A Radical Geography Community
Symposium, 26-27 September, Perth, Australia
Decolonising Settler Cities is supported by an Antipode Foundation International Workshop Award. The award supports our pursuit in this symposium of knowing the city differently through conversation with Indigenous custodians, activists, scholars, elders and practitioners, and to use this as the basis for rethinking settler-colonial urbanism. Keynote speakers include Tony Birch, Linda Kennedy and Oren Yiftachel.
There is still time to make a submission of interest to Decolonising Settler Cities. The call for participants closes on 1 June; please make a submission of 300 words to Tod Jones at Curtin University (T.Jones@curtin.edu.au) or Libby Porter at RMIT University (firstname.lastname@example.org). More information is available on our website here.
Please join us in seeking an agenda for establishing decolonising practices in Australian cities.
We acknowledge and thank the Wadjuk Noongar people on whose territory Decolonising Settler Cities will be held. This symposium is hosted by Curtin University’s Translational Research Centre for Aboriginal Knowledges, the Centre for Aboriginal Studies, and the School of Built Environment in collaboration with the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University. We acknowledge support and funds from the Institute of Australian Geographers.