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 Gus Worby
Head of Australian Studies
Flinders University

Research Projects
ARC GRANTS - RECENT ( 2003-2005)

RIGNEY L I, WORBY G, NICHOLLS C. (Discovery- Indigenous Researchers development Scheme)

Indigenous Research Methodologies: towards Indigenous intellectual sovereignty and the decolonisation of research.

2. RIEF-LIEF GRANTS (1998 -2003: Bibliography of Australian Literature Project/ AustLit Project) Chief Investigator, Flinders component. Member AustLit Executive Board. Overall project generated approximately $ 1,315,000 in 2003.


1. __________ WITH SIMONE ULALKA TUR. Indigenous Creative Writers and Writing in Australia: Protocols and Critical Cultural Resources.

2. The Arts and Social Justice in Australia
Research Record Relative to Opportunities
Collaborative work into Indigenous research methodologies has encouraged Indigenous postgraduate study, structural change in research management at an institutional level and publication on research ethics which has been acknowledged as valuable in a range of professions: Education, Archaeology, Tourism, etc. Substantial contribution to postgrad culture.
Worby G. 1996 'The Penguin's Egg' an Introduction to D Stewart, Fire on the Snow. Paddington:Currency Worby G. 1996 'A Glorious and terrible life: six views of Bald Mountain' an Introduction to Night on Bald Mountain. Paddington: Currency. Walker. R., D. Elliott, K.Seymour and G Worby ( eds). 1999. Indigenous Education and the Social Capital Worby,G. 2001 'Australian Theatre' in Chambers Companion to World Theatre. Continuum: London Worby, G. 2002. 'Australian Studies at Home: Craste to Crossroads' Crossings, vol 7 nos 1, 2 and 3. ASC. Worby, G and D. Rigney, 2002. 'Approaching Ethical Issues: institutional management of Indigenous research'' in Higher Education Review, vol 45, no 1. Jacobs,L. G. Worby and A Chittleborough, 2002. Australian Literary Responses to Asia. Sydney: AustLit Worby, G and D. Rigney, 2004. 'Guidelines for socially just, ethical research' in Smith,C and M. Wobst. Indigenous Peoples and Archaeology: the Politics of Practice. Routledge.
Other Evidence of Impact and Contributions to the Field
Contribution to INASA as President and Vice President, Conference participation and organisation, interaction with state government on Indigenous education policy. Program development and delivery. Chair Australian Studies Program Flinders University 1998-2003. Establishment of a State Centre for Australian Studies - Inaugural Director SACAS. Mentoring/supervision of Indigenous postgraduates. Influence on Indigenous employment and promotion policy (Institutional). Director Yunggorendi First Nations Centre 2000, Acting Director (periodically), 2004. Expert reference group Review of Sace Australian Studies Curriculum, 2003. etc..

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