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Sally Treloyn

Principal Research Fellow
indigenous
junba
northwest australia
science & technology
kimberley
anthropology
life sciences & biomedicine
sound
relationality
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Sally Treloyn

 
Division
Fine Arts And Music
 
Primary Interest
Ethnomusicology; Australian Aboriginal; Postcolonial; Intercultural Collaborative Research; Comparative Analysis; Digital Humanities
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Sally Treloyn

 

Dr Sally Treloyn (PhD Ethnomusicology, USYD) is an ARC Future Fellow and Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music undertaking several research projects and contracts. As Co-Director of the Research Unit for Indigenous Arts and Cultures, Sally plays a strategic role in the Indigenous research and research training agenda of the Faculty with the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development.

Sally serves on the University's Education, Fine Arts Music and Business Human Ethics Sub-Committee, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music Inclusion and Diversity Committee, and is a member of the Wilin Executive Committee. Sally's primary research interests are Australian Aboriginal song and dance practices (with special expertise in traditions of the Kimberley and west Pilbara), sustainability and resilience, and archives and collections.

Projects

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13

Projects

Project Types


9

Research Grant


3

Internal Research Grant


1

Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

Australian Research Council Future Fellowship

2015

Society for Ethnomusicology - Applied Ethnomusicology Study Group

1998

University of Sydney

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Principal Research Fellow

Victorian College Of The Arts

Member

International Council for Traditional Music

Member

Music, Mind, Wellbeing Initiative

Secretary To The Steering Committee

National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia

Member

Society for Ethnomusicology

Education


Doctor of Philosophy (Ethnomusicology)

University of Sydney

Bachelor of Music Honours (Performance) plus Medal

University of Sydney