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Braided Channels

Griffith University
Associate Professor Trish FitzSimons (Aggregated by)
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The Braided Channels Research Collection includes materials collected on Australia women, land and history in the Channel country. The collection is constructed from some 70 hours of oral history interviews with women from Australia’s Channel Country, together with archival film, transcripts, photos and music.

Users of the Braided Channel Collection should be aware that it may include images of deceased persons. In some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, seeing images of deceased persons may cause distress or sadness and, in some cases, offend against strongly held cultural traditions.

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