Modelling the continuity of Aboriginal 'Law' in urban Native Title claims

Memmott, P. (2010). Modelling the continuity of Aboriginal 'Law' in urban Native Title claims. In: 'Continuity, change, tradition, society and transformation' Panel. Turning the Tide: Anthropology for Native Title in South-East Australia, University of Sydney, (). 1-2 July 2010.

Author Memmott, P.
Title of paper Modelling the continuity of Aboriginal 'Law' in urban Native Title claims
Conference name Turning the Tide: Anthropology for Native Title in South-East Australia
Conference location University of Sydney
Conference dates 1-2 July 2010
Proceedings title 'Continuity, change, tradition, society and transformation' Panel
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Fully published paper
Language eng
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes Invited presentation The Department of Anthropology is co-hosting with the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies an important ‘first’ – a workshop designed specifically for anthropologists working in native title contexts of south-eastern Australia. Anthropologists from universities, government arenas, native title representative bodies, and independent consultants will meet over two days to discuss issues specific to this region and develop strategic approaches. The department hopes this initiative will become one of a series that can provide a collegial network for ongoing support for anthropologists working on native title in this region. A Research Monograph based on presentations and discussions is expected later in the year.

 
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