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Publications for Deirdre Howard-Wagner

2015

Jensen, B., Howard-Wagner, D. (2015). Arizona 2010. In Veronica Watson, Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Lisa Spanierman (Eds.), Unveiling Whiteness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Manifestations, Transdisciplinary Interventions, (pp. 143-169). Lanham: Lexington Books.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2015). Governing through Neoliberal Multiculturalism: Reconstituting Australian Culture and Cultural Diversity in the Howard Era, 1996-2007. In Veronica Watson, Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Lisa Spanierman (Eds.), Unveiling Whiteness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Manifestations, Transdisciplinary Interventions, (pp. 89-114). Lanham: Lexington Books.

Watson, V., Howard-Wagner, D., Spanierman, L. (2015). Introduction. In Veronica Watson, Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Lisa Spanierman (Eds.), Unveiling Whiteness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Manifestations, Transdisciplinary Interventions, (pp. xi-xxi). Lanham: Lexington Books.

Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D., Mooney, J. (2015). Kinship Online: Engaging 'Cultural Praxis' in a Teaching and Learning Framework for Cultural Competence. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 44(1), 70-84. [More Information]

Watson, V., Howard-Wagner, D., Spanierman, L. (2015). Unveiling Whiteness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Manifestations, Transdisciplinary Interventions. Lanham: Lexington Books.



2014

Howard-Wagner, D. (2014). Dispelling the myth of urban Indigenous dispossession - Indigenous recovery and agency in the city. The Australian Sociological Association Conference (TASA) 2014: Challenging Identities, Institutions and Communities, Adelaide: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

Cuncliffe, E., Howard-Wagner, D., Seuffert, N. (2014). Introduction to the Special Issue: Law on the Edge. University of British Columbia Law Review, 47(3), 815-827.

Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D. (2014). Kinship Module Teaching and Learning Framework.



2013

Howard-Wagner, D. (2013). Closing the Gap in Urban Aboriginal Disadvantage: why statistics and a quantitative evidence-based approach alone are limited. The Australian Sociological Association Conference (TASA) 2013: Reflections, Intersections and Aspirations 50 years of Australian Sociology, Melbourne, Vic: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D., Mooney, J., Kutay, C. (2013). Embedding Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge in Curriculum at University Level through Aboriginal Community Engagement. In Rhonda G. Craven, Janet Mooney (Eds.), Seeding Success in Indigenous Australian Higher Education (volume 14), (pp. 251-276). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

Ciftci, S., Howard-Wagner, D. (2013). Integrating Indigenous Justice into Alternative Dispute Resolution Practices: A Case Study of the Aboriginal Care Circle Pilot Program in Nowra. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 16(2), 81-98.

Travers, M., Putt, J., Howard-Wagner, D. (2013). Special Issue on Ethnography, Crime and Criminal Justice: Introduction. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 25(1), 463-469.

Kutay, C., Mooney, J., Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D. (2013). Teaching Through Story Mapping. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 9(3), 73-84.

Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D., Mooney, J., Kutay, C. (2013). The Kinship On-Line Project and Aboriginal Community Engagement. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference 2013 (AARE 2013), Deakin ACT: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).

2012

Howard-Wagner, D. (2012). Beyond Closing the Gap and Neoliberal Models of Success and Well-being. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2012: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2012), Hawthorn, Victoria: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

Howard-Wagner, D., Kutay, C., Riley-Mundine, L., Mooney, J. (2012). Decolonising Sociology Curriculum: using an online immersive learning environment to deliver cross-cultural training. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2012: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2012), Hawthorn, Victoria: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

Kutay, C., Mooney, J., Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D. (2012). Experiencing Indigenous Knowledge Online as a Community Narrative. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 41(1), 47-59. [More Information]

Howard-Wagner, D. (2012). Multiculturalism and Culture as a Technique of Whiteness. In Nicky Falkoff, Oliver Cashman-Brown (Eds.), On Whiteness, (pp. 293-302). Oxford, UK: Interdisciplinary Press.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2012). Reclaiming the northern territory as a settler-colonial space. Arena Journal, 37/38, 220-240.

Kutay, C., Riley-Mundine, L., Howard-Wagner, D., Mooney, J. (2012). Teaching Aboriginal Culture Online: sustaining traditions of knowledge sharing. ascilite 2012: Future Challenges|Sustainable Futures, Tugun, Australia: Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Refereed Conference Collection.

Kutay, C., Howard-Wagner, D., Riley-Mundine, L., Mooney, J. (2012). Teaching Culture as Social Constructivism. The 11th International Conference on Web-based Learning ICWL 2012, Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2012). Using theory to 'speak back' to neoliberal performativity: the Northern Territory Intervention and the inventing of a neoliberal subject as a case in point. Theorising Indigenous Sociology: Australian Perspectives, Sydney: University of Sydney.

