• working/reading

    I am reading through 'both ways' literature of Yolngu and non-Yolngu working their knowledge systems together. Alongside I am reading Lorraine Code's 2006 book Ecological Thinking. I am also browsing through blogs and discussions on knowledge work and community development.
  • About this Blog

    Here I post some of my work and thinking. It is a much harder task than I thought! It is an extension of my research on knowledge and difference connecting my experiences, reflections, formal written pieces, and hopefully friends and colleagues. As work and self cannot be separate this blog is both personal and intellectual. Comments are moderated because, while it is a site for collective work, it is not anonymous.
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Links

The Yolŋu Aboriginal Consultant’s Initiative is an emerging group of Indigenous consultants who are involved in collaborative research and consultancies through Charles Darwin University. There is a family of websites similar to this which have wonderful resources (such as Key Concept summaries) and writings. Related websites include Teaching From Country, and Maths as a Cultural Practice.

These are two website documenting Yolŋu research: Sharing True Stories, and The Yalu’ Story.

‘WGAR News’ monitors the media, focusing on the Northern Territory intervention along with other Aboriginal issues. Once a week you get a substantial collection media releases, opinion pieces and news items in their newsletter. To subscribe, email wgar.news@gmail.com and include the
words “subscribe WGAR News” in the message header.

I find the Australian Policy Online quite a good research for free publications, and very easy to search or browse.

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