Programme

Friday, 9 October

11.30 Welcome:   Amelie Bernzen (Chair of GASt, Köln)
                  Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp (Bonn)
                  Elisabeth Bähr (Speyer)
12.00 - 12.40
Lindsay Frost (Speyer):
The “Intervention”: The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth? Facts, Dates, and Reference
12.40 - 13.20 Katrin Althans (Köln):
Stories of the NT "Intervention": The Narrative Power of the Law
13.20 - 14.30
Lunch
14.30 - 15.10
Stefanie Affeldt (Lüneburg):
“Who are the Aborigines?”– The Western Image of Indigenous Australians
15.10 - 15.50
Victoria Grieves (Sydney):
Aboriginal Australians and the State of Exception: Camps, Refugees, Biopolitics and the Northern Territory Emergency Response
15.50 - 16.30
Regina Ganter (Brisbane):
A Brief Transnational History of Northern Australia, 1421-1976
16.30 - 17.00
Coffee Break
17.00 - 17.40
Alexander Bräuer (Rostock):
The Protector of Aborigines: Origins of the "Intervention" in pre-convict Western Australia
17.40 - 18.20
Sabrina Vetter (Frankfurt):
Sexualities in Aboriginal Australian Cultures and the Ban on Pornography
19.30
Conference Dinner

 

Saturday, 10 October

9.00 - 9.40
Jakelin Troy (Sydney):
The Northern Territory "Emergency Response": Education Becomes a Punitive Action
9.40 - 10.20
Hanne Birk (Bonn):
Negotiating the “Intervention”: First Australian Stories of Reconciliation
10.20 - 11.00
Dorothee Klein (Freiburg):
The "Intervention" in Indigenous Literature – Alexis Wright's The Swan Book
11.00 - 11.30
Coffee Break
11.30 - 12.10
Victoria Herche (Köln):
Reassessing Aboriginal Self‐determination in Rolf de Heer’s Charlie’s Country (2014)
12.10 - 12.50
Elisabeth Bähr (Speyer):
“An Australian Government Initiative: Criminal” - Die “Intervention” und australische Kunst
12.50 - 13.30
Concluding Discussion
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