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Director of International Partnerships, IUPUI Associate Director of the Confucius Institute in Indianapolis Adjunct Professor - Anthropology
Bachelor of Applied Science, Built Environment, Queensland University of Technology, 1981
Doctor of Philosophy, Anthropology, Charles Darwin University, 1996
Master of Letters in Aboriginal Studies, University of New England, 1992
Graduate Diploma in Intercultural Communication, Edith Cowan University, 1990
Graduate Diploma in Education, Charles Darwin University, 1996
Indigenous rights, with a focus on Aboriginal Australia and Armenia, and the vehicles for 'truth and reconciliation' including treaties, peace accords, apologies, reparations and apologies.
Truth and Reconciliation in Global Perspective Global Dialogs : Virtual study Abroad Experience (Palestine, Iran, Macedonia, Russia)
2011 - Presidential Fellow, Cornell College 2011 - Sen. Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization (for IUPUI) 2010 - Rotary World Peace Fellow 2009 - Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovation in International Education (for IUPUI)
"The Whale and the Cross. Conversations with David Burrumarra M.B.E." NT Historical Society.
"Aboriginal Reconciliation and the Dreaming. Warramiri Yolngu and the Quest for Equality." Allyn & Bacon.
Dr. McIntosh is the senior editorial advisor for the Cultural Survival Quarterly, the premier scholarly journal promoting the rights, voices, and visions, of the world's indigenous peoples. He also sits on the editorial board of the journal Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, and is an international editorial advisor for MAARIFA, the Moi University (Kenya) journal of social sciences and humanities.