Racial Literacy as Embodied Practice: For the Land

Informed by my position as a white settler colonial learner, living, loving and working on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people, I view racial literacy as an active and ongoing practice in critically reading and understanding modes of race representation.

Preventing peace in the Israel-Palestinian conflict

The Israel-Palestinian conflict has endured despite various attempts over time to produce any resolutions for sustaining peace. In order to examine this conflict, a distinction between the negotiating aspect of the obstacles to peace and the obstacles of implementing peace proposals for these issues will be made, focusing solely on the obstacle towards negotiation.