1.05 En-Gender Conversations “The Colonial Project of Gender … and everything else” Part I

This is a very special episode! Prof Sandy O’Sullivan is coming back to enrich us all with their keynote from last years’ En-Gender Conference. It was a highlight then and will be a highlight now.

Sandy is a Wiradjuri (Aboriginal) transgender/non-binary person and a Professor of Indigenous Studies in the Centre for Global Indigenous Futures at Macquarie University in Sydney. They are a 2020-2024 ARC Future Fellow, with a project titled Saving Lives: Mapping the influence of Indigenous LGBTIQ+ creative artists. The project explores the unique contribution and influence of queer artists to understand how modelling complex identities contributes to the wellbeing of all First Nations’ peoples. 

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