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Glen Stasiuk (nee Keen/Farmer/Hayward is a lecturer & senior Indigenous researcher at Murdoch University[1] wer award winning film director. Glen, through his maternal descendents is a Minang-Wadjari Nyungar man. His paternal family immigrated from post-war Russia. [2]. He is a filmmaker, researcher wer writer who explores culture, knowledge wer diverse narratives.

Education[edit]

Glen holds Business Degree from Edith Cowan University wer a Bachelor of Arts and PhD from Murdoch University.In 2002 he was awarded a First Class Honours Degree in Media Studies, delivering the Valedictory Address in 2002.[3]

Teaching Area[edit]

  • 1999-2010 – KAC064 Foundations of the Media (Coordinator)
  • 1999 – KAC062 Foundations of Information Technology (Coordinator)
  • 2000 – A001 Business Studies (Coordinator)
  • 2000 – 2010 (Summer School) – Koora Kudidj Indigenous Pre-Law Program (Guest Lecturer & Co-coordinator)
  • 2000 – H321 Children & the Media (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2000 – 2006 – UniAccess & UniQuest (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2000 – 2005 – KAC073 University Studies (Coordinator)
  • 2003 – 2011 (Summer School) – Kulbardi Wangkiny Indigigenous Pre-Media Program (Coordinator)
  • 2003/2006/2007 (Summer School) – Wangkiny Boodjah Indigenous Pre-Sustainability Program (Guest Lecturer & Co-coordinator)
  • 2003 – KAC071 Study of Society & Politics (Coordinator)
  • 2003 – 2005 – Independent Study Contract(s) (within the School of Media Communication & Culture)
  • 2004 – FOU130 Age of Information (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2004 – 2010 – AIS177/KAC177 Introduction to Nyungar Culture (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2005 – Honours Supervision: ‘Wake Up Your Idea – Rock & Race in Singapore’ – School of Media Communication & Culture
  • 2005 – AIS215 Constructions of Aboriginality in Australian Film & Television (Coordinator)
  • 2006 – AIS315/515 Aboriginality in Australian Film & Television (Coordinator)
  • 2006 – 2007 – AIS180 Introduction to Australian Indigenous Studies (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2006 – 2009 – FDN106 World Indigenous Knowledges (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2006 – 2010 – (Winter Term) – KAC272/2721 Wanju Boodjah (Coordinator)
  • 2007 – 2009 (Summer School) – Koort Mooditj Indigenous Pre-Nursing Program (Guest Lecturer & Co-coordinator)
  • 2008 – Independent Study Contract(s) [x3] (within the School of Media Communication & Culture)
  • 2009 – 2010 – EQU060 OnTrack (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2010 – MCC302 Advanced Screen (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2010 – 2013 – FDN101 Creativity & Innovation (Guest Lecturer)
  • 2011- 2013 – Honours Dissertation examination (Curtin University)
  • 2012 – MCC231 Narrating the Nation (Guest Lecturer)

Current work[edit]

