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Yasunori Hayashi is a lecturer in Indigenous knowledge of northern Australia and a course coordinator of the Yolŋu Studies Centre at Charles Darwin University. 

In learning and teaching I am particularly interested in exploring how the university such as CDU maintain the nature of Indigenous knowledge making and doing under the authority and guidance of elders.

In research, I am exploring the interface of anthropology and STS (Science and Technology Studies). More specifically it is a journey of how Yolŋu (people of East Arnhem Land) and Western science practitioners engage and work collaboratively, productively and carefully.  

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From Cyclones to COVID-19: Disaster Management from a Yolŋu perspective

Bulkanhawuy, J., Wanambi, G., Spencer, M., Hayashi, Y., Maliku, S. & Gundjarranbuy, R., 30 Apr 2020, Northern Institute.

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