Archaeology Seminar | Three Sydney, Deeptime Aboriginal cultural landscapes—Sydney Harbour, Parramatta, and the ‘Black Town’
Three Sydney, Deeptime Aboriginal cultural landscapes—Sydney Harbour, Parramatta, and the ‘Black Town’.
Dr Tim Owen | GML Heritage
30 March | 4pm
This seminar will present new research into the Deeptime Aboriginal cultural and social connection within each landscape, describing how changes through time have altered the environment, and led to long term Aboriginal cultural attachment to place. This attachment remains today and can be see through Aboriginal events, ownership, art and values etc.
By Dr Tim Owen (GML Heritage and Flinders University), with input from many other archaeological and cultural experts.
To be held on Campus at the Chau Chak Wing Museum. All welcome. Please click here for CCW map.
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Please join us after the seminar at Sounds Café at the Museum.
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