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The National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS) was established in January 2005. It is a stand-alone Centre within the ANU organisational structure and is directed by Professor Mick Dodson AM. The Centre's charter is for NCIS to be recognised as a leading academic institute for inter-disciplinary research in fields that are of relevance to Indigenous Australians, especially in relation to the enrichment of scholarly and public understandings of Australian Indigenous cultures and histories. NCIS works collaboratively with ANU research and teaching centres that are of relevance to Indigenous studies. These include the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), the Australian Centre for Indigenous History, the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, and the School of Music

Works in this collection of ANU Open Research are made available under a Non-Exclusive Distribution License. Copyright the author/authors.

Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 44
Dodson_ContinuingRelevanceConstitutions2008.pdf.jpg

The continuing relevance of the Constitution for Indigenous peoples

Author(s)Dodson, Mick
TypePublic lecture (Transcript)
Date PublishedJul-2008
Date Created-
Dodson_DispossessionIndigenous2010.pdf.jpg

The dispossession of Indigenous peoples: and its consequences

Author(s)Dodson, Mick
TypeJournal article
Date PublishedNov-2010
Date Created-
Dodson_CustomaryLand2010.pdf.jpg

Customary land tenure issues in Australia

Author(s)Dodson, Mick; McCarthy, Diana
TypeConference paper
Date PublishedSep-2013
Date Created-
Wensing_NominatingCanberra2013_Paper.pdf.jpg

Nominating Canberra for National Heritage Listing

Author(s)Wensing, Ed
TypeConference presentation
Date PublishedJul-2013
Date Created-
Bird_FutureChange2013.pdf.jpg

Future change in ancient worlds: Indigenous adaptation in northern Australia

Author(s)Bird, Deanne; Govan, Jeanie; Murphy, Helen, et al
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2013
Date Created-
Dodson_RightsIndigenous1994.pdf.jpg

The rights of Indigenous peoples in the International Year of the Family

Author(s)Dodson, Mick
TypeJournal article
Date Published1994
Date Created-
Dodson_CustomaryLaw2008.pdf.jpg

Customary law and the sentencing of Indigenous offenders

Author(s)Dodson, Mick
TypeJournal article
Date PublishedJun-2008
Date Created-
Dodson_BuildingTrust2009.pdf.jpg

Building trust

Author(s)Dodson, Mick
TypeJournal article
Date PublishedJul-2009
Date Created-
Dodson_ChallengesOpportunities2010.pdf.jpg

Challenges and opportunities in Australian Indigenous education

Author(s)Dodson, Mick
TypeBook chapter
Date PublishedSep-2010
Date Created-
Wensing_WaterBurleyGriffin2013.pdf.jpg

Walter Burley Griffin is dead. Long live Walter Burley Griffin's planning ideals!

Author(s)Wensing, Ed
TypeJournal article
Date Published30-May-2013
Date Created-
Fogarty_LivingThrough2008Slides.pdf.jpg

Living through a national emergency: a view of the Intervention from Ground Zero

Author(s)Fogarty, William; Fogarty, Marisa
TypeConference presentation
Date Published17-May-2008
Date Created-

Out of the classroom and into the community

Author(s)Fogarty, William
TypeInterview (Transcript)
Date Published-
Date Created7/04/2008

Recognising a wicked problem

Author(s)Fogarty, William
TypeCommentary
Date Published2012
Date Created29/06/2012

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