2011

Howard-Wagner, D., Kelly, B. (2011). Containing Aboriginal Mobility in the Northern Territory: From 'Protectionism' to 'Interventionism'. Law Text Culture, 15(1), 102-134.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2011). Spaces of Indigenous cultural performance as spaces of resistance. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.

2010

Howard-Wagner, D., Maguire, A. (2010). 'The Holy Grail or 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly'?: A Qualitative Exploration of the ILUAs Agreement-Making Process and the Relationship Between ILUAs and Native Title. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 14(1), 71-85.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2010). Defining Indigenous Rights Activism in Newcastle as a Collective Social Movement. The annual conference of the Australian Sociological Association TASA 2010, Australia: The Australian Sociological Society.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2010). From Denial to Emergency: Governing Indigenous Communities in Australia. In Didier Fassin, Mariella Pandolfi (Eds.), Contemporary States of Emergency: The Politics of Military and Humanitarian Interventions, (pp. 217-239). New York, NY: Zone Books.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2010). Scrutinising ILUAS in the context of Agreement Making as a Panacea for Poverty and Welfare Dependency in Indigenous Communities. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 14(2), 100-114.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2010). The state's Intervention in Indigenous affairs in the Northern Territory: governing the Indigenous population through violence, abuse and neglect. In Craig Browne and Justine McGill (Eds.), Violence in France and Australia: Disorder in the postcolonial welfare state, (pp. 78-105). Sydney: Sydney University Press.



2009

Howard-Wagner, D. (2009). The performance of whiteness: accounts of Aboriginal marginalisation and racism in Newcastle. The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association TASA 2009, Australia: TASA.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2009). Whiteness, power relations, resistance and the "practical" recognition of Indigenous rights in Newcastle. Theory in Action, 2(1), 40-65.

2008

Howard-Wagner, D. (2008). Legislating Away Indigenous Rights. Law Text Culture, 12, 45-68.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2008). Reconciliation as a moral injunction. The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, Melbourne: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

2007

Melville, A., Howard-Wagner, D., Wright, S. (2007). Manufacturing the News. 21st Annual Australian Law and Society Conference.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2007). The pendulum has swung too far­ Howard's argument that separate legislation unfairly privileges Aborigines. 21st Annual Australian Law and Society Conference.

2006

Howard-Wagner, D. (2006). 'Practices of Inclusiveness' in Newcastle: protocols of whiteness, Indigenous protocols and power relations. TASA Conference 2006. Hong Kong Institute of Education.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2006). Consolidated Report - User Group perceptions of the MAS and the CARS - Final Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2006). Legislating away Indigenous rights: an examination of Federal Indigenous law reform since 1996. 23rd Australasian Law & Society Conference.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2006). Neo-liberal rationalities and the end of Indigenous rights in Australia. Law and Society Association Annual Meeting.

Howard-Wagner, D., Dixon, E. (2006). Study Six: CARS claimants perceptions of the CARS ­ Preliminary Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2006). Who are the real heroes and villains: the print media’s role in constructing the public liability crisis as a moral panic drama. Newcastle Law Review, 9(1), 1-22.

2005

Howard-Wagner, D., Williams, K. (2005). How white is Australian Law ­the High Court and Native Title Laws. Laws Empire Conference.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2005). Moral panics, the media and the Law ­ the public liability crisis. Moral panics, the media and the Law.

Kellehear, S., Howard-Wagner, D., Dixon, E. (2005). Study Five: MAS claimants perceptions of the MAS ­ Preliminary Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.

Howard-Wagner, D., Kellehear, S., Dixon, E. (2005). Study Four: Solicitors perceptions of the MAS and the CARS ­ Preliminary Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.

2004

Howard-Wagner, D. (2004). Recognition or Incorporation: have the Australia courts and legislatures really moved any closer toward recognising Indigenous customary law alongside Australias legal system, in recent years? Australian Law Teachers Association, 2004.

Howard-Wagner, D. (2004). Study Three: CTP Insurers perceptions of the MAS and the CARS ­ Preliminary Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.

Howard-Wagner, D., Hazel, G. (2004). Study Two: CARS assessors perceptions of the CARS ­ Preliminary Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.



2003

Howard-Wagner, D., Hazel, G., Wright, S. (2003). Study One: MAS assessors perceptions of the MAS ­ Preliminary Findings, Justice Policy Research Centre.



2002

Howard-Wagner, D. (2002). The disjunction between a carefully crafted image of pro-Indigenous rights and the reality of ongoing marginalisation for Aboriginal people. Race and Whiteness Conference.



2001

Howard-Wagner, D. (2001). Contemporary racism at the local level. Double Edge Conference


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