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Rowena Dickins Morrison | Rowena Dickins Morrison - 15 novembre 2012 | Researcher - Research Areas : Australia, New Caledonia, Oceania

Postdoctoral Fellow with SOGIP (EHESS/LAIOS), affiliated with the ANUCES. Rowena Dickins Morrison holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours 1)/Bachelor of Laws and a PhD from the ANU. Her doctoral thesis considers the politics of Kanak culture and identity from 1975 to 2005, through a critical discourse analysis of the New Caledonian written press. In 2012, Rowena conducted research into European engagement and identity in the contemporary Pacific as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the ANUCES and a Visiting Fellow at CERI Sciences Po (Paris), within the framework of the EUOSSIC Erasmus Mundus Exchange Project. In 2008 and 2009, she worked at the National Museum of Australia on projects relating to Indigenous Australians. Within SOGIP, Rowena is pursuing her research into the politics of indigenous culture and identity in New Caledonia, during the final phase of the Noumea Accord decolonisation process. She is also studying cultural, political and legal developments concerning the indigenous peoples of Australia and Oceania. In each specific case, the political implications of discursive appropriations of the UNDRIP constitute a special focus of her research.

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