Dr Bill Fogarty
PhD (The Australian National University)
MAAPD (The Australian National University)
DipEd (Northern Territory University)
BA (University of Canberra)
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Dr Bill Fogarty joined NCIS in April 2012 as its Research Associate and became a Research Fellow in August 2013. Bill has a PhD from the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) at The Australian National University, on the topic Learning Through Country: Competing Knowledge Systems and Place Based Pedagogy, and a Masters in Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (MAAPD) from the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences.
Dr Bill Fogarty has lived and worked in remote communities for over a decade and has extensive experience in research on Indigenous education, employment policy and service provision. He has qualifications in anthropology, communications, social research methods, education and applied development. He has worked on projects with a diverse range of organisations concerned with Indigenous Australia such as the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation, the Northern Land Council and the Northern Territory Government.
He has been a recipient of an Australian Research Council scholarship and has conducted research on Indigenous policy development, employment, education, land and sea management and equitable service provision.
Bill has a particular interest in the relationship between Indigenous and Western knowledge and the development of sustainable education and employment pathways in remote communities, as well as the role of education and knowledge in society more generally.
Research outputs: most recent
- Fogarty, William; Lovell, Melissa; Dodson, Mick, 'A view beyond review: Challenging assumptions in Indigenous education development', UNESCO Observatory Multi-disciplinary Journal in the Arts, The University of Melbourne Early Learning Centre, Vol.4, Iss.2, 2015, pp:1-21. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
- Schwab, Robert; Fogarty, William, 'Land, learning and identity: toward a deeper understanding of Indigenous Learning on Country', UNESCO Observatory Multi-disciplinary Journal in the Arts, The University of Melbourne Early Learning Centre, Vol.4, Iss.2, 2015, pp:1-16. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
- Fogarty, William; Bulloch, Hannah, 'Responsibility and resistance: Moral development in remote Indigenous Australia', presented at the Aotearoa NZ International Development Studies Network Biennial Conference 2014 'From Vulnerability to Resilience: Partnerships for Development' (27-29 November) on 29 November 2014. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. CONFERENCE PAPER.
- McDuffie, Magali; Fogarty, William; Sullivan, Patrick, 'Caring for Our Country: Yurung Dhaura Land Management Team', produced for the Environmental and Sustainable Development Department, ACT Government, Canberra, ACT on 30 April 2014. 92 pages. REPORT.
- Schwab, Jerry; Fogarty, William, 'Land, learning and identity: toward a deeper understanding of Indigenous ‘Learning on Country’', presented at the 2014 AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference ‘Breaking Barriers in Indigenous Research and Thinking: 50 years on’ on 26 March 2014. National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT, 26–28 March 2014. CONFERENCE PAPER.
- Fogarty, William; Dodson, Mick, 'Submission to the Northern Territory Indigenous Education Review', submitted to the Northern Territory Government Department of Education, Northern Territory on 19 March 2014. 8 pages. SUBMISSION.
- Fogarty, William, 'A case for ‘Place’: Critical place-based pedagogy and Indigenous education', presented at the 38th Annual ASAA/NZ Conference: on 11 December 2013. Raglan, NZ. CONFERENCE PAPER.
- Bulloch, Hannah; Fogarty, William, 'Freedom, governmentality and remote Indigenous Australia', presented at the 38th Annual ASAA/NZ Conference: on 11 December 2013. Raglan, NZ. CONFERENCE PAPER.
- Fforde, Cressida; Bamblett, Lawrence; Lovett, Ray; Gorringe, Scott; Fogarty, William, 'Discourse, deficit and identity: Aboriginality, the race paradigm and the language of representation in contemporary Australia', Media International Australia, Vol.149, 2013, pp:162-173. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
- Fogarty, William, 'Sharing the vision: moving forward', presented at the Indigenous Health Interest Group (IHIG) showcase 'Commitment to Indigenous Health: Local and National Contributions to Meeting the Challenges' on 2 October 2013. Mabo Room, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Lawson Cres, Canberra ACT. LECTURE.