Gender and Cultural Studies | Seminar Series
Semester 2 Seminar series | Writing as method
Brenda L. Croft | ANU School of Art and Design
Kurrwa (stone axehead) to Kartak (tin cup): hand/made/held/ground and Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality – an enduring, collaborative practice–led research journey representing a distinct Australian First Nations Storying/Storywork and First Nations Performative Autoethnography as subalter/N/ative archive and methodology – created from the rememorying, re/imagined standpoint of a Gurindji/Malngin/Mudburra; Anglo-Australian/Chinese/German/Irish woman
When | 22 October | 2:30pm – 4:00pm*
Where | Online
* Because of childcare duties, Brenda’s talk will be a bit shorter than usual. Let’s take the remainder of the seminar as an opportunity to think through some of the key points that came up across the series.
Although restrictions have eased in Sydney this event will be held online.
Make sure you’re on the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies Seminar list to receive the Zoom invitation.
The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies is part of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI).