Person

Sandy Toussaint

Professor Sandy Toussaint is an anthropologist, author and curator. A UWA academic staff member for 20 years, her research and teaching included applied and legal anthropology and contemporary social thought. She has worked with Australian Indigenous communities, families and organizations for more than three decades, most especially in the Kimberley region, on matters relating to cultural heritage, land, water and native title, family history, community engagement, health and medicine, material culture and exhibitions, and story-telling.
Working paper

Kimberley Transitions, collaborating to care for our common home: beginnings ...

This scoping paper is a preliminary introduction to the aspirations, interrelated literature and research involved in development of the Kimberley Transitions Project, the full name for which is Kimberley Transitions: Collaborating to Care for Our Common Home. The focus is on Western Australia’s Kimberley region.