UQ DP190100647 Pride, Resilience and Identity: Reimagining Aboriginal Sport History through Community Engagement

  • Phillips, Murray (Principal Investigator/Chief Investigator A)
  • Osmond, Frederick (Co Investigator/Chief Investigator B)
  • Judd, Barry (Chief Investigator C)
  • Tatz, Colin (Chief Investigator D)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Discovery Project grant awarded to The University of Queensland.
    Sport is central to Indigenous communities, identities and cultures. This project aims to engage Australian Aboriginal communities in the history-making process by combining the passion for sport with culturally appropriate digital technologies. The anticipated goal is to expand our understanding of the complexity of Aboriginal existence under the State Protection Acts. The anticipated benefits include the empowerment associated with Aboriginal people reclaiming their histories, and scholarship that prioritises Aboriginal agendas, interests and narratives, facilitating reconciliation through an understanding of the multifaceted relationship between sport and Aborigines for key stakeholders in government, education and the private sector.
    Effective start/end date2/01/203/02/20


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