Lyndall Ryan is a pioneering and highly influential Australian historian, whose work has recast and reconceptualised the historical experiences of Aboriginal people in colonial and post-colonial contexts and on Australian history from a feminist perspective. She is recognised internationally as a leading scholar in massacre studies. Her major works include her ground-breaking book, Aboriginal Tasmanians, Tasmanian Aborigines: A History since 1803 and her collaborative research on The Killing Times, an interactive massacre map of Australia.
Wednesday 29 April, 2:30 PMTransformational Histories
State Library of NSW, Metcalfe Auditorium, Sydney
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