Yandaarra: Caring for Country in Urban and Rural Settings
A/Prof Sarah Wright, Dr Paul Hodge, Aunty Shaa Smith, Neeyan Smith, Lara Daley
This collaborative project is developing practical resources to reconfigure natural resource management by attending to Indigenous ideas of Country, and to Country itself. It includes working with Gumbaynggirr Elders and young people, and the Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance of NRM organisations. The project is funded through a linkage grant from the Australian Research Council 2016-2021.
Yandaarra with Aunty Shaa Smith, Wright, S., Hodge, P., Smith N., Daley L. Yandaarra, Shifting Camp Together. Available at https://www.jaliigirr.com.au/project/yandaarra/
Yandaarra with Aunty Shaa Smith, Wright, S., Hodge, P., Smith N., Daley L. Yandaarra - what does the representation mean for us?
Available at https://www.jaliigirr.com.au/wp-content/uploads/Yandaarra-Representation-what-does-it-mean.pdf
Yandaarra with Aunty Shaa Smith, Wright, S., Hodge, P., Smith N., Daley L. Yandaarra: A group going together, shifting camp together. Invited contribution to Social and Cultural Geography special edition, Living Protocols: More-Than-Research Methods for Refusing Extinction and Remaking Worlds.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.