The Resource Unfinished business : the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study within an historical and political context, by Kelly D. Wiltshire, (manuscript)

Unfinished business : the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study within an historical and political context, by Kelly D. Wiltshire, (manuscript)

Label
Unfinished business : the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study within an historical and political context
Title
Unfinished business
Title remainder
the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study within an historical and political context
Statement of responsibility
by Kelly D. Wiltshire
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This thesis explores the political and historical context of Indigenous heritage administration and archaeological research in South Australia and builds onto previous research conducted by Hemming. Set within a South Australian context, the administration of the 'Aboriginal and Historic Relics Preservation Act 1965', the 'Aboriginal Heritage Act 1979' and the 'Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988' are explored as part of this thesis. This thesis is set in the context of a case study, the 'Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study' (LMLAS) conducted by archaeologist Roger Luebbers during the mid-1980s along the shores of Lake Alexandria, South Australia. This case study is used as a specific example to illustrate the outcomes of the political and historical context of Indigenous heritage administration and archaeological research in South Australia. Additionally, this study explores the outcomes this research has had for the Ngarrindjeri Nation." [Author's abstract]
Cataloging source
SFU
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1981-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wiltshire, Kelly D.
Dewey number
930.1
Dissertation note
Thesis (B.Archaeol.(Hons.)) -- Flinders University, Dept. of Archaeology.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
theses
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Luebbers, R. A.
  • Cultural property
  • Historic preservation
  • Narrinyeri (Australian people)
  • Archaeological surveying
Target audience
specialized
Label
Unfinished business : the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study within an historical and political context, by Kelly D. Wiltshire, (manuscript)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Typescript (bound)
  • CD-ROM contains PDF document of thesis
Accompanying material
1 cdrom
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 99 - 125)
Contents
Politics, archaeology, and the Ngarrindjeri Nation : examining the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study (LMLAS) -- Thinking outside the "scientific" paradigm: critical, post-colonial and decolonised approaches to the research endeavour -- "Through imperial eyes" : archaeological knowledge and the administration of heritage legislation -- Australian archaeology: debates, issues and research questions from the 1960s to 1980s : stones, bones and radiocarbon dating, Holocene sites and the intensification debate, coastal archaeology and ethnography -- The development of heritage legislation and archaeological research in South Australia: South Australian politics and heritage legislation; Aboriginal and Historic Relics Preservation Act 1965; Administration of heritage policies; Heritage legislation and political cat fighting; Administrative changes; A "pioneering" new Act; Kumarangk (Hindmarsh Island) and recent years -- Case study: The Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study: LMLAS background; Working relationship with the Ngarrindjeri; Surveys and recommendations; Research questions; Archaeological investigation of sites: excavations: Lake Alexandrina Station, Samphire Shore; Ngarrindjeri old people; Departmental support; LMLAS collect 1988-2006 -- Kungun and Yunnan about archaeology and legislation in South Australia : main themes of thesis research -- Appendices: 1: Letter of permission from Ngarrindjeri Native Title Committee (NHC) -- 2: Ethics application -- 3: Ngarrindjeri contributor consent form (example) -- 4: Ethics approval -- 5: Archaeology on Ngarrindjeri Ruwe : 6: Report on materials from site 5, Samphire Shore, Lake Alexandrina -- Itinerary of collection from the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study (LMLAS) site no 5, Samphire Shore, Lake Alexandrina -- 7: Interview manuscripts : Bob Ellis; Roger Luebbers; Uncle Tom Trevorrow; Uncle George Trevorrow
Control code
000041685559
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
xi, 188 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Deposited by author;
Stock number
MAR07/132
Label
Unfinished business : the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study within an historical and political context, by Kelly D. Wiltshire, (manuscript)
Publication
Note
  • Typescript (bound)
  • CD-ROM contains PDF document of thesis
Accompanying material
1 cdrom
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 99 - 125)
Contents
Politics, archaeology, and the Ngarrindjeri Nation : examining the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study (LMLAS) -- Thinking outside the "scientific" paradigm: critical, post-colonial and decolonised approaches to the research endeavour -- "Through imperial eyes" : archaeological knowledge and the administration of heritage legislation -- Australian archaeology: debates, issues and research questions from the 1960s to 1980s : stones, bones and radiocarbon dating, Holocene sites and the intensification debate, coastal archaeology and ethnography -- The development of heritage legislation and archaeological research in South Australia: South Australian politics and heritage legislation; Aboriginal and Historic Relics Preservation Act 1965; Administration of heritage policies; Heritage legislation and political cat fighting; Administrative changes; A "pioneering" new Act; Kumarangk (Hindmarsh Island) and recent years -- Case study: The Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study: LMLAS background; Working relationship with the Ngarrindjeri; Surveys and recommendations; Research questions; Archaeological investigation of sites: excavations: Lake Alexandrina Station, Samphire Shore; Ngarrindjeri old people; Departmental support; LMLAS collect 1988-2006 -- Kungun and Yunnan about archaeology and legislation in South Australia : main themes of thesis research -- Appendices: 1: Letter of permission from Ngarrindjeri Native Title Committee (NHC) -- 2: Ethics application -- 3: Ngarrindjeri contributor consent form (example) -- 4: Ethics approval -- 5: Archaeology on Ngarrindjeri Ruwe : 6: Report on materials from site 5, Samphire Shore, Lake Alexandrina -- Itinerary of collection from the Lower Murray Lakes Archaeological Study (LMLAS) site no 5, Samphire Shore, Lake Alexandrina -- 7: Interview manuscripts : Bob Ellis; Roger Luebbers; Uncle Tom Trevorrow; Uncle George Trevorrow
Control code
000041685559
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
xi, 188 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Deposited by author;
Stock number
MAR07/132

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