National Centre for Indigenous Studies

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National Centre for Indigenous Studies

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2005 -

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The National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS) was established in January 2005. It is a stand-alone Centre within the ANU organisational structure and is directed by Professor Mick Dodson AM.

The Centre is a leading academic institute for inter-disciplinary research in fields that are of relevance to Indigenous Australians, especially in relation to the enrichment of scholarly and public understandings of Australian Indigenous cultures and histories.

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