Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Leadership

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School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT 0909
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School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems

Seminar Series

SAIKS seminar series

Wednesday July 23, at 12.15pm
Curtis Roman presents Indigenous kinship

Tuesday May 27, from 12 noon to 1pm
Dr Sally Treloyn presents Sustaining junba in the Kimberley Read more >>

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SAIKS and Governance Program Occasional seminar series

Thursday June 26, from 12 noon to 1.30pm
Professor Ian Thyme presents Leaders and leadership in public sector reform Read more >>

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Previous seminars

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Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture

About the Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture

The Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture commemorates the Wave Hill Station walk-off led by Vincent Lingiari with his Gurindji people and other groups in August 1966 – a significant act by those involved as it was a catalyst for Aboriginal people, not only in the Northern Territory but across Australia, to have their rights to traditional lands recognised and for those lands to be returned.

The Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lectures, run since 1996, have included presentations by Sir William Deane (1996), Gough Whitlam (1997), Galarrwuy Yunupingu (1998), Patrick Dodson (1999), Malcolm Fraser (2000) and Brian Manning (2002). More information >>

10th Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture (2009)

Distinguished Indigenous elder, musician and scholar, Joe Neparrŋa Gumbula will present Wuŋuli Dhärranhana: Making enduring records work for Indigenous cultural survival, on Saturday, August 15 at 7.00pm. More information >>

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