Anne-Katrin Eckermann

Anne-Katrin Eckermann

Anne-Katrin Eckermann is Professor in the School of Professional Development and Leadership, Director of the Centre of Research in Aboriginal and Multicultural Studies, and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, University of New England. Eckermann has worked with Aboriginal communities for over 30 years. She has established a national reputation in social anthropology and the anthropology of education and health. She has been heavily involved in consultation with Aboriginal communities and government departments and has submitted major submissions to national inquiries in Aboriginal Affairs as well as Aboriginal Health and Education. In her previous capacity as the Head of the Department of Aboriginal and Multicultural Studies at UNE she pioneered within the tertiary sector negotiations for accredited units such as Binang Goonj: Bridging Cultures in Aboriginal Health to be offered off campus to health professionals through Rural Health Training Units.

Affiliations and Expertise

Associate Dean, Faculty of Education, Health & Professional Studies; Director Centre for Research in Aboriginal & Multicultural Studies, University of New England, Australia