The (Re)Indigenisation of Space: Weaving narratives of resistance to embed Nura [Country] in design is a doctoral thesis written by Danièle Hromek and published by the University of Technology Sydney in 2019. This thesis considers Aboriginal peoples’ comprehension of space, exploring spatial reclamation and lived experiences of space to reveal connections between Country, people and practice.
Language and Terminology for Referencing Aboriginal Culture and Heritage in the Design of the Built Environment
The Language and Terminology document is a guide for Referencing Aboriginal Culture and Heritage in the Design of the Built Environment. The guide is a published document, established to support more respectful and appropriate engagement with Aboriginal culture and heritage in the design of the built environment. Recommended language and terminology are included in the guide.
A document providing an approach for engaging with Country, community and culture, as part of planning, design and environmental management disciplines. Included is an overview of a process for developing a masterplan framework for caring for Country. This written document is directed towards planners, environmental managers, architects, designers, engineers, public servants, developers and decisionmakers who are directly affecting Country through their work.