Academic journal article Australian Aboriginal Studies

Research Seminar Series

Academic journal article Australian Aboriginal Studies

Research Seminar Series

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The second semester 2005 seminar series--'Writing Indigenous Historical Narratives'--was convened by Geoffrey Gray and Steve Kinnane. Abstracts of seminars presented are available at .

23 May 2005: Kura yeye boorda (The past, today and the future)

Len Collard, chair, Australian Indigenous Studies Program, Murdoch University

29 August 2005: Trials and Aboriginal history: facts, evidence, proof

Dr James Warden, curator, National Museum of Australia

5 September 2005: "Never forgotten': Pearl Gibbs (Gambanyi)

Stephanie Gilbert, lecturer, English Language and Foundation Studies Centre, University of Newcastle

12 September 2005: An epistemological approach to the writing of Indigenous history: case study, 'The history of Indigenous peoples' involvement in the NTEHP' Dr Gordon Briscoe, Research Fellow, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University

26 September 2005: "Tongue-tied and writing: Kayang and me'

Mr Kim Scott (writer and Miles Franklin literary award winner), Coobellup, Perth

10 October 2005: Creating socially robust knowledge: respecting Indigenous histories

Associate Professor Anna Haebich, co-director, Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University

17 October 2005: Dianne Jones: an artist's own words Dianne Jones (Nyungar nation), Melbourne

24 October 2005: Who's reading Misplaced Hopes ? …

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