Publications Joanna Kidman

Recent publications

Journal papers

Kidman, J. (2019). Whither decolonization?: Indigenous scholars and the problem of inclusion in the neoliberal university.Journal of Sociology. DOI/10.1177/1440783319835958.

Kidman, J. & Chu, C. (2019). “We’re not the hottest ethnicity”: Pacific scholars and the cultural politics of New Zealand universities. Globalisation, Societies and Education. DOI: 10.1080/14767724.2018.1561247

Kidman, J. (2018). Comparatively speaking: Notes on decolonising research. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives. 17(4), 1-10.  https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/IEJ/article/view/13252

Kidman, J. & O’Malley, V. (2018). Questioning the canon: Colonial history, counter-memories and youth activism. Memory Studies. DOI: 10.1177/1750698017749980.

O’Malley, V. & Kidman, J. (2017). Settler colonial history, commemoration and white backlash: Remembering the New Zealand Wars. Settler Colonial Studies. 8(3), 298-313.

Kidman, J. & Chu, C. (2017). Scholar outsiders in the neoliberal university: Transgressive academic labour in the whitestream. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. 52(1), 7-19.

Kidman, J., Manathunga, C., & Cornforth, S. (2017) Intercultural PhD supervision: Exploring the hidden curriculum in a social science faculty. Higher Education Research and Development. DOI 10.1080/07294360.2017.1303457

Book chapters

Kidman, J. (2018). Remembering and forgetting the colonial past at New Zealand’s national museum. In C. Peck & T. Epstein, (Eds.). Research on teaching and learning difficult histories in international contexts: A sociocultural approach. (pp. 95-108). New York & London: Routledge.

Kidman, J. (2018). Representing youth voices in indigenous community research. In R. Bourke & J. Loveridge, (Eds.). Radical collegiality through student voice: Educational experience, policy and practice. (pp. 55-69). Singapore: Springer.

Kidman, J. & O’Malley, V. (2018). Remembrance, denial and the New Zealand Wars: The road to Rā Maumahara. In Malcolm Mulholland (Ed.). Te pūtake o te riri: Wars and conflicts in New Zealand. (pp.137-162). Whakatane: Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.

Kidman, J., Ormond, A. & MacDonald, L. (2018). Everyday hope: Indigenous aims of education in settler-colonial societies. In J. Petrovic & R. Mitchell, (Eds.). Indigenous philosophies of education around the world. (pp. 228-246). London & New York: Routledge.

Kidman, J. (2018). Remembering and forgetting the colonial past at New Zealand’s national museum. In C. Peck & T. Epstein, (Eds.). Research on teaching and learning difficult histories in international contexts: A sociocultural approach. (pp. 95-108). New York & London: Routledge.

Kidman, J. (2016). Māori young people, nationhood and land. In T. Skelton (Ed.). Geographies of children and young people: Space, place and environment (Vol. 3). (pp.28-45). Singapore: Springer.

Kidman, J. (2015). Indigenous youth, nationhood, and the politics of belonging. In H. Cahill & J. Wyn, (Eds.). Handbook of children and youth studies. (pp.637-651). Singapore: Springer.

Reports

Kidman, J., Chu, C., Fernandez, S. & Abella, I. (2015). Māori scholars and the university. Technical Report for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Māori Centre of Research Excellence, University of Auckland. (35,000 words). http://www.maramatanga.co.nz/sites/default/files/project-reports/Kidman%20Chu%20Fernandez%20Abella-%20Maori%20Scholars%20Final%20report%202015.pdf

Other

Kidman, J. & O’Malley, V. (2018). Teaching the New Zealand Wars. PPTA News 39(7), 14. https://www.ppta.org.nz/news-and-media/opinion-teaching-the-new-zealand-wars/

O’Malley, V. & Kidman, J. (2018, October 30). The New Zealand wars and the school curriculum. Briefing papers http://briefingpapers.co.nz/the-new-zealand-wars-and-the-school-curriculum/