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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Aspiring future leader Naomi Appleby visit
12
Feb
2020

Aspiring future leader Naomi Appleby visit

Naomi Appleby, a project coordination officer in the Future Acts and Heritage Unit at Nyamba Buru Yawuru in Broome, visited us for two...
Accolades to Professor Julian Thomas, Advisory Committee Member, Dr Henning Trüper, Collaborating Scholar, and Professor Annie Clarke, forthcoming Visitor
15
Jan
2020

Accolades to Professor Julian Thomas, Advisory Committee Member, Dr Henning Trüper, Collaborating Scholar, and Professor Annie Clarke, forthcoming Visitor

Major grants have been awarded to two outstanding scholars associated with Rediscovering the Deep Human Past Program/Research Centre for...
CABAH Annual Symposium
20
Nov
2019

CABAH Annual Symposium

From 4–8 November 2019, the ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH) held its 3rd Annual Symposium at...

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