PUBLICATIONS

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR JOANNA KIDMAN

School of Education | Te Kura Māori
Victoria University of Wellington
New Zealand

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS AND EDITED WORKS

Sanga, K. & Kidman, J. (Eds.). (2012). Harvesting ideas: Perspectives from a niu generation of Pacific leaders. Suva, Fiji: University of South Pacific Press.

Kidman, J. & Stevens, K. (Eds). (2010). Looking back from the centre: A snapshot of contemporary New Zealand education. Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Kidman, J. (2007). Engaging with Māori communities: An exploration of some tensions in the mediation of social sciences research. Tihei Oreore Monograph Series. University of Auckland: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. 118pp.

Kidman, J., Te Rito, J. & Penetito, W. (Eds.). (2007). Proceedings of the indigenous knowledges conference: Reconciling academic priorities with indigenous realities. Tihei Oreore Series: University of Auckland: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. 210pp.

Kidman, J., Brewin, M., & Kepa, M. (Eds.). (2007). AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Scholarship. Special Issue: Developing excellence: New directions in indigenous research, 3(2). 163pp.

Kidman, J. (1995). Dialogues with Māori students: Some implications for academic development. Nga Taumata Matauranga o Aotearoa: Higher Education in New Zealand Syndicate of Educational Development Centres of New Zealand Universities. Wellington, New Zealand.

McDonald, G., Clarke, V., & Kidman, J. (1992). Junior school study: Five-year-olds and their curriculum. NZCER, Wellington. 98pp.

McDonald, G., Clarke, V., & Kidman, J. (1992). The first three years: New entrants to J3. NZCER, Wellington. 79pp.

McDonald, G., Clarke, V., & Kidman, J. (1991). A study of classrooms containing five-year-olds. NZCER, Wellington. 74pp.

 

JOURNAL PAPERS

Beals, F., Kidman, J. & Funaki, H. (2019). Insider and outsider research: Negotiating self at the edge of the emic/etic divide. Qualitative Inquiry. doi.org/10.1177/1077800419843950

Kidman, J. (2019). Whither decolonization?: Indigenous scholars and the problem of inclusion in the neoliberal university. Journal of Sociology. DOI/10.1177/1440783319835958

Kidman, J. & Chu, C. (2019). “We’re not the hottest ethnicity”: Pacific scholars and the cultural politics of New Zealand universities. Globalisation, Societies and Education. DOI: 10.1080/14767724.2018.1561247

Kidman, J. (2018). Comparatively speaking: Notes on decolonising research. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives. 17(4), 1-10.  https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/IEJ/article/view/13252

Kidman, J. & O’Malley, V. (2018). Questioning the canon: Colonial history, counter-memories and youth activism. Memory StudiesDOI: 10.1177/1750698017749980

O’Malley, V. & Kidman, J. (2018). Settler colonial history, commemoration and white backlash: Remembering the New Zealand Wars. Settler Colonial Studies. 8(3), 298-313.

Kidman, J. & Chu, C. (2017). Scholar outsiders in the neoliberal university: Transgressive academic labour in the whitestream. New Zealand Journal of Education Studies. 52(1), 7-19.

Kidman, J., Manathunga, C., & Cornforth, S. (2017). Intercultural PhD supervision: Exploring the hidden curriculum in a social science faculty. Higher Education Research and Development. 36(6), 1208-1221.

Kidman, J. (2014). Representing Māori youth voices in community education research. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. 49(2), 205-218.

Kidman, J., Yen, C.F. & Abrams, E. (2013). Indigenous students’ experiences of the hidden curriculum in science education: A cross-national study in New Zealand and Taiwan. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education. 11(1), 43-64.

Celermajer, D. & Kidman, J. (2012). Embedding the apology in the nation’s identity. Journal of the Polynesian Society. 121(3), 219-242.

Kidman, J. (2012). The land remains: Māori youth and the politics of belonging. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples. 8(2), 189-202.

Kidman, J., Abrams, E. & McRae, H. (2011). Imaginary subjects: School science, indigenous students, and knowledge-power relations. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 32(2), 203-220.

Kidman, J. (2009). Shifting margins, shifting centres: Development paradigms in Māori education. International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning. 2(1), 5-18.

