Terri Farrelly

Adjunct Fellow, Macquarie University, Dr

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20042022

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Biography

Dr Terri Farrelly is a settler researcher who is an Adjunct Fellow and Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University. With a health background, she completed her doctoral studies in Aboriginal suicide, and her work in this field has been dedicated to promoting the need for Aboriginal suicidologies. Working on a wide variety of Aboriginal health and wellbeing topics, Terri has collaborated with numerous Australian government and non-government organisations, both Aboriginal and mainstream, and worked extensively with and for many Aboriginal academics.  Terri has enjoyed a collaborative working relationship with Professor Bronwyn Carlson since 2004, and together they have co-authored the book Monumental Disruptions: Aboriginal People and Colonial Commemorations in So-Called Australia (Aboriginal Studies Press, 2023). They also have an edited collection due for release in 2023 titled The Palgrave Handbook on Rethinking Colonial Collaborations.

Education/Academic qualification

Aboriginal suicide, Doctor of Health Science, Charles Sturt University

Award Date: 20 Aug 2019

External positions

Independent Research Consultant

2005 → …

Director, The Echidna Group - Indigenous Research & Development Consultancy

20052013

Clinic Manager/Programs Coordinator, Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Service

20042007

Project Coordinator, Suicide Prevention Continuity of Care Development Project, Lifeline South Coast

20022005

Project Coordinator, Shoalhaven Aboriginal Safety Promotion Program, South East Sydney Illawarra Area Health Service

20012004

Hydrotherapist, Lawrence Hargrave Hospital

19922002

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