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Settler-colonialism, Performance and Family History

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Penny Edmonds and Catherine Kevin in conversation: settler-colonialism, film and family history. In Dispossession and the Making of Jedda: Hollywood in Ngunnawal Country Catherine Kevin brings together a history of race relations, pastoral boom and film-making. It is a personal account of coming to terms with a history of dispossession and colonial power relations in a place that offered her a strong sense of belonging and settler-colonial family heritage. Penny Edmonds is also a historian with an interest in settler family histories that are entwined within frontier violence. Like Catherine, she was born and raised in Ngunnawal country in Canberra. Bookings essential.

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