Maggie Walter

2020-2021 ENRICH Global Chair

Distinguished Professor, Sociology
University of Tasmania

Maggie Walter is a Palawa woman and Professor of Sociology and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Aboriginal Research and Leadership) at the University of Tasmania. She has an extensive research track record across the fields of race relations, inequality and research methods/methodologies.

Her books include Indigenous Statistics: A Quantitative Research Methodology (2013 Routledge: co-authored with C. Andersen) Social Research Methods (2013, 3rd edition, OUP) and Indigenous Children Growing Up Strong: A Longitudinal Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families (2017, co-edited with K.L. Martin and G. Bodkin-Andrews, Palgrave McMillan).

See Some of Her Work

How a university can embed Indigenous knowledge into the curriculum and why it matters
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Indigenous data, indigenous methodologies and indigenous data sovereignty
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Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Policy
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