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Indigenous Knowledges and Perspectives

Resources on embedding Indigenous knowledges into the curriculum

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Amy, M., & Tamara, Y. (2015). Indigenisation of Curricula: Current Teaching Practices in Law. Legal Education Review, 25(1), 95-119. Download full-text PDF.

Studies in Higher Education

Asmar, C., & Page, S. (2018). Pigeonholed, peripheral or pioneering? Findings from a national study of Indigenous Australian academics in the disciplines. Studies in Higher Education, 43(9), 1679-1691. doi:10.1080/03075079.2017.1281240
The land is the source of the law

Black, C. F. (2011). The land is the source of the law : a dialogic encounter with indigenous jurisprudence. London Routledge-Cavendish. ISBN-13: 978-0415497572

 

Burns, M. (2013). Towards Growing Indigenous Culturally Competent Legal Professionals in Australia. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 12(1), 226-248. Download full-text PDF.

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Burns, M. (2018). Are We There Yet: Indigenous Cultural Competency in Legal Education. Legal Education Review, 28, 1. Download full-text PDF.

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Gainsford, A. (2018). Connection to Country-Place-Based Learning Initiatives Embedded in the Charles Stuart University Bachelor of Law. Legal Education Review, 28, 1. Download full-text PDF.

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Galloway, K. (2018). Indigenous Contexts in the Law Curriculum: Process and Structure. Legal Education Review, 28, 1. Download full-text PDF.

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Graham, N. (2009). Indigenous Property Matters in Real Property Courses at Australian Universities. Legal education review., 19, 289. Download full-text PDF.

The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education

Kutay, C., Mooney, J., Riley, L., & Howard-Wagner, D. (2012). Experiencing Indigenous knowledge online as a community narrative. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 41(2012), 47-59. dio 10.1017/jie.2012.8

Journal of Australian Studies

Kwaymullina, A., & Kwaymullina, B. (2010). Learning to read the signs: law in an Indigenous reality. Journal of Australian Studies, 34(2), 195-208. doi:10.1080/14443051003721189

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Loban, H. (2011). Embedding indigenous perspectives in business law. E-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, 5(2), 11-21. Download full-text PDF.

The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education

Synot, E., Graham, M., Graham, J., Valencia-Forrester, F., Longworth, C., & Backhaus, B. (2019). Weaving First Peoples' knowledge into a university course. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 1-7. doi:10.1017/jie.2019.29

 

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