Title Big Ideas with Paul Barclay: Indigenous history and the history of fire Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet ABC Radio National: Big Ideas with Paul Barclay Media type Radio Duration/Length/Size 54.05 Country Australia Date 3/06/21 Description A multi-disciplinary approach to indigenous history
Australian history stretches back 60,000 years but our written history is only 250 years old.
Historians are restoring indigenous people to their proper place in the story of Australia but there’s much we still don’t know.
An indigenous historian is leading an international team to discover how indigenous communities responded to other seafarers who arrived on our shores long before the British.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick Lecture recorded 13 May 2021 University of Melbourne
Professor Lynette Russell - Director Monash Indigenous Centre and a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellow
Producer/Author Paul Barclay URL https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bigideas/indigenous-hstory-and-the-history-of-fire/13362374 Persons Lynette Russell, Leigh Penman, Leonie Stevens, Lily Yulianti
- Muti disciplinary research
- Indigenous History
- Maritime History
- Early Encounters