Participants

2022 Cohort

NameTitleInstitution

Kawsar Ali

Digital Settler Colonialism: A Comparative and Transnational Australia-United States Analysis

Department of Media, Communications, Creative Arts, Language, and Literature,  Macquarie University

Adele Aria

Unsettling and decolonising the dominant paradigm of understanding and defining domestic and family violence (DFV) in Australia: Centring complexity and diversity in coloniality

Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Monash University

Scheherazade Bloul

Digital contestations and solidarity: post-colonial subjectivities in Morocco and in the diaspora

Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation,  Deakin University

Alex Bowen

Communication about criminal law and justice with NT Aboriginal defendants

School of Languages and Linguistics, the University of Melbourne

Theodore Butcher-Cornet

The potential of treaty-making in re-defining Indigenous-settler relations: towards Indigenous emancipation From the Australian settler colonial order?

School of Law, University of Queensland

Anna Cameron

The harms of Child Protection against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University

Jaqueline Cammell

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in child protection systems: a comparative study of approaches in Australia and Canada

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Ai Ming Chow

Reimagining the Indigenous Art Market: Site of Decolonisation and Reassertion of Indigenous Cultures

Department of Management & Marketing, Faculty of Business and Economics, the University of Melbourne

Jessica Clark

Who’s Afraid of Aboriginal Art?

School of Fine Arts and Music, the University of Melbourne

Emily Cox

Decolonising contemporary design practice: Understanding the power dynamics in relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and Settler Australians in the built environment

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Emily Dawson

Aboriginal Advocacy, Resistance and Resilience in Australian Education Systems

Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne

Jean Dinco

Framing the Rohingya Crisis: An examination of how government discourse gets replicated in online public opinion

Institute of Cyber Security, UNSW Canberra

Claire Dixon

Integrating Indigenous knowledges and perspectives into engineering education

Department of Infrastructure Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, the University of Melbourne

Mandy Downing

Subject and Object: Restructuring relationships in the ethics of research involving Indigenous peoples in Australia

School of Culture and Communication, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne

Anna Dunn

Navigating rock relations in protected area management

Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, the University of Sydney

Anaïs Duong-Pedica

The Politics of Mixed-Race Identity and Decolonization in Kanaky-New Caledonia

Gender Studies and Minority Research profile, Faculty of Arts, Psychology and Theology, Åbo Akademi University

Catherine Gay

All life and usefulness: Girls in nineteenth-century Victoria

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Samara Hand

Beyond Educational Genocide: The challenge of realising Indigenous Peoples’ right to education in settler colonial states

Faculty of Law and Justice, the University of New South Wales

Ben Harrap

The health of Aboriginal children and its intersection with the child protection system in Western Australia

Indigenous Epidemiology and Health Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, Medicine Dentistry and Health Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Peter Hayes

Operationalising co-design and a mixed-method longitudinal cohort study in Indigenous program evaluation: Opportunities and lessons from the Lower Gulf region?

School of Demography, the Australian National University

Carly Heinrich

Re-imagining fat: disrupting Australian fatphobia with First Nations’ oral histories of relations

Justice and Society, the University of South Australia

Pip Henderson

Whiteness in education and schools: learning from lived experiences of young Aboriginal students and their families to understand manifestations of whiteness in primary schools

Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity, Flinders University

Suzannah Henty

Friendship, Global Alliances and Decoloniality in Palestine and Australia: A study on contemporary anti-colonial video art

Department of Art History, School of Culture and Communications, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne

Leeza Holguin

A Childhood of My Own: Decolonizing Indigenous Education Policies in Pursuit of a Self-Determined Utopia

School of Social and Political Science and Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne

Rebecca Howe

Governing gender through governing access to gender-affirming medical technologies: A critical comparative analysis of trans health policy

Department of Social Work, School of Education and Social Work, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the University of Sydney

Holly Ireland

The Racial Logics of Molwa Law: Yorta Yorta v The State of Victoria

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University

Mireille  Kayeye

Empowerment of Women Seeking Asylum

School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Faculty of Science, the University of Melbourne

