Having recently and successfully completed her PhD with Deakin University, Bronwyn is looking towards building her research and sharing her work across a range of platforms. She is also keen for opportunities to give back to the Indigenous communities she worked with whilst undertaking her research in Northeast Arnhem Land, Northern Australia. Her doctoral research contributes to the scholarship outlining the complex history of Indigenous-settler relations in settler-colonial contexts.
Through a detailed study of the opening decades (1923-1943) of the Methodist mission at Milingimbi, in Arnhem Land, Bronwyn argues the Mission was a co-produced space notwithstanding the encounters between missionaries and Yolŋu remained (and increasingly became) hierarchical.
Through a range of teaching and mentoring experiences, Bronwyn is now enjoying working within the team at Eastern to develop educational resources, capacity and engagement.
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