'Indigenous perspectives: past and present' - Course

The Melbourne Free University
Free Course - Week 1
terra nullius, Indigenous sovereignty and the black GST
by Robbie Thorpe - Thursday 18th of August

The Alderman (upstairs gallery) 134 Lygon Street, Brunswick East

Speakers from various backgrounds will discuss the many forms of Australian indigeneity, and their relevance to our society.
Thursday 18th of August – 22th of September, 6.30pm – 8pm

Indigenous perspectives: past and present - Course: pdf Poster / Flyer pdf file

Semester begins Thursday 18th of August from 6.30pm at The Alderman (upstairs gallery) 134 Lygon Street, Brunswick East

week 1 18/08/11:
On terra nullius, Indigenous sovereignty and the black GST
(Robbie Thorpe)

week 2 25/08/11:
Indigenous politics on the international stage
(Speaker TBA)

week 3 01/09/11:
On supplanting societies and the genocidal imperative
(David Day)

week 4 08/09/11:
On the crisis in the Northern Territory
(Russell Skelton)

week 5 15/09/11:
Discussing Kim Scott’s “That Deadman Dance”
(Philip Morrissey)

week 6 22/09/11:
The interconnectedness of things: Models of Aboriginal health and health promotion drawn from community-led research
(Rachel Reilly and Onemda speakers)

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