Clint is a Vice-Chancellor's Teaching and Research Fellow at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia, 2016.
Graduate Diploma of Education, Edith Cowan University, 2005.
Bachelor of Arts, Murdoch University, 2002.
Recent Research Grants
Restoring on-Country performance: song, language and south coast landscapes, Australian Research Council, Grant - Discovery Indigenous,
2020 - 2023, $2,117,757.
Developing Esperance Nyoongar language resources, Edith Cowan University, ECU Reconciliation Action Plan / Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Researcher Grant,
2020 - 2021, $24,991.
Mobilising song archives to nourish an endangered Aboriginal language, Australian Research Council, Grant - Discovery Indigenous,
2017 - 2020, $159,257.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
Bracknell, C., Scott, K., (2019), Ever-widening circles: Consolidating and enhancing Wirlomin Noongar archival material in the community. Archival returns: Central Australia and beyond, 18(16), 325-338, Honolulu, United States of America, University of Hawai’i Press.
Bracknell, C., (2019), Identity, language and collaboration in Indigenous music. The Difference Identity Makes: Indigenous Cultural Capital in Australian Cultural Fields, 99-123, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Aboriginal Studies Press.
Collard, L., Hartley, J., Scott, K., Lucy, N., Bracknell, C., (2017), Could a ‘Noongarpedia’ form the basis for an emerging form of citizenship in the age of new media?. Media and Citizenship: Between Marginalisation and Participation, 159-180, South Africa, HSRC Press.
Bracknell, C., (2017), Maaya Waab (Playing with Sound): Nyungar Song Language and Spoken Language in the South-West of Western Australia. Recirculating Songs: Revitalising the Singing Practices of Indigenous Australia , 45-57, Canberra, Australia, Asia-Pacific Linguistics.
Bracknell, C., (2016), Bobby Roberts: Intermediary and Outlaw of Western Australia’s South Coast. Brokers and Boundaries: Colonial Exploration in Indigenous Territory, 119-139, Canberra, Australia, ANU E Press.
Bracknell, C., Collard, L., Palmer, D., Revell, G., (2015), Ngatj baranginy Ngulluckiny koorliny Derbal Yirigan bilya: Take Me to the Place the Estuary that Place on the River that Rises and Falls. Take me to the River: the story of Perth's foreshore , 253-268, Perth, Australia, UWA Publishing.
Bracknell, C., (2019), Connecting Indigenous song archives to kin, Country and language. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 20(2), 25 pages, DOI: 10.1353/cch.2019.0016.
Bracknell, C., (2017), Conceptualizing Noongar Song. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 49(1), 92-113, USA, Cambridge.
Collard, L., Bracknell, C., Palmer, D., (2017), Nyungar of Southwestern Australia and Flinders: A Dialogue on Using Nyungar Intelligence to Better Understand Coastal Exploration. ab-Original: Journal of Indigenous Studies and First Nations and First Peoples' Cultures, 1(1), 1-16, Pennsylvania State University, USA.
Bracknell, C., Kickett, C., (2017), Inside Out: An Indigenous Community Radio Response to Incarceration in Western Australia. ab-Original: Journal of Indigenous Studies and First Nations and First Peoples' Cultures, 1(1), 81-98, Pennsylvania State University, USA, Penn State University Press.
Bracknell, C., (2016), ‘Say You’re a Nyungarmusicologist’: Indigenous Research and Endangered Song. Musicology Australia, 37(2), 199-217, Routledge, DOI: 10.1080/08145857.2015.1075260.
Bracknell, C., (2016), Singing Back to the Archive. Westerly, 61(1), 92-104, Western Australia, UWA Publishing.