Gubba woman in the way: the problem of the non-Indigenous academic for Reconciliation through Higher Education

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Pending: This paper presentation used Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land rights milestones as a framework for exploring my own child- and adult-hood positions and experience of privilege as a non-Aboriginal creative practitioner and academic. Also added will be the draft paper on which this presentation was based, a PDF of the Powerpoint slides used, a copy of the program and a link to the proceedings site or other evidence of attendance.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2011
EventWorld Indigenous People’s Conference: Education (WIPCE) - Cusco, Peru
Duration: 14 Aug 201118 Aug 2011

Conference

ConferenceWorld Indigenous People’s Conference: Education (WIPCE)
CountryPeru
CityCusco
Period14/08/1118/08/11

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Nankervis, K. (2011). Gubba woman in the way: the problem of the non-Indigenous academic for Reconciliation through Higher Education. Paper presented at World Indigenous People’s Conference: Education (WIPCE), Cusco, Peru.
Nankervis, Kay. / Gubba woman in the way: the problem of the non-Indigenous academic for Reconciliation through Higher Education. Paper presented at World Indigenous People’s Conference: Education (WIPCE), Cusco, Peru.
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