The Aboriginal Visual Histories: Photographing Indigenous Australians Project (AVH Project) is an Australian Research Council-funded Discovery Project. The AVH project commenced in 2008 with three primary objectives:
review photographs of Aboriginal people in key collections around Australia and in Europe
produce a systematic history of photographing Aboriginal people from the Australian inception of the medium in 1841 to the present day
collaborate with descendants to incorporate Indigenous perspectives of photographs
Aurora Native Title Internship Program The Monash Indigenous Centre at the Clayton campus holds interviews … Continue reading Aurora Project
Making the oral visual: Visualising Yanyuwa narratives and the possibilities of cross generational transfer of … Continue reading Visualising Yanyuwa Narratives
The Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) is a collaborative Monash University project between the Monash Indigenous Centre (MIC), Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Information Technology with a team of Monash researchers, digital animators and post-graduate students from the Monash Indigenous Centre, Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Information Technology.
This is a new series of refereed scholarly discussion papers published jointly by the Monash Indigenous … Continue reading Indigenous Human Rights and History Series