Ashley Harrison

Ashley is a PhD candidate on the ARC ‘Heritage of the Air: How Aviation Transformed Australia’ project and Lecturer in Indigenous Studies/Cultural Heritage at the University of Canberra. Visit here for more on Ashley’s academic profile.

selected highlights

Siobhan Wills in Conversation with Willie Doherty

A case study between a human rights filmmaker and acclaimed visual artist sharing a common interest in documenting inter-generational social trauma through places and landscapes that have experienced political violence.

Ulster University

Creativity in Difficult Spaces: Creative Interventions with Veterans and First Responders

Vahri McKenzie in conversation with Tony Eaton, Geoff Grey, and Paul Magee

University of Canberra

Revelation, Reckoning, and Recovery

Continuing the critical conversations around child sexual abuse in Australia in the wake of the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (RCICSA, 2013-17).

University of Canberra

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