Recorded previous seminars
Listed below are recordings of previous seminars available from the Elizabeth Eggleston Memorial Collection:
- Dr Barry Judd, Monash University, Aboriginal Identity and Nationalism in Australian Football (2007)
- Prof Lynette Russell, Monash University, From Anthropological Specimen to Historical Actor: William Lanne, Whaler, Shipmate and Friend (2007)
- Mr Jeremy Ash, Monash PhD candidate, Lining the Path, Mission Sites in Northeastern Australia (2007)
- Dr Gwenda Baker, Monash University, The Boycott: Goulburn Island Activists and the Missionaries (2007)
- Dr John Bradley, Dr Amanda Kearney and Mr Tom Chandler, Monash University, I Saw My Mother’s Song (2008)
- Dr Andrew Gunstone, Monash University, ‘Unfinished Business: the Australian Reconciliation Process’ (2008)
- Dr Therese Davis, Film and TV Studies, School of English, Communication and Performance Studies, Collaborative Moments: Indigenous and non-Indigenous Partnerships in Australian Film (2008)
- Prof Jane McMillan, St Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada, Seeking Netukulimk: An exploration of Mi’Kmaq Law Ways in Resource Relations (2008)
- Mr Bryan Fricker, Monash PhD candidate, Apology or Excuse? An Opportunity Lost? A Critical Discourse Analysis of Brendan Neslon’s Apology to the Stolen Generation (2008)
- Dr George Mukuka, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, The Making of the Catholic Indigenous Clergy in South Africa (2008)
- Dr Stephen Pritchard, Monash University, The Culture of Multiculturalism: Reflections of the Question of Culture and Cultural Diversity (2008)
- Dr Ian Lilley, Queensland University, Archaeology and the ‘tyranny of participation’: have we avoided a backlash or is it still coming? (2008)
- Dr Sue Taffe, Honorary Research Associate, Monash University, Fighting Friendships: campaigners for Aboriginal rights, 1950s–1970s
- Dr Sean Gorman, Melbourne University, Blak Magik: Indigenous participation and the AFL
- Dr Denise Cuthbert, School of Political and Social Inquiry, Monash University, Sorry business and yet more sorry business: Reconciling the politics of black and white ‘stolen’ children in contemporary Australia
- Mr Michael Aird, Monash University, Photographers and Aborigines in South East Queensland: 1860 to 1920
- Dr Lachlan Paterson, University of Otago, Indigenous-language Print Culture: Colonial Discourses and Indigenous Agency
- Dr Angela Wanhalla, University of Otago, Unexpected Intimacies: William White and the Wesleyan Mission in Australasia, 1827–1875
- Dr Stephen Pritchard,, Monash University, Colonialism and the Politics of Law and Order in the mid–1800s
William Cooper Memorial Lecture
The 2009 Biennial William Cooper Lecture, The State of Indigenous Education: From Challenge to Optimism, was presented by Professor Lester-Irabinna Rigney, Director, Yunggorendi, First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research, Flinders University, South Australia.
A DVD of Professor Rigney’s presentation is available in the Elizabeth Eggleston Memorial Collection on request. A printed copy of the presentation transcript is also available. Please contact MIC if you require a copy.
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….
Indigenous Australian astronomy – Dr Duane W. Hamacher
Wednesday 27th August 2014, 2pm to 3pm Monash Indigenous Centre LibraryBuilding 55 level 2. Clayton…
‘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
Working in New Guinea – updates on Archaeology
Wednesday 9th April, 2pm to 3pm. The seminar will present a personal overview of working in Papua New Guinea, through looking at the role of Government institutions to the critical nature of local community involvement and the importance of doing good and responsible archaeology. I will present updates on two projects.
Reporting on the environment – science communication of complex issues
Wed 2 April, 2-3pm. Monash Indicgenous Centre Library. Professor Kate Auty (La Trobe University School of Business and Law); Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability Victoria, formerly Chair of the Ministerial
Reflections on a disputed past – Seminar
WEDNESDAYS 2-3 PM
Elizabeth Eggleston Library, Building 55, Room 204 (level 2)
The next Seminar will be:
26 MARCH 2014
Reflections on a disputed past: a reconsideration of the 19th century ethnographic works of James and Isabella Dawson and E.M. Curr.
The social life of caves
The social life of caves: a new archaeological-geomorphological approach, with examples from France and Aboriginal…