Anna Kenny is a consultant anthropologist who has been based in Alice Springs for over 24 years and was an Australian Research Council postdoctoral fellow in the School of Archaeology and Anthropology at The Australian National University between 2012 and 2016. She has conducted field research with Indigenous people in the Northern Territory since 1991, as well as in Queensland and Western Australia. She has written a number of connection reports for native title claims and is the author of a book on Carl Strehlow’s ethnography, The Aranda’s Pepa: An Introduction to Carl Strehlow’s Masterpiece Die Aranda und Loritja-Stämme in Zentral-Australien (1907–1920). Currently, she is working on a book on T.G.H. Strehlow and Arandic ethnography, and is finalising the translation from German to English of Carl Strehlow’s Aranda-German-Loritja-Dieri dictionary.