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Julie Andrews

Dr Julie Andrews - anthropologist, lecturer, consultant, advisor.

Julie Andrews

Lecturer & Researcher

About Me

Dr Andrews is an anthropologist and a Yorta Yorta woman. She is a member of the Dhulunyagan Family Clan of Ulupna and member of the Briggs-McCrae family. Dr Andrews has over 25 years experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education/employment policy, lecturing/curriculum Development and research. She is also a consultant for cultural awareness and staff development. Her research interests are past and present narrative particular to the construction of identity, mobility, history, racism and community development. Her research focus relates to regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Studies)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons)
PhD (Anthropology/Aboriginal Studies)

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