Melinda Hinkson is an anthropologist with wide ranging interests in visual culture. Much of her work has been informed by ethnographic research and long-term friendships with Warlpiri people of Central Australia. She is author of Remembering the Future: Warlpiri Life Through the Prism of Drawing (Aboriginal Studies Press 2014), editor of Imaging Identity: Media, Memory and Portraiture in the Digital Age (ANU Press 2016), and co-editor of Culture Crisis: Anthropology and Politics in Aboriginal Australia (UNSW Press 2010), Coercive Reconciliation: Stabilise, Normalise, Exit Aboriginal Australia (Arena Publications 2007) and An Appreciation of Difference: WEH Stanner and Aboriginal Australia. Melinda’s current research focuses on postcolonial placemaking and the turbulence of displacement, as well as the analysis of contemporary cultural attitudes to images. She is currently Associate Professor of Anthropology and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow in the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University and also an Arena Publications Editor.