PUBLICATIONS, PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS
o BOOK CHAPTER: McDuffie, M. & Poelina, A. (2018). Nyikina Collaborative Filmmaking in the Kimberley: ‘Learning to listen with your eyes and see with your ears’. In READING THE COUNTRY, 30 YEARS ON. Sydney: UTS ePress, pp. 229-239.
o POSTER PRESENTATION. National Centre for Indigenous Studies Research Lab, February 2018: ‘Kalara: Making Seen, Revealing’. A Community Engagement Framework.
o UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, Broome, August 2017
Literature Review, Author: Introduction to Aboriginal Research Methods Course
o NATIONAL CENTRE FOR INDIGENOUS STUDIES, 4th August 2017
Presentation: Pre-Submission Seminar
o UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, Broome, 13th April 2017
Presentation: Jimbin Kaboo Yimardoowarra Marninil: Women’s Resistance, Agency, and Innovation in the Kimberley Region
Inter-disciplinary workshop: exploring the nexus of environmental protection, Indigenous cultural governance and low carbon innovation for sustainable life and sustainable development
o ANTHROVISION VANEASA ONLINE JOURNAL, Jimbin Kaboo Yimardoowarra Marninil: Listening to Nyikina Women's Voices. Film as a Strategy of Resistance.
Journal Article: https://anthrovision.revues.org/2220
o NATIONAL CENTRE FOR INDIGENOUS STUDIES, HDR Retreat, Australian National University, Canberra, October 2016
Presentation & Acceptance of the Watervale Award
o NULUNGU RESEARCH CENTRE, Talking Heads Seminar Series, University of Notre Dame, Broome, August 2016
o NATIONAL CENTRE FOR INDIGENOUS STUDIES, HDR Retreat, Australian National University, Canberra, October 2015
Presentation: Collaborative Filmmaking in the Kimberley: Learning to See
o DOCLAB: NEW FACTUAL STORYTELLING, University of Canberra, Canberra, April 2015
Presentation: Participatory Documentary Practices: Filming with Nyikina Women.
o READING THE COUNTRY FESTIVAL, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, October 2014
Film Presentation: Three Sisters, Women of High Degree, & Reading Our Kandri (films)
o TRANSOCEANIK CONFERENCE, James Cook University, Cairns, July 2014:
Paper: Power, Image and Narrative: Film as a Strategy of Resistance
This paper has since been selected for publication in Anthrovision, The European Journal of Visual Anthropology
o NULUNGU RESEARCH CENTRE, Talking Heads Seminar Series, University of Notre Dame, Broome, Sept 2014
Presentation: Film as a Decolonising Methodology: Reflections on some Methodological Aspects of Working with film in Indigenous Communities
o ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (ESDD), ACT GOVERNMENT
Report, Principal Author: Caring for the Cotter Evaluation Report, Canberra, April 2014.
o VIENNE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, FRANCE, 8th June 2012
Presentation: Industrialisation, Ecology, and Tradition: A Human Globalisation
o METZ REGIONAL FUNDS FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS, FRANCE, 4th June 2012
Film Presentation: Songlines and Colonised Peoples - Two films: Making Singing Sticks, Walmadany Corroboree
o UNESCO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, Paris, FRANCE, 1st June 2012
Extraordinary Session: Human Rights and Aboriginal Culture in the Kimberley
Film Presentation: Mardoowarra Living Water, Walmadany Coroboree.
o NARRATIVE MATTERS CONFERENCE, The American University in Paris, FRANCE, May 2012:
Paper: Filmed Narratives and Lived Experiences: Social Change in Aboriginal Australia
o SONGLINES AND PIPELINES CONFERENCE, University of New South Wales, Sydney, February 2012
Film Presentation: Standing Up for Kandri
o TUGUN COBAKI ALLIANCE INC., Gold Coast, 2011
Paper: Sites and Societies: Towards an Integrated and Multidisciplinary Approach to Cultural Heritage Management in Australia. The Tugun Bypass: A Case Study