Silence, violence and myths of social inclusion

Friday, 26 September 2014

A public talk for the ReOccupying the Political workshop was hosted by Purai Indigenous Global History Centre.

Three men and one woman smiling/laughing
ReOccupying the Political workshop: Dr Gary Foley (left), Dr Sara Motta (centre front), Professor John Maynard (centre back) Professor Chris Mullard (right)

Senior Lecturer at Victoria University, Dr Gary Foley, Senior Lecturer at the University of Newcastle, Dr Sara Motta and Visiting Professor at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, UK, Professor Chris Mullard discussed how strategies of silence and violence feed and myths of social inclusion.

There was a good attendance and an invigorating conversation followed.

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