Kelly Greenop

Dr Kelly Greenop is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning where she is affiliated with ATCH, the Architecture Theory Culture History research centre. She has qualifications in Architecture (B Arch, Hons. 1996) and Anthropology (PhD 2013), along with education (Grad Cert Higher Education (2009). Kelly’s research in Digital Cultural Heritage, utilises digital recording, interpretation and archiving of the tangible and intangible significance of places, buildings and activities in South East Queensland. She has collaborated with industry partners on award-winning heritage projects. Kelly’s other focus of research is First Nations people’s culture and places, and she has worked for and with communities in urban Brisbane, Mt Isa, Gununa Mornington Island and more. She is a co-editor of The Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture (2018) and is an appointed member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, since 2010.