Category Archives: Conference presentations

UNSW Lecture video: There’s No Place Like Home

In this lecture, part of the So What? series from UNSW Arts & Social Sciences, Stephanie discusses child migrants in cinema since 1939. The lecture took place on 30 July, 2014. Click here to view the video on YouTube.

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Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity Conference – Melbourne 2013

Kelly Royds presented her paper “Children, Participatory Video and Intercultural Dialogue” at Melbourne Graduate School of Education Youth Research Centre’s Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity Conference. She has written a blog post about the use of child-led, imaginary video interviews in … Continue reading

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Podcast: The Dorothy Complex

In this keynote lecture at the Welcoming Strangers conference, Stephanie Donald proposes that the child in cinema is a powerful fantasy figure, deployed to embody and aestheticise accelerated motion, sociopolitical displ acement, and ontological transition, all of which conditions generate … Continue reading

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