Kidman, J. (2008). Research engagement with Māori communities. MAI Review. April (1). http://ojs.review.mai.ac.nz/index.php/MR/article/view/115/114

Kidman, J. & Stevens, K. (2009). A four stage process of co-operative teaching for beginning teachers meeting first year university students. New Zealand Journal of Teacher’s Work. 6(1).

Hall, C., & Kidman, J. (2004). Teaching and learning: Mapping the contextual influences. International Education Journal. 5(3). http://iej.cjb.net

Kidman, J. (1999). A people torn in twain: Colonial and indigenous contexts of university education in New Zealand. Interchange. 30(1), 73-91.

Kidman, J., McDonald, G. (1991). Ten days in a new entrant classroom. Set. 2, 1-4.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Kidman, J. (2018). Remembering and forgetting the colonial past at New Zealand’s national museum. In C. Peck & T. Epstein, (Eds.). Research on teaching and learning difficult histories in international contexts: A sociocultural approach. (pp. 95-108). New York & London: Routledge.

Kidman, J. (2018). Representing youth voices in indigenous community research. . In R. Bourke & J. Loveridge, (Eds.). Radical collegiality through student voice: Educational experience, policy and practice. (pp. 55-69). Singapore: Springer.

Kidman, J. & O’Malley, V. (2018). Remembrance, denial and the New Zealand Wars: The road to Rā Maumahara. In M. Mulholland (Ed.). Te pūtake o te riri: Wars and conflicts in New Zealand. (pp. 137-162). Whakatane: Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.

Kidman, J., Ormond, A. & MacDonald, L. (2018). Everyday hope: Indigenous aims of education in settler-colonial societies. In J. Petrovic & R. Mitchell, (Eds.). Indigenous philosophies of education around the world. (pp. 228-246). London & New York: Routledge.

Kidman, J. (2016). Māori young people, nationhood and land. In T. Skelton (Ed.). Geographies of children and young people: Space, place and environment (Vol. 3). (pp.28-45). Singapore: Springer.

Kidman, J. (2015). Indigenous youth, nationhood, and the politics of belonging. In H. Cahill & J. Wyn, (Eds.). Handbook of children and youth studies. (pp.637-651). Singapore: Springer.

Abrams, E., Yore, L.D., Bang, M., Brayboy, B., Castagno, A., Kidman, J., Lee, H., Villanueva, M.G., Wang, M.H., Webb, P., & Yen, C.F. (2014). Scientific literacy for all: Culturally relevant schooling for indigenous learners. In S.K. Abell & N.G. Lederman (Eds.). Handbook of research in science education, Volume II. (pp.671-696). New York & London: Routledge.

Wood, B. & Kidman, J. (2013). Negotiating the ethical borders of visual research with young people. In K. Te Riele & R. Brooks, (Eds.). Negotiating ethical challenges in youth research. (pp.149-162). New York & Oxon: Routledge.

Kidman, J. (2012). A Pacific decade: Some concluding thoughts. In K. Sanga & J. Kidman. (Eds.). Harvesting ideas: Perspectives from a niu generation of Pacific leaders. (pp.225-234). Suva, Fiji: University of South Pacific Press.

Kidman, J. & McRae, H. (2012). Future directions in classroom research with indigenous children. In B. Kaur (Ed.). Classroom research revisited. (pp.313-317). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Kidman, J. (2011). Māori education and neoliberal citizenship: Beach crossings in the 21st century. In P. Whitinui. (Ed). Kia tangi te tītī – Permission to speak: Successful schooling for Māori students in the 21st century – Issues, challenges and alternatives. (pp.18-29). Wellington, New Zealand: NZCER Press.

