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#152 To be grounded in memory and story (with Dr Amy Thunig)

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Content note: this episode contains mention of family violence, incarceration, houselessness, and visceral descriptions of some memories. It's not described in detail but please go gently if these will affect you. 

Samantha Haran and Bipasha Roy chat to Gomeroi writer, curator and scholar Dr Amy Thunig. A rich chat on memoir as a politcal act amid erasure, dismantling white supremacy in academia, finding wisdom by attuning to ancestral practices. 

Catch Amy at the Sydney Writers Festival from May 20 spanning their curatorial and literary output across a few events, for more details head to the Sydney Writers Festival website

This piece was co-produced and hosted by Samantha Haran and Bipasha Roy, with audio editing, supervising producer Shareeka Helaluddin. 

 

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