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March 5th, 2016
Episode 928 of 1214 episodes
Is genre a western concept in black writing? In a wide-ranging panel discussion at the first Victorian Indigenous literary festival, the award-winning writer and historian Bruce Pascoe joins the actor and screenwriter Tony Briggs talk about genre-busting and re-storying Australian history so it reflects the experience and agency of Aboriginal people.
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