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Barney, Katelyn (2014) A discussion with Sandy O'Sullivan about key issues for the Australian Indigenous Studies Learning and Teaching Network. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 43 1: 52-57. doi:10.1017/jie.2014.7 42   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Bendrups, Dan, Barney, Katelyn and Grant, Catherine (2013) An introduction to sustainability and ethnomusicology in the Australasian context. Musicology Australia, 35 2: 153-158. doi:10.1080/08145857.2013.844470 40   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Mackinlay, Elizabeth, Barney, Katelyn and Creagh, Susan (2014). Becoming, belonging and being in the profession: evaluating a mentoring program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander initial teacher educators. In: Australian Teacher Education Association Annual Conference 2014: Refereed Papers Collection. ATEA 2014: Australian Teacher Education Association Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW, Australia, (186-199). 6-9 July, 2014. 65 15
Mackinlay, Elizabeth, Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh and Barney, Katelyn (2009). Beginning the musical voyage: An introduction. In Musical islands: Exploring connections between music, place and research (pp. xix-xxv) Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars. 60  
Barney, Katelyn (2008). 'Black, urban, contemporary, strong and beautiful': Exploring how Indigenous Australian women performers are positioned in the popular media.. In Collinson, Ian (Ed.), Whose Popular Music? Industry, Performers, Fans: Selected Proceedings from the 2006 IASPM Australia and New Zealand Conference 1st ed. (pp. 65-76) Ryde, N.S.W.: Internat Assoc of the Study of Popular Music, ANZ Branch and Perfect Beat. 148  
Barney, K.S. (2005). Celebration or Cover Up? "My island home" Australian national identity and the spectacle of Sydney 2000.. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance 1st ed. (pp. 141-150) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. 146  
Barney, Katelyn (2011) Cherbourg that's my home: celebrating landscape through song. Queensland Historical Atlas, . 79 1
Barney, Katelyn and Proud, Monique (2014). Collaborative music research at the contact zone in Cherbourg, an Aboriginal community in Queensland. In Katelyn Barney (Ed.), Collaborative ethnomusicology: new approaches to music research between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians (pp. 81-96) Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Lyrebird Press. 70 4
Barney, Katelyn (2012) Conversations, collaborations and contestations: building a dialogue between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in ethnomusicological research. Altitude, 10 1-20. 92 1
Barney, Katelyn and Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2010) Creating rainbows from words and transforming understandings: enhancing student learning through reflective writing in an Aboriginal music course. Teaching In Higher Education, 15 2: 161-173. doi:10.1080/13562511003619995 65   3 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Barney, Katelyn (2010) Gendering Aboriginalism: A performative gaze on Indigenous Australian women. Cultural Studies Review, 16 1: 212-239. 84 7
Barney, Katelyn (2009) Hop, skip and jump: Indigenous Australian women performing within and against Aboriginalism. Journal of Music Research Online, 1 1-19. 124  
Barney, Katelyn (2014). Introduction. In Katelyn Barney (Ed.), Collaborative Ethnomusicology: new approaches to music research between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians (pp. 1-8) Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Lyrebird Press. 43 2
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2012) Introduction. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 41 1: 1-9. doi:10.1017/jie.2012.2 48   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Barney, Katelyn, Shannon, Cindy and Nakata, Martin (2014) Introduction: exploring the scope of the Australian indigenous studies learning and teaching network. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 43 1: 1-7. doi:10.1017/jie.2014.2 36   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Barney, Katelyn (2013). Lexine Solomon: songs of connection and celebration by a Torres Strait Islander. In Ruth Hellier (Ed.), Women Singers in Global Contexts: Music, Biography, Identity (pp. 131-145) Urbana, IL, USA: University of Illinois Press. 78 5 0
Barney, Katelyn and Solomon, Lexine (2009). Looking into the trochus shell: Autoethnographic reflections on a cross-cultural collaborative music research project. In Brydie-Leigh Bartleet and Carolyn Ellis (Ed.), Musical autoethnographies: Making autoethnography sing/making music personal (pp. 208-225) Bowen Hills, Qld: Australian Academic Press. 346  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2008) "Move over and make room for Meeka": The representation of race, otherness and indigeneity on the Australian children's television programme Play School. Discourse, 29 2: 273-288. doi:10.1080/01596300801967011 297 12 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Barney, Katelyn (2014). Musical entanglements at the contact zone: exploring Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian collaborations through contemporary music. In: Jadey O'Regan and Toby Wren, Communities, Places, Ecologies: Proceedings of the 2013 IASPM-ANZ Conference. IASPM-ANZ 2013 Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (1-12). 24-26 November 2013. 24 14
