Indigenous Australia and Digital Futures Seminar Series
Digital technology is rapidly changing the transmission of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ history and contemporary culture; both within Indigenous communities and for settler Australia. This seminar series interrogated questions of cultural expression, activism, relationality, sovereignty, and decolonisation within the digital world.
This series has concluded. Watch the seminar recordings via the Digital Studio's website.
About the series
The seminar series is presented by the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration in partnership with the Digital Studio. The Digital Studio provides services, expertise, equipment and collaborative spaces for Faculty of Arts researchers and industry partners working in the digital humanities, arts and social sciences. The first seminar will take place on 3 April at the Digital Studio (Arts West), and continue fortnightly thereafter until the final seminar on 22 May.
Presenters will include:
- Rhett Loban (Macquarie University)
- Professor Maggie Walter (University of Tasmania)
- Luke Pearson (IndigenousX)
- Brett Leavy (Virtual Songlines)
- Dr James Rose (University of Melbourne)
For more information and to register your attendance please head to the Digital Studio News and events web page.