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02
Mar
‘17

Review of Long History, Deep Time: Deepening Histories of Place

Professor Mark McKenna (University of Sydney) has written a glowing review of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History publication ‘Long History, Deep Time: Deepening Histories of Place’.  Mark described the work as ‘a...

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31
Jan
‘17

Congratulations Pat Grimshaw!

We are proud to announce our Advisory Board Member Emeritus Professor Pat Grimshaw has been awarded an Order of Australia.  Announced on Australia Day, the award is in recognition of Pat’s ‘distinguished service to the social...

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14
Jun
‘16

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...

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14
Jun
‘16

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

Congratulations to Professor Ann McGrath – 2016 John Douglas Kerr Medal of Distinction for Historical Research and Writing Recipient. ANU History Professor Ann McGrath has been presented with the Royal Historical Society of Queensland’s...

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13
Oct
‘15

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...

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27
Jul
‘15

Long History, Deep Time' edited by Ann McGrath and Mary Anne Jebb.

New Book Coming Soon! Publication due in August. 'Long History, Deep Time' edited by Ann McGrath and Mary Anne Jebb.      

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25
Sep
‘14

2014 Minoru Hokari Scholarship awarded to Ms Priya Vaughan

The 2014 Minoru Hokari Scholarship is awarded to Ms Priya Vaughan for her project Aboriginal Art Making in New South Wales. There has been relatively little anthropological and historical research into Aboriginal art practice in south-east Australia...

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23
Sep
‘14

The film 'Message from Mungo' selected for the Canberra based Documentary festival, Stronger than Fiction

The film Message from Mungo was selected for the Canberra based Documentary festival, Stronger than Fiction. The Palace Electric Cinema also had public screenings on the 19th and 21st September and both sessions were sold out. For those who missed...

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29
Aug
‘13

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...

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20
Jun
‘13

Local Intermediaries in International Exploration Conference commences 17 July

At this two day conference over 30 speakers will explore a range of issues including: art, photography and expeditions, bodies and cross cultural encounters, Aboriginal people’s oral histories and memories of expeditions, guides and agency,...

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