Indigenous Studies Small Research Projects Scheme

The Indigenous Studies Small Research Projects Scheme has been created to develop and support Indigenous Studies research at Swinburne University. It particularly aims to foster community and university collaborative research and to support Indigenous researchers.

2016 inaugural recipients

Linda Briskman,
Terri Libesman,
Beverly Whyman

A Mother’s Story

Samantha Edwards-Vandenhoek

Building Social Capital and Fostering Innovation through Digital Place-Making in the Ramingining Aboriginal Community, Central Arnhem Land

Karen Hughes,
Ellen Trevorrow

Photographing the Ngarrindjeri Fringe Camps; an exercise in history and healing

Andrew Peters, 
Justin Trounson

Port Phillip Prison Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men’s Homework Club

Stephanie Shepherd, James Ogloff, Laura Wilson

The relevance of Aboriginality in sentencing; Reducing inequality before the law or undermining individualised justice?

For further information please contact:

Professor Andrew Gunstone
Executive Director (Reconciliation Strategy and Leadership)
Professor of Indigenous Studies 

t: +61 3 9214 5101
e: agunstone@swin.edu.au