Darryl Cronin

School of Humanities & Languages

Contact

Kensington Campus

Research

Darryl Cronin is an Indigenous research fellow in the School of Humanities and Languages, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, University of New South Wales. He has an undergraduate degree in Law and a Masters of Law in Environmental Law, and received his PhD from the University of New South Wales. His research focuses on constitutionalism, democracy and justice for Indigenous peoples. He has over 20 years of experience working in Indigenous rights, justice and development.

Publications

    Book Chapters

    • Cronin D, 2012, 'The Lead Up to the Passage of the Native Title Act', in Bauman T; Glick L (ed.), The Limits of Change: Mabo and Native Title 20 Years On, edn. Original, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra, pp. 47 - 73
    • Dodson P;Cronin D, 2011, 'An Australian Dialogue: Decolonising the Country', in Maddison S; Brigg M (ed.), Unsettling the settler state: Creativity and resistance in Indigenous settler-state governance, edn. 1, Federation Press, Sydney
    • Cronin D, 2007, 'Welfare dependency and mutual obligation: negating Indigenous sovereignty', in Moreton Robinson A (ed.), Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous Sovereignty Matters, edn. Original, Allen & Unwin Academic, NSW
    • Cronin DG, 2003, 'Indigenous Disadvantage, Indigenous Governance and the notion of a Treaty in Australia: An Indigenous Perspective', in Treaty Let's Get it Right! : a Collection of Essays from ATSIC's Treaty Think Tank and Authors Commissioned by AIATSIS on Treaty Issues

    Journal articles

    Reports

    Working Papers