Dr David Kelly

David is a cultural geographer that specialises in ethnographic methods, particularly embodied and affective understandings of settler-colonial policy and activism

His research to date includes a focus upon remote Aboriginal housing, inner-city public housing, disability in the city, environmental controversy and green-led urban regeneration.

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Three key takeaways ahead of the Victorian budget

19 November 2020

As Victoria turns the corner, economic, social housing and urban planning experts point to three key shifts in the upcoming Victorian Budget.

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CUR researchers among The Conversation’s leading thinkers

27 October 2020

Two of our RMIT CUR researchers have been recognised in The Conversation’s 2020 annual yearbook examining a life changing year and what comes next.

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Melbourne tower lockdowns unfairly target already vulnerable public housing residents

06 July 2020

This week, the Victorian government unilaterally placed the residents of nine public housing towers in inner Melbourne under “hard lockdown” due to the “explosive potential” of increasing COVID-19 cases.

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