Sarah Maddison

Sarah Maddison
  • Category: Guest presenter
  • Job Title: Professor and Co-Director of the Indigenous-Settler Relations Collaboration
  • Organisation: The University of Melbourne
  • Department: School of Social and Political Sciences
  • Country: Australia

Sarah Maddison is Professor in the School of Social and Political Sciences and Co-Director of the Indigenous-Settler Relations Collaboration. Her areas of research expertise include reconciliation and conflict transformation, Indigenous political culture, and social movements. In 2019 she will publish a new book, The Colonial Fantasy: Why White Australia Can’t Solve Black Problems (Allen & Unwin). Other recent books include Conflict Transformation and Reconciliation (2015), The Limits of Settler-Colonial Reconciliation (co-edited with Ravi de Costa and Tom Clark, 2015), Black Politics (2009), Beyond White Guilt (2011), Unsettling the Settler State  (co-edited with Morgan Brigg, 2011), and The Women’s Movement in Protest, Institutions and the Internet, (co-edited with Marian Sawer 2014).