Roles of Maths in Reconciliation
Friday 27 May, 1:00pm AEST
Dr Michael Donovan, Macquarie and Dr Judy-anne Osborn, Monash
Abstract: National Reconciliation week 27 May – 3 June (https://www.reconciliation.org.au/our-work/national-reconciliation-week/) commemorates the successful 1967 Referendum and the Mabo Decision; and invites all Australians to consider how we can each contribute to achieving Reconciliation in Australia. In this talk we (Indigenous researcher Dr Michael Donovan and Anglo-Australian mathematician Dr Judy-anne Osborn) share some of our thoughts about ways that mathematics and mathematicians can contribute to Reconciliation from within our communities.
Location: Online via Zoom: https://uonewcastle.zoom.us/j/83291947509?pwd=ZmNmNG1oODRlRDhtSE54YmxNTHVMZz09
Seminar recording: will be available from the seminar website afterwards
Jointly presented with the CARMA Colloquium at the University of Newcastle, Australia
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