Position/s

Dean Indigenous Strategy and Engagement
Office of the Vice-Chancellor

Office of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement
Office of the Vice-Chancellor

Biography

Daryle Rigney, a citizen of the Ngarrindjeri Nation, is Dean of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement at Flinders University and an Affiliated Faculty member of the James E. Roger College of Law, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, University of Arizona.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Education (Secondary Physical Education)
Master of Education (Curriculum Leadership)

Teaching interests

Indigenous Law and Policy Program, University of Arizona

Research expertise

  • Cultural studies
  • Curriculum and pedagogy
  • History and philosophy of specific fields

Research interests

Professor Rigney's research interests include, from an Indigenous perspective, Indigenous governance and nation building, higher education, curriculum and policy, cultural heritage and property protection, natural resource management and local, national and global Indigenous engagement and collaboration.

Publications

  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D. (2012). Indigenous Land Use and Occupancy Mapping as a Technology of Power. In F Patel, P Sooknanan, G Rampersad & A Mundkur, ed. Information Technology, Development and Social Change. New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 128-138.
    [Web Link]
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D. (2012). Ngarrindjeri futures: negotiating a future through Caring for Ruwe/Ruwar (lands, waters and all living things) In P Figgis, J Fitzsimmons & J Irving, ed. Innovation for 21st Century Conservation. Sydney, NSW: Australian Committee for IUCN Inc., pp. 186-191.
    [Web Link]
  • Hemming, S. and Rigney, D.M. (2011). Ngarrindjeri Ruwe/Ruwar: Wellbeing through Caring for Country. In Shute, R. H., Slee, P. T., Murray-Harvey, R., & Dix, K. L., ed. Mental health and wellbeing: Educational perspectives. Adelaide, SA: Shannon Research Press, pp. 351-354.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2011). Decentring the new protectors: transforming Aboriginal heritage in South Australia. In Emma Waterton and Steve Watson, ed. Heritage and Community Engagement: Collaboration or Contestation? London: Routledge, pp. 98-114.
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Berg, S. (2011). Ngarrindjeri Futures: Negotiation, governance and environmental management. In Maddison, S. & Brigg, M., ed. Unsettling the Settler State: Creativity and Resistance in Indigenous Settler-State Governance. Sydney, NSW: Federation Press, pp. 98-113.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2009). Encountering the common knobby club rush : reconciliation, public art and whiteness. In Susan Hosking, Rick Hosking, Rebecca Pannell and Nena Bierbaum, ed. Something Rich & Strange: Sea Changes, Beaches and the Littoral in the Antipodes. Kent Town: Wakefield Press, pp. 264-277.
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Wilson, C.J. (2008). Listening and Respecting across Generations and beyond Borders: The Ancient One and Kumarangk (Hindmarsh Island) In Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Dorothy Lippert, Joe Watkins, Larry Zimmerman, ed. Kennewick Man: Perspectives on the Ancient One. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, pp. 260-267.
  • Rigney, D.M., Hemming, S.J. and Berg, S. (2008). Letters Patent, Native Title and the Crown in South Australia. In Martin Hinton, Daryle Rigney, Elliott Johnston, ed. Indigenous Australians and the Law. 2nd ed. London and New York: Routledge Cavendish, pp. 161-178.
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Pearce, M.W. (2007). Justice, culture and economy for the Ngarrindjeri nation. In Emily Potter, Alison Mackinnon, Stephen McKenzie and Jennifer McKay, ed. Fresh water : new perspectives on water in Australia. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press, pp. 217-233.
  • Hattam, R., Rigney, D.M. and Hemming, S.J. (2007). Reconciliation? Culture, nature and the Murray River. In Emily Potter, Alison Mackinnon, Stephen McKenzie and Jennifer McKay, ed. Fresh water : new perspectives on water in Australia. Carlton, Victoria, Australia: Melbourne University Press, pp. 105-122.
