Michael Prince
Bachelor of Arts (Languages and Linguistics); Certificate of Teaching English Language to Adults; Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary); Graduate Bachelor of Policy Studies (Honours)


Teaching area

Australian Indigenous Studies:

Introduction to Indigenous Popular Culture

Australian Indigenous Politics:  Historical Contexts and Contemporary Issues

Country, Nature and Identity:  Indigenous Sustainability

Indigeneity, Critical Theory and Social Justice

Professional and community service

I sit on the Vice Chancellor’s Sustainability Advisory Committee.

I am an Investigator (for student academic misconduct) for the School of Arts.

I was, for several years, Academic Chair for the Australian Indigenous Studies major, and on occasion Acting Director of the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre.



  • Carey, M., Prince, M., (2015), Designing an Australian Indigenous Studies curriculum for the twenty-first century: Nakata's 'cultural interface', standpoints and working beyond binaries, Higher Education Research and Development, 34, 2, pages 270 - 283.