“We acknowledge and celebrate the First Australians on whose lands the Australian National University operates, and pay our respect to the elders of the Ngunnawal people, past, present, and emergent.”
This online guide provides a broad and general introduction to the scholarly resources available at the ANU Library for staff, students, and other members of the ANU community seeking information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories, and cultures. It also contains links to popular Indigenous materials, publicly accessible available by way of the Internet.
The Library's Indigenous Collections support the learning, teaching, and research activities of staff and students in the Indigenous Studies @ ANU program, and the available resources cover a broad range of subjects and issues. Examples of these include traditional law, art, music, storytelling, anthropology, archeology, history, linguistics, health, land management, governance, land rights, governance, and cultural heritage.
Use the tabs on the left-hand side of the screen to navigate the various sections of the guide, and explore the wealth of diverse information sources and tools assembled here.
Please note, this online guide may include materials or links to materials which contain the voices and/or images of deceased Indigenous persons. These materials may also contain language and/or speech deemed culturally insensitive by contemporary standards.
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