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Deindustrializing Australia Roundtable - Shared screen with speaker view
Lauren Laframboise
22:21
Thanks for joining us today for Deindustrializing Australia, the first event in our 2021 Fall Program, Rethinking Deindustrialization Studies.This event is co-organized with two Australian Research Council funded projects on “History, Heritage and Environmental Change in a Deindustrialised Landscape” (based at Macquarie University) and “Continuity and Change in the Australian Industrial Landscape” (based at the University of Wollongong).You can sign up to the other events in the “Rethinking Deindustrialization Studies” series here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/deindustrialization-and-the-politics-of-our-time-31188309563Keep in touch with DePOT via our newsletter, website, or Twitter:Website – https://deindustrialization.org/Twitter – https://twitter.com/deindustrialpolNewsletter – http://eepurl.com/g9awm1
Iain Stuart
25:10
Thanks I am member of TICCI(H - the International Congress on the Conservation of Industrial Heritage whose members would be interested in your research.
Keith Gildart
01:18:19
Great presentations! Would like to discuss some of this but I have to run to another meeting.
andrewperchard
01:35:18
Thanks to all of the presenters for a fascinating workshop. Lots to reflect on here and much that resonates. I’m afraid I’ve got to sign off now. Thank you again (and to you too Steven for chairing).
Hilary Orange
01:37:16
Sorry for coming in late, I had a meeting. What will Jesse's book be called please? Sounds like a must-read!
Lauren Laframboise
01:39:56
Jesse’s book will be called Industrial Craft in Australia: Oral Histories of Creativity & Survival, forthcoming in 2022 (correct me if I’m wrong Jesse)!
Jesse Adams Stein
01:40:12
Yep, December 2021 if we’re lucky. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030872427#reviews
Nancy Cushing
01:41:18
There will be an article about the Melbourne 8 Hour Day memorial by Sean Scalmer in the next issue of History Australia.
Jesse Adams Stein
01:43:26
Oh Erik you’ll make us cry
Erik Eklund
01:44:18
Sorry!!
Iain Stuart
01:44:44
Maybe we should march on Parliament when the seminar finishes!
Hilary Orange
01:48:22
I agree Iain, so where's the Industrial Heritage of Amazon warehouses, although I am aware of work that has been one around shift work, including Deliveroo
Alison Wain
01:51:47
I have to head off but thank you all - really interesting stuff!
Lauren Laframboise
01:53:11
Incidentally our next event is titled Gendering Deindustrialization Studies (October 1), and registration is now open: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/gendering-deindustrialization-studies-tickets-167473500749
Chris Gibson
01:55:07
Chantel has an awesome paper on this theme: https://rgs-ibg.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/tran.12183
Jesse Adams Stein
01:55:40
Exactly Lucy - I was going to say this too
Jesse Adams Stein
01:55:57
They’re a little harder to find but they’re there
Chantel Carr
01:59:24
It’s a great point about gender Lucy - non-binary people are also an absent presence in industrial work/history.
Jesse Adams Stein
02:01:08
Angela the other thing I wanted to say is that I’ve always thought about craft masculinity as pretty strange, as constructed, not as given or natural. Maybe it’s just because I didn’t have a very masculine Dad (also not an Australian Dad). So to me all these various forms of Australian masculinity have always been a bit weird. And so I guess I approach studying male dominated trades from the perspective that none of these things are natural/pre-given…. Craft masculinity is constructed and enculturated and I talk about those processes.
Angela Parsons
02:02:41
Thanks Jesse for that, it’s a great point that I also hope to do justice to.
Hilary Orange
02:07:23
The article I mentioned by Sefryn Penrose https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199602001.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199602001-e-008
Simone Sharpe
02:08:40
What Australian comparison can bring is a large relatively under-inhabited land mass (and mineral resources) and a small market for both the primary resources and the final products
Lauren Laframboise
02:14:48
Thanks again for being with us today! You can sign up to the other events in the “Rethinking Deindustrialization Studies” series here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/deindustrialization-and-the-politics-of-our-time-31188309563Keep in touch with Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time (DePOT) via our newsletter, website, or Twitter:Website – https://deindustrialization.org/Twitter – https://twitter.com/deindustrialpolNewsletter – http://eepurl.com/g9awm1
Matilda Vaughan
02:15:03
Thank you to all the presenters for your wonderful discussion & presentations. So good to be able to hear you speak about your work in this field.👏
Tanya Evans
02:16:43
Thanks for having us.
Lucy Taksa
02:16:45
thanks to you Steven and Lauren for organizing and bringing us all together
Chantel Carr
02:16:59
Thanks Steven and Lauren for the stellar organising!
Chris Gibson
02:17:04
Thanks Steven and Lauren - bedtime here!
Elise Hodson
02:17:05
Thank you! This was great.
Simone Sharpe
02:17:09
Thanks Steven and everyone, it’s been great
Jarrod Hore
02:17:09
Thanks everyone for the great panel