There are seismic changes underway in how we understand and discuss Australia’s colonial past. The stories of peaceful settlement and uncultivated land – once the dominant narratives – are being radically re-evaluated, and the narrative of Indigenous peoples is at last being told. Join Ambeyang researcher Callum Clayton-Dixon as he discusses the resistance and resilience of the Anaiwan people in his prize-winning account of dispossession and survival across the New England Tableland.

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