  • 2016 Stasiuk, Glen & Hibberd, Lily. Rottnest or Wadjemup: tourism wer the forgetting of Aboriginal incarceration, The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, Editors: Jacqueline Z Wilson, Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piche & Kevin Walby, Palgrave Mcmillan Publishers Ltd, Sydney [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hibberd, Lily & Stasiuk, Glen. Vagabonds wer Rogues: the prison writing of Aboriginal author Graeme Dixon, The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, Editors: Jacqueline Z Wilson, Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piche & Kevin Walby, Palgrave Mcmillan Publishers Ltd, Sydney [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hopper, Stephen. Nannup, Noel. Robertson, Francesca & Stasiuk, Glen. Nyoongar Boodja: Koomba Bardip Kooratan (Nyoongar Boodjar – Long Story Short), ECU [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hopper, Stephen. Nannup, Noel. Robertson, Francesca & Stasiuk, Glen. About Time: Concepts Underpinning a Conjoint Timeline of Nyoongar Knowledge & Western Science, Journal of Collaborative Anthropology [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hopper, Stephen. Nannup, Noel. Robertson, Francesca & Stasiuk, Glen. Ngalak Koora Koora Djinang (Looking Back Together), Journal of Australian Institute of Aboriginal wer Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Canberra [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Stasiuk, Glen. Murdoch University Boodjah, The 40th Anniversary of Murdoch University, Murdoch University, Perth [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 A Shot Rings Out, Independent Production, Writer/Producer & Director: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions, 12 mins [DVD]
  • 2016 DREAMTIME, Independent Production, Producer & Director: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions, (WEB) Series [DVD]
  • 2016 Yulubidyi: Until the End, Screen West Elevate 70, Producer: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions, 10 mins [DVD]
  • 2015 Sol Bunker, Screen West Elevate 30, Producer: Glen Stasiuk, Trash Factory Films & BlackRussian Productions, 10 mins [DVD]
  • 2015 SYNERGIES: Walking Together – Belonging to Country, Lottery West, Dir/Co-Prod: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions & ECU, 33 mins [DVD]
  • 2015 spaced 2 : future recall, Western Australian Museum Perth, Artist: Lily Hibberd with Glen Stasiuk, 19th February – 29th March.
  • 2014 Peters, Nonja. Marinova, Dora & Stasiuk, Glen Marooned Dutch East India Company Mariners’ Aboriginal Connections in Western Australia: The Untold Story, Transformations – An Interdisciplinary Journal, ISSN 1230-0292
  • 2014 Stasiuk, Glen Wadjemup: Rottnest Island as Black Prison & White Plaground, PhD Exegesis, Murdoch University, Murdoch.
  • 2014 Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground, Australian Research Council (ARC), BlackRussian Productions & Kulbardi Productions, Dir & Prod: Glen Stasiuk, 52 minutes. [DVD]

Previous work[edit]

The Forgotten[edit]

The Forgotten was voted Best Documentary at the 2003 WA Screen Awards. [4]

Noongar of the Beeliar (Swan River)[edit]

[5]

The Ngallak Koort Boodja Project[edit]

[6]

Weewar – A Bindjareb Warrior[edit]

[7]

Footprints in the Sand[edit]

[8]

Gnulla Katitjin Quoppadar Boodjar (Our Understanding of Beautiful Country)[edit]

[9]

Razor Wire[edit]

[10]

Wadjemup: Black Prison, White Playground[edit]

[11]

About the Aboriginal prison il Wp/nys/Wadjemup (Rottnest Island)

A field in France[edit]

[12]

SYNERGIES: Walking Together - Belonging to Country[edit]

[13]

Presentations[edit]

Chapters[edit]

  • Stasiuk, G., (2008),Warriors then...Warriors still: Aboriginal soldiers in the 20th century,In: History, Politics & Knowledge: Essays in Australian Indigenous Studies, Australian Scholarly Publishing, bibols 191 to 205.
  • Stasiuk, G., (2004),"...Til the Day We Die": Multiculturalism from an Indigenous Perspective",In: A Changing People: Diverse Contributions to the State of Western Australia, Office of Multicultural Interests, Government of Western Australia, bibols 0 to 0.

Journals[edit]

  • Stasiuk, G., Kinnane, S., (2010), Keepers of our Stories, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 39S, , bibols 87 - 95.
  • Stasiuk, G., (2006), Warriors then...Warriors Still: Aboriginal Soldiers in the 20th Century, Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 0, , bibols 0 - 0.

Conference[edit]

