Our Blog takes you behind the scenes with CABAH researchers as they get their hands dirty in the field, connect with community or reflect on the stories we are unearthing.

Building connections with communities

Thanks to the community representatives from Borroloola, in the Northern Territory, who visited research teams at the University of Wollongong and Monash University Nodes recently, to find out more about CABAH’s work and discuss partnerships in the Limmen National Park area. Glenn Durie, Manager of Aboriginal Partnerships for the Parks […]

Deep time dreaming

Listen to CABAH Associate Investigator Billy Griffiths talking to the ABC’s Richard Fidler about the history of archeology in Australia.     Billy’s award-winning book, Deep Time Dreaming,  investigates a twin revolution: the reassertion of Aboriginal identity in the second half of the twentieth century, and the uncovering of the […]

Retracing our ancient routes

Listen to CABAH Chief Investigator Corey Bradshaw interviewed on ABC Radio about two recent studies — published in Scientific Reports and Nature Ecology and Evolution — which show the most likely places where people would have made landfall in Sahul, and the numbers needed to create a viable population.

World Science Festival Brisbane 2019

When Science Meets Art: Shifting Perspectives on the Australian Landscape An insightful conversation, Shifting Perspectives on the Australian Landscape, was led by Associate Professor Tim Cohen, Sonia Leber and David Chesworth and moderated by Dr. Bianca Beetson. The panel discussed the juxtaposition of science and art, showcased segments of commission […]

This is CABAH

Australia has been shaped as a nation by its natural, historic and Indigenous heritage. To adapt successfully to future changes, we must dramatically improve our understanding of Australia’s past. We are undertaking research that will safeguard our national heritage, transform research culture, connect with communities and inform policy. Here CABAH […]

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