Michelle Bishop

Associate Lecturer / Graduate Teaching Fellow
Casual Academic

Michelle is a Gamilaroi woman from Western NSW and currently lives on Dharawal Country south of Sydney. From a critical Indigenous perspective, Michelle’s research critiques dominant practices in education and offers counter-narratives to advocate for emancipatory change in education for Indigenous Peoples.

Publications

Book Chapters
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Vass G; Bishop M; Thompson K; Beller P; Murray C; Tovey J; Ryan M, 2018, 'Whose story is it anyway? Reflecting on a collaborative research project with/in an educational community', in Stanley P; Vass G (ed.), Questions of culture in autoethnography, Routledge, Ney York, pp. 167 - 181
2018
Vass G; Bishop M; Thompson K; Beller P; Murray C; Tovey J; Ryan M, 2018, 'Whose story is it anyway? Reflecting on a collaborative research project with/in an educational community', in Stanley P; Vass G (ed.), , Routledge, Ney York, pp. 167 - 181
2018
Journal articles
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Tynan L; Bishop M, 2019, 'Disembodied experts, accountability and refusal: an autoethnography of two (ab)Original women', Australian Journal of Human Rights,
2019
Bishop M; Vass G; Thompson K, 2019, 'Decolonising schooling practices through relationality and reciprocity: embedding local Aboriginal perspectives in the classroom', Pedagogy, Culture and Society, pp. 1 - 19, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14681366.2019.1704844
2019