  • Ejueyitsi, V., Stasiuk, G., (2008),The Factors That Influenced Health Service Delivery System in Developing Countries: A Case of Nigeria in Colonial & Post Colonial Era,In: 3rd Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing wer Management Development (2008).
  • Stasiuk, G., (2002),"The Forgotten": Indigenous Service in the Australian Armed Forces in the 20th Century,In: Australian Institute of Aboriginal wer Torres Strait Islander Studies.
  • 2002 Stasiuk, Glen (2002) The FORGOTTEN: Indigenous Service in the Australian Armed Forces in the 20th Century, Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Canberra.
  • 2002 Writer/Producer/Director- The FORGOTTEN 39 minute documentary DVD/Video (Director’s Cut) - (with the assistance of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS))
  • 2002 Stasiuk, Glen (2002) Frontlines: Gender, Identity & War Paper: The FORGOTTEN, Monash University, Melbourne.
  • 2003 Broadcast: The FORGOTTEN, Message Stick, ABC Television, ABC Productions, BlackRussian Productions, April 27th 2003, Dir: Glen Stasiuk, 26 mins. [DVD]
  • 2003 Stasiuk, Glen (2004) Chapter 2: „…Till the Day we Die‟: Multiculturalism from an Indigenous Perspective, A Changing People: Diverse Contributions to the State of Western Australia, Ed: Raelene Wilding & Farida Tilbury, Office of Multicultural Interests Government of Western Australia, Perth.
  • 2005 Broadcast: Noongar of the Beeliar (Swan River), South West Aboriginal Boodjar & Sea Council (SWALS), Kulbardi Productions, July 28th *2006, Prod & Dir: Glen Stasiuk, 22 mins. [DVD]
  • 2006 Broadcast: Weewar, Message Stick [Deadly Yarns II], ABC Television, ABC Productions in conjunction with BlackRussian Productions, March 2006, Dir: Glen Stasiuk. 6 minutes. [DVD]
  • 2007 The Ngallak Koort Boodja Project, Lottery West Perth International Arts Festival, Kulbardi Productions, December 2006, Prod: Glen Stasiuk, 56 minutes. [DVD]
  • 2007 Broadcast: Footprints in the Sand (Jinna Mitinu Barnunga), SBS TV; Australian Film Commission (AFC); Film Finance Corporation; Lottery West & Screen West, BlackRussian Productions, Dir: Glen Stasiuk, 26 minutes. [DVD]
  • 2008 Gnulla Katitjin Quoppadar Boodjar (Our Understanding of Beautiful Country), Avon Catchment Council & WA Government, Kulbardi Productions, Dir: Glen Stasiuk, 26 minutes [DVD]
  • 2009 Stasiuk, Glen (2005) “Warriors then…Warriors still‟: Aboriginal Soldiers in the 20th Century, History, Politics & Knowledge: Essays in Australian Indigenous Studies, Editor: Andrew Gunstone, Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, Victoria.
  • 2009 Stasiuk, Glen (2009) Aboriginal Servicemen & Servicewomen, Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, Edited by Jenny Gregory & Jan Gothard, University of Western Australia Press, Crawley.
  • 2010 Stasiuk, Glen [with Steve Kinnane] (2010) “Keepers of our Stories”, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, University of Queensland.
  • 2011 Exhibition: “Wadjemup” – Two Way – Collaborative Works by Perth’s Leading Indigenous & non-Indigenous Artists (in collaboration with artists Tania Ferrier & James Kerr) – Kidogo Arthouse Gallery – Fremantle
  • 2012 Exhibition: Humaninside & “Razor Wire”, Visual collage & DVD Documentary Production, Part of the HUMANINSIDE Exhibition with Tania Ferrier & James Kerr, Fremantle Prison, Fremantle
  • 2012 “Razor Wire”, Australian Research Council (ARC), BlackRussian Productions & Kulbardi Productions, Dir & Prod: Glen Stasiuk, 7 minutes [You-tube] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdSYJpU3LCY
  • 2013 Exhibition: “TIME” 1912 – 2012”, in collaboration with artists Tania Ferrier & James Kerr, The Mid West Art Prize, Geraldton,
  • 2014 Peters, Nonja. Marinova, Dora & Stasiuk, Glen Marooned Dutch East India Company Mariners’ Aboriginal Connections in Western Australia: The Untold Story, Transformations – An Interdisciplinary Journal, ISSN 1230-0292
  • 2014 [on-going] Wadjemup to Walyalup Rottnest Museum Exhibition, Key Contributor & Film Productions; ‘Weewar’ & ‘Razorwire’, Rottnest Island Authority (RIA)
  • 2014 Stasiuk, Glen Wadjemup: Rottnest Island as Black Prison & White Plaground, PhD Exegesis, Murdoch University, Murdoch. http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/25193/
  • 2014 Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground, Australian Research Council (ARC), BlackRussian Productions & Kulbardi Productions, Dir & Prod: Glen Stasiuk, 52 minutes. [DVD] https://vimeo.com/94485013 [password: wadjemup]
  • 2015 spaced 2 : future recall, Western Australian Museum Perth, Artist: Lily Hibberd with Glen Stasiuk, 19th February – 29th March.
  • 2015 In a Field in France, Independent Production, BlackRussian Productions, Dir & Prod: Glen Stasiuk, 4 minutes [You-tube] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCp5LMiE7E4
  • 2015 SYNERGIES: Walking Together – Belonging to Country, Lottery West, Dir/Co-Prod: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions & ECU, 33 mins [DVD]
  • 2015 Sol Bunker, Screen West Elevate 30, Producer: Glen Stasiuk, Trash Factory Films & BlackRussian Productions, 10 mins [DVD]
  • 2016 Stasiuk, Glen. Murdoch University Boodjah, The 40th Anniversary of Murdoch University, Murdoch University, Perth
  • 2016 Hopper, Stephen. Nannup, Noel. Robertson, Francesca & Stasiuk, Glen. Ngalak Koora Koora Djinang (Looking Back Together), Journal of Australian Institute of Aboriginal wer Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Canberra [accepted - awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hopper, Stephen. Nannup, Noel. Robertson, Francesca & Stasiuk, Glen. Nyoongar Boodja: Koomba Bardip Kooratan (Nyoongar Boodjar – Long Story Short), ECU [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hopper, Stephen. Nannup, Noel. Robertson, Francesca & Stasiuk, Glen. About Time: Concepts Underpinning a Conjoint Timeline of Nyoongar Knowledge & Western Science, Journal of Collaborative Anthropology [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Stasiuk, Glen & Hibberd, Lily. Rottnest or Wadjemup: tourism wer the forgetting of Aboriginal incarceration, The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, Editors: Jacqueline Z Wilson, Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piche & Kevin Walby, Palgrave Mcmillan Publishers Ltd, Sydney [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Hibberd, Lily & Stasiuk, Glen. Vagabonds wer Rogues: the prison writing of Aboriginal author Graeme Dixon, The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, Editors: Jacqueline Z Wilson, Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piche & Kevin Walby, Palgrave Mcmillan Publishers Ltd, Sydney [awaiting publication]
  • 2016 Yulubidyi: Until the End, Screen West Elevate 70, Producer: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions, 10+ mins – [Funded - in Pre-Production]
  • 2016/17 DREAMTIME, Independent Production, (Co)Writer, (Co)Producer & Director: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions, (WEB) Series – [in Development with ABC & Screen Australia]
  • 2016/17 A Shot Rings Out, Independent Production, Writer/Producer & Director: Glen Stasiuk, BlackRussian Productions, 12 mins – [In development & pre-production]

