[csaa-forum] Symppsium announcement: 'The Rebirth of the Museum'

Chris Healy clhealy at unimelb.edu.au
Mon Apr 26 16:34:55 CST 2004

An international symposium taking place at the University of 
Melbourne Thursday 8 and Friday 9 July 2004.
Convened by Chris Healy, Gaye Sculthorpe and Paul Walker
Hosted by the University of Melbourne and supported by the Australian 
Research Council.
The Symposium will bring together academics and museum workers with 
expertise in cultural history, indigenous studies, new media, 
architectural and museum studies, with the aim of producing an 
important interdisciplinary dialogue about contemporary museum 
developments in Australia and the South Pacific.

Keynote speakers:
Tony Bennett (Sociology, Open University)
James Clifford (History of Consciousness, University of California Santa Cruz).

Other speakers include Tony Birch (Creative Writing, University of 
Melbourne), Deidre Brown (Architecture, The University of Auckland), 
Ross Gibson (New Media and Digital Culture, University of Technology 
Sydney), Paula Hamilton (Public History, University of Technology 
Sydney), Emmanuel Kasarherou (Director, Tjibaou Cultural Centre), 
Diane Losche (Art History and Theory, University of New South Wales), 
John Macarthur (Architecture, University of Queensland), Kylie 
Message (Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne), Naomi Stead 
(Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology Sydney), 
Gaye Sculthorpe (Commissioner, National Native Title Tribunal), Paul 
Tapsell (Director Maori - Tumuaki Maori, Auckland Museum), Ian Wedde 
(Former Head of Humanities, The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa 

For more information, see attached flier or visit our website:

Dr Chris Healy
Cultural Studies
Department of English
The University of Melbourne
Victoria, 3010

t:  61 3 8344 5484
f:  61 3 8344 5494
e  <clhealy at unimelb.edu.au>

Interdepartmental Program in Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies Review
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