symposium: gender and settler colonialism, new/transnational perspectives


Coming up in Melbourne soon is this symposium on gender and settler colonialism. I will certainly attend and hopefully post some reflections about it afterwards.

Here is some info:

Friday 19 March, 9.45am-5.15pm
Institute of Postcolonial Studies (54 Curzon St, Nth Melbourne)

Confirmed speakers and commentators include:

Ann Curthoys (Sydney), Patricia Grimshaw (Melbourne), Lynette Russell (Monash), Victoria Haskins (Newcastle), Angela Wanhalla (Otago), Kat Ellinghuas (Monash), Liz Conor (Melbourne), Jane Carey (Monash), Penny Edmonds (Melbourne), Shurlee Swain (ACU), Jane Lydon (Monash), Angela Woollacott (ANU).

The day will conclude with the launch of:

Penelope Edmonds, Urbanizing Frontiers Indigenous Peoples and Settlers in 19th-Century Pacific Rim Cities, UBC Press.

5.15 for 5.30pm, to be launched by Prof. Patricia Grimshaw
Space and catering is limited so RSVP ESSENTIAL: please email Jane Carey from Monash University.

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