Indigenous and Transcultural Research

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Indigenous and Transcultural Research


USC proudly partners with Indigenous, migrant, refugee and culturally diverse communities to deliver impactful research that improves the lives and wellbeing of underrepresented groups in our communities.

Through our ongoing commitment to social justice and inclusion, we have nurtured a growing community of like-minded researchers passionate about diversity.

Our expanding footprint into new communities has also brought us opportunities to build genuine and close partnerships with Indigenous and transcultural communities, placing us in a position to contribute more knowledge in this space by undertaking key research.

Explore some of our work in this area – including our working group and the different themes we research – by following the links below.

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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.

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Transcultural and Indigenous Pedagogies Research Group

This group brings together researchers who develop pedagogies for migrant, refugee, international and Indigenous students across a range of educational sectors.

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