Pawinee Yuhun

Bachelor of Applied Science in Architectural Science

Research Associate

Pawinee joined the Northern Institute (NI) in 2012. Prior to joining NI, she was a research associate working with the Social Partnerships in Learning research group at the School of Education. Since joining NI, Pawinee has worked in a number of projects with research teams such as Demography and Growth Planning, Northern Futures, Evaluation and Knowledge Impact, and Contemporary Indigenous Knowledge and Governance.

Pawinee is also the Journal Coodinator for NI's Learning Communities Journal.

Research Interests

  • Indigenous Knowledge
  • Indigenous Community Development
  • Aboriginal Cosmology
  • Remote Demographics
  • Indigenous Demographics

Current Research Projects

  • Building Resilience in Indigenous Communities through Engagement: A Focus on Biosecurity Threats (PBCRC)
  • New ways for old ceremonies: Archival research project (ARC)
  • Aboriginal cosmology - What this means for women and gender policy: Archival research project (ARC)

Link to Research Publications

Pawinee Yuhun


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Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT

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