Dr Kelly Greenop
Dr Kelly Greenop is has worked, collaborated and researched with Indigenous people about their architecture, places and Country since 1997. She is a senior lecturer at theUniversity of Queensland’s School of Architecture and is one of four editors of the Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture (2018), an international collection of thirty-four chapters on contemporary architecture by, for and about Indigenous people.
Kelly has researched Indigenous peoples’ household cultural needs, experiences of crowding, place attachment and the meaning of Country in urban Indigenous settings, and embedded this into her architecture teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and conducts research within the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre at the University of Queensland.
Dr Kelly Greenop. Photo by Alana McTiernan.