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Whatman, Susan L. (2008) Wis Wei Youpla health? Health education in the Torres Strait. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrucken, Germany.
McLaughlin, Juliana M. & Whatman, Susan L. (2015) Beyond social justice agendas: Indigenous knowledges in pre-service teacher education and practice in Australia. In Napier, Diane Brook (Ed.) International Perspectives on Race (and Racism): Historical and Contemporary Considerations in Education and Society. NOVA Science Publishers, New York, pp. 1-19.
McLaughlin, Juliana M. & Whatman, Susan L. (2008) Embedding university perspectives in university teaching and learning : lessons learnt and possibilities for reforming/decolonising curriculum. In Heber, Robert Wesley (Ed.) Indigenous education : Asia/Pacific. Indigenous Studies Research Centre, First Nations University of Canada, Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan , pp. 123-146.
Whatman, Susan L. & Duncan, Pearl (2005) Community participation in Indigenous education: learning from the past, in policy and practice. In Phillips, Jean & Lampert, Jo (Eds.) Introductory Indigenous Studies in Education: the importance of knowing. Pearson Education Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW, pp. 117-138.
Hart, Victor G., Whatman, Susan L., McLaughlin, Juliana M., & Sharma-Brymer, Vinathe (2012) Pre-service teachers' pedagogical relationships and experiences of embedding Indigenous Australian knowledge in teaching practicum. Compare, 42(5), pp. 703-723.
McLaughlin, Juliana M. & Whatman, Susan L. (2011) The potential of critical race theory in decolonizing university curricula. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 31(4), pp. 365-377.
Phillips, Sandra R., Phillips, Jean, Whatman, Susan L., & McLaughlin, Juliana M. (2007) Introduction : issues in (re)contesting Indigenous knowledges and Indigenous studies. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 36S(Sup 1), pp. 1-6.
Whatman, Susan L. (2007) Australian Bureau of Statistics - Participation in Sport and Physical Recreation. ACHPER Action, 10(2), 1,4-4.
Whatman, Susan L. (2006) Another Triumphant Women in Sport Breakfast. ACHPER Action, 9(4), 1, 4-5.
Ellis, Bronwyn J. & Whatman, Susan L. (2006) Running triathlons in schools - not so difficult after all. ACHPER Action, 9(4), pp. 8-9.
Whatman, Susan L. (2005) Updating your fitness, sport and recreation qualifications. ACHPER Action, 8(3), pp. 8-12.
Whatman, Susan L. (2002) Teacher preparation in a remote Indigenous school: A human rights issue? Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 4(2), pp. 16-24.
Whatman, Susan L. (2000) Youth wellness and Torres Strait Islander girls: Challenges facing teachers in the Torres Strait. The ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 47(3-4), pp. 5-9.
McLaughlin, Juliana M., Whatman, Susan L., Katona, Mai, & Ross, Ruth (2008) Indigenous knowledge and effective parent / school partnerships : insights and issues from 4 school case studies. In Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Knowledge Conference, 2-4 July 2008, University of Tasmania, Hobart. (Unpublished)
Phillips, Jean & Whatman, Susan L. (2007) Decolonising Preservice Teacher Education - reform at many cultural interfaces. In The World of Educational Quality: 2007 AERA Annual Meeting, April 9-13, 2007, Chicago, United States of America. (Unpublished)
McLaughlin, Juliana M. & Whatman, Susan L. (2007) Embedding indigenous perspectives in university teaching and learning: lessons learnt and possibilities of reforming / decolonising curriculum. In 4th International Conference on Indigenous Education: Asia/ Pacific, 19-22 July, Vancouver, Canada. (Unpublished)
Whatman, Susan L. (2007) Wis Wei Youpla Health – The methodology and research protocols behind an investigation into community participation into health education decision making for Torres Strait Islander girls. In Jeffery, Peter L. (Ed.) Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE) Annual Conference, November, 26th - 30th, 2006, Adelaide.
Phillips, Jean, Whatman, Susan L., Hart, Victor G., & Winslett, Gregory M. (2005) Decolonising University Curricula – reforming the colonised spaces within which we operate. In The Indigenous Knowledges Conference - Reconciling Academic Priorities with Indigenous Realities, June 2005, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Hart, Victor G. & Whatman, Susan L. (1998) Decolonising the concept of knowledge. In HERDSA : Annual International Conference, July 1998, 7-10 July, 1998, Auckland, NZ.
McLaughlin, Juliana M. & Whatman, Susan L. (2010) Decolonising curricula in an Australian university : re-imagining curriculum through critical race theory. In World Congress in Comparative Education Conference, 14-18 June 2010, Istanbul, Turkey. (Unpublished)