The cluster hosts regular seminars and reading groups.

Unmasking the Racial Contract: Indigenous Voices on Racism in the Australian Public Service

13 September 2020 12:00pm1:00pm
SEMINAR | presented by Dr Debbie Bargallie, Griffith University

Aboriginal Scholarship: Speaking Truth to Power

1 September 2020 12:00pm1:00pm
SEMINAR | Presented by Dr Fiona Foley, Griffith University

Research through storying

28 July 2020 12:00pm1:00pm
SEMINAR | Presented by Professor Tracey Bunda

Reading group

12 May 2020 12:00pm1:00pm
Led by Trudie Broderick, discussing 2 readings authored by Val Napoleon.

Reading group

31 March 2020 1:00pm2:00pm
The reading to be discussed is Jenny Reardon and Kim TallBear, ‘“Your DNA is Our History”: Genomics, Anthropology, and the Construction of Whiteness as Property’ (2012) 53 Current Anthropology S233.
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Cashless welfare transfers and Australia's first peoples - redemptive or repressive violence?

8 November 2019 12:00pm
The government has enacted a host of Cashless Debit Card (CDC) legislation purportedly to address substance abuse and foster socially responsible behaviour. Their CDC narrative of policy success and redemptive prospects is deeply contentious.

Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change

11 October 2019 9:00am10:00am
This paper will consider the notion of Indigenous rights in Australia, and the impacts of those rights in a climate change policy vacuum. Presented by Tom McEvoy SC, Australia's first Indigenous Senior Counsel.

Reading group

2 August 2019 1:30pm2:30pm
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Indigenous Cultural Competency in Legal Education: Time for Top-down Reform

2 August 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
Presented by Dr Simon Young - Professor of Law and Justice (USQ), Adjunct Professor (UWA), External Fellow (UQ Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law).
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Indigenous People and Legal Education: A Critical Reflection

12 February 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
In this seminar, the presenters, both of whom are Indigenous legal scholars, reflect on changes to Indigenous people’s engagement with legal education since 2005.