Celebrating the launch of the Routledge Companion to Global Indigenous History

From left to right: Mark Kenny, Ann McGrath, Chris Ballard, Lynette Russell and Kate Fullagar.

Wednesday, 4th May, 2022

Author: Research Centre for Deep History

In March 2022, editors Ann McGrath and Lynette Russell hosted local, national and international guests at the launch of important new publication The Routledge Companion to Global Indigenous History.

The event was emceed by Mark Kenny from the Australian Studies Institute who facilitated a conversation with Ann and Lynette as well as presentations by contributors Ben Silverstein, Kate Fullagar, Laura Rademaker, and Chris Ballard. Following a stimulating reflection on the publication and its themes, The Routledge Companion to Global Indigenous History was officially launched by Jackie Huggins.

Catch up on the discussion and event in the video below: Celebrating the launch of the Routledge Companion to Global Indigenous History.

The Routledge Companion to Global Indigenous History presents exciting innovations in the dynamic field of Indigenous global history while also outlining ethical, political, and practical research. The book features contributors, both Indigenous and settler, across several geographical locations, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Northern Europe and the Americas, who illustrate the important role of Indigenous history and Indigenous knowledges for contemporary concerns, including climate change, spirituality and religious movements, gender negotiations, modernity and mobility, and reflections on the meaning of ‘nation’ and ‘global’. Showcasing the state of the art in Indigenous global history, the contributors suggest exciting new directions in the field, examine its many research challenges and show its resonances for a global politics of the present and future.


Purchase a physical copy or ebook from Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Global-Indigenous-History/McGrath-Russell/p/book/9781138743106

Photographs: Liam Budge, Creswick Collective

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