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Author: N. Peterson,M. Langton
ISBN: 0855751436
Language: English
Publisher: Prometheus Books (November 1983)
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Langton conducts anthropological work to support land claims by Aboriginal peoples and their negotiations with mining companies and the state. Langton, M. & N. Peterson, (eds). Aborigines, Land & Land Rights.

Langton conducts anthropological work to support land claims by Aboriginal peoples and their negotiations with mining companies and the state  . Valuing Cultures: recognising Indigenous cultures as a valued part of Australian heritage.

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Your Land is Our Land. Aboriginal Land Rights. Rights, residence and process in Australian territorial organisation, p. 34-145 in Aborigines, Land and Land Rights, ed. by Nicolas Peterson and Marcia Langton.

Marcia Lynne Langton (born 31 October 1951, Brisbane, Australia) is one of Australia s leading Aboriginal scholars. Sydney: Australian Film Commission. She holds the Foundation Chair in Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Nicolas Peterson and Marcia Langton, Aborigines, Land and Land Rights, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1983. Jessica K Weir (ed), Country, Native Title and Ecology, ANU Press, Canberra, 2012. The National Museum of Australia acknowledges First Australians and recognises their continuous connection to country, community and culture.

Aborigines, Land, and Land Rights. Background briefing papers: Indigenous rights to waters, 43-64, 2002. Aboriginal Land Rights Symposium (1980: Canberra, ACT),. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies; Atlantic Highlands, N. 1983. Population mobility and Indigenous peoples in Australasia and North America, 2004.

oceedings{alLR, title {Aboriginal land rights : a handbook}, author {N. Social dimensions of biodiversity conservation on private land. Charles Peterson}, year {1981} }. N. Charles Peterson. The Indigenous history and colonial politics of Torres Strait: contesting culture and resources from 1867 to 1990.

Land rights: The religious factor. Songs, ceremonies and sites: The Agharringa case. In N. Peterson & M. Langton (Ed., Aborigines, land and land rights (pp. 66–93). In M. Charlesworth, F. Dussart, & H. Morphy (Ed., Aboriginal religions in Australia: An anthology of recent writings (pp. 227–246). Burridge, K. O. L. (1973). Encountering aborigines-A case study: Anthropology and the Australian Aboriginal. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. The transformation of subjects into objects in Walbiri and Pitjantjatjara myth.

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