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Dr Sally Babidge received a PhD (Anthropology) from James Cook University where she was Lecturer from 2005 - 2006 before joining the faculty as Lecturer in Anthropology at University of Queensland. She is a Fellow of the Australian Anthropological Society. Her research interests are in the areas of Australian Aboriginal kinship and family, historical anthropology, the politics of indigenous identity and Native Title, and applied anthropology.

Babidge has been involved in historical and anthropological research with the people of Charters Towers since 2000, and the book Written True Not Gammon: A History of Aboriginal Charters Towers draws on the research completed for her doctoral thesis.

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