BlakOut: An Anthology of First Nations Students' Scholarship
In March 2023, the SUPRA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Network launched the first issue of a new journal titled BlakOut: An Anthology of First Nations Students’ Scholarship.
BlakOut is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal. This edition contains the work of five deadly student scholars from across the University of Sydney. BlakOut is funded by and proudly supported by SUPRA and the SUPRA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Network.
The journal is available to download digitally, and a limited number of printed copies are available.
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Please note that this publication contains the names and images of people who have died.
BlakOut: An Anthology of First Nations Students’ Scholarship
SUPRA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Network, Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association (SUPRA)
Level 2, Holme Building (A09)
The University of Sydney
Issue 1, December 2022
Articles in Issue 1:
Lindsay McCabe – palawa
The Eternal Divide
Boston Seinor – Yadhaigana
The Illusion of Native Title: Colonial Protectionism in the Landmark Decisions of Mabo, Griffiths and Ward
Irene Higgins – Wiradjuri
‘I understand it takes a community to do research just like it takes a community to raise a child’, Aunty Shazza Taylor (Wiradjuri): A Narrative Review of First Nations’ Community Control and Power in Participatory and Community-Based Research Practices
Amy Davidson – Wiradjuri
The Role of Mining CSR in Undermining Indigenous Activism
Benjamin McGrory – Cammeraygal
My Father’s Daughter
Jessica Patterson – Taungurung
Indigenous Research Reclaimed: Principals, Promises and Political Will
Sandra Bandura – Qayqayt First Nation