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Who gets to tell our story?

By January 17, 2021No Comments

Following the publication of a 3,000 page report by the Mother and Baby Homes Commission, Cassie Delaney questions who shapes history and who gets to tell our story... 

The word history derives from the Greek word 'historia' which means inquiry or knowledge acquired by investigation. It’s the study of the past, the study of events, memory, documents, collections, organisation, oral accounts, material objects, art and artefacts. As an academic discipline, the purpose of history is to interpret the past and to create a narrative that explains the present. It’s to analyse and interrogate . . .

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