Publications: Carey, Michelle
Carey, M. (2015) The limits of cultural competence: an Indigenous Studies perspective. Higher Education Research & Development . In Press.
Carey, M. and Prince, M. (2014) Designing an Australian Indigenous Studies curriculum for the twenty-first century: Nakata's ‘cultural interface’, standpoints and working beyond binaries. Higher Education Research & Development, 34 (2). pp. 270-283.
Carey, Michelle (2008) Whitefellas and wadjulas: anti-colonial constructions of the non-aboriginal self. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Carey, M., Bell, R.W., Hobbs, R.J. and Meney, K. (2003) Understanding the recruitment biology of vegetation communities on saline soils. In: National Dryland Salinity Program : inspiration, celebration, aspiration : an R&D workshop recognising the achievements of NSDP Phase 2, 25 - 26 March, Adelaide, SA, Australia pp. 76-77.
Carey, M.H., Bell, R.W., Hobbs, R.J. and Meney, K.A. (2000) Simulating plant function along naturally saline rivers to restore plant communities affected by secondary salinisation. In: International Conference of the Society for Restoration Ecology (SER 2000) : Reflections on the Past - Directions for the Future, 4 - 7 September, Liverpool, UK.
Santich, S., Carey, M. and Bell, R.W. (2000) The effect of disturbance on the soil seed bank of Yate (Eucalyptus occidentalis) woodlands along a salinity-waterlogging gradient and implications for ecological restoration. In: ESA 2000: Ecology in a rapidly changing world, 29 November - 1 December, Melbourne, Australia.