Welcome to the National Centre for Indigenous Studies
Led by Professor Mick Dodson, the National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS) promotes and initiates cross-disciplinary research and teaching in a wide range of areas of relevance to Indigenous Australians. Through this research, NCIS aims to deepen Australia's understanding of Indigenous cultures and histories and ensure Indigenous knowledge, perspectives and experiences are respected, valued, accessed and incorporated into all learning environments at The Australian National University (ANU) and beyond.
NCIS staff and Higher Degree by Research (HDR) candidates are involved in a range of research projects across the field of Indigenous studies.
Acknowledgement of country
Study at NCIS
Recent publications & submissions
Fogarty, W. & Dodson, M. (2014) 'Submission to The Northern Territory Indigenous Education Review' (PDF 551KB).
Fforde, C., Bamblett, L., Lovett, R., Gorringe, S. & Fogarty, W. (2013) 'Discourse, deficit and identity: Aboriginality, the race paradigm and the language of representation in contemporary Australia', Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, vol. 149, pp. 162-173.
Fogarty, W. (2013) 'Indigenous Education – Policy, Pedagogy, and Place', in R. Craven, A. Dillon and N. Parbury (ed.), In Black & White: Australians All at the Crossroads, Connor Court Publishing, Ballan, pp. 247-266.
Curkpatrick, S. (2013) 'Yothu Yindi and the Yolngu culture: dreaming of a brighter day.' The Conversation.
Guthrie, J. (2013) 'Senate inquiry into the value of a Justice Reinvestment approach to criminal justice in Australia,' (PDF 257KB) submission to the Senate Committee on Legal and Constitution Affairs inquiry into the value of a Justice Reinvestment approach to criminal justice in Australia, March 2013, pp15.
Guthrie, J. & Walter, M. (2013) 'The positioning of Indigenous Australians as health care recipients,' in C. Banwell, S. Ulijaszek & J. Dixon (eds), When culture impacts health: Global lessons for effective health research, Elsevier: London, Waltham, San Diego, pp.239-249.