Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal The AASJ is an inter-disciplinary journal . Native Title and land ownership.
Ngarinyman to English Dictionary. This book is the result of a 25-year collaboration between many Ngarinyman community members and younger generations.
Australian Aboriginal Studies. High-resolution Digital Photomosaic Recording of Rock-art.
Selected Proceedings of the Inaugural LCNAU Colloquium. Australian Aboriginal Studies.
On the origins of Australian pronunciation. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Working Papers 1, 2. Blake, B. J. (1981). Sydney: Angus and Robertson. Bloomfield, L. (1935). The Book of the Bush containing many truthful sketches of the early life of squatters, whalers, convicts, diggers, and others who left their native land and never returned. London: Ward and Lock (Penguin Facsimile, 1973). Eagleson, R. D. & McKie, I. (1968-9).
Of all the groups in Australia designated in terms of race or culture none has had their authenticity questioned as much as Aborigines. Neither argument can be easily sustained. But there are numerous differences both in the nature of the Aboriginal groups themselves and in their relationships with the wider community.
Many Aboriginal Australians today no longer live where their ancestors did. During the 1900s . During the 1900s, the country’s government forcibly removed many from their traditional lands and separated children from families. Many Aboriginal Australians moved to cities far from where they grew up. Thanks to the subjects’ age and detailed records, scientists suspected the hair samples might offer a glimpse of the pre-colonial past. Dr. Bellwood doubted that they could have spread so far while individuals did not.
Prepared for Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission.
records of Gerhardt Laves. Kaurna Warra Pintyandi.