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This is the second in a series of three symposia exploring Indigenous research methodologies to be held by the Cullunghutti Research Group.
This symposium will explore work at the cutting edge of Indigenous methodologies with a focus on how best to collect, understand and archive the relational entanglements of human and nonhuman memories and resonances linked to place.
This symposium will engage with contemporary issues at the intersection of Indigenous studies, cultural heritage, ethics and sovereignty.
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