"From academic heritage to Aboriginal priorities: anthropological responsabilities".
Barbara Glowczewski é etnóloga francesa, trabalha entre os aborígenes australianos desde 1979. Atualmente ela é diretora de pesquisa classe 1 CNRS/EHSS/COLÈGE DE FRANCE.
Resumo: Throughout my 34 years of involvement with Aboriginal people across Australia, I have regularly chosen to respond to Aboriginal priorities against a certain academic heritage, illustrated by the refusal of some colleagues – in France or Australia - to recognise the importance of women's agency in the society, the impact of history on Aboriginal ritual life and cosmology, the continuity of their culture in new forms of creativity, the respect of ethical protocols, the discrimination and social injustice suffered by Indigenous people and the legitimacy of their political struggles. I will present cases from my fieldwork with Warlpiri people in Central Australia (Northern Territory), Ngarinyin and other groups from the Kimberley (Western Australia), and different Indigenous people deported to Palm island (Queensland).