Constant Resurrection: The Trihybrid Model and the Politicisation of Australian Archaeology

@article{Grounds2010ConstantRT,
  title={Constant Resurrection: The Trihybrid Model and the Politicisation of Australian Archaeology},
  author={Shoshanna Grounds and A. Ross},
  journal={Australian Archaeology},
  year={2010},
  volume={70},
  pages={55 - 67}
}
Abstract Most Australian archaeologists would say that Birdsell’s trihybrid model is defunct and no longer worth considering. Unfortunately, this is not the view of many in the Australian public. In his revisionist history of Australia, the conservative commentator Keith Windschuttle still refers to this model, and, potentially more seriously, writers with a particular political agenda to deny Aboriginal people legitimate Native Title rights have also adopted Birdsell’s model as ‘fact’. In this… Expand
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