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Returning Indigenous knowledge in central Australia: 'this CD-ROM brings everybody to the mind' / Returning Indigenous knowledge in central Australia. AIATSIS Conference 2001 / Barbara Glowczewski /  Australia/ Australie

Indigenous Cultural Network) at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies in Canberra, with the pilot project of the Pitjantjatjara Council (Gulash & Arley 2001). Australian museums—like Canadian ones—have agreed to work within new protocols which require respect for cultural constraints. This may involve producing databases which function with passwords to allow the right group to access information through the internet. This process, which associates the recording of heritage with the repatriation of knowledge, should be encouraged so that cultural objects spread all over the world can be reunited through the establishment of virtual museums.
An oral version of this paper was presented to AIATSIS Conference2001 Symposium C ‘The resonance of tradition’, Session 7 ‘The Production and Reception of Contemporary Media Technology, convened by Helena Gulash (AIATSIS).
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