Black, white and brindle: Aboriginality in an age of unreason

Friday 22 May 2015,
BP Lecture Theatre
Tickets £5
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Acclaimed Australian writer Melissa Lucashenko, of Goorie and European heritage, considers what 'being Indigenous' means in contemporary Australia.

She writes: 'Since 1788, Aboriginal people have been pinned relentlessly beneath the microscope of the European gaze. Today, that same gaze asks: our skin too pale, our English too accomplished and our minds too modern, who are we to claim that we are people of the First Nations?'

In association with the Australia & New Zealand Festival in London.

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