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Biography

Rose Barrowcliffe is Butchulla and a post-doctoral research fellow at Macquarie University. Rose’s research examines the representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in archives and her postdoc specifically focusses on embedding Indigenous perspectives in metadata to support discoverability and access of records for Indigenous peoples. In 2021, Rose was appointed the inaugural First Nations Archives Advisor to the Queensland State Archives (QSA). This appointment coincided with the Queensland Government’s Path to Treaty. Rose’s work is helping to guide QSA to promote the use of records for Indigenous self-determination to support the Treaty process and beyond. In addition to this, Rose is an active member of the Indigenous Archives Collective (IAC).

Education/Academic qualification

Archives, PhD, Reading between the lines: Uncovering Butchulla history in the K'gari Research Archive, University of the Sunshine Coast

5 Nov 201816 Jan 2023

Award Date: 17 Jan 2023

External positions

First Nations Archives Advisor, Queensland State Archives

1 Jul 2021 → …

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