A web site for the Bowen Basin Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Project: Towards a strategic regional approach to research and management

12th November 2013

Scott L’Oste Brown and Luke Godwin

Introduction*

The Bowen Basin Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Project is a multi-disciplinary and integrated approach to regional cultural heritage management in the Bowen Basin, central Queensland. Although initiated in 1995 (as Stage l , see L’Oste-Brown et al. 1998a), the current stage (Stage 2, see Godwin et al. 1999) commenced in mid-1998 and was funded for three years under the Australian Research Council and Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affair’s SPIRT collaborative grants scheme. The project is being undertaken by the School of Human and Environmental Studies at the University of New England and is a joint initiative of industry, Aboriginal groups, educational institutions and Government.

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

 

L'Oste Brown, S. and L. Godwin
A web site for the Bowen Basin Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Project: Towards a strategic regional approach to research and management
2001
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Short Report
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