New activisms and new futures for uncertain times

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Victoria Grieve-Williams is Warraimaay - an Aboriginal Australian historian who has published on Aboriginal family history, slavery, activism and the history wars in Australia. She works in interdisciplinary ways to progress the development of Indigenous knowledges, positioning Aboriginal spirituality /philosophy as the baseline for this development - with a focus on establishing the values and ethics inherent in what it means to be human in a changing world. Victoria is in the process of establishing a Healing Histories Foundation that will apply Aboriginal principles to heal the wounds of history through "truth telling" from a research base.

Based at RMIT, Olivia Guntarik is a Melbourne writer whose work includes poetry and creative non-fiction. Olivia’s latest work Land of Birds is an augmented reality sound walk created with Djaara storytellers in Castlemaine.

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