  • Rigney, D.M. and Worby, G.R. (2005). Towards an Indigenous Research Charter. In Claire Smith and H. Martin Wobst, ed. Indigenous Archaeologies: Decolonising Theory and Practice. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 369-391.
  • Cooper, L.L. and Rigney, D.M. (2004). Preparing for practice. In Jane Maidment and Ronnie Egan, ed. PRACTICE SKILLS IN SOCIAL WORK AND WELFARE. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin, pp. 51-65.
  • Rigney, D.M. (2003). Sport, Indigenous Australians and invader dreaming: a critique. In John Bale, Mike Cronin, ed. Sport and Postcolonialism. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 45-56.
  • MacGill, B.M., Rigney, D. and Hemming, S. (2012). Survival in your own land: place-based pedagogy. In Critical (Post)colonial Pedagogies of the Contact Zone. Annual conference, Vancouver, Canada,American Eduction Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference. Vancouver. Apr 2012.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2010). Decolonising Ngarrindjeri Ruwe/Ruwar (land, body, spirity) In Symposium: Future Stories/Intimate Histories, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association. AdelaideSymposium: Future Stories/Intimate Histories, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association. Adelaide. Dec 2010.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2010). Ngarrindjeri strategies for positive transformation and the Murray Futures Program. In Indigenous Policy and Dialogue: New Relationships, New Possibilities. National Indigenous Policy and Dialogue Conference. University of New South Wales, Sydney. Nov 2010, pp. 26-26.
  • Rigney, D.M. (2002). Racialising struggle: Indigenous Australians and the Sydney 2000 Olympics. In Sport and Politics: proceedings 6th congress of the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport. Budapest, Hungary: Semmelweis University. Proceedings 6th Congress of the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport. Budapest, Hungary. Jul 1999, pp. 204-208.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2001). Adelaide Oval - A Postcolonial Site? In 20th Century Heritage: Our Recent Cultural Legacy 2001 ICOMOS National Conference. Adelaide: Australia ICOMOS. 2001 ICOMOS National Conference. Adelaide, SA.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D. (2013). Preliminary Systems Inventory and Project Scoping River Murray Catchment, Goyder Institute for Water Research Technical Report Series No. 13/9, Preliminary Systems Inventory and Project Scoping River Murray Catchment, Goyder Institute for Water Research Technical Report Series No. 13/9, pp. 1-145.
    [Web Link]
  • Birckhead, J., Greiner, R., Hemming, S.J., Rigney, M., Trevorrow, G., Trevorrow, T., et al. (2011). Economic and cultural values of water to the Ngarrindjeri people of the Lower Lakes, Coorong and Murray Mouth. Final Report CSIRO Water-For-A-Healthy-Country Flagship.
  • Rigney, L.H., Tur, S.L. and Rigney, D.M. (2002). Treaty: Facillitators Guide, pp. 100.
  • Worby, G.R. and Rigney, D.M. (2001). Approaching ethical issues: Institutional management and indigenous research.
  • Tur, S.L., Rigney, D.M. and Rigney, L.H. (2003). Training teachers for reconciliation: a work in progress. In ZippinLewWhiteheadKay, ed. Proceedings of the 2003 National Biennial Conference of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association: Conversations. Deakin West, ACT: Australian Curriculum Studies Association. Conversactions: Australian Curriculum Studies Association Biennial National Conference 2003. Adelaide, SA. Sep 2003.
    [Web Link]
  • Rigney, D. and Hemming, S.J. (2013). Is 'Closing the Gap' Enough? Ngarrindjeri ontologies, reconciliation and caring for country. EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY, pp. 1-11.
    [10.1080/00131857.2013.799996]
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Berg, S. (2010). Researching on Ngarrindjeri Ruwe/Ruwar: Methodologies for Positive Transformation. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2 pp. 92-106.
    [Scopus]
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2010). Decentring the new protectors : transforming Aboriginal heritage in South Australia. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 16(1-2) pp. 90-106.
    [10.1080/13527250903441804] [10.1080/13527250903441804] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2008). Unsettling sustainability: Ngarrindjeri political literacies, strategies of engagement and transformation. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 22(6) pp. 757-775.
