Dr Belinda Beattie

Lecturer , Indigenous Studies - Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and Education; School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

Belinda Beattie

Phone: +61 2 6773 5890 or Skype: Dr Belinda Beattie (UNE)

Email: bbeattie@une.edu.au

Biography

Belinda Beattie’s interest in public policy has seen her work in rural and regional health as well as research in this exciting field of study. Of recent, Belinda is interested in the relationship between the long Victorian and Federation period, new liberalism, post colonialism, and nativism. Furthermore, Belinda is interested in international Indigenous matters like business, legislation and healthcare. Collectively, Belinda is interested in political and public policy anthropology. Beyond this, Belinda finds Australian Indigenous politics and public policy to be a fascinating area of study along with Australia’s early federal politicians ‘quirks, politics and social lives’ - especially for young readers.

Qualifications

Teaching Areas

Indigenous Studies

IDIG 102: Introduction to Indigenous Australia

IDIG 103: Indigeneity: A Global Experience

IDIG 301/501: Analysing Change in Indigenous Societies: Politics and Public Policy

IDIG 305/505: Indigenous Business and Community Development

IDIG 306/506: Indigenous Health

IDIG 311/511: Indigenous Peoples and Colonisation: Land and Nature