I want to draw your attention to one of the panels as part of the Clancestry Conversation series. The panel #SoveriegntyX was curated by event’s curator Dr Chelsea Bond. Each of these mini-orations provide us with excellent resources that can be used in the classroom across discussions in media, English, cultural studies, Australian studies, education, … Continue reading On Aboriginal Sovereignty
Berry Island Rock Engraving Originally uploaded by leesawatego How deadly is this? A Google map of Sydney’s engravings. I was lucky enough to visit to sets of engravings earlier this year – one set at Berra Hill and the other at Bondi beach. Like my Aboriginal Place Names of Brisbane, this new map is a … Continue reading Sydney’s engravings on Google maps
A new commercial website enterprise, The Bama Way is now available. While specifically targeting the tourism market, there is a deadly map that features information about Bama country. Great for geography, and history.
Found this today, via an Education Qld staff member. Its Echo Adventure & Cultural Camp in North Queensland. South of Cairns and West of Tully, this is Jirrbal country. So if you’re a staff group seeking cultural awareness training, or even with your own students, consider this one.Looks deadly!
Using Google Maps + Tom Petrie’s Reminiscences of Early Queensland: Dating from 1837 by Constance Campbell Petrie (1904), I’ve started creating a map of Aboriginal Place Names of Brisbane. Its in its earliest of days yet as I add in a couple of names each week. I’m also looking for other sources I can use … Continue reading Aboriginal Place Names of Brisbane
The Map of Aboriginal Australia was developed by Dr David Horton and the Australian Institute of Aboriginaland Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) in 1994. I believe that AIATSIS and Dr Horton own the copyright for the map. We recommend that each classroom should have a copy always available for their students. You can purchase the … Continue reading Map of Aboriginal Australia
Can’t get to Idinji Country to see Jaragun’s Nest? Here are some photos for your to explore when thinking and teaching about Easter is Deadly. You can also grab the link to post it into your own blog/wiki. (Originally posted on criticalclassroom on TypePad on 03/25/2010)
View Jaragun’s Nest in a larger map Would like to embed this image into your classroom blog? Click here for the link. (Originally posted on criticalclassroom on 03/24/10)