Critical Transdisciplinary Indigenous Studies Research Group

Organisation profile

Organisation profile

The Critical Transdisciplinary Indigenous Studies Research Group promotes Indigenous ownership and authorship of knowledge and data sovereignty. We play a critical role in ensuring research processes are ethical and operate in partnership with Indigenous Australian knowledge stakeholders. We recognise that Indigenous Australian communities are already knowledge producers with a stake in the research processes of Charles Sturt University. The Group has a programmatic research plan for sustaining a critical transdisciplinary Indigenous studies research paradigm in the Faculty of Arts and Education, which has implications for research collaborations within the regional footprint of Charles Sturt University in the long-term.

The Critical Research in Indigenous Studies Research Group brings together researchers and educators to build capacity for projects that address social justice, the Indigenous business economy, the Indigenous estate, sustainability, agriculture and land stewardship, Indigenous science and technology as well as education, health, and wellbeing. All of our projects are inclusive of workplace learning.


We welcome comments and inquiries from potential community and industry partners, researchers, and PhD students. Please contact Associate Professor Jay Phillips and Dr. Holly Randell-Moon.


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