Training, education, and outreach

The Kathleen Fitzpatrick Fellowship recognizes mentoring achievement and capacity; it provides additional support for a mentoring program for early career women in particular, as well as developing Early Career Resarchers and Indigenous training opportunities.

Early Career Researcher workshops

2021

In 2021, we hosted two workshops:

2020

Due to COVID-19 our planned workshops for 2020 were postponed.

2019

In 2019 we held a workshop at Harvard:

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Workshop on Postcolonial Tensions Harvard 2019.

2018

Our first year was a bumper year for ECR workshops. They included one on the History of Eugenics, Deepening the Time of History, Deep Time and Indigenous Histories:

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Samia Khatun at the workshop on Indigenous history 2018.
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Pete Minard, Rebecca Collard, Lou Glover at the workshop on Indigenous history 2018.
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Masterclass in Deepening the Time of History at the Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Western Australia 2018.

Indigenous Future Leaders and Skills Training

2020 and 2021

Restrictions due to COVID-19 postponed other planned opportunities for 2020.

2019

2019 was an outstanding year in skills training in Broome, with Nyamba Buru Yawuru (NBY) undertaking a National Library Oral History Workshop and recordings added to the NLA’s Oral History Collection. More members of the Research Centre then had the opportunity to train with the National Library’s equipment at their 2020 Retreat.

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Shirleene Robinson, NLA and Naomi Appleby, Nyamba Buru Yawuru.

We acknowledge and celebrate the First Australians on whose traditional lands we meet, and pay our respect to the elders past, present, and emerging.


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