Collaborative Histories of the Willandra Lakes
In the Willandra Lakes region of south-western New South Wales, Australia, research over the past 45 years has created a vivid picture of interactions between humans and their environment spanning an immensely long period of time. The landscape provides an archaeological record of grand proportions, almost unique in its capacity to offer a complex picture of Pleistocene Aboriginal life. Understandings of this landscape, and of Australia as a continent and nation, were changed by the unearthing...[Show more]
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|Source:||Long history, deep time: deepening histories of place|
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