BA (Comms), PhD (NSW Koori History)
Dr Fabri Blacklock’s family on her father’s side are the Ngarabal/Nucoorilma people from Tingha and the Biripi people from Dingo Creek in New South Wales. She also has English ancestry on her mother’s side. She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at ACU. Dr Blacklock was Assistant Curator of Koori History and Culture at the Powerhouse Museum from 1999 to 2008. She is a contributing author of Bayagul: contemporary Indigenous communication and Our Place: Indigenous Australia Now. Dr Blacklock’s scholarly interests include NSW Koori history, NSW Koori art, Aboriginal education, Aboriginal insider research methodologies, and oral history.