Content tagged with Oral history

Long History Deep Time

AIATSIS Chair Professor Mick Dodson AM (on the left) receives a copy of Long History Deep Time at the launch by Nobel Laureate Professor Brian...

News - 30 Sep 2015

Protecting and managing native title information for traditional owners

These presentations outline from different perspectives the experiences and issues of managing, storing and appropriately sharing...

Presentation - 18 Aug 2015

Legal obligations regarding native title litigation materials

The functions of a native title representative body (NTRB) include assisting native title groups to achieve native title determinations by the...

Presentation - 18 Aug 2015

Old Man’s story: The last thoughts of Kakadu Elder Bill Neidjie

Old Man’s story shares the remarkable story of one of Australia’s most respected elders and traditional land owners, ‘Big Bill’ Neidjie. This new...

News - 1 Jul 2015

Indigenous Community Stories

Indigenous Community Stories is a project that records Western Australia's Indigenous heritage, cultural and historical stories using high definition...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

Encountering truth: the real life stories of objects from empire’s frontier and beyond

June Oscar AO at the opening of the exhibition at the British Museum on 30 April, 2015. On 29th of April, 2015 June Oscar AO, Bunuba woman and...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

Gagadju Man: Keeping his legacy alive

In 2014, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) launched the celebration of our 50th anniversary with 30...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

School children benefit from language revival

Fraser Primary School teacher Carolyn Stolfa and Rebecca King leading the Ngunawal language class. An Indigenous language of the...

News - 19 May 2015

Expert witness or advocate? Emerging issues and future directions

The common law recognition of Native Title in the High Court’s Mabo decision in 1992 and the Commonwealth Native Title Act have transformed the...

Publication or resource - 13 Feb 2015

Cass - no saucepan diver

Aboriginal film-maker Wayne Barker returned to his home in Broome, Western Australia, to make this film about his grandfather, Cass Drummond. The...

Publication or resource - 11 Feb 2015

Auntie Rita

Summary 'Most people call me Auntie Rita, whites as well as Aboriginal people. Auntie is a term of respect of our older women folk. You don...

Publication or resource - 20 Jan 2015

Love against the law: The autobiographies of Tex and Nelly Camfoo

Summary During his life, Tex Camfoo has been classified as Aboriginal, half-caste and European. As a half-caste he could not legally associate with...

Publication or resource - 20 Jan 2015

Back on The Block: Bill Simon’s Story

Summary Stolen, beaten, deprived of his liberty and used as child labour, Bill Simon’s was not a normal childhood. He was told his mother...

Publication or resource - 3 Dec 2014