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Public Seminar: First Nations knowledge and wisdom; opportunities for recognition and sharing through academia

Crawford School of Public Policy
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Event details

Public Seminar

Date & time

Tuesday 01 December 2020
12.30pm–1.30pm

Venue

Online via Zoom

Speaker

Dr Virginia Marshall and Miss Hmalan Hunter-Xénié, Moderator: Professor Quentin Grafton

Contacts

Institute for Water Futures

In this conversation, leading First Nations academics and graduates will discuss the role of universities in recognising, celebrating and connecting with Indigenous knowledge and wisdom in all its forms. While the challenges are significant, the opportunities are great. How might we navigate these complex relationships together? In this session we invite panellists to present their vision for how the future of First Nations and universities together may become shared and mutually enriching. Speakers will be in conversation with our moderator, Professor Quentin Grafton, and will take questions from our online audience.

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