Indigenous Stewardship of Decolonised Rock Art Conservation Processes in Australia

@article{Marshall2020IndigenousSO,
  title={Indigenous Stewardship of Decolonised Rock Art Conservation Processes in Australia},
  author={Mel Marshall and Kadeem May and Robert Bernard Dann and Lloyd Nulgit},
  journal={Studies in Conservation},
  year={2020},
  volume={65},
  pages={P205 - P212}
}
ABSTRACT Applicable to nations around the world with large corpuses of rock art and disenfranchised or disempowered First Nations peoples, efforts are being implemented at locations across Northern Australia to change this power imbalance. As the Traditional Owners of Country and the custodians of an ongoing living culture, interconnected across time and space, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia continue to fight for control of the management and interpretation of their… Expand
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