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August 2018

Space, Law, Coloniality: Ruptures and Continuities

August 30 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
IPCS, 78-80 Curzon Street
North Melbourne, VIC 3051 Australia
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There is an intimacy to the relationship between space, law and coloniality. It is an intimacy that enables continuity under conditions of rupture and returns disguised with a rhetoric of advancement. Struggles for and over land, recognition, citizenship, and the…

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September 2018

Cosmopolitan possibilities: Reanimating diasporic narratives in the Transpacific

September 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
IPCS, 78-80 Curzon Street
North Melbourne, VIC 3051 Australia
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Prompted by their recent discovery of a migrant literature archive at Deakin University, Daniella, Michelle, and Safdar come together to explore how art and ‘the digital’ can be used to find new points of connection between diasporic narratives. With reference to…

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Rethinking the postcolonial for precarious times

September 13 - September 14
IPCS, 78-80 Curzon Street
North Melbourne, VIC 3051 Australia
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In mid-September the Institute will host a two day conference designed to respond to the contemporary pressures being navigated by all of us who work and live with postcolonial interests. We take as our initial provocation recent writings by Cultural…

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October 2018

Faultlines to belonging, the ground of cooperation

October 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
IPCS, 78-80 Curzon Street
North Melbourne, VIC 3051 Australia
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Wurundjeri Tribe Land Compensation & Cultural Heritage Council and Merri Creek Management Committee have built partnerships and cooperation on Wurundjeri Country through a range of projects together, especially in the last ten years. The outcomes that connect us to our…

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November 2018

Crafting co-existence

November 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
IPCS, 78-80 Curzon Street
North Melbourne, VIC 3051 Australia
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What, if anything, do craft, development and international law have in common? Can the grounded, tactile forms of making and cultural creativity embedded in craft offer fresh ethical and methodological insights to future-focused practices such as development and international law?…

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