It has been a big 2018! And I am not so great at remembering to blog. With my PhD tracking along nicely, having cleared confirmation and ethics, I am presently knee deep in wonderful data collection. It is keeping me good-busy. Thank you to you all for your beautiful support, I am still amazed that people read what I write, it is truly a privilege to get these little moments in your head. I couldn’t have managed these pieces without the awesome editors of each publication who support me, and guide me along the way, I am very grateful for all that 2018 has brought.
To wrap up my 2018 I thought I would share my published articles.
- Family Diversity Brings New Reasons To Feast. Eureka Street, June 2018
- Indigenous academic women, because of her we can. IndigenousX, July, 2018.
- Don’t Buy The Body Lie. Eureka Street, August, 2018
- 10 Questions I Get From non-indigenous Students. IndigenousX, September, 2018.
- Australians Are Leaving Our Leaders behind. Eureka Street, October, 2018
- We Do Not Need To Give Abbott A Chance, We Know Who He Is. IndigenousX, October, 2018
- Australia’s Christmas Cognitive Dissonance. Eureka Street, December, 2018
- Scott Morrison’s ‘Daggy Dad’ Marketing Isn’t Fooling Anyone. Junkee.com October, 2018
- #BuskingBecky Is Yet Another Instance Of The Silencing Of Indigenous Voices. Junkee.com December, 2018
- Yarning the way: The role of Indigenous education paraprofessionals in guiding the post-school transitions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth.
Gruppetta, Southgate, Ober, Cameron, Fischetti, Thunig, Heath, Burns, & Clifton. 2018.
- Book review. Amy Thunig.
Journal of Australian Political Economics (JAPE)
ANU Press, Canberra. December, 2018. Volume 82.
HOPE YOU HAVE ALL HAD A BEAUTIFUL END OF YEAR – WISHING YOU THE BEST FOR 2019.