Time and date: 5pm-7pm Wednesday 13 November 2019
Location: Griffith University Art Museum Lecture Theatre, South Bank, Brisbane
Overview: The Australian Academy of the Humanities’ Hancock Lecture series invites young Australian scholars of excellence to talk about their work with a broader audience. The lecture series is made possible through a bequest from the estate of Sir (William) Keith Hancock KBE FAHA and is usually delivered every three to four years. This is a free event, open to the public.
The 9th Hancock Lecture — Maaya Waabiny: Mobilising song archives to nourish an endangered language — will be given by Wirlomin Noongar researcher Associate Professor Clint Bracknell from the Kurongkurl Katitjin Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research and WAAPA, Edith Cowan University on his interdisciplinary approach to enhance the revitalisation of endangered Noongar language and song in the south coast region of Western Australia.
The lecture will be followed by a reception.
Registration: This is a free public event, open to all. Register here.