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Future Directions in Indigenous Research: Digital

Future Directions in Indigenous Research: Digital

Dr Jennifer Deger will deliver the 2013 Future Directions in Indigenous Research Public Lecture: 'Digital Life', on 16 October 2013.

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SYMPOSIUM Queen Victoria in the Colonies: Indigenous interpretations, ideas, interactions

SYMPOSIUM Queen Victoria in the Colonies: Indigenous interpretations, ideas, interactions

On 9 & 10 December 2013, we will hold an international symposium on Indigenous people's ideas about, interpretations of, and interactions with, Queen Victoria, as an embodiment and symbol of the British Crown.

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Remembering Dispossession

Remembering Dispossession

Maria Nugent is currently engaged in a large research project called “Remembering Dispossession”, which uses a series of case studies to explore the ways in which Aboriginal people interpret and narrate their historical experiences under colonial conditions...

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Through Travellers’ Eyes: Foreign Observations of Aboriginal People and British Colonisation, 1800-1850

Through Travellers’ Eyes: Foreign Observations of Aboriginal People and British Colonisation, 1800-1850

Shino Konishi is currently working on a research project which critically examines encounters between travellers and Aboriginal people throughout Australia...

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 Aboriginal History Journal

Aboriginal History Journal

The latest volume of Aboriginal History journal (Volume 36, 2012) is now available online. 

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Local Intermediaries in International Exploration Conference

Local Intermediaries in International Exploration Conference

Shino Konishi, Maria Nugent and Tiffany Shellam convened a well attended conference in July 2013 on the role and experience of local intermediaries in exploration. Keynote speakers wereFelix Driver, Len Collard and David Palmer and John Gascoigne.

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Shino Konishi's 'The Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment World' shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Award for Australian History

ACIH historian Dr Shino Konishi's first book, The Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment World (Pickering & Chatto) 2012 has been shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Award for Australian History. Konishi’s book is the first historical study of indigenous Australian masculinity, examining the reactions of eighteenth-century western explorers to encounters with Aboriginal men...

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