Thinking Relationally about Race, Blackness and Indigeneity in Australia: Reflecting upon ACRAWSA’s Symposium

At the close of her paper, entitled ‘Navigating Power with Poetry on the Hazardous Drive toward Decolonisation’, Carolyn D’Cruz posed the vital question of…

Review: Boko Haram Huntress (Al-Jazeera)

Can we have a figure of the warrior, the hunter, the hero in the feminine, who is not also always incited to an apology…

From the ‘unknown’ to ‘once-known’: National Gallery of Victoria’s Colony. A Review.

From the ‘unknown’ to ‘once-known’: National Gallery of Victoria’s Colony.  A Review.   The National Gallery of Victoria’s ambitious two-part exhibition Colony: Australia 1770–1861 and Colony:…

Friends of the Australian Tapestry Workshop’s Lecture Series: Guan Wei

On the night of Thursday 8th February, art-lovers gathered at the South Melbourne premises of the Australian Tapestry Workshop to hear the renowned artist…

Who watches the media? Race-related reporting in Australian mainstream media

The antiracism charity All Together Now and University of Technology Sydney has published new research on racism in the media. ACRAWSA contributor Chloe Patton…

On Anti-Racism: A Critical Philosophy of Race Symposium

by Anastasia Kanjere A report about the Philosophies of Difference and the Phi Research Group at Deakin University’s one-day symposium.  Organising and presenting the…