Taiaiake Alfred : “Being and becoming Indigenous: Resurgence against contemporary colonialism”

The 2013 Narrm Oration, “Being and becoming Indigenous: Resurgence against contemporary colonialism”, was delivered by Professor Taiaiake Alfred on 28 November.

Professor Alfred is the founding Director of the Indigenous Governance Program at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. He specialises in traditions of governance, decolonisation strategies, and land based cultural restoration.

The Narrm Oration has been hosted annually by Murrup Barak, Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development at The University of Melbourne with the support of Rio Tinto Australia since 2009.

Speakers (in order of appearance)

Professor Glyn Davis AC, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Melbourne

Professor Ian Anderson, Director Murrup Barak and Assistant Vice- Chancellor Indigenous Higher Education, The University of Melbourne

Professor Taiaiake Alfred, Founding Director, Indigenous Governance Program, University of Victoria, British Colombia

Professor Marcia Langton AM, Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies, The University of Melbourne

Taiaiake Alfred : “Being and becoming Indigenous: Resurgence against contemporary colonialism”

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