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1.45pm – Hugh Brody – Tracks Across the Sand
The legendary writer, director and anthropologist Hugh Brody screens and discusses a series of short films about the ‡Khomani San of the Southern Kalahari as they develop and then cope with their 1999 land claim.
3pm – Museums and Indigenous People
Maree Clarke and Nadia Myre discuss the complex relationships between Indigenous people and Museums, with London curators and Indigenous Associate Stephanie Pratt. The talk begins with a screening of Ojibway filmmaker Adam Khalil’s The Violence of a Civilization without Secrets.
4pm – The Eccles Centre Talk – Transatlantic Connections Madeline Sayet, Nadia Myre and Johanna Nutter discuss their work with Dr Philip Hatfield, Head of the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library.
5pm – Beyond the Spectacle Prof.
David Stirrup and Prof. Jacqueline Fear-Segal, with their colleagues from the BEYOND THE SPECTACLE research project, discuss the interactions between the Indigenous cultures of North America and the UK.