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Troy Meston is an Indigenous Studies lecturer researching across the Schools of Education and Humanities at Griffith University. Troy is a Gamilleroi man (N.W. New South Wales) and will bring to the Centre extensive national research and industry experience, including work with peak agencies such as [...]
Dr Marnee Shay is an ARC DAATSIA senior research fellow in the School of Education at the University of Queensland. Marnee’s maternal connections are to Wagiman country (Northern Territory) and she also has strong connections to Aboriginal communities in South East Queensland where she was born an [...]
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