Victoria Rawlings, James L. Flexner and Lynette Riley

Victoria Rawlings (pictured) is a lecturer at the University of Sydney. She researches and teaches about educational institutions and their relation to gender and sexuality. She also focuses on the life worlds of young people and how these are impacted by schooling, gender and sexuality. James L. Flexner is a senior lecturer in historical archaeology and heritage at the University of Sydney. Lynette Riley is an academic at the University of Sydney, currently employed within the Sydney School of Education & Social Work, University of Sydney as a senior lecturer. Riley is a Wiradjuri and Gamilaroi woman from Dubbo and Moree.

Art with Maori themes

Let’s Do Research With First Nations Peoples, Not On Them

The authors of a new book on community-led research ask how to move research ‘done to’ and ‘on people’ towards ‘for and with people.’ It features both community and academic voices and reflects on research that foregrounds non-academic priorities.

2 years ago