LLCET°_3-2-Anchoring and inheriting
Indigenous communities celebrate the Aboriginal Flag
Who is Harold Thomas, the man who created the Aboriginal flag? Posted Tue 25 Jan 2022 Harold Thomas designed the Aboriginal flag in 1970.(Supplied: David Hancock) The Aboriginal flag, for the first time, can now be freely used by all Australians. That’s because Harold Thomas, the man who designed the flag, agreed to transfer its copyright to the Commonwealth … Continuer la lecture
Black Native Americans fight for recognition
Two decades of Indigenous photography
Sometimes photos are more powerful than words They can touch your heart and soul when words speak to the mind.
Dangerous gene myths abound…
20 years after the human genome was first sequenced, dangerous gene myths abound Misleading rhetoric has fuelled the belief that our genetic code is an ‘instruction book’ – but it’s far more interesting than that. Philip Ball ‘Successes in gene therapy remain rare, and medicine tailored to people’s individual genetic constitution has not yet materialised.’ … Continuer la lecture
Are statues History ?
from ABC Australia, listen to this very interesting presentation & analysis
Women won the vote in Australia in 1902, 18 years before America.
Australia doesn’t have much to show for celebrating women’s achievements by Clare Wright We are so accustomed to equating nation-building with men’s ambitions that we’ve betrayed the very people who put modern Australia on the maP direct link to article online Wed 26 Aug 2020 05.00 BSTLast modified on Wed 26 Aug 2020 ‘What have we … Continuer la lecture
Revisiting the western genre
Revisiting the genre in 1993, questioning the traditional archetypes. Now in 2019, combining clichés and genres, twisting reality. Ready for the show ? LYRICS Old Town Road Lil Nas X Yeah, I’m gonna take my horse to the old town road I’m gonna ride ’til I can’t no more I’m gonna take my horse to … Continuer la lecture
18th and 19th centuries Indian painting: when Art meets History
Guest curated by renowned writer and historian William Dalrymple, Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company is the first UK exhibition of works by Indian master painters commissioned by East India Company officials in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is an unprecedented opportunity to see these vivid and highly original paintings … Continuer la lecture
re-interpreting the classical western movie… the film backstage: why and how embarking on such an adventure