The Resource Sacred objects journey home: : Museum Victoria is returning priceless tjurunga to their Aboriginal owners, explains Philip Batty

Sacred objects journey home: : Museum Victoria is returning priceless tjurunga to their Aboriginal owners, explains Philip Batty

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Sacred objects journey home: : Museum Victoria is returning priceless tjurunga to their Aboriginal owners
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Sacred objects journey home:
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Museum Victoria is returning priceless tjurunga to their Aboriginal owners
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explains Philip Batty
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eng
Summary
Descriptions, backgrounds and removal of tjurunga (sacred objects) from central Australia; Museum of Victoria's collection of tjurunga; changing attitudes to display and return of Aboriginal cultural materials; difficulties involved in returning individual objects and attempts to overcome difficulties; Museum Victoria consulting with Aboriginal people who will determine future of sacred objects currently in Museum's collection
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Sacred objects journey home: : Museum Victoria is returning priceless tjurunga to their Aboriginal owners, explains Philip Batty
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1 volume
Label
Sacred objects journey home: : Museum Victoria is returning priceless tjurunga to their Aboriginal owners, explains Philip Batty
Publication
Extent
1 volume

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