Indigenous Women’s Voices: 20 Years on from Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s Decolonizing Methodologies edited by Emma Lee and Jennifer Evans, part one

Emma Lee is a trawlwulwuy woman of tebrakunna country, north-east Tasmania, Australia. Her research fields over the last 25 years have focused on Indigenous affairs, land and sea management, natural and cultural resources, regional development, policy and governance of Australian regulatory environments.


Jen Evans is a dharug woman with dual connections to dharug and palawa country. She is a Research Fellow with the Rural Clinical School at the University of Tasmania whose research is focused on the valuing of natural environments, land use conflict, participatory GIS mapping and Indigenous methodologies.


Together, they are the anthology editors of Indigenous Women’s Voices: 20 Years on from Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s Decolonizing Methodologies. In part one of our episode, we’ll be discussing the reasons the editors wanted to reflect on Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s Decolonizing Methodologies 20 years after its publication, examples of colonization in academia, and the importance of incorporating indigenous voices into our institutions. We will delve into the process of making this an Open Access title and much much more. Take a listen.


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