Dr Holly Randell-Moon

Senior Lecturer, School of Indigenous Australian Studies

Holly teaches and researches within the areas of Indigenous media studies, critical race and whiteness studies, communications and new media, feminist media studies, and education and the knowledge economy. She brings an Indigenous Studies disciplinary focus to bear on questions of the systems, technologies, politics, and cultures of libraries in terms of how knowledge is authorised and what communities are included and excluded in the representation of data and resources through library systems. She is interested in culturally responsive approaches to representing Indigenous Australian communities in library systems, as well as anti-racist and feminist approaches to information and knowledge systems in an effort to ensure that library services meet the needs of diverse communities and include diverse understandings of information literacy and digital citizenship. ​