Production and teaching awards[edit]

  • 2014 Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground Nominated for Best Documentary – History & Best Docu-drama ATOM Awards
  • 2014 Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground Out-of-competition Screening: Cinefest Oz Festival
  • 2014 Wadjemup: Black Prison - White Playground OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT Feature Film – Factual – 26th Annual WA Screen Awards [including nominations for Best Direction/Cinematography/Production Design/Editing/Soundtrack]
  • 2013 “TIME” 1912 – 2012”, in collaboration with artists Tania Ferrier & James Kerr, The Mid West Art Prize, Geraldton, Finalist
  • 2011 Recognition of Service (10 Years Continuous) Certificate – Vice Chancellor’s commendation & recognition
  • 2010 Certificate of Recognition – Vice Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching Awards Murdoch University
  • 2008 Footprints in the Sand Montreal First People’s Film Festival Short Documentary Finalist
  • 2008 Footprints in the Sand Dungong Film Festival Finalist
  • 2007 Footprints in the Sand imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Finalist
  • 2007 NAIDOC Perth (Runner Up) Artist of the Year
  • 2003 The FORGOTTEN Best Documentary Production @ 16th WA Screen Awards – Perth
  • 2002 The FORGOTTEN Award for Excellence – Achievement in Documentary @ Screen Academy Festival – Perth
  • 1997 The SHOT Audience Award – Short Film @ Murdoch University Screen Event – Perth

