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Biography

I am a Pairrebeenne Trawlwoolway woman from Tebrakunna Country in northeast Trouwerner/lutruwita/Tasmania and grew up on Awabakal Country in NSW. I am a Lecturer in the Discipline of Geography and Planning.

My research areas encompass human geography and Indigenous studies. With an interest in Indigenous and decolonising methodologies, my research focuses on relationality with Country, largely through Aboriginal cultural burning practices and fire.

 

 

Teaching

I currently teach into undergraduate and postgraduate units in the Discipline of Geography and Planning:

ENVS1018 Environmental Management for a Changing World

GEOP8070 Decolonising Planning

Education/Academic qualification

BInSt (Development Studies), The University of New South Wales

MDS (International Development), The University of New South Wales

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