Dr Robin Barrington
BA(ECowan), GradDipEd(Murd), PostGradDipMedia(ECowan) PhD by Research MCCA (Curtin)
|Position||Learning Designer, Indigenous Curriculum & Pedagogy|
|Faculty||Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic|
|School||Curtin Learning and Teaching (CLT)|
|Location||105.level 1 room 130|
|Phone||08 9266 7801|
|Fax||08 9266 2888|
Robin Barrington is a Badimia Yamatji from the Murchison region of Western Australia. She has been an educator for approximately 30 years, teaching across secondary, vocational and tertiary sectors.
Robin currently lectures in Aboriginal history, education and cultural studies at the Cerntre for Aboriginal Studies, Curtin University.Back to top
Robin is interested in research that contributes to Indigenous Australian histories.Back to top
Additional publication categories
Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)
- Barrington, R. 2015.“Unravelling the Yamaji Imaginings of Alexander Morton and Daisy Bates.”Aboriginal History 39: 27-61.