Dr Dan Bendrups lectures in research development in the Research Education and Development (RED) Unit. His work is informed by nearly two decades in academia, including teaching-and-research roles, research only positions, and contributions to executive leadership as a deputy head of school and research director. His disciplinary background spans anthropology, cultural studies, and creative practice, and he is known internationally for his work concerning Rapanui (Easter Island) cultural heritage. As well as researching in these domains, he also provides broad-based doctoral supervision in ethnographic methods. He has a particular interest in doctoral supervision and leads the RED supervision portfolio.
- Graduate Research School , DVC (Research)
- Graduate Research School , Graduate Research School
- Senior Research Fellow, Senior Lecturer, Deputy Director (Research), Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University 2011 - 2016
- Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, University of Otago 2004 - 2011
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