Events September 2019

21
Jun
2019

Exhibition - Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia

This major exhibition of contemporary Indonesian art will showcase 20 of the most exciting emerging and established artists from Bali and Java’s key artistic centres of Bandung, Yogyakarta and Jakarta.
 
19
Sep
2019

Converging currents: governance of living waters in the West Kimberley

Kat Taylor

Water governance plays a critical role in Australia’s quest for water security. However, the dominant discourse underpinning Australian frameworks for water governance contests First People’s water responsibilities and rights.

19
Sep
2019

China’s Silent Land Reform: 1958-1962

Wuna Reilly
This seminar examines the heated debates within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership between 1958 and 1962 over the issue of collective land, drawing on diverse primary sources, including CCP leaders’ reports and letters, policy documents, production team accounting data, and farmers’ diaries. While China’s divergence from the Soviet-style rural economy is often associated with the reforms of the late 1970s, the research presented here instead highlights the significance of the 1962 reforms for China’s present-day collective owned land regime (COLR).
19
Sep
2019

Malaysian Indians: Finding a Political Voice

Dr Carl Vadivella Belle

In 2007 a new movement known as the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) organised a series of actions which captured gathering Indian anger and resentment.

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