Thesis: The Communist Party of Australia and the Fight for Aboriginal Rights 1921 – 1934.
Thesis: Visible and Vocal: Women of Colour in Eighteenth Century Britain.
Thesis: Unprovoked Barbarity”: Kidnapping on Queensland’s Frontier, 1859 – 1897.
Thesis: Balwalanga Bhulungs: We are Strong Women.
Director, Research and Academic Programs, Jumbunna Inst for Indigenous Education & Research. Director, SIC - Strengthening Indigenous Communities. Core Member, SIC - Strengthening Indigenous Communities
Professor of Geography, Department of Geography, Environment and Development Studies
Department of Anthropology and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Connecticut
School of Humanities, College of Arts, Law and Education, University of Tasmania
Director, Undergraduate Indigenous Programs, University of Sydney
Zimbabwean Government Co-Minister of State for National Healing
B.A. Hons (UQ), Dip.Ed. (Flinders), Doctor of the University Honoris Causa, AM, FAHA
Professor Emerita, Department of Political Science, Howard University, Washington D.C
Assistant Professor, Indigenous Studies, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta CA
Director Focus Consultancy, Chairman of the Bernie Grant Trust, Chairman of the London Notting Hill Festival, Patron of the Slavery memorial Trust and Honorary Consul general for the Republic of South Africa
PhD. American History, University of Wisconsin, Professor of History, University of Arizona
Center for Cultural Resource Studies, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka Japan
Australian Research Council Future Fellow, School of History, Australian National University
Director, African American Studies & Research Center, Purdue College of Liberal Arts
Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Arts & Sciences, American University, Washington D.C
Chair of Indigenous Studies, Faculty of Arts, Monash Indigenous Centre, Monash University
Repatriation Coordinator, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Suitland, MD 20746
Professor of African American Studies, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Purdue College of Liberal Arts
Director, Native American Studies, The College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University, NY
Professor, and Dean of School of Education, Minzu University of China
ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellow and Professor of African Diaspora History, Howard University, Washington D.C
Associate Professor Angela Wanhalla, School of Arts, University of Otago
Independent Consultant Director, University of Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies unit, 1992-2010