The 2021 NEAS Management Conference was held 6-7 May,
livestreamed from Doltone House in Sydney.

All conference content is now available for viewing.

If you attended the conference, you can access the recordings from the NEAS Management Conference Online Platform (check your email for your unique access link).

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Planning for the 2022 event is underway and details will be announced shortly.

Professor Jakelin Troy

Professor Jakelin Troy

The University of Sydney

Presentation

Indigenous Languages Research Methodologies and Community Engaged Research Practices

Bio

Director, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research

My research interests are currently focussed on documenting, describing and reviving Indigenous languages. I have a new focus on the Indigenous languages of Pakistan, including Saraiki of the Punjab and Torwali of Swat. I have two Australian Research Council Discovery Projects one with Prof John Maynard on the history of Aboriginal missions and reserves in eastern Australia and the history of Aboriginal people who were not institutionalised. The other DP is about the practise of ‘corroboree’ by Aboriginal people in the ‘assimilation period’ of the mid C20 in Australia. I am interested in the use of Indigenous research methodologies and and community engaged research practises. I am Aboriginal Australian and my community is Ngarigu of the Snowy Mountains in south eastern Australia.

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