Law: The Way of the AncestorsSun 7 May, 4.30pm
What do you need to know to prosper as a people for more than 65,000 years? Hear from the authors of Law: The Way of the Ancestors, Professor Marcia Langton and Professor Aaron Corn, as they shine a light on the enduring ingenuity and expertise of Indigenous Australians.
Speaking with Dr Eddie Cubillo, they discuss how sophisticated systems of law have enabled humans and other species to survive and thrive for millennia, and how these offer inspired ways forward as we face new environmental challenges locally and globally.
Professor Aaron Corn is Inaugural Director of the Indigenous Knowledge Institute at the University of Melbourne. He works closely in co-designed research with Australian Indigenous colleagues and communities and serves a...
Dr Eddie Cubillo is a descendant of the Larrakia, Wadjigan and Central Arrente peoples with strong family links throughout the Northern Territory. Dr Cubillo is the Director of the Indigenous Law and Justice Hub and Asso...
Marcia Langton AO, PhD is the granddaughter of a Yiman man and an anthropologist, geographer and public intellectual. In 2020, she was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in recognition of her work in tertiary educ...