Bartholomew Stanford
Bartholomew Stanford
Lecturer in Political Science/Indigenous politics -Griffith University
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Indigenous institutions and local government in the Torres Strait
BM Stanford
Australian Journal of Public Administration 82 (3), 308-324, 2023
The Party on Remote Ground: Disengaging and Disappearing?
D McDonnell, B Stanford
Parliamentary Affairs 77 (1), 46-61, 2024
Garma is a festival of political discussion and celebration of culture. Will the Voice be a central theme?
B Stanford
The campaign pamphlets for the Voice don’t offer new perspectives. Do they still serve a purpose?
B Stanford
‘We haven’t got anybody’: new research reveals how major parties are dying in remote Australia
BS Duncan McDonnell
The Conversation, 2023
The relationship between local governments and Indigenous institutions: A comparative case study
Griffith University, 2022
Indigenous Institutions: Theory and practice
B Stanford
Australian Political Science Association Conference, 2019
Explore and Emerge: A scaffolded approach to widening participation
S Glencross, B Stanford, B Chapman
Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia (EPHEA) Conference …, 2017
A framework for embedding Aboriginal knowledges and perspectives and Torres Strait Islander knowledges and perspectives in curriculum at USC
L Aberdeen, MR Adkins, C Archer-Lean, A Bartholomew, F Belich, B Boyd, ...
University of the Sunshine Coast, 2016
A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cross Curriculum Priority in the Australian Geography Curriculum
B Stanford
University of the Sunshine Coast, 0
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