Kidman, J. (2010). Parking in the margins: Bulletins from the sociology of education. In J. Kidman, & K. Stevens. (Eds). Looking back from the centre: A snapshot of contemporary New Zealand education. (pp.41-51).Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Kidman, J. & Stevens, K. (2010). Afterword: Contributions to scholarship in education from the School of Education. Reflections on the study of education in New Zealand. In J. Kidman & K. Stevens, (Eds). Looking back from the centre: A snapshot of contemporary New Zealand education. (pp. 263 – 265).Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Kidman, J. & Stevens, K. (2010). Reflections on the study of education in New Zealand. In J. Kidman & K. Stevens. (Eds). Looking back from the centre: A snapshot of contemporary New Zealand education. (pp. 11-15). Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Te whānau o He Pārekereke. (2010). He Pārekereke: Māori education and Pacific education at Victoria University. In J. Kidman & K. Stevens. (Eds). Looking back from the centre: A snapshot of contemporary New Zealand education. (pp. 52-62). Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Kidman, J. (2009). Visual methodologies: Exploring indigenous constructions of self and environment. In D. Zandvliet. (Ed). Diversity in environmental education research. (pp. 65-76). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Kidman, J. (2007). Clustered supervision of Māori doctoral students. In C. Denholm & T. Evans. (Eds.). Supervising doctorates downunder: Keys to successful doctoral study in Australia and New Zealand. (pp.164-172). Melbourne: ACER Press.

Kidman, J. (2005). Dissenters in the ranks: Students, citizenship and the global village. In J. Codd & K. Sullivan. (Eds.). Education policy directions in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Looking for a third way? (pp. 87-98). Melbourne: Dunmore-Thomson Press.

Kidman, J. (2004). Te hokinga o te tupapaku: The journey home. In W. Drewery, & L. Bird. (Eds.). Human development in Aotearoa: A journey through life (2nd Edition). (pp. 351-352). Australia: McGraw-Hill.

 

THESIS

Kidman, J. (2001). Travelling in the present historic: A case study of socialisation in an academic community in New Zealand. PhD Thesis. The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. 310pp.

 

REPORTS

Kidman, J., Chu, C., Fernandez, S. & Abella, I. (2015). Māori scholars and the university. Technical Report for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Māori Centre of Research Excellence, University of Auckland. (35,000 words). http://www.maramatanga.co.nz/sites/default/files/project-reports/Kidman%20Chu%20Fernandez%20Abella-%20Maori%20Scholars%20Final%20report%202015.pdf

Smith, L.T., Kepa, M., McKinley, E., Brewin, M., Corscadden, K., Doherty, W. Harris, M., Hill, D., Hohepa, M., Hoskins, T.K., Jenkins, K., Lee, J., Kidman, J., Penehira, M., Sadler, H., Stephens, C., Stewart, G., Royal Tangaere, A., Tauere, M., Penehira, M., Penetito, W., Woodard, H., & Williams, M. (2005). Curriculum review think piece. Commissioned Report to the Ministry of Education, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Auckland University.

Kidman, J., Hall, C., & Murray, L. (1996). Training needs analysis: Thesis supervisors and thesis students. UTDC, Victoria University of Wellington. 45pp.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Kidman, J. (2010). Review of the book: Neriko Musha Doerr, Meaningful inconsistencies: Bicultural nationhood, the free market, and schooling in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of Pacific History, 45(1), 175-176.

Kidman, J. (2009). Review of the book: John Barrington, Separate but equal? Māori schools and the Crown 1867-1969. Journal of Pacific History, 44(2), 224-225.

Kidman, J. (2001). Anne E. Gorsuch, Youth in revolutionary Russia: Enthusiasts, bohemians, delinquents. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 2000. New Zealand Slavonic Journal, 35, 281-283.

 

OTHER

Kidman, J. (2019, May 9). We need to talk about climate change. Times Higher Education Supplement.

Kidman, J. & O’Malley, V. (2018). Teaching the New Zealand Wars. PPTA News 39(7), 14.

O’Malley, V. & Kidman, J. (2018, October 30). The New Zealand wars and the school curriculum. Briefing papers

Kidman, J. (2012). Whither the Pacific? United Kingdom Forum for International Education and Training: Community of Practice.

Kidman, J. (2002). At the checkpoints. Hawaii Review. 59(25), 2.

Kidman, J. (2001). The Mariner’s wife. Meanjin. 60(1), 66-67.

Kidman, J. (1999). Cities, strangers, films. Linq. 26(2), 78-79.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS

Kidman, J., Ormond, A., & MacDonald, L. (2019). Walking with our ancestors: Decolonising indigenous youth studies in Aotearoa. AIATSIS. National Indigenous Research Conference. Brisbane 2-4 July.

Kidman, J. (2018). Decolonising Island time: Native temporalities in the New Zealand archipelago. The space between: A symposium on creativity, performance and impact in contemporary Island societies symposium. University of Hong Kong, 6-8 December.

