Rediscovering the Deep Human Past

Rediscovering the Deep Human Past

ARC Laureate Project Overview

W.K. Hancock 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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Research ethics with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians seminar: A review by Mike Jones
08
Oct
2019

Research ethics with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians seminar: A review by Mike Jones

On Tuesday, 17 September 2019, together with RDHP Team members Ben Silverstein and Julie Rickwood, I attended a seminar focused on Research...
Good news for RDHP Advisory Committee Chair and Deputy Chair
18
Sep
2019

Good news for RDHP Advisory Committee Chair and Deputy Chair

Last week was all good news and congratulations on the RDHP Program. RDHP Advisory Committee Chair, Professor Jakelin Troy, was named one...
RDHP’s Neil Brougham reviews Sacred Histories Symposium
28
Aug
2019

RDHP’s Neil Brougham reviews Sacred Histories Symposium

The Sacred Histories Symposium, held on Friday 23 August, was co-hosted between the Rediscovering the Deep Human Past ARC Laureate Program...

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