Recommended reading and resources
Here you will find a collection of recommended background reading and other media, to support your knowledge and understanding of working with Indigenous Australians in the native botanicals sector. This collection is not exhaustive, and is merely a starting point of recommended resources, which we are adding to continually, as we receive recommendations.
“Are we doing another steal?” Decolonizing the self as prelude to research in the Australian native foods industry: a deep thinking frameworkDownload (394.10 KB)
This manuscript has been endorsed by the Centre’s Indigenous Advisory Chairperson, Hon Professor Henrietta Marrie, as recommended reading. It is an exceptional and important read for those interested in conducting research in the native botanicals industry with First Nations Australians.
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This document lists a range of resources, such as podcasts, interviews, readings and books, recommended by staff and students of the ARC centre as good resources to gain a deeper understanding of Australia’s First Nations peoples. This list has been reviewed and approved by the Indigenous Advisory Committee Chairperson, and is continually being updated based on welcomed feedback.
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Henrietta is the opening guest speaker, presenting her informed opinions about the Future of Bushfoods at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) hosted Sao Paulo Dialogue: The Future of Food – Insights from the Global Bioeconomy Alliance.