Other Awards[edit]

  • 2005 Broken Bonds 2nd People’s Choice – 18th Western Australian Screen Awards
  • 2005 Weewar Nomination: Best Production Design @ WA Screen Awards
  • 2003 Opportunity Costs 2ND Best Short Film @ ‘Muddy Shorts’ Student Guild Film Festival – Perth

Research and Production Grants[edit]

  • 2016 Screen West Elevate 70 Short-film initiative for Yulubidyi – Until the End [Producer] $70,000
  • 2015 Lottery West Grant for research & documentary project SYNERGIES: Walking Together – Belonging to Boodjar [in collaboration with Kurongkurl Katitjin Centre for Indigenous Australian Education & Research ECU] $70,000
  • 2015 Screen West Elevate 30 Short-film initiative for Sol Bunker [Producer] $30,000
  • 2011 Minoru Hokari Memorial Scholarship Australian National University (ANU) – Canberra, $3000
  • 2009 Discovery Indigenous Researchers Development – Australian Research Council (ARC) Wadjemup: Rottnest Island as Black Prison & White Playground & “Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground”, $108,000
  • 2008 Avon Catchment Council & WA Government, for Kulbardi Productions “Gnulla Katitjin Quoppadar Boodjar (Our Understanding of Beautiful Country)” $18,000
  • 2008 Ngalang Boodja Council, Curtin University, & the Australian Government Department of Education, Science & Training (DEST), for Kulbardi Productions “Minninup Dreaming” & “The Collie Seed Project” $4000
  • 2007 SBS TV; Australian Film Commission (AFC); Film Finance Corporation; Lottery West & Screen West, for BlackRussian Productions “Footprints in the Sand (Jinna Mitinu Barnunga)” $132,000
  • 2006 Deadly Yarns II: ABC Television & ABC Productions, Screen West & Film & Television Institute for BlackRussian Productions “Weewar” $30,000
  • 2006 Conservation of Gingin Brook Boodjar Conservation District Committee & Council wer the Western Australian Government, Gingin Brook Aboriginal Heritage Study, $3000
  • 2005 South West Aboriginal Boodjar & Sea Council (SWALSC), for Kulbardi Productions, “Noongar of the Beeliar (Swan River)” $12,000
  • 2005 Mandjah Boodjah Aboriginal Corporation, Living in Harmony Grant, Australian Government, for Kulbardi Productions “Mandjah Boodjah: Learning to Co-exist”, $5000
  • 2002 Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Canberra for BlackRussian Productions & Honours *Project, “The FORGOTTEN” & The FORGOTTEN: Indigenous Service in the Australian Armed Forces in the 20th Century, $10,000
  • 2001 Hokari Scholarship [14]

Screenings[edit]

  • INTERROGATING TRAUMA - School of Arts [15]

External References[edit]

[16]

  1. Dr Glen Stasiuk. Murdoch University staff bibol. Retrieved 5 November 2016
  2. http://www.acrawsa.org.au/file/document/Stasiuk%20BIO%20(updated).pdf
  3. http://www.acrawsa.org.au/file/document/Stasiuk%20BIO%20(updated).pdf
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONwcf6ORgZU
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UB9Lr5TnI1A
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGLw_4QiEBA
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdSYJpU3LCY
  8. Glen Stasiuk. Wadjemup: Black Prison, White Playground. Screen Australia. 2014. Retrieved 5 November 2016
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCp5LMiE7E4
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeGqTpLDYjQ
  11. http://history.cass.anu.edu.au/event/2011-hokari-scholarship-award-presentation
  12. http://wwwmcc.murdoch.edu.au/trauma/docs/film-screening-list.pdf
  13. http://www.acrawsa.org.au/file/document/Stasiuk%20BIO%20(updated).pdf