Dr Henk Huijser is a lecturer in the Learning and Teaching Support Unit and a researcher in the Public Memory Research Centre at USQ.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Representing Multiculturalism in a Bicultural Nation: The Question of Diversity in Aotearoa/ New Zealand

This paper discusses the tension between official biculturalism and everyday multiculturalism in a New Zealand context, while applying the surrounding debates to New Zealand cinema as a case study.

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Representing Indigenous Stories in the Cinema: Between Collaboration and Appropriation

This paper explores representations of Indigeneity in recent Australian cinema, with a focus on the boundaries between collaboration and appropriation.

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Straddling the Continuum between Three Course Meals and Snacks: The Changing Flavour of Knowledge Creation and Dissemination

This paper explores the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the ways in which knowledge is conceptualised, created and disseminated.

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