Mary Anne Jebb is a Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. Previously, she was the Research Associate and Project Manager for the ARC Linkage project ‘Deepening Histories of Place’ at The Australian National University. She researches and writes in areas of Australian history, medical history, women’s history and Indigenous history. She has particular interest in the recording and use of spoken histories and sound for increasing understanding and participation in Australian history. Her books, sound productions and exhibitions include ‘Across The Great Divide; Gender Relations On Australian Frontiers’ with Anna Haebich (1992), Emerarra: A Man of Merarra (1996), Blood Sweat and Welfare (2002), Mowanjum (2008), ‘Noongar Voices’ with Bill Bunbury (2010), ‘Burlganyja Wanggaya’ (2012) and ‘Singing The Train’ (2014). She is working on a monograph biography and analysis of the visual narrative artworks of deceased Aboriginal artist and historian Jack Wherra.