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.
Presenting the work of researchers engaged with the influence of digital technologies on Indigenous futures in Australia, this seminar series will interrogate questions of cultural expression, activism, relationality, sovereignty, and decolonisation within the digital world.
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This seminar series is presented by the Digital Studio in partnership with the Indigenous-Settler Relations Collaboration, a new research unit at the University of Melbourne exploring the challenges that lie at the heart of relations between Indigenous and settler Australians.
Immersive Culture: Sharing traditional knowledge with ‘Torres Strait Virtual Reality’
Rhett Loban, Macquarie University
Indigenous Data in the Age of Big Data, Open Data and Artificial Intelligence
Wednesday 17 April
Professor Maggie Walter, University of Tasmania
IndigenousX as a Form of Digital Disruption
Wednesday 1 May
Luke Pearson, Founder and CEO of IndigenousX
Cultural Earth: Bringing an Ancient Culture to the Modern Day
Wednesday 15 May
Brett Leavy, Virtual Songlines
The Indigenous Data Network: Restoring Community Control over an Intangible Asset
Wednesday 29 May
Dr James Rose, University of Melbourne