Barry Judd is Professor of Indigenous Studies with RMIT's School of Global, Urban and Social Studies.
- Gorman, S.,Judd, B.,Reeves, K.,Osmond, G.,Klugman, M.,McCarthy, G. (2016). Aboriginal Rules: the black history of Australian football In: International Journal of the History of Sport, , 1 - 17
- Judd, B.,Butcher, T. (2015). To play Papunya: The problematic interface between a remote Aboriginal community and the organization of Australian Football in Central Australia In: Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 18, 543 - 551
- Butcher, T.,Judd, B. (2015). Cultural encounters with sporting organization: Ethico-politics at the interface of Indigenous culture and organization In: The Routledge companion to ethics, politics and organizations, Routledge, New York, United States
- Butcher, T.,Hallinan, C.,Judd, B. (2015). Traversing ontological dispositions: The intersection between remote Indigenous communities and elite urban-based men's football organisation In: Ethnographies in Sport and Exercise Research, Routledge, United States
- Judd, B.,Butcher, T. (2015). Aboriginal football and the Australian game In: Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2015, 58 - 64
- Judd, B. (2014). From Paris to Papunya: Postcolonial Theory, Australian Indigenous Studies and 'Knowing' 'the Aborigine' In: Ngapartji ngapartji - in turn, in turn: ego-histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia, ANU Press, Australia
- Barrow, E.,Judd, B. (2014). Whitefellas at the margins: The politics of going native in post-colonial Australia In: International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 7, 1 - 15
- Judd, B.,Hallinan, C. (2013). Indigenous reconciliation games: Selling Australian football as the new game to the new South Africa In: Native Games: Indigenous Peoples and Sports in the Post-Colonial World Research in the Sociology of Sport, Volume 7, Emerald Publishing, UK
- Butcher, T.,Judd, B. (2013). On nostalgia: organizational ethnography and 'the postmodern condition' In: Proceedings of the 29th European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium: Bridging Continents, Cultures and Worldviews, Montr�al, Canada, North America, 4-6 July, 2013
- Judd, B.,Hallinan, C. (2012). No Ashes: West Indies as the team of choice for Indigenous Australians In: Sport in Society, 15, 1110 - 1120
- Wellbeing not Winning: remote Indigenous identity and organised sport. Funded by: ARC Discovery Indigenous 2014 from (2015 to 2017)
- Well Being Not Winning: Playing on Country Australian Football at Papunya. Funded by: National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network Grants 2015 from (2015 to 2015)
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
5 PhD Current Supervisions
Australian identity, Aboriginal identity in Post-Colonial Australia, Aboriginal people in Australian sport, Aboriginal education policy.