Dr Richard Manning has been the recipient of various academic awards and scholarships, including a prestigious New Zealand Top Achiever Doctoral Scholarship. This was awarded by the New Zealand Foundation for Research, Science and Technology. Richard is particularly interested in researching how Critical and Indigenous pedagogies of place can be applied to support inter-disciplinary efforts to address traumatic histories, Treaty of Waitangi and Indigenous education issues locally, nationally and internationally.
- Harrison N., Stanton S., Manning R. and Penetito W. (2022) Teaching in the name of justice: empathy and vulnerability as a basis for understanding difficult histories. Pedagogy, Culture and Society 30(5): 681-696. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14681366.2020.1845786.
- Manning R. (2022) He Hīnaki Tukutuku? A SWOT analysis of the Aotearoa New Zealand history curriculum refresh (Years 1-13). Te Pouhere Kōrero Special Edition(1).
- Tolbert S., Mackey G., Manning R., Carter H. and Hayward B. (2020) Social Agency and Ecoliteracy: Seeds of Change for Teacher Education in Uncertain Climate Futures. Set: Research Information for Teachers Online First.
- Macfarlane A., Manning R., Ataria J., Macfarlane S., Derby M. and Clarke TH. (2019) Wetekia kia rere: the potential for place-conscious education approaches to reassure the indigenization of science education in New Zealand settings. Cultural Studies of Science Education 14(2): 449-464. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11422-019-09923-0.
- Manning RF. and Harrison N. (2018) Narratives of Place and Land: Teaching Indigenous Histories in Australian and New Zealand Teacher Education. Australian Journal of Teacher Education 43(9) 4: 59-74. http://dx.doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2018v43n9.4.