Synapse Trans-Disciplinary Seminar Series by the School of Culture, History & Language
Storytelling is at the heart of Indigenous knowledge systems, and the visualization of the data analysis is posited through Jennifer Mason's perspective as a Gourrmjanyuk woman of the Wemba Wamba Nation.
PhD TPR Seminar: The ‘Nothing’ that Women Do: Storytelling the Lives of Japan’s Sindhi Merchant Wives
Photo: Founding members of the 'Wednesday Group' - a pioneering women's group in 1960s Kobe Indian society (photograph courtesy of Chablani family)
There live these women in a town by the sea –
Kobe; the women of Sindhi ethnicity.
"Educational mobility and the making of gendered subjects: A Discussion with A/Prof. Fran Martin (University of Melbourne) on her new book, Dreams of Flight: The Lives of Chinese Women Students in the West”