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Author Catherine Kevin (Catherine Kevin)

Settler-colonialism, Performance and Family History

Penny Edmonds and Catherine Kevin in conversation: settler-colonialism, film and family history. In Dispossession and the Making of Jedda: Hollywood in Ngunnawal Country Catherine Kevin brings together a history of race relations, pastoral boom and film-making. It is a personal account of coming to terms with a history of dispossession and colonial power relations in a place that offered her a strong sense of belonging and settler-colonial family heritage. Penny Edmonds is also a historian with an interest in settler family histories that are entwined within frontier violence. Like Catherine, she was born and raised on Ngunnawal country in Canberra. Bookings essential.

Presented by School of Humanities, Flinders University

When

Wed 5 May, 6pm (approx. 90 mins)

Where

Flinders University at Victoria Square, 182 Victoria Sq, Adelaide

Price

Free

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Contact

Prof Penny Edmonds, Dean of Research, CHASS, 0400 560 561, penny.edmonds@flinders.edu.au

Info

Family Friendly Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Bookings essential

Connect

https://www.flinders.edu.au/people/penny.edmonds

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