health in Northern Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney.

Moran, M 2016, Serious whitefella stuff: when solutions became the problem in Indigenous Affairs, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.

Northern Territory Board of Inquiry 2007, Little children are sacred: report of the Northern Territory Board of Inquiry into the Protection of Aboriginal Children from Sexual Abuse 2007, Northern Territory Board of Inquiry, Darwin.

Rowse, T 2002, Indigenous futures: choice and development for Aboriginal and Islander Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney.

Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody 2016, Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, National Archives of Australia, Canberra.

Sanders, WG 2006, Indigenous Affairs after the Howard decade: an administrative revolution while defying decolonisation, paper presented to the Howard Decade Conference, 3–4 March, Canberra.

Module 5: Communities in Control: Recognising the Role of Community Organisations

Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership 2007, From hand out to hand up: Cape York Welfare Reform Project: Aurukun, Coen, Hope Vale, Mossman Gorge: design recommendations, Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership, Cairns, Queensland.

Indigenous Dispute Resolution & Conflict Management Case Study Project 2009, Solid work you mob are doing: case studies in Indigenous dispute resolution and conflict management in Australia, report prepared for the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council, Canberra.

Norman, H 2015, ‘What do we want?’ A political history of Aboriginal land rights in New South Wales, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Skyring, F 2011, Justice: a history of the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA, UWA Publishing, Perth.

Wunan Foundation Inc. 2015, Empowered communities: empowered peoples: design report, Wunan Foundation Inc., Sydney.

Module 6: Recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Rights to Country

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Social justice and native title report 2013-, Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney.

Australian Heritage Commission 2002, Ask first: a guide to respecting Indigenous heritage places and values, National Capital Printing, Canberra.

Bauman, T & Glick, L 2012, The limits of change: Mabo and native title 20 years on, AIATSIS Research Publications, Canberra.

Bauman, T, Strelein, L & Weir, J (eds) 2013, Living with native title: the experiences of Registered Native Title Corporations, AIATSIS Research Publications, Canberra.

Langton, M, Mazel, O, Palmer, L, Shain, K & Tehan, M (eds) 2006, Settling with Indigenous peoples: modern treaty and agreement making, Federation Press, Sydney.

Merlan, F 1998, Caging the rainbow: places, politics, and Aborigines in a North Australian town, University of Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu.

Norman, H 2015, ‘What do we want?’ A political history of Aboriginal land rights in New South Wales, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Ritter, D 2009, Contesting native title, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Strelein, L 2009, Compromised jurisprudence: native title cases since Mabo, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Module 7: Self-determination and Autonomy

Anaya, SJ 2004, Indigenous peoples in International law (2nd edition), OUP New York.

Davis, M and Langton, M (eds) 2016, It's Our Country: Indigenous Arguments for Meaningful Constitutional Recognition and Reform, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.

Davis, M and Williams, G 2015, Everything you Need to Know About the Referendum to Recognise Indigenous Australians, NewSouth Books, Sydney.

Henry, K 2007a, Addressing extreme disadvantage through investment in capability development, keynote address to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Conference on ‘Australia’s welfare 2007’, Canberra, 6 December.

Henry, K 2007b, Creating the right incentives for Indigenous development, address to the Cape York Institute Conference ‘Strong foundations — rebuilding social norms in Indigenous communities’, Cairns, Qld, 26 June.

Langton, M. and Mazel, O 2008, Poverty in the Midst of Plenty: Aboriginal People, the 'Resource Curse' and Australia's Mining Boom, Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, vol. 26, p. 31.

Peterson, N and F Myers (eds) 2016, Experiments in self-determination: histories of the outstation movement in Australia, ANU Press.

Sen, A 1999, Development as freedom, Oxford University Press, New York.

Module 8: Engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

Australian Government 2011, Engaging today, building tomorrow: a framework for engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, Department of Families, Housing, Community Services & Indigenous Affairs, Canberra.

Bauman, T 2006, Final report of the Indigenous Facilitation & Mediation Project July 2003/04 – June 2006: research findings, recommendations and implementation, Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Canberra.

Bauman, T 2007, ‘You mob all agree?’: the chronic emergency of culturally competent engaged Indigenous problem solving, Indigenous Law Bulletin, vol. 6, issue 29.

Bauman, T & Pope, J (eds) 2009, Solid work you mob are doing: case studies in Indigenous dispute resolution and conflict management in Australia, National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council, Melbourne.

Bauman, T & Williams, R 2004, The business of process: research issues in managing Indigenous decision making and disputes in land, AIATSIS Research Discussion Paper 13, AIATSIS, Canberra.

Behrendt, L & Kelly, L 2008, Resolving Indigenous disputes: land conflict and beyond, Federation Press, Sydney.

Bishop, H 2009, Communication, representation, voice and choice: facilitating conversations on Indigenous needs and aspirations: Part 1, ADR Bulletin, vol. 11, no. 2.

Bishop, H 2009, Communication, representation, voice and choice: facilitating conversations on Indigenous needs and aspirations: Part 2, ADR Bulletin, vol. 11, no. 3.

Christensen, C, Baumann, H, Ruggles, R & Sadtler, T 2006, Disruptive innovation for social change, Harvard Business Review, no. 12, December issue.

Collins, N 2016, Lessons from implementing free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) in the Philippines: a case study for teaching purposes — facilitator’s guide, July 2016, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Davis, M 2016, Listening but not hearing, Griffith Review, edition 51.

