School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Ashley Greenwood is an anthropologist with research interests in post-conflict societies and cultures of violence. She has conducted fieldwork with Indigenous groups in Latin America and Australia and is looking at future projects in Papua New Guinea. Ashley's research interrogates how identities are constructed through local state narratives and the impact that histories of violence have on these.
Ashley completed her PhD at La Trobe University and has worked as a Research Fellow at both the University of Melbourne and Deakin University. Before moving to the University of Adelaide she was working as an applied anthropologist in Far North Queensland doing native title research.
Date Position Institution name 2016 Lecturer University of Adelaide 2015 - 2016 Staff Anthropologist North Queensland Land Council 2014 - 2015 Associate Research Fellow Deakin University 2011 - 2015 Research Fellow University of Melbourne
Date Institution name Country Title 2009 - 2014 La Trobe University Australia PhD
Year Citation 2018 Greenwood, A. (2018). Memory, forgetting and the reconciliation process. History and Anthropology, 29(5), 584-598.
2015 Kowal, E., Greenwood, A., & McWhirter, R. (2015). All in the blood. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 10(4), 347-359.
Anthropology of Violence and Crime
Anthropology of Conflict and Crisis
Anthropology of Everyday Life
Introduction to Social Anthropology
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2017 Co-Supervisor How Play in Indigenous Australian Communities can Rejuvenate a Culture Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Luke Keith Kimber
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