Publications

  • Baker, A.C. and Worby, G.R. (2007). Aboriginality since Mabo: Writing, Politics, and Art. In Nicholas Birns, Rebecca McNeer, ed. A Companion to Australian Literature Since 1900. Rochester, USA: Camden House, pp. 17-40.
  • Worby, G.R. (2007). Cherry, Walter John (1932-1986) In Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol 17: 1981-1990. Melbourne, VIC: Melbourne University Press, pp. 207-208.
  • Worby, G.R., Rigney, L.H. and Tur, S.U. (2006). Where salt and fresh waters meet: reconciliation and change in education. In Gus Worby, Lester-Iribinna Rigney, ed. Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth, WA: API Network, pp. 418-447.
  • Worby, G.R. (2006). Part 1 stories: introduction. In Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth, WA: API Network, pp. 17-23.
  • Worby, G.R. (2006). Part 2 country: introduction. In Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth, WA: API Network, pp. 155-159.
  • Worby, G.R. (2006). Sharing spaces: general introduction. In Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth, WA: API Network, pp. 1-7.
  • 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.
  • Worby, G.R. (2004). Collaborative teaching in Australian & Indigenous Studies. In David Carter. Kate Darian-Smith and Gus Worby, ed. Thinking Australian studies : teaching across cultures. St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, pp. 241-274.
  • Worby, G.R. (2002). Australia. In The Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 50-61.
  • Worby, G.R. (2001). Theatre. In The Wakefield Companion to South Australian History. Adelaide, SA: Wakefield Press.
  • Jacobs, M.J., Worby, G.R. and Chittleborough, M.A. (2002). Australian Literary Responses to 'Asia' Canberra, ACT: AustLit Australian Literature Gateway.
  • Tur, S., Blanch, F. and Worby, G. (2011). Writing forward, writing back, writing Black. In Writing and Editing. BlackWords 5th Anniversary Symposium. University of Queensland.
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  • Worby, G.R. (2002). Australian Studies at Home : CRASTE to Crossroads. Crossings, 7(2) pp. 10.
  • Worby, G.R. (2002). Culture in Australia: policies, publics and programs (Book Review) Australian Journal of Political Science, 37(3) pp. 565-566.
  • Worby, G.R. (2001). Flinders Essays: An Introduction (Editor's summary) Crossings, 6.3
  • Carter, D., Darian-Smith, K. and Worby, G.R. (2004). Thinking Australian Studies: Teaching Across Cultures. St Lucia, QLD: University of Queensland Press.
  • Worby, G.R., Darian-Smith, K. and Carter, D. (2004). Introductions. Thinking Australian Studies: Teaching Across Cultures, pp. 1-6.
  • Worby, G.R. (2002). Ngapartji, Ngapartji. Artstate. 23 pp. 22.
  • Worby, G.R. (2002). The continuum companion to twentieth century theatre.
  • Worby, G.R. (2002). President's Report.
  • Worby, G.R. and Rigney, D.M. (2001). Approaching ethical issues: Institutional management and indigenous research.
  • Tur, S., Worby, G. and Blanch, F. (2014). Writing forward, writing back, writing Black. JASAL: Journal of The Association For The Study of Australian Literature,
  • Tur, S., Worby, G. and Rigney, L. (2011). Where salt and fresh waters meet: reconciliation and change in education. ACH: the Journal of the History of Culture in Australia, 28(2-3) pp. 201-224.
    [10.1080/07288433.2010.582236]
  • Blanch, F. and Worby, G.R. (2010). The silences waiting: Young Nunga males, curriculum and rap. Curriculum Perspectives, 30(1) pp. 1-13.
    [Scopus]
  • 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]
  • Jacobs, M.J., Worby, G.R. and Chittleborough, M.A. (2002). Australian Literary Responses to 'Asia' Canberra, ACT: AustLit Australian Literature Gateway.
  • Baker, A.C. and Worby, G.R. (2007). Aboriginality since Mabo: Writing, Politics, and Art. In Nicholas Birns, Rebecca McNeer, ed. A Companion to Australian Literature Since 1900. Rochester, USA: Camden House, pp. 17-40.
  • Worby, G.R. (2007). Cherry, Walter John (1932-1986) In Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol 17: 1981-1990. Melbourne, VIC: Melbourne University Press, pp. 207-208.
  • Worby, G.R., Rigney, L.H. and Tur, S.U. (2006). Where salt and fresh waters meet: reconciliation and change in education. In Gus Worby, Lester-Iribinna Rigney, ed. Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth, WA: API Network, pp. 418-447.
  • 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.
  • Worby, G.R. (2004). Collaborative teaching in Australian & Indigenous Studies. In David Carter. Kate Darian-Smith and Gus Worby, ed. Thinking Australian studies : teaching across cultures. St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, pp. 241-274.
  • Tur, S., Worby, G. and Blanch, F. (2014). Writing forward, writing back, writing Black. JASAL: Journal of The Association For The Study of Australian Literature,
  • Tur, S., Worby, G. and Rigney, L. (2011). Where salt and fresh waters meet: reconciliation and change in education. ACH: the Journal of the History of Culture in Australia, 28(2-3) pp. 201-224.
    [10.1080/07288433.2010.582236]
  • Blanch, F. and Worby, G.R. (2010). The silences waiting: Young Nunga males, curriculum and rap. Curriculum Perspectives, 30(1) pp. 1-13.
    [Scopus]
  • 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]

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