Ms Talia Avrahamzon

MSD International Social Development (UNSW) ; BA (USyd)
Lecturer
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • Race And Ethnic Relations 160803
  • Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Education 130301
  • Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Policy 160501
  • Sociology Of Education 160809

Research interests

Education; whiteness, racism and prejudice development; reconciliation and recognition; intercultural understanding and antiracism; organisational culture; children's agency.

Biography

Talia undertook her PhD at CAEPR as a Sir Roland Wilson scholar.  Her PhD research focussed on everyday reconciliation in the education system on Ngunnawal - Ngambri Country.  Talia explored the messages primary school children receive and interpret about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, Australian history, and reconciliation.

Talia is currently working on a project within the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences exploring institutionalising transformative reconciliation through organisational cultural change.  She is also convening the Indigenous Studies first year undergraduate course.

Prior to joining CAEPR, Talia was employed by the Australian Government, primarily in roles that focused on children, family and Indigenous policy, program development and implementation.

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