Ms Maeve Powell

MPhil Indigenous Studies (UiT The Arctic University of Norway), BA/BEc (ANU)
Research Associate and PhD Scholar
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific and ANU College of Science

Biography

Maeve is a Ngiyampaa woman who grew up in Sydney and Canberra with links to western New South Wales.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts/Economics from ANU  in 2014 and in 2017 completed a Masters of Philosophy in Indigenous Studies at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø. In 2016 she undertook the Indigenous Studies Summer Program at Columbia University in New York.

She sees her academic work as situated within a trans- Indigenous scholarship at the intersection of Indigenous studies and critical geography. She is interested in spatial decolonisation, urban Indigenous belonging, digital story mapping and Indigenous education.

Researcher's projects

(Re)Mapping the Academy: using a spatial approach to explore Indigenous belonging at the ANU (PhD Project working title)

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