Maggie Walter

 

 


 

Maggie Walter (PhD), a descendant of the trawlwoolway/prelunnener people from North Eastern Tasmania, is an Associate Professor in Sociology, teaching and researching in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Tasmania. Her research and publications range across the fields of Race Relations, Research Methods and Methodologies and Indigenous families and social policy. She is a long-term member of the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC) steering committee and is a founding member of the National Indigenous Researcher and Knowledges Network (NIRAKN).

More info: http://www.utas.edu.au/social-sciences/people/sociolology-and-sw-profile...




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Explores Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Māori history, society, culture, language and demography. In this course we build the distinctive stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia and Māori people in Aotearoa New Zealand over four modules. Our aim is to provide you with an understanding of our past and present realities. In the first module we overview the arrival of both Māori and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and settlement in our lands, exploring our respective culture and societies. In the 2nd module we detail the period of colonisation for both peoples, from the first European claims of discovery and ownership to establishment of Colonial Governments, the frontier wars and the disruption to our traditional societies and ways of life and the colonial containment practices that followed.

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