One of our post grads here in MIC Phil Adgemis has just been awarded this prestigious scholarship.
Phil also tutors in our first year unit: ATS1254Culture , Power and Difference
For Details See here: http://history.cass.anu.edu.au/minoru-hokari-scholarship
2014 Future Justice Prize awarded to John Bradley
Associate Professor John Bradley of the Monash Indigenous Centre has won the 2014 Future Justice … Continue reading 2014 Future Justice Prize awarded to John Bradley
Showcasing current research and Interdisciplinary potential
To mark Monash Indigenous Centre moving into the Menzies building and in celebration of the Faculty without Borders, the academic staff of MIC will showcase their current research projects highlighting the opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary work, including postgraduate supervision.
The Paleo Diet: the struggle for food security between Indigenous and non-indigenous Australians
Wednesday 3rd September 2014 , 2pm to 3pm Monash Indigenous Centre LibraryBuilding 55 level 2. … Continue reading The Paleo Diet: the struggle for food security between Indigenous and non-indigenous Australians
Indigenous Australian astronomy – Dr Duane W. Hamacher
Wednesday 27th August 2014, 2pm to 3pm Monash Indigenous Centre LibraryBuilding 55 level 2. Clayton … Continue reading Indigenous Australian astronomy – Dr Duane W. Hamacher
‘Factotum and Friend’: Two Central Australian case studies in ethnographic encounter and exchange
Wednesday 20th August, 2pm to 3pm. Monash Indigenous Centre Library, Building 55 level 2. Clayton Campus. Mickey Akwerre Pengarte Dow Dow was a Northern Arrernte man born at Harry Creek, Central Australia around 1856. Dow Dow had been present when Spencer and Gillen documented Arrernte ceremonies at Alice Springs in the summer of 1896. In the 1930s he produced detailed illustrations in order to explain complex Arrernte beliefs to another budding anthropologist, Olive Muriel Pink. Dow Dow’s career as an ‘informant’ continued when he met the young linguist and ethnographer T.G.H. Strehlow in 1932 and went on to share details of the mythologies and ritual of his traditional lands.
Fear and Assuagement: representations and engagement of First Peoples in national museum spaces.
Dr Sandy O’Sullivan.
Wednesday 16th April, 2pm to 3pm.
Monash Indigenous Centre Library,
Building 55 level 2. Clayton Campus