Article Title

Introduction to: The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, Volume 39, Supplementary

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Abstract

The papers in this special supplementary edition of The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education bring together papers from the 2009 Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Knowledge Conference that was co-hosted by the School of Indigenous Studies, The University of Western Australia and Nulungu Centre for Indigenous Studies, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Broome Campus. This fourth Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Knowledge Conference was held in Perth, Western Australia, on The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Fremantle Campus and was the first Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Knowledge Conference to be held in Western Australia. The conference featured four keynote panels, 20 small group sessions and over 60 speakers exploring the key theme of “Indigenous Studies: Dialogue or Conflict in the Academy?” One hundred and thirty delegates, including 67 from interstate or overseas, came from Australian universities, community based organisations, government departments and schools, and a sizeable representation came from remote locations in Queensland, the Northern Territory and the Kimberley.

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The Author:

Professor Lynette Henderson-Yates