Timothy Neale

Dr Timothy Neale

Researcher
About
Dr Timothy Neale

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’.

Project leadership

This project commenced in July 2017. Within the context of reducing natural hazard risk and increasing resilience in southern Australia, it focuses explicitly on the risk and resilience priorities of Indigenous communities in southern Australia, the emergency management sector’s priorities for these communities, and how these interests interact. Its intention is to identify where improvements might be made to reduce natural hazard risk and increase social and ecological resilience. This research complements existing and completed CRC projects.
27 Aug 2019
We are investigating the existing and emerging engagements between the natural hazards sector and...
Intercultural collaboration on Aboriginal country
19 Sep 2018
This innovative 3-year research project explores cultural difference and similarity to gain...
Scientific knowledge Q and A
30 Jun 2017
Scientific knowledge is not an objective 'truth' that provides answers for risk mitigation. Many...
Hazards, culture and aboriginal peoples in southern Australia
30 Jun 2017
This new action‐research project will:Investigate the hazard priorities of diverse Aboriginal...
Timothy Neale Conference Poster 2016
12 Aug 2016
Two case studies from the north and south Australia examine how science is being used to change how...
Navigating scientific uncertainty in bushfire and flood risk mitigation
18 Aug 2015
Attempts to anticipate and mitigate natural hazards have generated a diverse field of natural...

Resources credited

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Presentation-Audio-Video 09 Apr 2019 Coexisting with combustion: the future of bushfire management File Save (0 bytes) communities, fire, fire impacts
Presentation-Slideshow 17 Apr 2018 Hazards, culture and Indigenous communities PDF icon Save (1.76 MB) emergency management, indigenous communities, multi-hazard
Presentation-Slideshow 07 Sep 2017 Science is critical but it is not everything: our findings PDF icon Save (2.12 MB) governance, planning, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 07 Jul 2017 Lightning presentation: hazards, culture and indigenous communities PDF icon Save (698.88 KB) indigenous communities, resilience, risk management
Presentation-Slideshow 18 Apr 2017 What to do with uncertain science: practitioner experiences from Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory PDF icon Save (1.48 MB) governance, planning, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 18 Apr 2017 Hazards, Culture and Indigenous Communities PDF icon Save (273.08 KB) indigenous communities, resilience, risk management
Presentation-Slideshow 30 Aug 2016 The social life of science: tales from Victoria and the Northern Territory - Jessica Weir PDF icon Save (1.49 MB) decision making, fire, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 17 May 2016 Scientific diversity, scientific uncertainty and bushfire and flood risk mitigation project PDF icon Save (1.14 MB) fire, flood, mitigation
HazardNoteEdition 11 Jan 2016 Raising the bar on risk reduction policy and planning PDF icon Save (144.04 KB) governance, planning, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 11 Sep 2015 Science in Motion PDF icon Save (1.44 MB) governance, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 10 Apr 2015 Scientific Diversity 2015 NSW RAF Presentation PDF icon Save (843.34 KB) mitigation, planning, policy

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