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Event

Our Bodies, Our Land: Rainbow Serpent, Dreaming, Corroborree and Aboriginal Feminism

April 13, 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM | Chazen Auditorium

4W Summit on Women, Gender, and Wellbeing panel discussion: Our Bodies, Our Land: Rainbow Serpent, Dreaming, Corroborree and Aboriginal Feminism

Reflecting on rich Aboriginal art, literature, and philosophy of Dreaming, Rainbow Serpent, and the corroboree dance, the panel will discuss the nature and scope of Indigenous women’s knowledge and feminism, and their reflection on female corporeality and inseparability from the land.

Panelists
Jeanine Leane, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Belinda Wheeler, Claflin University, South Carolina.
Devaleena Das, Northern Arizona University
Margo Smith AM, Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
 

Held in conjunction with Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

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