Revitalising Indigenous-State Relations: Geospatial Map

Academic

Eleanor Benson
School of Social and Political Sciences

Intern

Ke Hu
School of Languages and Linguistics

Project  Description

This ARC funded project seeks to create an accessible and interactive digital resource that visually maps the complex relations of governance between the Australian settler state and First Nations across time and space. The team created a map using leaflet that layered and contrasted geospatial data relating to changing governance structures and systems. Through this process the team hopes the map will function as an analytical tool to better understand Indigenous-state relations and will ultimately foreground the necessity of supporting First Nations governance initiatives.

Want to get involved with the Digital Studio internship program? We welcome applications from research students to undertake the internship, and from academics and external organisations interested in hosting an internship and supervising an intern.

Find out more