This thesis presents a narrative of Aboriginal economic responses in the 19th century to the colonisation of the Shoalhaven and Illawarra regions of New South Wales. It explores the competing claims of articulation theory and dependency theory about the intersection of colonial and indigenous economies.
The documentation of an extremely endangered Australian language from the Far West Coast of South Australia. Production of a major dictionary and a number of resource materials for the revival of the language in schools and in the community. The study draws on archival materials and contemporary ethnography.
A national survey of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Protocols for Libraries, Archives and Information Services (Byrne, Garwood, Moorcroft, and Barnes, 1995) in Australian libraries, followed by case studies in a select number of libraries.