Christine Tarbett-Buckley

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Christine Tarbett-Buckley has research interests in the working concepts, practices and procedures of heritage institutions. Awarded in 2022 by Charles Darwin University, her doctoral thesis examined social and material aspects of Australian heritage work in the Northern Territory. Christine previously worked as the Head of Collections at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT). Originally trained as an archaeologist in Ireland, she has resided in the Territory since 1991. Christine is an honorary Emeritus Curator at MAGNT and an Adjunct Research Associate with the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University. 

 

Research interests: 

  • The ‘Museum’: examining institutional concepts and contemporary agency of museums and collections. 
  • Australian heritage: exploring the infrastructural dynamics of policies and practices that make and manage heritage. 

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