Barney, Katelyn (2007) On the margins: Torres Strait Islander women performing contemporary music. Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures, 1 2: 70-90. 87 3
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2012) Pearls not problems: exploring transformative education in indigenous Australian studies. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 41 1: 10-17. doi:10.1017/jie.2012.3 66   Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2014) PEARLs, problems and politics: exploring findings from two teaching and learning projects in indigenous Australian studies at the university of Queensland. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 43 Special Issue 1: 31-41. doi:10.1017/jie.2014.5 47   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Barney, K. S. (2006) Playing Hopscotch: How Indigenous women performers resist Aboriginalist constructs of race.. Crossings, 11 1: 1-11. 92  
Barney, Katelyn Sarah (2006). Playing musical hopscotch: How Indigenous Australian women perform around, within and against Aboriginalism. PhD Thesis, School of Music, The University of Queensland. 606 64
Barney, K.S. (2004). Repositioning Music Analysis: Preparatory thoughts for a case study of Indigenous Australian women's contemporary music. In M. Ewans, R. Halton and J.A. Philips (Ed.), Music Research: New Directions for a New Century 1st ed. (pp. 156-165) Buckinghamshire: Cambridge Scholars Press. 54  
Barney, K. S. (2006) Rethinking, redesigning and reflecting on teaching and learning Indigenous Australian music. Music Education Research and Innovation, 13 1: 2-30. 59  
Barney, Katelyn (2007) Sending a message: How Indigenous Australian women use contemporary music recording technologies to provide a space for agency, viewpoints and agendas. World of Music, 49 1: 105-123. 395 2 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Barney, Katelyn and Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2010) "Singing trauma trails": Songs of the Stolen Generations in Indigenous Australia. Music and Politics, 4 2: e1-e25. doi:10.3998/mp.9460447.0004.202 395 6 0
Barney, Katelyn (2012) ‘Sing loud, break through the silence’: musical responses to the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. Perfect Beat: The Pacific journal of research into contemporary music and popular culture, 13 1: 69-94. doi:10.1558/prbt.v13i1.69 135   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Barney, Katelyn and Solomon, Lexine (2011). Songs for survival: Exploring resilience and resistance in the contemporary songs of Indigenous Australian women. In Andy Brader (Ed.), Songs of resilience (pp. 49-72) Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 110 6
Barney, Katelyn (2013) 'Taking your mob with you': giving voice to the experiences of Indigenous Australian postgraduate students. Higher Education Research and Development, 32 4: 515-528. doi:10.1080/07294360.2012.696186 79   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 5
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2011). Teaching and learning for social justice: An approach to transformative education in Indigenous Australian studies. In Greg Williams (Ed.), Talking back, talking forward: Journeys in transforming Indigenous educational practice (pp. 117-128) Darwin, NT, Australia: Charles Darwin University Press. 164 15
Barney, Katelyn and Solomon, Lexine (2009). "The memories linger on, but the stories tell me who I am": A conversation between an Indigenous Australian performer and a non-Indigenous music researcher. In Mackinlay, Elizabeth, Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh and Barney, Katelyn (Ed.), Musical islands: Exploring connections between music, place and research (pp. 70-93) Cambridge (UK): Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 118  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2010) Transformative learning in first year Indigenous Australian Studies: Posing problems, asking questions and achieving change. A practice report. International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 1 1: 91-99. 94 4
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Barney, Katelyn (2014) Unknown and unknowing possiblities: transformative learning, social justice and decolonising pedagogy in Indigenous Australian Studies. Journal of Transformative Education, 12 1: 54-73. doi:10.1177/1541344614541170 76 15 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 2
Katelyn Barney (2008) 'We're women we fight for freedom': Intersections of race and gender in contemporary songs by Indigenous Australian women performers.. Women's Studies Journal, 22 1: 3-19. 90  
Barney, K.S. (2004) "Where is their costume, where is their paint?" Exploring how Indigenous Australian women construct and negotiate their Indigeneity through contemporary music. Perfect Beat. The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture., 7 1: 42-59. 191 2
Barney, K. S. (2006) 'Women singing up big': the growth of contemporary music recordings by Indigenous Australian women artists.. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 1 44-56. 60