Graham, M, Brigg, M & Walker, PO 2011, Conflict Murri way in M Brigg & R Bleiker (eds), Mediating across difference: Oceanic and Asian approaches to conflict resolution, University of Hawaiʻi Press, Honolulu, pp. 75–99.

Hunt, J 2013, Engaging with Indigenous Australia: exploring the conditions for effective relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, Issues Paper no. 5 for the Closing the Gap Clearinghouse.

Marika, R, Yunupingu, Y, Marika-Mununggiritj, R & Muller, S 2009, Leaching the poison — the importance of process and partnership in working with Yolngu, Journal of Rural Studies, vol. 25, no. 4, Special issue: De-centring white ruralities: ethnicity and indigeneity, pp. 404–13.

Moran, M 2016, Serious whitefella stuff: when solutions became the problem in Indigenous Affairs, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.

Nicholson, A, Watson, N, Vivian, A, Longman, C, Priest, T, De Santolo, J et al. 2012, Listening but not hearing: a response to the NTER stronger futures consultations June to August 2011, Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, University of Technology Sydney.

Pawu-Kurlpurlurnu, WJ, Holmes, M & Box, A 2008, Ngurra-kurlu: a way of working with Warlpiri people, Report 41, Desert Knowledge CRC, Alice Springs, NT.

Steen, M, Manschot, M & Koning, N 2011, Benefits of co-design in service design projects, International Journal of Design, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 53–60.

Module 9: Helping to Build and Inspire the Australian Nation

Booth, A & Briscoe, L 2015, 20 inspiring black women who have changed Australia, NITV, 6 March.

Collins, F & Davis, T 2004, Australian cinema after Mabo, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

Ganesharajah, C 2009, Indigenous health and wellbeing: the importance of Country, Native Title Research Report No. 1/2009, Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Canberra.

Hall, RA. 1995, Fighters from the fringe: Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders recall the Second World War, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Harrison, K 1975, Dark man, white world: a portrait of tenor Harold Blair, Novalit Australia, Melbourne.

Kleinart, S, Neale, M & Bancroft, R (eds) 2000, The Oxford companion to Aboriginal art and culture, Oxford University Press, Melbourne.

Lawford, E et al., Marshall, P (ed.) 1989, Raparapa kularr martuwarra: all right, now we go 'side the river, along that sundown way: stories from the Fitzroy River drovers, Magabala Books, Broome, WA.

McLean, I (ed.) 2011, How Aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art, Institute of Modern Art and Power Publications, Sydney.

Riseman, N & Trembath, R 2016, Defending country: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander military service since 1945, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Queensland.

Scott, K 1999, Benang, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, South Fremantle, WA.

St Leon, M 1994, The wizard of the wire: the story of Con Colleano, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Tatz, C & Tatz, P 2000, Black gold: the Aboriginal and Islander Sports Hall of Fame, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Taylor, G 1999, Albert Namatjira, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

Wright, A 2013, The swan book, Giramondo, Artamon, NSW.

Module 10: Continuing your journey

Aigner, G, Godwell, C, Martin, J, Paulson, G, Rawnsley, J, Robertson, K et al. 2014, Lost conversations — finding new ways for black and white Australians to lead together, Creative Commons [Australia].

Australian Government n.d., The Forrest review: creating parity

Australian Human Rights Commission 2011, Chapter 4: Cultural safety and security: Tools to address lateral violence, Social Justice Report 2011, Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney.

Bin-Sallik, M. 2003, Cultural safety: let’s name it!, Australian Journal of Indigenous Education vol. 32, p. 21–28.

Carey, M 2015, The limits of cultural competence: an Indigenous Studies perspective, Higher Education Research & Development, vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 1–13.

Charles Sturt University n.d., Guide to working with Indigenous Australian staff, Charles Sturt University, Sydney.

Covey, SR various editions, Principle-centred leadership, Free Press, New York.

DiAngelo, R. and Sensoy, Ö. 2014 Getting slammed: White depictions of cross-racial dialogues as arenas of violence, Race & Ethnicity in Education, 17(1) p. 104‑128.

Fredericks, B.L 2008b, The Need to Extend Beyond the Knowledge Gained in Cross-Cultural Awareness Training, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, vol. 37, p. 81–89.

Gorringe, S, Ross, J and Fforde, C 2011, Will the real Aborigine please stand up? Strategies for breaking the stereotypes and changing the conversation, AIATSIS Research Discussion Paper, 28: p. 1-16.

Goffee, R & Jones, G 2015, Why should anyone be led by you? What it takes to be an authentic leader, Harvard Business School Press, Boston.

Goleman, D 2004, What makes a leader?, Harvard Business Review, January issue, p. 82–91.

Laycock, A, Walker, D, Harrison, N & Brands, J 2009, Supporting Indigenous researchers: a practical guide for supervisors, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Casuarina, NT.

Paradies, Y 2005, Anti-Racism and Indigenous Australians, Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, vol. 5, no. 1, p. 1–28.

Reconciliation Australia 2011-2017, RAP impact reports, Reconciliation Australia, Canberra.

Singleton, GE & Linton, C 2014, Courageous Conversations About Race, SAGE Publications, New York City.

Universities Australia 2011, National best practice framework for Indigenous cultural competency in Australian universities, Universities Australia, Canberra.