A lecture by Peter Scriver

The talk explores a broad history of mobility in the Indian Ocean World in the 19th and 20th centuries and its role in diffusing and developing wider networks of cultural, economic, and labour flows (manual and professional) that have been building the urban fabric and infrastructure of otherwise unrelated cities, as seen through the culture of "Indian" cameleers (among other trades) in the colonial settlement history of Australia.

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