Nathan “Mudyi” Sentance is a Wiradjuri librarian and museum educator who grew up on Darkinjung Country. Nathan currently works at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences as the Head of Collections, First Nations and writes about critical librarianship and critical museology from a First Nations perspective. His writing has been previously published in the Guardian, Cordite Poetry, the Lifted Brow and Sydney Review of Books and on own his own blog The Archival Decolonist.

He chats to Let’s Talk about making Museums and Libraries places of Blackness.