Research Reports and Manuals
We have a number of research documents available:
This research conducted by John Maynard in 1999 provides evidence of the Pambalong Clan of the Awabakal Nation being the traditional owners of the land now occupied by the University of Newcastle. The research also investigates the cultural practices and land usage by this clan.
Indigenous Research Manual: A Guide for Indigenous Researchers and Research Administrators
The Yutilliko Manual (meaning 'to guide' in the language of the Awabakal people) was developed in collaboration with staff of The Wollotuka Institute and The Research Services Division of the University of Newcastle under an Equity Initiatives Grant "Enhancing research grant application and success amongst Indigenous academics". The aim being to learn about identifying grant opportunities, applying for a grant, establishing and managing an awarded grant (including ethics/safety requirements/finance management) and internal funding and resources available for Indigenous researchers.
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