Rediscovering the Deep Human Past: Global Networks, Future Opportunities

Professor Jaky Troy
Professor Ann McGrath
Dr Maria Nugent

This one-day workshop will run in conjunction with the two-day symposium on ‘Understanding the deep past across language and culture’ on 27–8 September.

The field of Indigenous histories has long been at the forefront of disciplinary shifts and challenges. An active embrace of diverse archives and an openness to Indigenous methodologies has produced rich possibilities for historical transformation. Whether characterised by a commitment to decolonisation, to engaging seriously with Indigenous knowledges, or by practicing history in the field, research in Indigenous histories has been characterised by multidisciplinary research practice. This workshop will present an opportunity to discuss new work and future directions in the field.

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