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Guest lecture on native title process in Australia, Prof. Nicolas Peterson, 2 October 2017


Professor Nicolas Peterson, Australian National University, will be visiting the University of Lapland in October. Peterson’s research expertise includes studies of aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander society and social and cultural anthropology. In particular, he has conducted groundbreaking work on anthropology of native title. Prof. Peterson is the director of the Centre for Native Title Anthropology. The Centre, established in 2010, has been funded by the Attorney-General's Department, Canberra, to contribute to the professional development of anthropologists working in the native title area and to attract younger scholars into making a career in native title work. The Centre has been refunded for a further three years until 2019.

As part of his visit, he will give an open talk about native title processes in Australia.

2.10.2017 Guest lecture and discussion
University of Lapland, Main Campus, Lecture room 10, 10-11.30
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