Series 379 - Oxford Companion of Aboriginal Art files

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AU ANUA 379

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Oxford Companion of Aboriginal Art files

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  • 1971 - 2000 (Creation)

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0.8m (4 type 1 boxes)

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(2006 -)

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The Research School of Humanities was formed in 2006 as part of the College of Arts and Social Sciences. In 2010, the school became the Research School of Humanities & the Arts (RSHA). Professor Howard Morphy was Director from October 2007.

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Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that this series may contain images and names of deceased persons in photographs or printed material.

This is a series of files containing photocopies of sources, catalogues, newspaper cuttings and photographs used as background research for the Oxford Companion of Aboriginal Art. The files relate to the artists, their work, exhibitions, or life experiences, as well as places of interest, and terms which are used in the Aboriginal art and cultural arena.

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Arranged alphabetically

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Researchers must sign an access agreement

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Entered from deposit description on 9 March 2016

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