Jacqueline Battin

Jacqueline Battin
Research themes: Culture and Heritage
Position: 
Research Officer, AIATSIS Indigenous Culture and Heritage Unit

Jacqui is a research officer in the Indigenous Culture and Heritage unit at AIATSIS. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts at the Australian National University.

Her research interests include the description and revitalisation of Australian Indigenous languages, Indigenous intangible cultural heritage, research impact evaluation, and social and cultural anthropology.

Publications 

Blog posts by this author

Tyronne Bell, Jai Bell, and Glen Freeman help Malcom Turnbull to give an acknowledgement of country in Ngunawal.

Indigenous Languages in Australian Parliaments

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21 May 2018

In 2016, Malcom Turnbull made history by being the first Prime Minister to speak an Australian Indigenous language in a parliamentary speech. He gave an acknowledgment of country in Ngunawal for the Closing the Gap speech, and has since given this...

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