Timothy Neale is Research Fellow in the Alfred Deakin Institute, Deakin University - Melbourne.
As a cultural geographer, his research addresses questions of how knowledge practices – Indigenous, non-indigenous and otherwise – are mobilised and transformed in relation to environments in peri-urban, rural and remote Australia. His doctoral project focused on the Wild Rivers Act 2005 (Qld), examining how questions of belonging, sustainability and development were articulated through the controversial law in far north Queensland.
He is the co-editor (with Stephen Turner) of a forthcoming special issue of Settler Colonial Studies on the topic of ‘Law, Water, Entitlement’.
|CRC Project||Scientific diversity and uncertainty in risk mitigation policy and planning||Michael Eburn, Stephen Dovers, Timothy Neale, Josh Wodak, John Handmer, Christine Hansen, Tara McGee, Liz Clarke|
|CRC Project||Hazards, culture and Indigenous communities||Brian Cook, Oliver Costello, Jeremy Dore, Tara McGee, Jeremy Russell-Smith, Jessica Weir, Timothy Neale|