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Nicole Curtin is a PhD candidate in the College of Indigenous Futures, Education and the Arts. Her research explores the intersections between education and social change. Prior to undertaking her PhD, she completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours and has a background working in the non-for-profit sector as a drug and alcohol counsellor/educator in residential rehabilitation, justice, and community settings.
- Community psychology
- Tourism and social change
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Sacred Aboriginal sites are yet again at risk in the Pilbara. But tourism can help protect Australia’s rich cultural heritageCurtin, N., Walker, C. & Woodroffe, T., 26 Aug 2022, The Conversation.
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“We are reconciliators”: When Indigenous tourism begins with agencyCurtin, N. & Bird, S., Mar 2022, In: Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 30, 2-3, p. 461-481 21 p.
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'More than a word’: Practicing reconciliation through Indigenous knowledge-sharing in tourismCurtin, N., Bird, S. & Woodroffe, T., 27 May 2021, The Conversation.
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