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Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies : biennial meeting : Land Rights Symposium

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Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies : biennial meeting : Land Rights Symposium, 21-22nd May 1980
Title
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies
Title remainder
biennial meeting : Land Rights Symposium
Inclusive dates
21-22nd May 1980
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Papers presented at the AIAS (Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies) biennial meeting 'Land Rights Symposium'; session one: 'The Norther Territory Legislation and the future', session two: 'State issues', session three: 'Traditional rights in land', session four: 'Alternatives and perspectives
Cataloging source
ATSIC
Dewey number
333.20994
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Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1980
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Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
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Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Land tenure
Target audience
adult
Label
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies : biennial meeting : Land Rights Symposium
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Typescripts (photocopies) of papers presented at conference
  • Related collection resource: MS 3104 and MS 4172
  • Conference programming volume 1, pages [1-4]
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume 1 (session 1 & 2): G. Eames / The future of the land councils -- M. Dreyfus / Two-fella law: land rights a conflict of laws -- P. Carroll / Aboriginal land interests in the Alligator Rivers region with reference to the Ranger and Queensland mines agreements. -- R.M Berndt / A long view: comments on land rights. -- S. Kesteven / Financial aspects of the uranium agreements. -- M. Rowell / Women and their claims to land. -- D. Rourke & J. Nayinggul / Problems associated with compiling a register of traditional owners. -- A. Palmer / Aboriginals the land rights (NT) Act 1976 forgot. -- D. McLaughlin / Notions of social rigidity and boundaries: their ambiguities in relation to a register of traditional owners. -- J. von Sturmer / Talking with Aboriginals. -- P. Teitzel / Problems associated with the leasing of Aboriginal land. -- Hon, W. C. Wentworth / Roads across Arnhem Land. -- S. McGill / Meeting the demand of regionalization of Land Councils. -- Dr R. Layton / Pitjantjatjara processes and the structure of the Act. -- D. Burrumarra / Traditional Aboriginal territorial organisation. -- B. A. Keon-Cohen / "Fleshing out the Act: the Commissioner's jurisdiction." -- M. Langton / Towards a national strategy to resolve some of the issues involved with exploring and mining on or near Aboriginal land. -- H. McKellar / An Aboriginal viewpoint on land rights in Queensland 1980. -- B. Moore / The Victorian Aboriginal Land Council -- Dr. B. Dagmar / Land rights and the fringe-dwelling community: a case study from Western Australia. -- C. Bourke / Land rights: a Victorian perspective – Rev. W. H. Edwards / The current Pitjantjatjara situation: the Aboriginal perspective interpreted. – P. Toyne / Pitjantjatjara land rights: the current state of play -- P. Vinent / Noonkanbah. -- D. Hope / Cupidity, condescension and confusion: elements to be reconciled in the South Australian Pitjantjatjara land rights. -- P. Felton / A history of Aboriginal land rights and reserves in Victoria: 1835-1975. -- D. Trigger / Land rights legislation in Queensland? The issue of historical association
  • Volume 2 (session 3 & 4): Dr P. Sutton / Language groups and Aboriginal land owners -- Dr J. Beckett / Land ownership in the Torres Straits -- K. Ackerman / Preliminary observations of contemporary Aboriginal land tender in the Kimberley -some factors affecting change -- D. Nash / A note in kurdungurlu. -- Dr K Maddock / Owners and managers. -- J. Stanton / Old business new owners: succession and the law on the fringe of Western Desert. -- D. Bell / Traditional ownership and the Utopia claim: a statement to the Utopia land claim hearing. -- Dr R. Layton / Ambilineal descent and traditional Pitjantjatjara rights to land. -- Dr M. Brandl & Dr M Walsh / Roots and branches of the far-flung net of Aboriginal relationships -- Dr R. Moyle / Musical life and land ownership: the Agharringa case -- Dr H. Morphy / Painting their land: art and territorial organisation in northeast Arnhem Land -- Dr N. Williams / Yolngu concepts of land ownership since 1971 -- K. Palmer / Rights in land in an area of considerable demographic change -- Dr D. Biernoff / Land, identity and social control in eastern Arnhem Land -- Dr N. Peterson / Rights, residence and process in Australian territorial organisation. -- D. K Maddock / Indonesian and African analogies for Aboriginal rights to land. -- Prof. C. Hunt / The Aboriginal Land Rights (NT) Act 1976: an outsider’s perspective. -- Prof. C. Tatz / Land of their fathers: an analysis of Coe, Noonkanbah, Lake Nash, Manbulloo and Aboriginal anthropology -- Dr H. C. Coombs / An Aboriginal Treaty -- Prof. D Sanders / North American legislative models: their strengths and weaknesses -- H. Daniels / Land Rights for Metis -- Dr H. Feit / Negotiating settlements: the Cree and Inuit experience in Canada -- Dr N. Dyck / Recent developments in treaty and land rights in Saskatchewan -- G. McIntyre / Aboriginal land rights: a definition at common law -- M. Langton / Aboriginal land rights and treaty concepts
