Race, religion & identity
Blak & Bright
Blak & Bright First Nations Literary Festival is a celebration of First Nation stories, books and writers from Thursday 17 until Sunday 20 March 2022.
The Stories We Tell Ourselves: An Online Series Exploring Representation in Publishing
The Wheeler Centre is excited to present The Stories We Tell Ourselves, an online series exploring equity and represenation in writing and publishing.
100 Seconds ’til Midnight: Stopping the Clock
100 Seconds ’til Midnight is an interactive series of events responding to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists’ plea for world leaders to take action on climate change before it's too late. Led by storyteller Bernard Caleo, a team of experts has been called upon to respond to an imagined climate change crisis, ten years into the future. Putting their minds…
Mapping Culture: Lasting Stories
How do we keep track of the stories that make up our lives? The repeated anecdotes among friends, the forgotten memories brought back by chance association, the family histories we’ve never heard before but that make so much sense when we do.
In another instalment of Mapping Culture, writer Alice Pung joins Bec Kavanagh and a special guest, whose work…
Report: Rewriting Masculinity: Larrikins, Power and Accountability
Cameron McDonald reports on the discussion from Wheeler Centre event Rewriting Masculinity: Larrikins, Power and Accountability.
Rewriting Masculinity: Larrikins, Power and Accountability
What kind of stories do we tell about men? Is there enough space within these stories to simultaneously hold men accountable, and encourage them to grow?
Research shows that societal pressure on men to conform to rigid ideals of masculinity (dominance, control, risk-taking, hypersexuality, heterosexuality, stoicism and aggression) is prevalent and dangerous, not just to men themselves, but to the…
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The Interrobang: A Festival of Questions
Would it advantage Australia by changing the names of our capital cities to their Indigenous language names? Gregory Phillips
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