Theory as reproduction: Reflections on the history of doing feminist anthropology in Australia Part 1 and 2

Content Warning: mentions of themes of sexual assault and rape. 

In this very special collaboration, TFS would like to present a two part roundtable we recorded at 2019’s AAS conference! It’s a shame that we haven’t been able to gather again and talk all things anthropology this year, but we hope that this might be enough to whet your appetite for more things to come in 2021! A big thank you to Dr Benjamin Hegatry, Dr Carly Schuster and Dr Shiori Shakuto for their hard work in putting together this roundtable discussion. We hope you enjoy! 

Roundtable Participants

Christine Helliwell, Emeritus Professor, The Australian National University
Margaret Jolly, Professor of Anthropology, The Australian National University
Martha MacIntyre,Honorary Associate Professor, The University of Melbourne
Francesca Merlan, Professor of Anthropology, The Australian National University
Kalpana Ram, Professor of Anthropology, Macquarie University
Kathryn Robinson, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, The Australian National University

Roundtable Convenors

Benjamin Hegarty, McKenzie Fellow, The University of Melbourne
Caroline Schuster, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, The Australian National University
Shiori Shakuto, Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo – Tokyo College

Links and Citations 
Reay, Marie. ‘An Innocent in the Garden of Eden’. In Ethnographic Presents: Pioneering Anthropologists in the Papua New Guinea Highlands, edited by Terence E. Hays. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992.
<https://www.amazon.com/Ethnographic-Presents-Pioneering-Anthropologists-Anthropology/dp/0520077458>

If you were curious about the abstract for this panel, check it out here!

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