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Anthropology at Northern Territory University: Beginning a History

Walters, Ian N. (2003). Anthropology at Northern Territory University: Beginning a History. Journal of Northern Territory History,14:71-78.

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Title Anthropology at Northern Territory University: Beginning a History
Author Walters, Ian N.
Journal Name Journal of Northern Territory History
Publication Date 2003
Volume Number 14
ISSN 1034-7488   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 71
End Page 78
Place of Publication Darwin
Publisher Historical Society of the Northern Territory
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DEST)
Abstract Characterised by its remoteness, alone in northern Australia apart from lames Cook University, far off on the eastern seaboard, with a unique proximity to Asia, Northern Territory University (NTU) is a small, still relatively new teaching and research institution with small numbers of, staff in anthropology and related disciplines. It exists at the geographical and academic frontier, where there are exciting opportunities for research, and significant social and historical interfaces ofindigenous, colonial, migrant and Asian rnulticultural expression.
 
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