The Anti-Colonial Research Library was created to be used as a research and teaching tool for knowledge democracy.

It is work-in-progress and new resources that meet the criteria will be added yearly. Please get in touch if you have ideas on how to expand the Library.

Most of the resources and practices brought together on this site refer to decolonising research, a phrase widely used in academia. We refer to anti-colonial practices to avoid weakening the emancipatory intent of decolonisation as the ongoing fight for returning land to First Nations peoples and revaluing Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing.
Project lead: Caroline Lenette, Associate Professor, UNSW, migrant-settler on Bedigal Land.
Assistance: Joanna Brooke and Sala-O-Vea Walter.
Funding (design/set-up): UNSW Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture.