A Review of Louise Gwenneth Phillips and Tracey Bunda's "Research through, with and as Storying"





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This is a review of Research Through, With and As Storying, a book that explores how Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars can engage with storying as a tool that undoes conventions of research and gives voice to the marginalised in the academy.


Author Biography

Simone Liza Tur, Flinders University

Simone Ulalka Tur is from the Yankunytjatjara community, north-west South Australia and resides in Kaurna Country, Adelaide, South Australia. Simone is located in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Flinders University. Her work explores new spaces where both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people can re-engage and transform their understandings of Australia and what it means to be Australian from an Indigenous perspective.  Simone is been part of collective of four Aboriginal women academics and artists in Bound and Unbound: Sovereign Acts – decolonising methodologies of the lived and spoken, creative responses to the colonial archive. 




How to Cite

Tur, S. L. (2019). A Review of Louise Gwenneth Phillips and Tracey Bunda’s "Research through, with and as Storying". Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal, 4(2), 684–694. https://doi.org/10.18432/ari29507