Kidman, J. (2018). [Keynote Address]. Comparatively speaking: Notes on decolonising research. Oceania Comparative and International Education Society (OCIES), Wellington, 20-22 November.

Ormond, A., Kidman, J. & Tomlins-Jahnke, H.  (2018). Indigeneous Māori youth: Navigating the present and future. Youth Futures: Connection and Mobility in the Asia Pacific. Alfred Deakin Institute, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 15 – 16 November.

Kidman, J. & Ormond, A. & Tomlins-Jahnke, H. (2018). Ngā moemoea ō āpōpō: Empowering taiohi Māori for the future. International Indigenous Research conference. Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, University of Auckland. 13-16 November.

Kidman, J. (2018). Doing time in the colonized city: Indigenous youth solidarities in the ‘vivid present’. World Congress of Sociology, Toronto, 15-21 July.

Kidman, J. (2018). Māori youth in the colonized city and their dreams of the future. Presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New York City, 13-17 April. New York, NY: American Educational Research Association.

Chu, C. & Kidman, J. (2016). Race-ing the academic knowledge ‘gap’: Epistemic violence in New Zealand universities. 44th Annual Conference of the Oceania Comparative and International Educational Society (OCIES): Exploring equity gaps in education: Toward unity, not uniformity. 24-2

6 November, University of Sydney, Australia.

Chu, C. & Kidman, J. (2016). “We’re not the hottest ethnicity” – Diasporic Pacific encounters in neo-colonial academic space, Diasporas of the Pacific: Multilateral, Intergenerational and Transnational Conference, 22-25 April, Lautoka, Fiji.

Nairn, K. & Kidman, J. (2016). The significance of hope in climate change activism. Social Movements, Resistance and Social Change III: The Academic and Activist Interface. 1-3 September, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Kidman, J. (2015). Remembering and forgetting the colonial past at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Teaching and Learning Difficult Histories Conference, CUNY and University of Alberta, 24-26 June, New York.

Johnston, P., Kidman, J., & Nikora, L.W. (2014). The challenges and gratifications of being on a Māori research committee. International Indigenous Development Research Conference, 28-28 November, Auckland, New Zealand.

Kidman, J. (2008). Claiming the middle ground: Representations of indigenous Māori youth in New Zealand. Re-presenting Childhood 2nd International Conference. 7-9 July, Sheffield University, UK.

Kidman, J. (2008). Maori youth, education and the politics of location. Influences of Ecological Literacy, Culture and Place on Indigenous Children’s Learning Planning Workshop. 6-7 January, Taichung, Taiwan.

Kidman, J. (2008). Māori youth in New Zealand: Issues and Priorities. Shifting Margins, Shifting Centres: Negotiating Difference in Education in the Twenty-First Century. 17-19 April, Institute of Education, University of London, UK.

Kidman, J. (2008). Through our eyes: Cultural identity and visual literacies amongst Māori youth. Kimihia, Rangahaua: Inaugural Annual Toihuarewa Symposium. 15 October, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Kidman, J. (2008). Through our eyes: Cultural identity amongst Māori youth in New Zealand. Critical Issues: 2nd Global Conference – Visual Literacies: Exploring Critical Issues. 30 June – 2 July, Oxford University, UK.

Kidman, J. (2007). Shadows across the land: The landscapes of indigenous education in Aotearoa New Zealand. The 4th International conference on Indigenous Education: Asia/Pacific. 20-22 July, First Nations University of Canada, Vancouver, Canada.

Kidman, J., (2007). Through our eyes: the perceptions of Maori youth about education and the politics of location. The 4th International conference on Indigenous Education: Asia/Pacific. 20-22 July, First Nations University of Canada, Vancouver, Canada.

Kidman, J. (2005). Conference Convenor’s Welcome & Plenary session. Indigenous Knowledges Conference: Reconciling Academic Priorities with Indigenous Realities. 22-25 June, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.

Williams, L.R.T., Smith, L.T., Kidman, J., Phillips, H., McKinley, E. (2004). The Māori and indigenous doctoral support programme. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA), 4-7 July, Sarawak Malaysia.

Kidman, J. (2000). Gaps open and closed: Māori kids at school. Keynote Address, Leadership for Learning Conference, Deputy and Assistant Principals’ Association (DAPA), Masterton.