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Anthroprospective is Australia’s first and only independent anthropology journal of its kind based in Naarm (Melbourne).

Anthroprospective was born from a deep appreciation for academic literature and rigorous social research. However, all too often, the merits of academic output are made exclusive and important contributions by researchers on current issues seldom influence a mainstream audience.

In a humble effort to bring current research trends and voices onto an accessible platform, Anthroprospective seeks to provide readers with intellectual  literary nourishment through featured articles, engaging interviews with researchers and practitioners working within the social sciences and everyday people who help us to learn more about the human condition. 

Founder and Editor-in-Chief

Courtney holds a First-Class Honours in Anthropology from the University of Queensland. She has over six years of experience working in the community development sector and, for the past three years, has been working as a native title anthropologist.

Courtney has published for The Australian Journal of Anthropology. She loves to bring her background experience in social anthropology, community development and journalism to her writing style. Her work is largely informed by the social peculiarities of modern thought, current trends in the humanities and arts, and through the lived experiences of human beings.


Anthroprospective is Australia’s first independent anthropology journal of it’s kind. Based in Naarm (Melbourne).

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work, the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri and Bunurong people.