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I am a Wiradjuri archaeologist, lecturer and researcher at Charles Darwin University. My research interests are Indigenous epistemologies, ontologies and axiologies; Indigenous research methodologies and ethics; Indigenous-Australian contact archaeology; Indigenous archaeology; historical archaeology; emancipation research methods; truth-telling Australian history and treaty making.
Indigenous / Australian history
Indigenous research methodologies
Indigenous epistemologies, ontologies, axiologies
Indigenous knowledges, philosophies
Indigenous research ethics
Indigenous capacity building / self-determination in research
Indigenous political representation
PhD, Archaeology in the Long Grass: A Study of Aboriginal Fringe Camps, Darwin, Australia, Flinders University
Award Date: 31 Oct 2019
Award Date: 30 Dec 2008
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Wesley, D., Van Duivenvoorde, W., Smith, M., Veys, F., Litster, M., Monteath, P., Popelka-Filcoff, R., Pollard, K. & Nayati, W.
2/11/20 → 31/12/22
24/01/23 → 23/01/28
The implications of Indigenous conceptual frameworks and methods for rethinking humanness as performanceSmith, C. & Pollard, K., 7 Dec 2022, In: Archaeological Dialogues. 29, 2, p. 130-132 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debate › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile13 Downloads (Pure)
Indigenous Women in Science: A proposed framework for leadership, knowledge, innovation, and complexityWoodroffe, T., Wallace, R., Guthadjaka, K., Funk, J., Maypilama, E. L., Ireland, S., Adair, R., Ober, R., Armstrong, S., Lowell, A. & Pollard, K., 16 Aug 2021, Advances in Global Education and Research. James, W., Çobanoğlu, C. & Çavuşoğlu, M. (eds.). 1 ed. Sarasota, US: University of South Florida M3 Center, Vol. 4. p. 1-16 16 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile48 Downloads (Pure)
Forum: Chatting About The Future Of Public Archaeology: Indigenous Views On The Future Of Public Archaeology In Australia. A Conversation That Did Not Happen.Pollard, K., Smith, C., Willika, J., Copley, V., Copley, V., Wilson, C., Poelina-Hunter, E. & Ah Quee, J., 2020, In: AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology. 10, p. 31-52 22 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile42 Downloads (Pure)