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Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies (AIATSIS) national Indigenous studies conference



The conference will bring together multi-disciplinary expertise from across the Indigenous studies sector, including researchers, policy makers, community members, academics, representative organisations, consultants, traditional owners and service providers. Whether your interest in the conference topic is from the perspective of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, health, cultural heritage, arts, policy, sport, economics, language, anthropology, archives, IT or other equally relevant sectors, the conference presents a unique opportunity to communicate information about your research, projects and programs with a wide audience and to benefit from discussion around shared areas of interest.

The conference will be a celebration of 50 years of AIATSIS. The program will consist of papers and discussions looking at the conference title 50 years on: Breaking Barriers in Indigenous Research and Thinking.

It will include:

Early bird registration closes on Wednesday 18 December 2013. No more registrations will be taken after Tuesday 5 March 2014.


Conference team:
GPO Box 553
Canberra ACT 2601

Conference Coordinator
Alexandra Muir
Ph: (02) 6261 4223


Last updated: 11 July 2013
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