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Associate Professor Tristan Kennedy is an Indigenous researcher interested in the emerging configurations of digital global citizenship and Indigenous peoples’ futures in academia. He has conducted research into Indigenous peoples’ experiences of harmful content on social media and how Indigenous bands and music fans use digital technology to establish digital communities of resistance. He is currently investigating the affordances of digital technology in relation to Indigenous peoples’ innovation and success in higher education in Australia and internationally. Tristan is a member of the newly established Centre for Global Indigenous Futures.

Education/Academic qualification

Sociology, Doctor of Philosophy, Flinders University

Award Date: 26 Sep 2019

Sociology, Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Flinders University

… → 2011

Education, Graduate Diploma in Education, The University of Adelaide

… → 2008

External positions

Associate Lecturer, Flinders University

15 Jun 201529 Jan 2018


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