Control code
000006184454
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Governing access note
Open access reading; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Received from ATSIC Library donation
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
other
Label
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies : biennial meeting : Land Rights Symposium
Publication
Note
  • Typescripts (photocopies) of papers presented at conference
  • Related collection resource: MS 3104 and MS 4172
  • Conference programming volume 1, pages [1-4]
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume 1 (session 1 & 2): G. Eames / The future of the land councils -- M. Dreyfus / Two-fella law: land rights a conflict of laws -- P. Carroll / Aboriginal land interests in the Alligator Rivers region with reference to the Ranger and Queensland mines agreements. -- R.M Berndt / A long view: comments on land rights. -- S. Kesteven / Financial aspects of the uranium agreements. -- M. Rowell / Women and their claims to land. -- D. Rourke & J. Nayinggul / Problems associated with compiling a register of traditional owners. -- A. Palmer / Aboriginals the land rights (NT) Act 1976 forgot. -- D. McLaughlin / Notions of social rigidity and boundaries: their ambiguities in relation to a register of traditional owners. -- J. von Sturmer / Talking with Aboriginals. -- P. Teitzel / Problems associated with the leasing of Aboriginal land. -- Hon, W. C. Wentworth / Roads across Arnhem Land. -- S. McGill / Meeting the demand of regionalization of Land Councils. -- Dr R. Layton / Pitjantjatjara processes and the structure of the Act. -- D. Burrumarra / Traditional Aboriginal territorial organisation. -- B. A. Keon-Cohen / "Fleshing out the Act: the Commissioner's jurisdiction." -- M. Langton / Towards a national strategy to resolve some of the issues involved with exploring and mining on or near Aboriginal land. -- H. McKellar / An Aboriginal viewpoint on land rights in Queensland 1980. -- B. Moore / The Victorian Aboriginal Land Council -- Dr. B. Dagmar / Land rights and the fringe-dwelling community: a case study from Western Australia. -- C. Bourke / Land rights: a Victorian perspective – Rev. W. H. Edwards / The current Pitjantjatjara situation: the Aboriginal perspective interpreted. – P. Toyne / Pitjantjatjara land rights: the current state of play -- P. Vinent / Noonkanbah. -- D. Hope / Cupidity, condescension and confusion: elements to be reconciled in the South Australian Pitjantjatjara land rights. -- P. Felton / A history of Aboriginal land rights and reserves in Victoria: 1835-1975. -- D. Trigger / Land rights legislation in Queensland? The issue of historical association
  • Volume 2 (session 3 & 4): Dr P. Sutton / Language groups and Aboriginal land owners -- Dr J. Beckett / Land ownership in the Torres Straits -- K. Ackerman / Preliminary observations of contemporary Aboriginal land tender in the Kimberley -some factors affecting change -- D. Nash / A note in kurdungurlu. -- Dr K Maddock / Owners and managers. -- J. Stanton / Old business new owners: succession and the law on the fringe of Western Desert. -- D. Bell / Traditional ownership and the Utopia claim: a statement to the Utopia land claim hearing. -- Dr R. Layton / Ambilineal descent and traditional Pitjantjatjara rights to land. -- Dr M. Brandl & Dr M Walsh / Roots and branches of the far-flung net of Aboriginal relationships -- Dr R. Moyle / Musical life and land ownership: the Agharringa case -- Dr H. Morphy / Painting their land: art and territorial organisation in northeast Arnhem Land -- Dr N. Williams / Yolngu concepts of land ownership since 1971 -- K. Palmer / Rights in land in an area of considerable demographic change -- Dr D. Biernoff / Land, identity and social control in eastern Arnhem Land -- Dr N. Peterson / Rights, residence and process in Australian territorial organisation. -- D. K Maddock / Indonesian and African analogies for Aboriginal rights to land. -- Prof. C. Hunt / The Aboriginal Land Rights (NT) Act 1976: an outsider’s perspective. -- Prof. C. Tatz / Land of their fathers: an analysis of Coe, Noonkanbah, Lake Nash, Manbulloo and Aboriginal anthropology -- Dr H. C. Coombs / An Aboriginal Treaty -- Prof. D Sanders / North American legislative models: their strengths and weaknesses -- H. Daniels / Land Rights for Metis -- Dr H. Feit / Negotiating settlements: the Cree and Inuit experience in Canada -- Dr N. Dyck / Recent developments in treaty and land rights in Saskatchewan -- G. McIntyre / Aboriginal land rights: a definition at common law -- M. Langton / Aboriginal land rights and treaty concepts
Control code
000006184454
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Governing access note
Open access reading; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Received from ATSIC Library donation
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
other

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