When: Sunday 24 March, 1-4pm
Where: Fitzpatrick Park, Georges River National Park (details below)
Please RSVP online by Saturday 16 March:
Deborah Bird Rose (1946-2018) was an anthropologist, a philosopher, a storyteller, and a passionate advocate for social and environmental justice. Over the course of her career, Debbie made major contributions in a range of fields, from the environmental humanities, and the anthropology of Indigenous Australia, to extinction studies, animal and multispecies studies, and philosophies of ethics, justice, religion, temporality, and place. As consulting anthropologist she also played a major role in several important land claim cases. She published many widely read, cited, and often reprinted and award winning books, including: Dingo Makes Us Human (1992), Reports from a Wild Country (2004), and Wild Dog Dreaming (2011).
This event will include a series of short talks that celebrate aspects of Debbie’s life and work. The talks will be followed by drinks and nibbles and an opportunity to discuss and reflect with others.
What to bring: Please bring your own picnic mat or chair if desired.
About the location: Access to the Park is via Carinya Road, Picnic Point. Parking at the site is not always available and costs $8 (National Park parking pass which can be purchased there). Further information
Wet weather plan: Please include your email address and/or mobile phone number below so that we can notify you on the day if a change of venue is required.
Questions: This event is being organised by Chantal Jackson, Peter Boyle, Katherine Gibson, and Thom van Dooren. Please get in touch with Thom with any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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