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Imperial Emotions and the De-Colonial Move

A colloquium at The University of Adelaide

 

Image: Map of the world showing the extent of the British Empire in 1886. British territories coloured in red. Published as a supplement for The Graphic, July 1886, as the "Imperial Federation" [detail]. Wikimedia Commons.

Date: 21–22 July 2021
Venue: 7th Floor Conference Room, Ingkarni Wardli Building, North Terrace Campus, University of Adelaide, Tarntanya/Adelaide and online via Zoom.
Covid Restrictions: maximum of 15 people for audience on campus by registration only. Live Stream via Zoom (no limit).
Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/imperial-emotions-and-the-decolonial-move-tickets-162616491303. For those attending on campus, please advise of any dietary requirements ASAP by 13 July to margaret.allen@adelaide.edu.au. Lunch and morning tea will be served
Enquiries: katie.barclay@adelaide.edu.au

Download a list of speakers and abstracts

Download a copy of the program

 

 

Speakers will include

Professor Joy Damousi, Director, Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne

Professor Jane Lydon, Wesfarmers Chair in Australian History, The University of Western Australia

Dr Claire McLisky, Research Fellow, Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, Griffith University

Dr Jordy Silverstein, Postdoctoral Research Associate in History, The University of Melbourne

Dr Natalie Harkin, Narrungga woman and activist-poet; Senior Research Fellow, Flinders University

Faye Rosas Blanch, is a Murri woman from the Atherton Tablelands of Yidniji/Mbarbarm descent and Senior Lecturer, Indigenous Studies, Flinders University

Professor Penny Edmonds, Matthew Flinders Fellow and Dean of Research,  College of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, Flinders University

Associate Professor Sharon Crozier-de Rosa, Discipline Lead, History Program, University of Wollongong

Professor Emerita Margaret Allen, Gender Studies, The University of Adelaide

Associate Professor Jane Haggis, Sociology CHASS, Flinders University

Videos of Presentations

Several of the presentations given at the colloquium were recorded and are available to view for the next three months. NB: All videos expect for that of Jane Lydon's presentation will be taken down in early November