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Franca   Tamisari

Associate Professor
Dept. of Humanities
Ca' Foscari University of Vencie (Italy)
Website(s):
[ http://www.unive.it/data/persone/5591804 ]

I speak in the following language(s): Italian, English, French, Djambarrpuyngu

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Specialities
Discipline(s)
Anthropology
Member of
Australian Anthropological Society (AAS)
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic administrative areas
Geographic places
Australia (area)
Arnhem Land
Milingimbi
Galuwin'ku
Ramingining
Gapuwiyak
Historical periods
21st century
Ancestral Oceania
The Colonial time
Indigenous languages
Djambarrpuyngu
Experiences
  • PhD Research (1990 to 1994)
    Body, Names and Movement. Images of Identity among the Yolngu of Northeast Arnhem Land — London School of Economics and POlitical Science, Dept. of Anthropology
  • Field Research (1990 to 1992)
    Field research for Phd research — LSE
  • Collaborative Project (1995 to 1996)
    Yolngu education — AIATSIS
    Integration of yolngu pedagogy into maintream schooling.
  • Academic Position (1996 to 2001)
    Lecturer in anthropology — the University of Sydney
  • Academic Position (2001 to 2004)
    Senior Lecturer — The University of Queensland, School of Social Science
  • Collaborative Project (2003 to 2004)
    Yolngu education — The University of Queensland
    Project on Yolngu education in collaboration with Elizabeth Milmilany, (Milingimbi CEC) and documentary director Curtis Levy.
  • Academic Position (2005 to current)
    Associate professor — Ca' Foscari University of Venice
  • Academic Position (2005 to current)
    Adjunct Associate Professor — The University of Queendland, School of Social Science
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