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Nura Gili Research Seminar Series 2018

Nura Gili - UNSW

Nura Gili Research Seminar Series 2018
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Nura Gili is delighted to present our Research Seminar Series for Semester 1.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

All seminars take place from 10:30 am to 12 noon on Mondays,

Room 309, Morven Brown, UNSW Kensington Campus.

For seminar enquiries- Ph: 9385 3120


19 February    

Dr Melanie Schwartz (Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney)

Retaining our best: supporting Indigenous law students through to graduation


19 March         

Associate  Professor Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews and Shannon Foster (Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges, UTS)

Wella bugrabula mariwari bugra (When power and hate collide): Decolonising Racism and Bullying from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Standpoints


9 April              

Dr Ruth McCausland and Peta MacGillivray (School of Social Sciences, UNSW Sydney)

Building an ethical community-led research collaboration: the Yuwaya Ngarra-li partnership with the Dharriwaa Elders Group, Walgett


30 April (Room 310)

Professor Tim Rowse (Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University)Indigenous and other Australians since 1901


21 May        

Dr Katrina Thorpe (Sydney School of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney

Pre-service teacher narratives of experience at the Cultural Interface of Indigenous Studies


Have questions about Nura Gili Research Seminar Series 2018? Contact Nura Gili - UNSW

When & Where

University of New South Wales
Morven Brown
Rm 309 /310
Kensington, NSW 2052


Nura Gili - UNSW

Nura Gili provides pathways to learning opportunities that embrace Indigenous knowledge, culture and histories. Nura Gili strives for excellence in educational services and  works towards assuring participation and access to all the programs it offers. The staff and students at Nura Gili support community outreach programs to actively spread the message of the availability of tertiary studies. Staff and students also work to promote the centrality of arts, culture and heritage for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples - throughout UNSW and the wider community.


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