Dr. Michael John Christie is an Australian academic, researcher and author specialising in Yolŋu language and culture.
Christie worked in Yolŋu communities as a teacher-linguist in the 1970s and 1980s, and started the Yolŋu Studies program at Northern Territory University (now Charles Darwin University) in 1994.
After working within the Faculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and the School of Education, he moved to the Northern Institute in 2010 to take up a role as chief scientist for the Contemporary Indigenous Knowledge and Governance research group (Charles Darwin University, 2023).
Charles Darwin University. (2023). Michael Christie [Scopus research profile]. https://researchers.cdu.edu.au/en/persons/michael-christie
Ground Up Inquiry: Questions and Answers About the Emergence and Development of a Northern Australian Tradition of Situated Research
Indigenous Languages, Culture and Knowledge Services Workforce: Business Opportunities in an Emergent NT Services Economy
Disaster Resilience, Management and Preparedness in Aboriginal Communities in Darwin and Palmerston - Stage 2 Report: Indigenous Researcher Development
Disaster Resilience, Management and Preparedness in Aboriginal Communities in Darwin and Palmerston - Stage 1
Community Planning And Development Program - Ground Up Monitoring and Evaluation Interim Report - December 2019