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Dr. Fabri Blacklock

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Dr Fabri Blacklock
Dr Fabri Blacklock
Dr Fabri Blacklock's family on her father's side are the Ngarabal/Nucoorilma people from Tingha and the Biripi people from Dingo Creek in New South Wales. She also has English ancestry on her mother's side. She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at ACU. Dr Blacklock was Assistant Curator of Koori History and Culture at the Powerhouse Museum from 1999 to 2008. She is a contributing author of Bayagul: contemporary Indigenous communication and Our Place: Indigenous Australia Now. Dr Blacklock's scholarly interests include NSW Koori history, NSW Koori art, Aboriginal education, Aboriginal insider research methodologies, and oral history.
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Professors Rhonda Craven, Janet Mooney, and Dr Fabri Blacklock recently presented at the AERA Annual Meeting in Chicago, USA
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Dr Fabri Blacklock
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Professors Rhonda Craven, Dr Fabri Blacklock, and Professor Janet Mooney travelled to Chicago recently to attend the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference.
Excellence in arts management recognised| Department of Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Archive Website, 5 Feb 2008 [cached]
Fabri Blacklock is Assistant Curator of Koori History and Culture at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney where she worked on the inaugural permanent Indigenous exhibition, Bayagul: Contemporary Indigenous Communication, and was a contributing author of the supporting book. Ms Blacklock was also involved in the research and development of the website on Aboriginal skin cloaks for the National Quilt Register and Australian Museums On Line.
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