Sabbatical baby!

I’m testing out a few of my sabbatical ideas, please come along!


Settler-Colonialism at the Water’s Edge: From Barangaroo to Barangaroo

ACCESS Seminar: University of Wollongong, 11th March, 12:30-1:30pm 

 

From Barangaroo the person to Barangaroo the urban development project, in this talk we discuss our evolving research collaboration tracing a political history of property and power at Warrane/Sydney Cove, from 1788 to 2020.


Tensions in the settler-colonial land system: Chinese immigration and the politics of value extraction from landed property

Re-Worlding Chinese Transnationalisms: An International Symposium: The University of Melbourne, 2-4th June

 

We discuss two exemplary cases wherein a complex interplay between pro- and anti-Chinese sentiment were present in the politics of Chinese immigrants’ access to wealth producing land in New South Wales. The first is the 19th century Lambing Flat gold field riots. The second is the recent ‘boom and bust’ in foreign real estate investment from China.

Event details here: https://mobileselves.org/symposium/


Tensions in the settler-colonial land system: Chinese immigration and the politics of value extraction from landed property

GeoPlan Seminar: Macquarie University, 30th June, 12:00-1:00pm

 

We discuss two exemplary cases wherein a complex interplay between pro- and anti-Chinese sentiment were present in the politics of Chinese immigrants’ access to wealth producing land in New South Wales. The first is the 19th century Lambing Flat gold field riots. The second is the recent ‘boom and bust’ in foreign real estate investment from China.

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