Irene Watson and Alexander G. Weheliye

Video: Irene Watson & Alexander G. Weheliye Keynote Lectures

Watch the keynote lectures by Irene Watson & Alexander G. Weheliye from the Thinking Relationally About Race, Blackness & Indigeneity symposium recorded by the…

The Uluru Statement and Manus Island: How the settler colonial state of exception compounds race and the necessity for a Republic of Australia

Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tribes were the first sovereign Nations of the Australian continent and its adjacent islands, and possessed it under…

Radical Skin/Moderate Masks Book Launch

You are invited to attend the Sydney Book Launch for Yassir Morsi’s Radical Skin/Moderate Masks: De-radicalising the Muslim and Racism in Post-racial Societies. The author, Yassir…

ACRAWSA Symposium Photos

View photos of the Thinking Relationally about Race, Blackness and Indigeneity in Australia symposium with Alexander G. Weheliye, Irene Watson, Nikki Moodie, Kaiya Aboagye, Sandy…
ACRAWSA T-shirt

ACRAWSA T-Shirts are here

ACRAWSA t-shirts with a quote from The White Possessive by Aileen Moreton-Ronbinson are currently for sale for $20 each. Available in men’s sizes S,…

CRAWS Journal Past Issues Are Now Available

ACRAWSA is proud to have published a free, open access peer reviewed journal via its website, the Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Journal (CRAWS). Due to the painstaking work of Emma Murphy,…

‘Wrong to be White?’

ACRAWSA President, Alana Lentin was interviewed on the ABC Radio National Program, The Minefield. You can listen to the podcast here. Last year, former President, Aileen Moreton-Robinson was also interviewed on the…

Call for Contributors to the ACRAWSA Blog

Welcome to the brand new blog of the Australian Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Association. This space is designed to give voice to academics, activists, and practitioners committed to Aboriginal and Torres…

Introduction: The ‘Marketplace of ideas’ has only one idea

An introduction to this ACRAWSA Blog Symposium on the ‘Ramsay Centre for Western Civilization’ and the attack on Indigenous and critical race studies in Australia. Many astute people are perhaps rightly touting…

What Max Weber Teaches Us About the Ramsay Centre’s Debate

We are not all Weberians. But Weber’s work alerts us to a deep-seated intellectual danger that we should at least consider seriously. Academic inquiry presents western civilisation not as “specific” but as…

Guests in the Master’s House

Following the publication of Australian Continental Philosophy, we sought Bryan Mukandi’s permission to re-post his reflections on the 2017 ASCP conference in Hobart. Our interest in seeking such permission traces back to…