Lana Hartwig is a Research Fellow at the Australian Rivers Institute and School of Environment and Science at Griffith University, Queensland. Lana's research explores Aboriginal water access injustice in New South Wales and the Murray-Darling Basin, with a particular focus on Aboriginal participation in water markets and water trading. She is interested in if and how Australia’s neoliberal water governance frameworks contribute to broader Aboriginal claims for self-determination.
Research fellow, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University
PhD Scholar, Australian Rivers Institute & School of Environment and Science, Griffith University
Griffith University, Doctor of Philosophy
Griffith University , Bachelor of Science (Honours
Griffith University, Bachelor of Science (Environmental Sustainability)
Recognition of Barkandji Water Rights in Australian Settler-Colonial Water Regimes, Resources