This was a free public event supported by the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, the School of Political Science and International Studies, and a generous private donor.
 
Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Perspectives on Identity - part 1 (audio)
Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Perspectives on Identity - part 2 (audio)
 

About the presenter:

Klaus Neumann has held teaching and research positions in universities in Germany and Australia, and worked as an independent historian in New Zealand and Australia. He has written extensively about memories of the Nazi past in postwar Germany; settler-indigenous relations in Australia and New Zealand; colonial history and memory in Papua New Guinea; immigration, refugee and asylum seeker policies in Australia; World War II internment; and German and Australian literature. Klaus has edited or written ten books, most recently Across the Seas: Australia’s Response to Refugees: A History (2015) and Historical Justice and Memory, co-edited with Janna Thompson (forthcoming 2016).

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