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Research interests

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. 

Research interests

Indigenous archaeology

Historical archaeology

Contact archaeology

Indigenous / Australian history

Indigenous research methodologies

Indigenous epistemologies, ontologies, axiologies

Indigenous knowledges, philosophies

Indigenous research ethics

Indigenous capacity building / self-determination in research


Treaty making

Indigenous political representation

Research interests


Social science



Social justice



Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Archaeology in the Long Grass: A Study of Aboriginal Fringe Camps, Darwin, Australia, Flinders University

Award Date: 31 Oct 2019

Honours Degree

Award Date: 30 Dec 2008


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