5 edition of Trevor Reese Memorial Lecture (2000 Reese Lecture) found in the catalog.
Trevor Reese Memorial Lecture (2000 Reese Lecture)
October 2000 by Menzies Centre for Australian Studies .
Written in English
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Atrocities, however, refuse to be buried. Equally as powerful as the desire to deny atrocities is the conviction that denial does not work. Quinalt eds. Macintyre and J. In this talk I will consider several case studies where the experience of delving into colonial archives elicits complex responses ranging from re-inscribing historical trauma, to the euphoria of discovering lost ancestors and kin.
We have seen through communication networks the state the past and present representation has taken the Euro and the British Parliamentary systems. Details Marian Simms was born in Canberra and lived in the nearby country where she attended a country primary school, followed by Lyneham High School in Canberra. This project seeks to resituate important Australian and antipodean histories back into the larger, global story of human rights. In particular I am interested in the history of federation and the theoretical assumptions in the Australian Constitution such as republican theory. They are excluded from the status of 'free and equal individual' that makes 'consent' meaningful.
These struggles have challenged, and continue to challenge, the epistemic hegemony of the master subject of western epistemology. Western epistemology is dominated by the discursive practices of printed texts. Maybe they were unconsciously present to him in the land's 'primitiveness' and the latent 'terror' evoked by the sound of the native dingo's wail. Albie Sachs spoke at the launch of South Africa's experiences and lessons and of the role of lesbians and gay men in the apartheid struggle, stressing the importance of debate and mutual respect in the dabates that it is hoped will continue at the Commonwealth Summit.
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Neither were believed to be endowed with the metaphysical quality known as Mind. Increasingly I am interested in issues of water management and the regulatory framework in Australia. This project examined histories of conciliation and reconciliation between Indigenous peoples and settler across the Pacific Rim settler colonies of Australia, North America, and Aotearoa New Zealand.
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Proper recognition of 'the black experience' must eventually take us to the central questions of sovereignty. Don't miss the chance to use your voice to shape the faculty in the future. It is to listen contextually and historically, to listen in relationship, to listen with imagination and heart. The Mabo decision recognised native title in land that is no longer Terra Nullius.
Lee and G. It is a trauma concealed within our discourses of national identity, and manifested by our institutionalised racism. He was jailed for stealing from wealthy investors — including a number of celebrities — over more than 20 years.
Survivors of these shattering assaults testify with their lives to the difficulties of speaking their knowledges. He has held a number of Australian Research Council and national competitive grants. Using mud as a current meter could help scientists to identify fluctuating patterns in ocean current speeds stretching back into prehistory, enabling climate change researchers to get a better sense of how currents behave over time.
To have a 'voice' is to be a subject, a knower; while 'silence' signifies both an act of rejection and a knowledge domain.
It is to not possess epistemic sovereignty. Boyer, L. The colonial archives and the narratives they enable us to develop are forever enmeshed in delicate tension as the researcher attempts to balance the power of the written word with the lived experience of the archival subjects.
We have seen through communication networks the state the past and present representation has taken the Euro and the British Parliamentary systems. Albie Sachs spoke at the launch of South Africa's experiences and lessons and of the role of lesbians and gay men in the apartheid struggle, stressing the importance of debate and mutual respect in the dabates that it is hoped will continue at the Commonwealth Summit.Penny presented the Trevor Reese Memorial Lecture in Australian History, at the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King College, London, titled 'Heart, Power, Treaty, Truth: Affective, Political Performances in (post) Reconciliation Australia'.
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