Monthly Archives: February 2021

Song as an Indigenous memory aid

Much as I am not impressed by the source – elephant hunters are not my favourite people – this description is well worth reporting. The quote was sent to me by Elizabeth Wayland Barber and Paul T. Barber, authors of … Continue reading

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New discoveries about Stonehenge

I have been delighted by the numerous readers who have send emails and messages about the new discoveries about Stonehenge from the excavations in Wales. These wonderful readers have all enthusiastically claimed that the new findings fit beautifully with my … Continue reading

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Songlines: the power and the promise – launched

A while has passed since Songlines: the power and promise was launched in November 2020 – but life has been too busy to blog. With a break in the covid border closures, we went to Canberra to the National Museum … Continue reading

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