Topic Lecturer:

  • AUST1004  An Introduction to Aboriginal Studies
  • AUST1301  Issues for Indigenous Students in Higher Education

Research expertise

  • Cultural studies
  • Curriculum and pedagogy

Supervisory interests

  • Aboriginal education
  • Aboriginal studies
  • Australian Indigenous studies
  • Education, Indigenous
  • History, South Australian Indigenous
  • Indigeneous knowledge

Publications

  • Koerner, C., Tur, S.L. and Wilson, C.J. (2009). Bringing Indigenous sovereignties into community partnerships : unpacking racialisation to re-engage Indigenous Australian students in education. In Barbara Baird and Damien W. Riggs, ed. The Racial Politics of Bodies, Nations and Knowledges. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 188-207.
    [Web Link]
  • Hughes, P. and Tur, S.L. (2009). Examples of incorporating What Works materials into pre-service programs. What Works. The Work Program. In Stepping Up: What works in Pre-Service Teacher Education. ACT: National Curriculum Services.
  • 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.
  • Tur, S. and Tur, N.N. (2006). Conversation: Wapar munu Mantaku Nintiringanyi-Learning about the Dreaming and Land. In Gus Worby and Lester-Irabinna Rigney, ed. Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth: API Network, pp. 160-170.
  • 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.
    [Web Link]
  • Wilson, C.J., Tur, S. and Blanch, F. (2009). Indigenous vs. Western Epistemologies: The Intersection of Knowledge Production in the Academy. Indigenous Studies Indigenous Knowledges Conference. Fremantle, Perth. Dec 2009.
  • Wilson, C.J., Tur, S. and Koerner, C. (2008). Bringing Indigenous knowledges into school retention: Teaching racialisation to non-Indigenous university student mentors in an education engagement program with Indigenous young people at risk of leaving school early. World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) Melbourne. Dec 2008.
  • Tur, S., Askell-Williams, H., Couglan, M., Lawson, M., Lewis, F., Murray-Harvey, R., et al. (2007). You can't have one without the other - Transactions between Education ans Wellbeing for Indigenous Peoples. In Professor Ian Anderson, Professor Fran Baum and Mr Michael Bentley, ed. Beyond Bandaids Exploring the Underlying Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health. Darwin: Coorperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health. Social Determinants of Aborignial Health Workshop. Adelaide. Jul 2004, pp. 56-76.
    [Web Link]
  • Baker, A., Wurm, J., Wilson, R., Tur, S., Blanch, F. and Bunda, T. (2013). Tellin' the stories of teachers. Flinders University
    [Web Link]
  • Baker, A.C., Wurm, J.A. and Tur, S. (2011). Long Way Home: A Celebration of 21 Years of Yunggorendi First Nations Centre. Adelaide
    [Web Link]
  • Slee, P.T., Lawson, M.J., Tur, S.L., Askell-Williams, H., Lewis, F. and Murray-Harvey, R. (2004). Educational determinants in Aboriginal health.
  • Wilson, G., Tunstill, G.D., Amery, R., Rigney, L.H. and Tur, S.L. (2003). South Australian Curriculum, Standards and Accountability Framework Languages Australian Indigenous Languages.
  • Mcconvell, P., Amery, R., Gale, M., Nicholls, C.J., Nicholls, J., Rigney, L.H., et al. (2002). Keep that Language Going!: A needs-based review of the status of indigenous languages in South Australia, pp. 1-197.
    [Web Link]
  • Rigney, L.H., Tur, S.L. and Rigney, D.M. (2002). Treaty: Facillitators Guide, pp. 100.
  • Askell-Williams, H., Coughlan, P.M., Lawson, M.J., Lewis, F., Murray-Harvey, R., O'Donnell, K.M., et al. (2007). You can't have one without the other: Transactions between education and wellbeing for Indigenous peoples. In I. Anderson, F Baum, M. Bentley, ed. Beyond Bandaids: Exploring the Underlying Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health. Casuarina, NT, Australia: Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health. Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health Workshop. Adelaide, SA. Jul 2004, pp. 56-76.
  • 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]
  • 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]
  • Tur, S.L., Blanch, F. and Wilson, C.J. (2010). Developing a collaborative approach to standpoint. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 39S pp. 58-67.
    [Web Link]
  • Askell-Williams, H., Coughlan, P.M., Lawson, M.J., Lewis, F., Murray-Harvey, R., O'Donnell, K.M., et al. (2007). You can't have one without the other: Transactions between education and wellbeing for Indigenous peoples. In I. Anderson, F Baum, M. Bentley, ed. Beyond Bandaids: Exploring the Underlying Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health. Casuarina, NT, Australia: Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health. Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health Workshop. Adelaide, SA. Jul 2004, pp. 56-76.
  • 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]
  • 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]
  • Tur, S.L., Blanch, F. and Wilson, C.J. (2010). Developing a collaborative approach to standpoint. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 39S pp. 58-67.
    [Web Link]
  • Hughes, P. and Tur, S.L. (2009). Examples of incorporating What Works materials into pre-service programs. What Works. The Work Program. In Stepping Up: What works in Pre-Service Teacher Education. ACT: National Curriculum Services.
  • Koerner, C., Tur, S.L. and Wilson, C.J. (2009). Bringing Indigenous sovereignties into community partnerships : unpacking racialisation to re-engage Indigenous Australian students in education. In Barbara Baird and Damien W. Riggs, ed. The Racial Politics of Bodies, Nations and Knowledges. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 188-207.
    [Web Link]
  • 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.
  • Tur, S. and Tur, N.N. (2006). Conversation: Wapar munu Mantaku Nintiringanyi-Learning about the Dreaming and Land. In Gus Worby and Lester-Irabinna Rigney, ed. Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights. Perth: API Network, pp. 160-170.
  • 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.
    [Web Link]

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