    [10.1080/10304310802452438]
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M., Wallis, L.A., Trevorrow, T., Rigney, M. and Trevorrow, G. (2007). Caring for Ngarrindjeri Country: collaborative research, community development and social justice. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6(27) pp. 6-8.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2003). Adelaide Oval: A postcolonial 'site'? Borderlands E-Journal, 2(1)
    [Web Link]
  • Worby, G.R. and Rigney, D.M. (2002). Approaching ethical issues : institutional management of indigenous research. Australian Universities' Review, 45(1) pp. 24-33.
    [Web Link]
  • Hemming, S. and Rigney, D.M. (2011). Ngarrindjeri Ruwe/Ruwar: Wellbeing through Caring for Country. In Shute, R. H., Slee, P. T., Murray-Harvey, R., & Dix, K. L., ed. Mental health and wellbeing: Educational perspectives. Adelaide, SA: Shannon Research Press, pp. 351-354.
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Berg, S. (2011). Ngarrindjeri Futures: Negotiation, governance and environmental management. In Maddison, S. & Brigg, M., ed. Unsettling the Settler State: Creativity and Resistance in Indigenous Settler-State Governance. Sydney, NSW: Federation Press, pp. 98-113.
  • Hemming, S.J. and Rigney, D.M. (2009). Encountering the common knobby club rush : reconciliation, public art and whiteness. In Susan Hosking, Rick Hosking, Rebecca Pannell and Nena Bierbaum, ed. Something Rich & Strange: Sea Changes, Beaches and the Littoral in the Antipodes. Kent Town: Wakefield Press, pp. 264-277.
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Wilson, C.J. (2008). Listening and Respecting across Generations and beyond Borders: The Ancient One and Kumarangk (Hindmarsh Island) In Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Dorothy Lippert, Joe Watkins, Larry Zimmerman, ed. Kennewick Man: Perspectives on the Ancient One. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, pp. 260-267.
  • Rigney, D.M., Hemming, S.J. and Berg, S. (2008). Letters Patent, Native Title and the Crown in South Australia. In Martin Hinton, Daryle Rigney, Elliott Johnston, ed. Indigenous Australians and the Law. 2nd ed. London and New York: Routledge Cavendish, pp. 161-178.
  • Hattam, R., Rigney, D.M. and Hemming, S.J. (2007). Reconciliation? Culture, nature and the Murray River. In Emily Potter, Alison Mackinnon, Stephen McKenzie and Jennifer McKay, ed. Fresh water : new perspectives on water in Australia. Carlton, Victoria, Australia: Melbourne University Press, pp. 105-122.
  • Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M. and Pearce, M.W. (2007). Justice, culture and economy for the Ngarrindjeri nation. In Emily Potter, Alison Mackinnon, Stephen McKenzie and Jennifer McKay, ed. Fresh water : new perspectives on water in Australia. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press, pp. 217-233.
  • Rigney, D.M. and Worby, G.R. (2005). Towards an Indigenous Research Charter. In Claire Smith and H. Martin Wobst, ed. Indigenous Archaeologies: Decolonising Theory and Practice. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 369-391.
  • Cooper, L.L. and Rigney, D.M. (2004). Preparing for practice. In Jane Maidment and Ronnie Egan, ed. PRACTICE SKILLS IN SOCIAL WORK AND WELFARE. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin, pp. 51-65.
  • Rigney, D.M. (2003). Sport, Indigenous Australians and invader dreaming: a critique. In John Bale, Mike Cronin, ed. Sport and Postcolonialism. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 45-56.

Professional and community engagement

Daryle chairs Ngarrindjeri Enterprises Pty Ltd (NEPL), the economic development compnay of the Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority (NRA), co-chairs the NRA's Research, Policy and Planning Unit, co-chairs the United League of Indigenous Nations (ULIN) and is a Director of the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI).

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • Aboriginal issues
  • Culture
  • Education - Aboriginal
  • Education - Curriculum
  • Indigenous Australia
  • Race relations
  • Water Resources

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Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia
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