Alternative title: 53rd Boyer Lectures; Boyer Lectures 2012
Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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The 53rd Boyer Lectures were 'presented by Professor Marcia Langton AM, Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at The University of Melbourne. The lectures' subject will be The Quiet Revolution: Indigenous People and the Resources Boom. Prof Langton will look at the dependency of Aboriginal businesses and not-for-profit corporations on the resources industry and their resultant vulnerability to economic downturns.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/
Sighted: 27/11/2012

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Counting Our Victories: The End of Garvey-ism and the Soft Bigotry of Low Expectation Marcia Langton , 2012 single work essay 'In her final lecture, Professor Langton reflects on the economic transformation underway in the lives of Aboriginal people -- from increasing Indigenous enrolments in higher education, through rising employment in mining and other rural industries, to the explosion of cultural production by Aboriginal people into the Australian mainstream not only on canvas and on the stage, but also in music, literature, cinema and television.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/ Sighted: 17/12/2012

The Conceit of Wilderness Ideology Marcia Langton , 2012 single work essay 'In her fourth lecture, Professor Langton examines how some beliefs within the nature conservation movement in Australia have perpetuated the idea that Aboriginal people are the enemies of nature, and describes recent examples of Indigenous tractional land practices which combine western ecological knowledge to create sustainable and economically viable custodianship of country.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/
Sighted: 10/12/2012
Old Barriers and New Models : The Private Sector, Government and the Economic Empowerment of Aboriginal Australians Marcia Langton , 2012 single work essay 'In her third lecture, Professor Langton illuminates the experiences of two Aboriginal communities who are levering economic advancement through agreements with mining companies, and examines why it is that the private sector is leading the way in forging new working models with Indigenous Australia while government policies lag far behind.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/
Sighted: 03/12/2012
From Protectionism to Economic Advancement Marcia Langton , 2012 single work essay 'In her second [2012 Boyer] lecture, Professor Langton examines the confluence of historical, political and social factors which have created entrenched barriers against the economic advancement of Aboriginal people in Australia.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/
Sighted: 27/11/2012
Changing the Paradigm: Mining Companies, Native Title and Aboriginal Australians Marcia Langton , 2012 single work essay 'In this first lecture Professor Langton explores the changing relationship between Aboriginal communities and mining companies since the 1993 Mabo agreement and native title legislation, and asks whether this could offer a model for the economic empowerment of all Indigenous people in Australia.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/
Sighted: 20/11/2012

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