Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 [Review Essay] Melbourne Dreaming : A Guide to Important Places of the Past and Present (2nd Edn)
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'The new edition of Melbourne Dreaming is a complete revision, update and expansion of the 1997 The Melbourne Dreaming: a guide to the Aboriginal places of Melbourne. Eidelson brings to this second edition 24 years of experience as owner of Melbourne Walks and the benefit of his active participation in local Aboriginal initiatives and in raising awareness of Aboriginal presence and history among the general public. The result is a well-researched volume that both satisfies local protocols and provides a means of access to Aboriginal perspectives on the sites and histories of Melbourne and immediate surrounds.'  (Introduction)

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    y Australian Aboriginal Studies no. 2 December 2015 9217771 2015 periodical issue

    'In a 1991 editorial for Australian Aboriginal Studies to inaugurate his term as Principal of AIATSIS, Bill Jonas wrote that the Institute had a tradition of scholars pursuing multidisciplinary research that was based on excellence and sensitivity towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. He stressed that no one wants excellence more than Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and added that research had to be done properly for such a tradition to continue.'  (Editorial introduction)

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