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Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies

Perspectives from anthropology, history and material culture studies

Gudurr Tataya standing at the doorway of the stone kitchen at Karunjie.
Gudurr Tataya standing at the doorway of the stone kitchen at Karunjie from which rations were served to the workforce. Photo: Dr Anthony Redmond.

9-10 November 2009

A conference held at the National Museum of Australia, in association with the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, Australian National University.

A linking theme was the development of local 'hybrid economies' involving the articulation of Indigenous and settler social and economic forms, and the emergence of new complexes of transactions and relations.

We covered a broad variety of economies from whaling to CDEP across the span of more than two centuries.

Keynote address and program

Abstracts

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