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What's New in Native Title - October 2016

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Publication or resource - 17 Nov 2016

NFSA and AIATSIS formalise collaboration through MoU

(L-R) NFSA CEO, Michael Loebenstein, AIATSIS CEO, Russell Taylor AM, Jude Barlow, NFSA Deputy Chair, Wayne Denning and AIATSIS Chair, Professor...

News - 16 Nov 2016

CEO announces retirement

Mr Russell Taylor AM The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Chairperson, Professor Mick Dodson AM...

News - 3 Nov 2016

Spying on the AIATSIS Collections: Going undercover with the Nagra Série Noir

How does it feel to hold a real piece of cold war spy equipment in your hands? For our skilled audio technicians, it’s all in a day’s work. They’re...

Blog post - 27 Oct 2016

What's New in Native Title - September 2016

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Publication or resource - 20 Oct 2016

PBC Capability Project

Delegates of the National PBC Meeting, 2017, Darwin Across Australia an ever increasing number of Prescribed Body Corporates (PBC) are working...

Research project - 19 Oct 2016

Sherlocks of the Bush

AIATSIS holds a wide range of magazines and journals dating back to the 19th century. Amongst these are a number of issues of The Strand Magazine...

Blog post - 18 Oct 2016

Possum skin cloak for AIATSIS

Possum skin cloak designer Lee Durroch with AIATSIS Curator Alana Garwood-Houng. On a cold and wet winter morning in Canberra, staff from the...

News - 14 Oct 2016

Inaugural youth forum success

Delegates with Professor Taiaiake Alfred. Photo: AIATSIS In response to the growing recognition of the importance and value of Indigenous...

News - 12 Oct 2016

Arthur Capell and language codes

For many years, AIATSIS has been looking after Arthur Capell’s archive of over 230 reels that contain language recordings. Among these are...

Blog post - 11 Oct 2016

Archival finding aids and discoverability

Archives, or manuscript collections, form over time.  In the process, a structure develops, a shape which reflects the way the content has been...

Blog post - 4 Oct 2016

PY Media wins 2016 Indigenous Remote Archival Fellowship

PY Media at the festival (L-R) Amos Frank, Thomas Holder, chair Sam Lyons, Bradley Roberts, Matthew Berryman and Desmond Woodforde. Photo: Kirstie...

News - 30 Sep 2016

The Famous Erambie Allblacks

With local competitions and the NRL winding up, Koori communities all over New South Wales are finalising plans for their Knockout teams. The all...

Blog post - 27 Sep 2016

What's New in Native Title - August 2016

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Publication or resource - 22 Sep 2016

Old words to be heard again

(L-R) Amanda Lissarrague (AIATSIS), Rhonda Smith (AIATSIS), Doug Marmion (AIATSIS/CoEDL), Julia Miller (CoEDL/PARADISEC), Kazuko Obata (AIATSIS),...

News - 22 Sep 2016

Literacy in language

The AIATSIS Australian Indigenous Languages Collection was established in 1981. It contains over 4300 titles and was placed on the UNESCO Australian...

Blog post - 14 Sep 2016

The Commonwealth’s Indigenous land tenure reform agenda: Whose aspirations, and for what outcomes?

This paper argues that weak links are being made between increasing opportunities for economic development (including private home...

Publication or resource - 6 Sep 2016

Sharing our stories: a youth perspective

This session will have a digital media focus. It will provide opportunities for Indigenous youth to share their native title experiences...

Presentation - 2 Sep 2016

Keeping Culture Alive: the Badu plant and animal traditional knowledge project

Badu Island is home to Badulgal (Badu people) who speak the Kala Lagaw Ya language. For thousands of years Badulgal have used their Traditional...

Presentation - 2 Sep 2016

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