Dr Judith Lovell

Ph.D (Education), M.A. (Creative Arts Therapy), Grad Cert Tertiary Teaching and Learning, B.A. (Visual Arts)

Senior Research Fellow

Dr Judith Lovell is a Senior Research Fellow with Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University. Her expertise is in the multidisciplinary and collaborative uses of research and evaluation to enhance social, environmental, cultural and economic capabilities in Australian and international societies. Judith has an emerging interest in realist philosophy and creative interventions as means to understand, inform and support social, educational and economic participation. Based in Alice Springs she is a member of the Realist Research Evaluation and Learning Initiative (RREALI) undertaking national and international research and evaluation. She leads projects that initiate problem solving and innovation through the multidisciplinary Studio360 portfolio.

Research Interests

  • Aboriginal community partnerships
  • Strong research in marginalised regions
  • Strategic organisational policy – governance and business
  • Project management
  • Multidisciplinary research 
  • Activating capability in remote and regional populations
  • Arts-based process (health, education, enterprise) 
  • Visual jurisprudence

Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Supervision

  • Adam MacFie

Link to Research Publications

Judy Lovell

Contacts

T: +61 8 8959 5316
E: judith.lovell@cdu.edu.au

Alice Springs NT

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