Violence on Indigenous Country
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The event is for: students - anyone - employees
Violence on Indigenous Country. Kristina Sehlin MacNeil, ethnologist at Umeå University, gives a talk in conjunction to The Sovereign Forest by artist and film-maker Amar Kanwar. The exhibition tells the story about Odisha, and at the same time raising questions that are most relevant in many regions in the world.
In her lecture, Kristina Sehlin MacNeil will talk about what she calls extractive violence, that is direct violence against people, animals and nature in connection to extraction of natural resources. It is a sort of violence that mainly affect people with strong links to their land, such as the Sami people in Sweden and the Aboriginals in Australia. Lecture language: Swedish
In 2017 Kristina Sehlin MacNeil defended her doctoral thesis on Sami and Aboriginal Views on Conflicts and Power Relations with Extractive Industries. She is now doing a postdoc at the Centre for Sami Research at Umeå University.
This event is part of the programme in conjunction to the exhibition Amar Kanwar / The Sovereign Forest: http://www.bildmuseet.umu.se/en/exhibition/amar-kanwar-the-sovereign-forest/30572
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