Research Fellow, Deakin University

Elizabeth finished a PhD in anthropology at the Australian National University in 2016. Her doctoral thesis explores recent shifts in Aboriginal welfare policy in relation to broader themes of race, class and Indigeneity, based on ethnographic research conducted in the town of Hope Vale on the south east of Cape York. She has been developing these interests since taking up the role of Research Fellow at Alfred Deakin Institute for Globalisation and Citizenship within Deakin University, working with Professor Emma Kowal to explore the current and potential impact of genetic ancestry testing on Aboriginal identification and recognition.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Fellow, Deakin University

Education

  • 2016 
    Australian National University, PhD