The chapters in this book arise from the Fulbright symposium Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World. This symposium was held on the traditional lands of the Larrakia people in Darwin, Australia in July 1997. It was initiated and sponsored by the Australian–American Educational Foundation (Fulbright Commission). The original idea was that of Ross Wilson, a board member and at the time American Consul to Australia. The participation of 130 Indigenous people at the symposium was made possible through the support of the Jawoyn Association, the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Rio Tinto, the Ian Potter Foundation, the Australia Council for the Arts and Sothebys.
|Title of host publication||Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World|
|Editors||Claire Smith, Graeme K Ward|
|Place of Publication||St Leonards, NSW|
|Publisher||ALLEN & UNWIN|
|Number of pages||4|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9781000249958, 9781000257557|
|ISBN (Print)||9781864489262, 186448926X|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2000|
Bibliographical noteThis book was republished in 2020 by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London.
- Fulbright symposium
- Indigenous Cultures
- Interconnected World