Rediscovering the Deep Human Past

Rediscovering the Deep Human Past

ARC Laureate Project Overview

Professor Ann McGrath’s Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Program aims to develop a deeper understanding of Australia’s pre-1788 history. This project aims to transform the scale and scope of history. Australia’s epic Indigenous narratives will be analysed alongside relevant new scientific evidence, to create new approaches to the history of Greater Australia/Sahul.

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News

Laura Rademaker Shortlisted for Award
19
Jun
2019

Laura Rademaker Shortlisted for Award

The RDHP team is delighted that Postdoctoral Fellow, Laura Rademaker’s publication, Found in Translation: Many meanings on a North...
Film screening: ‘Occupation: Native’
11
Jun
2019

Film screening: ‘Occupation: Native’

ANU recently marked National Reconciliation Week with a number of events. As part of this celebration, on 29 May the ANU College of Asia...
Decolonizing Oral Histories: Reframing and restorying the past in Aboriginal Australia
07
Jun
2019

Decolonizing Oral Histories: Reframing and restorying the past in Aboriginal Australia

On Tuesday 16 April, Wesleyan University’s Indigenous Studies Research Network hosted its annual symposium, with the theme ‘Decolonizing...

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