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'Les Hiatt was the doyen of the Australian anthropological community, held in high regard by anthropologists both here and abroad. His sudden and unexpected death in London on 12 February 2008 came as a great shock to his many friends and colleagues' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Aboriginal Studies Aboriginal Art and Identity no. 1 Luke Taylor (editor), Peter Veth (editor), 2008 Z1564016 2008 periodical issue

    'Cultural expression is a major topic of research interest for AIATSIS and has been since its inception. Research of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts are, in turn, a significant component of that work. This volume consolidates the work of several AIATSIS research grantees, staff and visitors who are working on projects that explore different aspects of Indigenous art production and how this production relates to the creation of personal and group identity. Some of the projects were presented at an AIATSIS seminar series held in the second semester of 2006 and organised by Luke Taylor and Peter Veth with the support of Patrick Sullivan.' (Editorial introduction)

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