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Researcher: Lee, E (Ms Emma Lee)

Fields of Research

Heritage and Cultural Conservation
Conservation and Biodiversity
Fisheries Management
Environment Policy
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Environmental Knowledge
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Knowledge Management
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Archaeology
Marine and Estuarine Ecology (incl. Marine Ichthyology)
Tourism Management
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy
Fisheries Sciences

Research Objectives

Conserving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage
Expanding Knowledge in History and Archaeology
Environmental Services
Coastal and Marine Management Policy
Ahuatanga Maori (Maori Tradition)
Environmental Policy, Legislation and Standards
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Development and Welfare
Socio-Cultural Issues in Tourism
Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity at Regional or Larger Scales

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Protection in Tasmania: The Failure of Rights; the Restorative Potential of Historical Resilience; The Right to Protect Sites: Indigenous Heritage Management in the Era of Native Title
Aboriginal history of Homebush Bay Olympic site
Bridge-building needed for Indigenous fisheries research
Collective Land Tenure and Community Conservation: Exploring the linkages between collective tenure rights and the existence and effectiveness of territories and areas conserved by indigenous peoples and local communities (ICCAs)
Collective Land Tenure and Community Conservation: Exploring the linkages between collective tenure rights and the existence and effectiveness of territories and areas conserved by indigenous peoples and local communities (ICCAs). Companion document to Policy Brief No. 2 of the ICCA
Community conversation on ABC Hobart with Louise Saunders
Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships fund researchers' efforts overseas
From boardroom to kitchen table: shifting the power seat of Indigenous governance in protected area management; Australian Aboriginal Studies
Histories of Homebush Bay and the Sydney Aboriginal Fight for Recognition; How You Play the Game - The First International Conference on Sports and Human Rights
Indigenous fisheries: weaving the research net
Indigenous research students from around Australia assemble in Melbourne
Learning from the Basques to connect food and cultural practice
Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science; Biological Reviews
Performing colonisation: the manufacture of Black female bodies in tourism research; Annals of Tourism Research
Premier bravely made history addressing Aboriginal identity crisis
Protected areas, country and value: the nature-culture tyranny of the IUCN’s Protected Area Guidelines for Indigenous Australians; Antipode
Recreational fishers should be allowed to sell excess catch, Tasmanian proposal says
Relics Act reflects an ignorant era
Saturday Soapbox: green glitter hides cultural truth
Talking point: Aboriginal inclusion in world heritage management good move
Talking Point: Cultural voice for Tasmania’s World Heritage
Talking point: draft reform of constitution is a step towards keeping historic promise
Talking Point: gradual approach takes us closer to a considered treaty
Talking Point: Heritage value to retaining Trucanini’s name in Relics Act change
Talking Point: More voices in World Heritage wilderness plan
Talking Point: Our history belongs to all Tasmanians
Talking Point: Put the ‘one community, one voice’ myth out to pasture
Talking point: unhealthy division underlies Aboriginal 'one community' dogma
Talking point: wilderness plan benchmark to renew relations
Talking Point: Wilderness plan holds key to dealing with Aboriginal rights
Talking Point: Wilderness talks leading to regional Aboriginal approach
Tasmania – After a long journey, World Heritage Area delivers Indigenous rights
Tasmanian Aboriginal group backs plans for wilderness tourism as 'essential to Indigenous livelihoods'
The community approach to recording Aboriginal heritage: a case study at North Head, Sydney Harbour National Park, NSW
The Fate of Indigenous Place-Based Heritage in the Era of Native Title; The Right to Protect Sites: Indigenous Heritage Management in the Era of Native Title
The language of science: Essential ingredients for indigenous participation
The Tale of a Whale: Significant Aboriginal Landscapes of the Northern Beaches; Warringah Council
University of Tasmania PhD candidate awarded Indigenous Fellowship in 2016 Endeavour Awards
We're ready to heal together
What it means to be Tasmanian Aboriginal: four people share their stories

Research Projects

Wave to Plate: establishing a market for Tasmanian aboriginal cultural fisheries; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)

Research Candidate Supervision