Heritage talk: Anthropology of Indigenous Australia

How did Indigenous Australians live on this land? What can they teach us of land management? The popular perception is being challenged by historians, academics and writers.

This Heritage Talk offers an understanding of Indigenous Australia through the lens of anthropology and archaeology.

Fiona Cameron-McGill is a non-Indigenous Australian who has studied both anthropology and archaeology. She has worked in community service with the disadvantaged and, most recently, tertiary education as a lecturer in social justice. A current member of the Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group, Fiona does not claim to speak for any Indigenous group and provides only general information about Aboriginal culture in Australia.

Free. RSVP required.

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Wednesday 11th September 10:00am
Wednesday 11th September 11:30am


Pine Rivers Heritage Museum, Old Petrie Town, 901 - 949 Dayboro Road, Whiteside 4503


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