Media Stuff

Interviews

Episode 13: The Archival Decolonist (with Nathan Sentance) – Race Matters

RECONCILIATION WEEK AND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS – Backchat on FBI –  01/06/19

First Nations resilience celebrated at the Australian Museum – NITV Radio -21/01/19

The Skeptic Zone #518 – 23/09/18

GLAMR Professional Profile – Nathan Sentance – ALIA The New Generation Advisory Committee (NGAC) – 28/01/19

Faulty memories and cultural institutions – Eureka Street Podcast

Ep5: Fishing for answers – History Lab Pod – 25/07/18

ULURU STATEMENT AND INDIGENOUS MEMORY INSTITUTIONS – Backchat on FBI – 2/06/18

Podcast Episode 14: Nathan Sentance talks about cultural collections, looking for authentic sources and being critical – Turbitt and Duck: the library podcast – 09/05/18

Made by ancestors – GLAMCity – 09/10/17

Cultural appropriation – Never Talk Politics – 25/05/17

Writing

Sentance, N. (2019). Public Librairies. The Lifted Brow, (42). https://www.theliftedbrow.com/liftedbrow/2019/6/3/the-lifted-brow-issue-42-out-today?format=amp [Accessed 18 Jun. 2019].

My ancestors are in our memory institutions, but their voices are missing – the Guardian – 05/03/18

TREATY NOW – The Greens – 03/07/18

Speaking Engagements

DCDC18 | Who drives the conversation? – Nathan Sentance – Keynote speaker – DCDC conference

First Nations engagement: Who has the knowledge? Who drives the conversation? – Invited Speaker – Museums Galleries Australia Conference 2018

GLAM is not f**king neutral – Keynote- Future GLAM symposium 2018

Disrupting the Status Quo – Spark – Museums Ideas Connections – Keynote 2019

Talking Deadly – State Library of NSW – 2019

Engaging with Communities: What Indigenous Services has done to make the State Library of NSW more accessible to Indigenous Australians – ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Symposium 2015

Disruption is strategy– AMaGA conference 2019

Guest lecturer HSTY 3902: History Beyond the Classroom

Guest lecturer Cultural Policy – GCST6901

Speaker at the National Youth Writers Festival 2018

Australian Skeptics in the Pub: Promoting scepticism in museums and galleries