Maggie Walter

Dr Maggie Walter is Palawa and professor of sociology and pro vice-chancellor (Aboriginal research and leadership) at the University of Tasmania. She has an extensive theoretical and practical research background working with Indigenous statistics, Indigenous data and Indigenous quantitative methodologies. She was honoured to be a participant in the 2017 First Nations National Constitutional Convention at Uluru as a member of the Tasmanian contingent.


The voice of Indigenous data

EssayTHE ULURU STATEMENT from the Heart is essentially the same missive as sent by Tasmanians Walter and Mary Anne Arthur to Queen Victoria in 1846 – which eventually resulted in the removal of Henry Jeanneret as Commandant of Flinders Island –...

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