Call for participants

Have you discovered interactions between settlers and Aboriginal peoples in your own family history? 

Ashley Barnwell, a Lecturer in Sociology from the University of Melbourne, is currently doing a national study that investigates how inherited family secrets, stories, and memories inform Australian’s understandings of colonial history. Ashley is looking to interview family historians who have found interactions between settlers and Indigenous Australians in their ancestry and who are doing some research into that aspect of the family story.


If you are interested in participating please contact Ashley via email: abarnwell@unimelb.edu.au; or phone: 03 83444559

 

 

 


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