Indigenous seminars- Faculty of Veterinary Science

10 October 2013

A/Prof Annie Ross (from UQ), Indigenous knowledge and the management of dingoes and dugongs.

A/Prof Ross will be presenting her work aboutIndigenous knowledge and the management of dingoes and dugongs. This will be presented in a framework of 'conservation' and what this term actually means in an Indigenous setting.

A/Prof Ross's primary research interest is in Indigenous knowledge of natural resources management in Moreton Bay and Australia generally. She is also working on changing meaning and significance at areas significant for Aboriginal heritage in the 21st century, with a focus on a stone arrangement site on the Darling Downs. She has recently begun a project at Marovo Lagoon in the Solomon Islands, investigating Indigenous knowledge of marine resources management.

Time: 1.00pm

Location: Webster Lecture Theatre, Veterinary Science Conference Centre (VSCC), Camperdown

Cost: Free

Contact: Dr Jaime Gongora

Email: 07080a3b5456111a0203383e102e2009503f5d3e573c0924673907