Deep Histories, Indigenous Futures ECR Workshop Wrap-up

Deep Histories, Indigenous Futures ECR Workshop Wrap-up
My Country by Kayannie Denigan. Image courtesy of artist.
Monday 27 September 2021

‘Deep Histories, Indigenous Futures’, the second Kathleen Fitzpatrick Workshop of the ARC Laureate Project ‘Rediscovering the Deep Human Past’, brought together postgraduate students and early career researchers from across the country. Indigenous histories address diverse audiences, speaking to local families and communities, to broader national and international conversations. These histories speak variously to policy change or to political contestation, sometimes to public memory or national mythologies. And they are formed through relationships between peoples and Country that were the focus of discussion.

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