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March 8, 2019

Three stories, one message

By Pamela Nathan There are three exceptional – and very moving – essays that I have read recently that share a common thread – the critical […]
September 16, 2016

Recognition? It’s a matter of life and death in Aboriginal Australia.

As an ABC documentary to air on September 20 asks 'RECOGNITION: Yes or No?', it may be time for you to get a copy of CASSE's 'Recognition' booklet and consider this question from the psychological viewpoint. Written by the Director of CASSE's Aboriginal Australian Relations Program, Pamela Nathan, in preparation for her role as a panellist at the Sydney Ideas event 'What is Recognition?', featuring Noel Pearson and Jonathan Lear, 'Recognition - A matter of life and death in Aboriginal Australia' is a 30 page booklet
December 16, 2015

Recognition is a mirror for us all

The following article was published by Sydney University, surmising the 'What is Recognition?' event, which was held on Tuesday the 10th of December. Pamela Nathan, Director of CASSE's Aboriginal Australian Relations Program, was a panelist at this significant event, alongside Professor Marcia Langton and Professor Duncan Ivison. The conversation and subsequent discussions were extremely interesting and thought provoking and no doubt many of the large audience were left feeling jilted of time to explore the ideas presented in far more detail. To this end, we look forward to bringing you much more on the psychoanalytic imperative for recognition in the coming weeks.
October 21, 2015

What is recognition?

Save the date – 8 December 2015 SYDNEY IDEAS – WHAT IS RECOGNITION? Noel Pearson and Jonathan Lear in Conversation Event details When: Tuesday 8th December […]

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