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'It is an honour to address this Australian Academy of the Humanities conference on Human Rights and Humanitarianism, though I rarely frame my own creative work in terms of ‘Human Rights’. I can’t remember the last time I approached the blank page thinking ‘Social Justice’ or ‘Social Change’ either. It’s surprising then, that a word like ‘Decolonisation’ can be appropriate, particularly if ‘we … understand decolonisation as the unravelling of assumed certainties and the re-imagining and re-negotiating of common futures.’' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Humanities Australia no. 9 Graham Tulloch (editor), 2018 15258409 2018 periodical issue

    'This year’s issue of Humanities Australia continues the tradition of showing the range and vitality of humanities research through articles by Fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. The articles in this issue cover a wide range of topics and, typically for contemporary research in the humanities, they often extend beyond one discipline to interdisciplinary study. We are also proud to feature in this issue articles by the joint recipients of the 2016 Max Crawford Medal, awarded by the Academy to an Australia-based early career scholar for outstanding achievement in the humanities.'  (Graham Tulloch : Editor's Introduction)

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