Anthropologists who study socialization tend to do so in order to compare modes and values of child-rearing or to examine the role of language in child-rearing. Rarely have anthropologists attended to the ways in which children learn to discern, appreciate, and take part in forms of artful representation.
Dr Richard Denniss, Executive Director of The Australia Institute, will launch Power, Culture, Economy: Indigenous Australians and Mining on Wednesday 26 August. This latest CAEPR Research Monograph is edited by Professor Jon Altman and Dr David Martin, and is published by ANU E Press.
The Living Murray Initiative recognises that the aspirations, interests and contributions of Indigenous people are an integral component of contemporary natural resource management and aims to take into account the social, economic and spiritual objectives of Indigenous communities for each of the Murray’s icon sites. In order to do this, The Living Murray’s Indigenous Partnerships Project is developing and implementing a consul