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2017

Methodology is content: Indigenous approaches to research and knowledge

B Martin

(2017), pp. 1-9, Educational philosophy and theory, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal
2016

Guidelines and principles for pre-ethical approaches to Indigenous Australian research

E Barrett, B Martin, J Koolmatrie, D Dank, D swan, C creed, M Stephens, A Matthews, B Webb, L Solomon, D Gilson, D Toby

(2016), pp. 1-3, 2016: Proceedings of the Art Ethics and Indigeneity Symposium, Melbourne, Victoria, E1

conference

Methodology is content: Indigenous approaches to research

B Martin

(2016), pp. 1-13, PESA 2016 : Proceedings of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia Conference : Knowledge Ecologies, Coral Coast, Fiji, E1

conference

Methexical countryscapes 2016

B Martin

(2016), Australian Centre for Contemporary Arts, Southbank, Vic., J1

works

Methexical countryscape: Kamilaroi #6

B Martin

(2016), Wyndham Art Gallery, J1

works
2015

Wiradjuri Ngurambanggu

B Martin

(2015), pp. 30-37, Sensation, memory and practice: articulating country, Thousand Oaks, Calif., J2

works

Brian Martin : Drawing country

B Martin

(2015), Melbourne, Victoria, J1

works

Immaterial Land: Refiguring art and Materialism

B Martin

(2015), The outstanding Field: Artistic Research Emerging from the Academy, MCM university of Melbourne, E1

conference

Articulating Memory and Practice

B Martin, E Cameron

(2015), NIRAKN/NATSIHEC International Indigenous Research, NIRAKN, E1

conference
2014

Immaterial land: refiguring art and materialism through an Indigenous Australian ideology

B Martin

(2014), pp. 1-14, UAAC-AAUC 2014 : Proceedings of the 2014 Universities Art Association of Canada Conference, Toronto, Ontario, E1

conference

Methexical Countryscapes

B Martin

(2014), William Mora Galleries, Melbourne Art Fair, J1

works
2013

Immaterial land

B Martin

(2013), pp. 185-204, Carnal knowledge: towards a 'new materialism' through the arts, London, England, B1-1

chapter

Carving into country: the work of Badger Bates

B Martin

(2013), Vol. 33, pp. 104-105, Artlink : contemporary art of Australian and the Asia-Pacific, Adelaide, South Australia, C1

journal

Methexical countryscapes

B Martin

(2013), Melbourne,Vic., J1

works

Melbourne Now

B Martin

(2013), Melbourne, Vic, J1

works

PORTFOLIO (2011-2013): Methexical countryscapes

B Martin

(2013), Geelong, Vic., J1-1

works
2012

Methexical countryscape: Wurundjeri No.2

B Martin

(2012), Melbourne, Vic., J2-1

works
2011

Methexical countryscape: Wiradjuri No. 1

B Martin

(2011), Melbourne, Vic., J2-1

works

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

PhD Scholarship funding from 'Improving chronic disease outcomes for Indigenous Australians: Causes, Interventions, System Change Application'

Dr Kevin Rowley, Prof Estelle Barrett, Prof Brian Martin, Mr Matthew Lloyd

NHMRC - Program Grant

  • 2015: $25,849

Other Public Sector Funding

Indigenous Art: Increasing Audiences

Prof Ruth Rentschler, Prof Brian Martin, A/Prof Kerrie Bridson, A/Prof Jody Evans

  • 2014: $89,465

ACDGP051 - Developing the International Indigenous Design Charter: International Forum

Dr Meghan Kelly, Dr Russell Kennedy, Prof Brian Martin

  • 2016: $30,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2017

Tauri Jayde Simone

Thesis entitled: Aboriginal Stockwomen: Their Legacy in the Australian Pastoral Industry

Doctor of Philosophy, Institute of Koorie Education

Associate Supervisor
2017

Jennifer Ellen Murray-Jones

Thesis entitled: Indigenous Families: Beyond the Voids of Colonial History

Doctor of Philosophy, Institute of Koorie Education

2016

Deonne Basaraba

Thesis entitled: FASD: From Isolation to Inclusion in Australian Schools

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), Institute of Koorie Education

Janis Adeline Koolmatrie

Thesis entitled: The Social Impact of Gambling in Victorian Koorie Communities

Master of Arts, Institute of Koorie Education.

Deanne Gilson

Thesis entitled: Body of My Ancestors: Exploring Wadawurrung Dreaming Through Visual Art

Master of Arts, Institute of Koorie Education.

2015

Marceil Ann Lawrence

Thesis entitled: Engagement with Bama on The Upper Mitchell River Watershed

Master of Science (Ecology & Environment), Institute of Koorie Education.

Kella Rose Robinson

Thesis entitled: Alice: Walking In her Footsteps

Master of Arts, Institute of Koorie Education.