Moving beyond Fear and Assuagement

On 6 October 2020, Associate Professor Sandy O’Sullivan (University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland) held a keynote at our workshop on “Collecting a Continent”. They kindly agreed to have their talk on “Strategies for First Nations’ Communities in motivating museums to move beyond fear and assuagement” recorded. We would like to thank Prof O’Sullivan again for their fantastic presentation, and Dr Michael Pickering (National Museum of Australia) and Katja Kaiser (Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin) for their insightful responses.

The video can be found here (opens in a new window).

Screenshot of the first slide of the keynote ("Strategies for First Nations’ Communities in motivating museums to move beyond fear and assuagement")

Screenshot of Sandy O’Sullivan’s keynote: “Strategies for First Nations’ Communities in motivating museums to move beyond fear and assuagement”

 


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