White activists in Indigenous Australia

White activists in Indigenous Australia: Discussion on anti-racism, solidarity and humanitarianism

Dear Colleague,

If you are in the New York City Area, join us at the Wenner-Gren Foundation for a discussion between Emma Kowal and Clare Land. Both Drs. Kowal and Land have published recent books studying the activists working with the indigenous populations in their home country. The event will be moderated by Professor Elizabeth A. Povinelli, chair of the anthropology department at Columbia University. 

Tuesday Oct. 6, 6:30p


Neo-Liberalism Before Its Time: Free Trade and Social Democracy in the Era of the 'Great Compression,' 1945-1972.

Public lecture by Professor Leon Fink, UIC Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Tuesday 22 September 2015


South Lecture Theatre

Old Arts

University of Melbourne


CFP: Digital Panopticon: Penal History in a Digital Age

Submissions are invited for a conference to be held at the University of Tasmania, 22-24 June 2016 on the digital humanities and the history of prisons, the law, courts and convict transportation systems. The conference will address ways in which the increasing amounts of data generated by criminal justice systems available in digital form can be used to shed light on the past. An exciting aspect of the meeting is that it represents an opportunity to bring together researchers from four existing high profile collaborations:

CFP: Edited Collection on Settler Colonialism

We seek submissions for a collection of new examinations of settler colonialism as expressed and developed through literature or other “texts” (including films, historical documents, art, architecture, music, maps, and advertisements, among other types of texts).  We are particularly interested in submissions that approach these texts as articulations of transnational connections developed by ways of settler migration and/or colonial displacement.


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