Content tagged with 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

Country women and the colour bar: grassroots activism and the Country Women’s Association

Country women and the colour bar is a timely corrective to established ideas about race relations in rural New South Wales. It reveals the untold...

Publication or resource - 29 Sep 2015

Country women and the colour bar: grassroots activism and the Country Women’s Association

Country women and the colour bar is a timely corrective to established ideas about race relations in rural New South Wales. It reveals the untold...

Publication or resource - 21 Sep 2015

Focus on lantern slides

A lantern slide from the United Aborigines Mission collection - Colebrook Home being prepared for scanning. Two separate collections of...

News - 24 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

Baskets Hold a History

The presentation Baskets Hold a History based on the Masters thesis of artist, Art and Artefacts Curator and Step Up participant Alana Garwood-Houng...

News - 17 Aug 2015

Baskets Hold a History

[[nid:24362]] Baskets held in museums may seem as though they are empty, but held within them are histories. It is not always visible but with...

Presentation - 14 Aug 2015

Baskets Hold a History

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land that we are meeting on today and the elders past and present. I acknowledge the elders in the...

Video - 14 Aug 2015

Library and Information Week at AIATSIS

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Video - 10 Aug 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 2, 2014

Abstracts for Issue 1, 2014 The astronomy of the Kamilaroi and Euahlayi peoples and their neighbours Robert S Fuller, Ray P Norris and Michelle...

Publication or resource - 21 Jul 2015

Facelift for collections catalogue

The new look Mura® landing page. The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is pleased to announce...

News - 20 Jul 2015

ASP partners with IndigenousX

The IndigenousX logo Aboriginal Studies Press is delighted to be partnering with IndigenousX, introducing and promoting our books and...

News - 2 Jul 2015

The Referendum Australia Had to Have

As we discuss recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian Constitution, learn about what compelled the nation to...

Explore article - 4 Jun 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

Bernard Namok

Bernard Namok Jr with the Torres Strait Islander flag. Photo courtesy of Bernard Namok Jr The Torres Strait Islander flag was designed by...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

Australia’s heritage – The AIATSIS Collections

For the past fifty years Australia has had a national institution dedicated to the role of capturing one of the world’s most significant legacies to...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

Jandamarra - Bunuba warrior

A number of books on the life of Jandamarra are held in the AIATSIS print collection. A proud and strong Bunuba man, Jandamarra is one of many...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

Rare photo of Indigenous involvement in the Boer War

A war raged across South Africa between Britain and the two Dutch-Afrikaner, or Boer, Republics of the Transvaal and the Orange Free States from 10...

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

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