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Jennifer Tannoch-Bland

Jennifer Tannoch-Bland is a non-Indigenous PhD student who teaches part-time in History and Philosophy of Science at Griffith University, Brisbane. She is active in reconciliation initiatives, and was Co-ordinator of ANTaR Qld (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation) in 1998. Since 1997 she has been involved in organising and facilitating whiteness workshops, a public lecture series, and a conference on whiteness. She is the Public Officer of Kooemba Jdarra Indigenous Performing Arts.


Unmasking Whiteness: Race relations and reconciliation - book review
Indigenous Affairs - 15/08/2000
Indigenous Theatre Review
Indigenous Affairs - 15/07/1999
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