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Sarah Maddison is a widely published Australian author and currently the holder of a prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowship in the School of Social Sciences at the University of New South Wales. Her fellowship project is a four-year comparative project exploring dialogue and reconciliation in South Africa, Northern Ireland, Guatemala, and Australia. Her recent books include Black Politics: Inside the complexity of Aboriginal political culture (Allen and Unwin 2009, winner of the Australian Political Studies Association Henry Mayer book prize in 2009), Beyond White Guilt: The real challenge to Black-White relations in Australia (Allen and Unwin 2011), and the co-edited collection Unsettling the settler state: Creativity and resistance in Indigenous Settler-state governance (Federation Press 2011). Her earlier books are Activist Wisdom (UNSW Press 2006, with Sean Scalmer) and Silencing Dissent (Allen and Unwin 2007, co-edited with Clive Hamilton).
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Australia, South Africa, Northern Ireland, Guatemala
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Australian Research Council Future Fellow, University of New South Wales
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Civil Society, Democratization, Dialogue, Human Rights, Peacebuilding
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