Dr Julie Lahn

Julie Lahn

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

Email: Julie.Lahn@anu.edu.au

Phone: (02) 6125 3166

Location: Room 2144, Copland Building

Qualification:

PhD (Anthropology) BA Hons (Anthropology & Archaeology) James Cook University of North Queensland

Researcher profile: https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/lahn-j

Research Interests

Indigenous professionals, mobility (class), Indigenous public/civil servants, Indigenous sector-public sector interaction, organisational ethnography, social capital, urban poverty, Torres Strait, development.

Teaching

INDG8001 Australian Indigenous Development

INDG8002 Introduction to Australian Indigenous Development (Advanced) 

Key Publications Lahn, J. (forthcoming). Being Indigenous in the Bureaucracy: narratives of work and exit. International Indigenous Policy Journal 9(1). Lahn J (2014) Non-Indigenous Visions. Arena 132:10-11. [responding to the Forrest Review] Lahn, J. (2014) Indigenous Australian middle classness: expressions, debates, futures, Paper presented at the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences conference panel entitled 'The Future of Class', Tokyo. Lahn, J. (2013) Indigenous Professionals: work, class and culture. CAEPR Working Paper No 89. Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University. Lahn J (2012) Poverty, Work and Social Networks: the role of social capital for Aboriginal People in Urban Australian Locales. Urban Policy and Research 30:1-16. Lahn J (2007) Native Title and the Torres Strait: encompassment and recognition in the Central Islands. In, Smith, B. and F. Morphy (eds), The Social Effects of Native Title: recognition, translation, coexistence, pp.135-149. Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research and ANU E Press, Australian National University.

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