Cultural Advice

Aboriginal Peoples are advised the Library Collection contains images, voices and names of deceased people in physical and online resources.

The Library recognises the significance of the traditional cultural knowledges contained within its Collection. The Library acknowledge some materials contain language that may not reflect current attitudes, was published without consent or recognition, or, is offensive. These materials reflect the views of the authors and/or the period in which they were produced and do not represent the views of the Library.

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From Words to World —— The Living Library

Join us for an extraordinary Living Library event, hosted by Magill Community Outreach Center! Our unique "Books" for the day are vibrant individuals ranging from diverse and marginalized backgrounds to influential community leaders like the mayor, a renowned professor, and the city's first woman firefighter.

Information and QR code for Living Library sessions at UniSA

Event Details:

Magill Campus: October 24th, 10 AM

Mawson Lakes Campus: October 31st, 1 PM

The Living Library is a space where curiosity meets wisdom, where dialogues challenge stereotypes and encourage inclusivity. It is a hub offering you a chance to expand your horizons, gain insights from people you might not usually encounter, and hear stories that are usually left untold. For further inquiries, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Rosy or scan the QR Code above.