Image of conservator Kate Stanway and Museum director Diana Young  

Makinti Minutjukur
Untitled batik, c. 1982
1950 x 910 mm, silk, aniline dye

 

The Museum collection is a valuable and relevant teaching and research resource for academics, students and the public. The Museum supports teaching across a range of disciplines, providing unique learning opportunities for students and the wider community.  The School of Social Science welcomes applications from doctoral candidates wishing to build their research around an aspect of the collection.

Learn more about research in the Anthropology Museum >

 
 
 
 
 
 
Seminar series and working papers, Semester 2 2016 - All welcome
 
Critical Approaches to Museums and Heritage

Working Papers in Anthropology
 
 
Community and Visitor Services

The Museum collection is an important source of cultural heritage for many individuals and communities. Scholarly academic researchers and students, native title, family history researchers and other interested members of the public are welcome. We also provide information, loans and reproduction of photographic material for exhibitions locally, nationally and internationally.


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Publications
  • Cultural and Historical Records 
  • Occasional Papers in Anthropology
  • Tempus

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Exhibition catalogues can be purchased here.


 

 

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