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About Jillian K. Marsh

Jillian K. Marsh is of Adnyamathanha descent and member of the Yura community of the northern Flinders Ranges region of South Australia. She received her Ph.D. in environmental studies from the University of Adelaide in 2013, where she examined the government regulatory process known as ‘impact assessment’ and Indigenous community governance in the context of the Beverley Uranium Mine. As an early career researcher she regards herself as an ambassador for future Indigenous researchers, as well as a mentor and ethical collaborator within Indigenous research. Her research interests include community engagement between Indigenous peoples and the mining industry; advancement of Indigenous Education and Indigenous led research; and advancement of rural women's issues.

Articles by Jillian K. Marsh

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A master plan for Indigenous freedom

Andrew Forrest, the founder of the Walk Free Foundation, has written a master plan for Indigenous freedom. But who is the master and what is freedom?

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