Public Lecture: Archival Poetics with Natalie Harkin
Monday 15 August
Natalie Harkin is a Narungga woman from South Australia, a member of the Chester family in South Australia. She is a lecturer and academic advisor at the Office of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement, Flinders University, and her PhD research is an archival-poetic journey through the state’s Aboriginal family archives.
Natalie is a writer of poetry and poetic-prose. Her words have been installed and projected in several exhibitions comprising text-object-video projection, largely in response to the State’s Aboriginal records and archives. Her first collection of poetry, Dirty Words, was published by Cordite Books in 2015.
Monday 15 August, 5.30 – 6.30 pm
RMIT Building 12, Level 10, Room 22, 402 Swanston Street Melbourne
A free event.
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