Join us for a hybrid presentation on Holistic care and well-being from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and teachings.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are Indigenous peoples of what we now know as 'Australia.' Such as the US, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have endured intergenerational trauma from settler colonialism, genocide, and assimilation. Many Indigenous people in ‘Australia' are and have been speaking back against these hegemonic systems of violence through scholarship and activism.
In this presentation, our speakers will bring in their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and teachings for holistic care and well-being into a global Indigenous future with special guest Souksavanh T. Keovorabouth, Diné.
- Bronwyn Carlson, PhD (She/Her)
Head, Department of Indigenous Studies and Director, Centre for Global Indigenous Futures, Macquarie University
- Madi Day, PhD (They/Them),
Lecturuer, Department of Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University
- Tetei Bakic, MS (She/Her)
Department Administrator for the Department of Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University
- Souksavanh T. Keovorabouth, MA, Ph.D. - Diné (They/Them or All Pronouns)
Candidate, Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University
University of Arizona Students will be able to talk with presenters after the event at our free student lunch off-campus. Please register using the link below.
Registration required for attending in-person or Zoom! Register at: https://bit.ly/ATSIWellness