Podcast Episode 14: Nathan Sentance talks about cultural collections, looking for authentic sources and being critical

Picture of young Aboriginal man with a short brown beard, brown hair and eyes smiling at the camera. He has a red white and blue checked shirt on with a black t-shirt underneath. In the background are trees.

Nathan ‘Mudyi’ Sentance works on First Nations programming at the Australian Museum in Sydney and writes at Archival Decolonist. We talked to Nathan about why we must be critical when visiting cultural institutions, putting complexity into collections and why cultural institutions are not neutral.

In this episode we discuss:

Contact Nathan on Twitter @SaywhatNathan.

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Sally & Amy

Music by Richard Frohlich and sound by Inspector J

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