Research for, with and by Indigenous, migrant, refugee and culturally diverse communities is flourishing at USC. USC's sustained commitment to social justice and to be a place of opportunity for all, has nurtured a growing community of like-minded researchers dedicated to diversity.
USC's growing footprint has brought opportunities to build genuine and close partnerships with Indigenous and transcultural communities. USC is now well positioned to expand its contribution to culturally responsive knowledge and respectful policies and practices for Indigenous and transcultural communities through cutting-edge research.
Indigenous Studies Research Theme
The Indigenous Studies Research Theme focuses on the cultures, histories, rights, interests, knowledges and perspectives of Indigenous peoples throughout the world.Learn more
Transcultural and Indigenous Pedagogies Research Group
The Group is led by Professor Catherine Manathunga and Associate Professor Maria Raciti, with close collaboration with the Dean of Indigenous Education and Engagement, Professor Gary Thomas.Learn more