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This TASA Critical Indigenous Studies Symposium on Indigenous Sociology will showcase the diversity Indigenous sociologists/scholarship.

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The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Critical Indigenous Studies Symposium

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Monday 27th September 2021

9.00am to 4.30pm

WHERE

ONLINE ONLY via Zoom Webinar (link will be sent to attendees)

The ‘Critical Indigenous Studies Symposium’ is made possible with the support of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), The Department of Indigenous Studies and The Centre for Global Indigenous Futures. The symposium will showcase Indigenous sociology.

Sociology needs Indigenous scholars. Reflections in recent years have highlighted the paucity of Indigenous Australian perspectives in sociology scholarship. Despite this shortfall, Indigenous sociologists and allies are highly research productive in areas of the sociology of sport, health and wellbeing, politics and policy, intimacy, identity, digital technology, and popular culture.

This Symposium will showcase the breadth and diversity of Indigenous sociologists' scholarship, the scholarship of our allies, and future contributions that will be made by Indigenous sociologists.

Click attending to RSVP or email tetei.bakic@mq.edu.au

For any queries about this event, please contact:

Tetei Bakic, Departmental Administrator

E: tetei.bakic@mq.edu.au

P: 02 9850 8036

Agenda

10 am – 11.30am Panel One

Sociology as a Discipline and why Indigenous sociology is important:

Professor Raewyn Connell - Foundational chair of sociology at Macquarie University in 1976

Professor Bronwyn Carlson – Head of Department of Indigenous Studies MQ

Professor Sandy O’Sullivan – Professor, Department of Indigenous Studies Q

A/Professor Evan Poata-Smith- A/Professor, Indigenous Studies UOW

This panel will be discussing the history and future of sociology and Indigenous participation in the discipline. Each presentation is 15 minutes with 15 mins Q & A.

11.30am - 11.45am (Break)

11.45am – 12.45pm Panel Two

The Queer Urban Indigenous City: Understanding the Impacts of the Settler-Colonial State on Urban Indigenous and Two-Spirit Identity

Presented by Souksavanh T Keovorabouth

Sociology and Heterosexuality: the Coloniality of Sex and Gender

Presented by Madi Day

(Re)Claiming Community: Exploring the experiences of young LGBTIQ+ IndigenousAustralians belonging and connectedness with Community

Presented by Corrinne Sullivan, Karen Soldatic, Kim Spurway, Linda Briskman, John Leha, Will Trewlynn

Each presentation is 15 minutes with 15 mins Q & A.

12.45pm - 1.45pm Lunch Break

1.45pm - 2.30pm Panel Three

Archaeology and Indigenous Sovereignty in Australia

Presented by Zac Roberts

Indigenous Sociology is more-than-human matter: Indigenous activations forsustainable futures through Dharug Ngurra/Country

Presented by Jo Rey

Each presentation is 15 minutes with 15 mins Q & A.

2.30pm - 3pm (Break)

3pm - 4pm Panel Four

Transnational Blackness, Indigeneity, and Solidarity in Sydney

Presented by Sarah Graham

Restoring Black/Indigenous relations: An Indigenist sociological analysis on theory forBla(c)k Indigeneity in the global south

Presented by Kaiya Aboagye

The use of technologies in language revitalisation projects: exploring identities

Presented by Marcela I. Huilcán Herrera

Each presentation is 15 minutes with 15 mins Q & A.

4pm - 4.30pm Wrap Up

Presented by Dr Tristan Kennedy

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