Dr Julie Finlayson

Dr Julie Finlayson

Position: Visiting Fellow
School and/or Centres: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research

Email: julie.finlayson@anu.edu.au

Phone: (w) 02 6125 5859 (m) 0419 994 708

Qualification:

BA (Hons) University of Melbourne Rosemary Merlo Essay prize St Hilda’s College, University of Melbourne Major residential Scholarship 1971-72 Dip Ed (University of Melbourne) MA (history) University of Melbourne B. Litt ANU MA (Anthropology) ANU Ph.D (Social Anthropology) ANU Grad Cert. Management (University of Canberra)

Researcher profile: https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/finlayson-j?term=finlayson

Julie Finlayson is an anthropologist who has worked as an academic (La Trobe University and ANU) and in applied fields, including claim/heritage work under the Northern Territory Aboriginal Land Rights Act, and across the native title system. Her early consultancy work in native title included an innovative program for early career native title anthropologists funded by the NNTT, and a survey in 2006 of the demography and skills of anthropologists in the native title sector. For several years she ran fee-paying intensive courses for native title practictioners through the University of Adelaide. She consulted to ATSIC's Native Title Branch and was a member of the Minister's team reviewing NTRBs after legislative amendments initiated by the 10 Point Plan. During 8 years in the Australian Public Service she work in AGD funding Indigenous legal aid services, and in FAHCSIA's CDEP program. Her published research, aside from native title (see CAEPR DPs) includes a study of successful Indigenous organisations (see AIATSIS). Recently she was a manager/DJ in an Indigenous community radio station in rural Australia.

 

Julie is currently Research Fellow at the Centre for Native Title Anthropology at the ANU.

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