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Launch of Long History, Deep Time

Launch of Long History, Deep Time

On the 21st September, Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt launched Long History, Deep Time, co-edited by Ann McGrath, Director of the Australian Centre for Indigenous history and Mary-Anne Jebb, now at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.

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Philip Deloria - Fulbright seminar

Philip Deloria - Fulbright seminar

The Australian Centre for Indigenous History is proud to present Fulbright specialist Philip Deloria, on joint initiative by La Trobe University, the Australian Catholic University and Monash University.

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2016 Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Program Conference

2016 Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Program Conference

PhD student Rob Paton to present paper at Cambridge Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Program Conference on ‘Time and Temporality’ from 14-16 September 2016.

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Jessica Rogers 2016 ANU Postgraduate Student of the Year

Jessica Rogers 2016 ANU Postgraduate Student of the Year

The Australian Centre for Indigenous History, School of History, is delighted to congratulate Jessica Rogers on her award which she received at the ANU Alumni Awards gala dinner.

Congratulations to Prof. Ann McGrath – 2016 John Douglas Kerr Medal of Distinction for Historical Research and Writing Recipient

Congratulations to Prof. Ann McGrath – 2016 John Douglas Kerr Medal of Distinction for Historical Research and Writing Recipient

Congratulations to Prof. Ann McGrath – 2016 John Douglas Kerr Medal of Distinction for Historical Research and Writing Recipient. The award was presented to Professor McGrath by His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland and Patron, RHSQ at the RHSQ’s annual Queensland Day Dinner on Monday 6 June 2016.

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Call to acknowledge damaged marriages on Sorry Day

Sorry Day on 26 May is an opportunity to acknowledge children who were forcibly removed from loving families in inter-racial marriages, an historian at The Australian National University (ANU) has said. Professor Ann McGrath, Director of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History, said state governments, particularly in Queensland and northern Australia, wrenched families apart and banned or...

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