Central Queensland University Australia
Bronwyn Fredericks is an Aboriginal Australian woman from South-East Queensland (Ipswich/Brisbane). She is a Professor and the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement), BMA Chair in Indigenous Engagement and President of Academic Board at Central Queensland University, Australia. Bronwyn is a member of the ARC funded National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network (NIRAKN) and holds a PhD, M.Educ., M.EducStudies, BEduc., Dip.T (Secondary).
FeatureIntroduction In the past five years, a number of cookbooks have been published by Indigenous Australian groups in association with government departments and non-profit organisations. These cookbooks typically involve community and public health nutritionists, dieticians, and health workers working with local communities to produce cookbooks that will improve the health status of...Read more
ArticlesBlack women are treated as though we are a box of chocolates presented to individual white women for their eating pleasure, so they can decide for themselves and others which pieces are most tasty (hooks 80). Introduction bell hooks equates African-American women with chocolates, which are picked out and selected for someone else’s...Read more