Our country, our healer: exploring the traditional lithotherapeutics of the Aboriginal pharmacopoeia

Aboriginal people of the Greater Hunter region of New South Wales had access to two exceptional geological formations, which provided them with access to valuable mineral resources.

Oceanic encounters: exchange, desire, violence

This volume, the result of ongoing collaborations between Australian and French anthropologists, historians and linguists, explores encounters between Pacific peoples and foreigners during the long

AusStage, Phase 5: Australian live performance and the world - global networks, national culture, aesthetic transmission

AusStage Phase 5: Australian live performance and the world – global networks, national culture and aesthetic transmission: AusStage stimulates new approaches to collaborative research and pioneers

Cross-cultural management of freshwater on resource-constrained islands

This project aims to develop a methodology for community-led adaptive water management on resource-constrained islands and will involve Indigenous communities in the development of predictive groun

AusStage LIEF 7: the oldest and most extensive national dataset on live performance

AusStage is a pioneering database that holds over quarter of a million records about Australian performance.

Children born of war: Australia and the War in the Pacific 1941 - 1944

The Project worked with more than forty Children Born of War in Australia, most born to Indigenous Australian mothers and African American fathers during the second world war, to document their exp

Facing new worlds: comparative histories of Australasia and North America

Facing New Worlds turns around a major exhibition to be held at the National Portrait Gallery in 2020 in conjunction with the Smithsonian.

Howitt & Fison’s anthropology

Howitt and Fison carried out some of the earliest anthropological research in Australia and left extensive archival materials on language, kinship, and social organisation.

Message sticks: Long-distance communication in Indigenous Australia

Message sticks are marked wooden objects that were once used throughout Indigenous Australia to convey important information between communities.

Contemporary Indigenous film and television: new frames of understanding

Australian Indigenous film and television has exploded into the mainstream of the national media landscape over the last five years and is now a leading sector of the local industry.