Rock Imagery in Northern Australia: Conservation and Management Strategies from Contemporary Perspectives
Throughout the previous six years, an investigation of rock art conservation practices utilized across northern Australia since the 1970's has formed the basis of a doctoral research program. Examining these techniques, their uses today and potential for the future has been underpinned by the premise that any conservation and management works implemented need to be embedded within a decolonized framework that not only informs, but is driven by Aboriginal Traditional Owners and site custodians....[Show more]
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