Therese Keogh

Narrating Excessive Grounds: Navigating the Spoils of Extraction through Writing

Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne

Vicki Kerrigan

Frontier healthcare: developing culturally safe communication at Royal Darwin Hospital

Menzies School of Health Research, Charles Darwin University

Emmeline Kildea

The Australian Ruin: narratives and parameters of Australian settler colonialism

School of Media and Communication, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University

Ben Latham

Indigitized: Digital Transmissions of Indigenous Eco-Knowledge

Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, King's College London

Tamara Lipscombe

Deconstructing Sociocultural Tensions associated with ‘Australia Day’

School of Population Health, Curtin University

Kajsa Lundberg

Ordinary Harms and Extraordinary Crises: Environmental Harm and Fire on the Edges of the City

Criminology, School of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne

Shelly McGrath

How do systemic criminalisation processes deployed by settler-colonial states impact on the socio-political delegitimisation of First Nations peoples, and how are Indigenous resurgences countering these praxes?

Wollotuka Institute of Indigenous Education and Research, the University of Newcastle

Katy McKeown

Cleamnhas; The Affinity Project

School of Fine Arts and Music, the University of Melbourne

Martin McKowen

Community Development Principles and Indigenous Self-Determination

Justice and Society, the University of South Australia

Kathy Min

The Unheard: A Comparison of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and the 2004 Redfern Riots

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Pekeri Ruska

‘Weapons of Warriors: Strategies of resistance in exercising Quandamooka Sovereignty’

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University

Gabrielle Rutter

Boats, Bush Remedies and Brands: Settler (Mis)use of Bush Medicine in Australia, 1788-1916

School of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University

Susan Ryan

Deconstructing the colonial view of Wadawurrung Country: knowledge drawn from John Wedge’s Field Books of 1835-1836

School of Architecture and Built Environment, Deakin University

Callum Stewart

Nation, Race, and Age: the temporalities of White national fantasies

Department of Political Sciences, School of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne

Sarah Stoller

Perceiving values in Indigenous policy collaboration

School of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne

Lillian Tait

Wekwek en wokwok mijimit bla maindim dismob stori blanga Yurrapanji | Working and walking together to look after these stories about Urapunga

Discipline of Geography and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Macquarie University

Franka  Vaughan

Who is a Liberian anyway? The claim for formalised identity by diasporic Liberians

School of Social and Political Science, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne

Ripeka Walker

Tāringa Kōhatu: Activation of the Civic Realm through Cultural Protocol

Architecture, Urban Design, Indigenous Practice, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the University of Melbourne

Alice Wighton

Mobilising strategies for decolonial futures: The effects of change discourse in higher education

Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne

Bianca Williams

Colonial politics: Why the imagined victim of coercive control will never be an Indigenous woman

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University

Megan Wood

Place-informed literacy in the Murrinhpatha language maintenance classroom

School of Languages, Literature and Linguistics, the Australian National University

2021 Cohort

NameTitleInstitution

Daphne Arapakis

Postcolonial denial, ‘white-but-not-white-enough’ privilege, and reconciliatory responsibility with First Nations

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Jocelyn Bardot

Mapping Dja Dja Wurrung Obejcts Through Global Museum Networks: Historiographies, inventories and provenances

School of Culture and Communication, the University of Melbourne

Alex Bowen

Communication about criminal law and justice with NT Aboriginal defendants

School of Languages and Linguistics, the University of Melbourne

Nina Cass

Inside Australian universities: The participation of Indigenous peoples in higher education

The Faculty of Education, the University of Cambridge

Jessica Clark

Who’s Afraid of Aboriginal Art?

School of Fine Arts and Music, the University of Melbourne

Emily Cox

Decolonising contemporary design practice: Understanding the power dynamics in relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and Settler Australians in the built environment

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Emily Dawson

Aboriginal Advocacy, Resistance and Resilience in Australian Education Systems

Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne

Anna Dunn

Navigating rock relations in protected area management

Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, the University of Sydney

Simon Farley

‘Alien Hordes’: A cultural history of biological invasions in Australia

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Catherine Gay

All life and usefulness: Girls in nineteenth-century Victoria

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Anastasia Gramatakos

 

School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Pip Henderson

Whiteness in education and schools: learning from lived experiences of young Aboriginal students and their families to understand manifestations of whiteness in primary schools

Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity, Flinders University

Natalie Ironfield

The (im)possibilities of criminal legal system reform: An Indigenous critique of the Australian colonial carceral state

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Vicki Kerrigan

Frontier healthcare: developing culturally safe communication at Royal Darwin Hospital

Menzies School of Health Research, Charles Darwin University

Priya Kunjan

 

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Shane Lestideau

Developing Historically Informed Performance Practices of Scottish-Australian Music Manuscripts

School of Fine Arts and Music, the University of Melbourne

Shelly McGrath

How do systemic criminalisation processes deployed by settler-colonial states impact on the socio-political delegitimisation of First Nations peoples, and how are Indigenous resurgences countering these praxes?

Wollotuka Institute of Indigenous Education and Research, the University of Newcastle

Katy McKeown

Cleamnhas; The Affinity Project

School of Fine Arts and Music, the University of Melbourne

Martin McKowen

Community Development Principles and Indigenous Self-Determination

Justice & Society, the University of South Australia

Sumaiya Muyeen

from stigmatic bodies to poetic flesh: Muslim-fem experiments in desire

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Matt Novacevski

Looking Through Layers - Towards Post-colonial Placemaking Evaluation in Australia

School of Architecture, Building and Planning, the University of Melbourne

Catalina Labra Odde

Mapping Jaara Women’s Knowledge with Historical and Archaeological Data – Narratives of Australian Aboriginal Food and Fire

Department of Archaeology and History and Department of Social Inquiry, La Trobe University

Stefanie Oliver

From Isolation to Inclusion: Embracing local perspectives in examining the treatment model of care for Aboriginal persons affected by tuberculosis or leprosy in the Kimberley region, North Western Australia

School of Medicine, the University of Notre Dame Australia

Jason O’Neil

Wiradjuri mayiny on centring First Nations: Redefining self-determination in Australian public policy

Nura Gili Centre for Indigenous Programs, the University of New South Wales

Michelle O’Toole

Engaging with alterity: non-Māori learners of te reo Māori in Whakatāne, Aotearoa New Zealand

Department of Social Inquiry, La Trobe University

Péta Phelan

Aboriginal LGBTIQSB+ Social and Emotional Wellbeing: Re-making engagement with us at the centre

School of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Caitlyn Pryse

Learners Use YouTube Comments to Disrupt the Universality of Australian School Mathematics

Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne

Carol Que

Anticolonial boycott: Infrastructures of refusal, connectivity, and continuity

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Isaac Roberts

Parallel Journeys: Indigenous and Jewish Relationships from 1788

Department of Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University

Catherine Ryan

Making it up as we go: Improvisational theatre practices and child/adult relationships

Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne

Susan Ryan

Deconstructing the colonial view of Wadawurrung Country: knowledge drawn from John Wedge’s Field Books of 1835-1836

School of Architecture and Built Environment, Deakin University

Tasnim Sammak

Tracing 9/11 Muslim political subjectivities and imaginaries in settler colonial Australia

The Faculty of Education, Monash University

Danish Sheikh

A Jurisprudence of Repair

Melbourne Law School, the University of Melbourne

William Sheldon

After the Empire - Governance, Planning and Sustainable Indigenous Development in Australia

School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, the University of Melbourne

Priyanka Shivadas

On Reading the Fourth World: A Trans-Indigenous Study of Indigenous Literatures of Australia and India

School of Humanities and Social Sciences, UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy

Jarrod Sim

An Ethnography of the Paridrayan Soundscape

School of Archaeology and Anthropology, the Australian National University

Archie Thomas

Envisioning self-determination: contesting the future in remote Aboriginal bilingual schools

School of International Studies and Education and the Australian Centre for Public History, the University of Technology Sydney

Austin Tseng

Chinese-Australians and Anti-Blackness: Settler Media Discourses Since Federation

Faculty of Arts and the Asia Institute, the University of Melbourne

Vanessa Whittington

Moved to care for Country? Visitors, landscape, affect and the role of heritage interpretation

Institute of Culture and Society, Western Sydney University

Janelle Young

Representations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Australian social work discourse

School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne