Protecting aboriginal cultural heritage in Australia: looking for solutions in the Canadian experience

Sally Peata McCausland
In recent decades Australian aboriginal paintings have become increasingly sought after as "high art" and as part of the nationalist iconography. The paintings often incorporate the communal designs of the artists' communities or clan groups, which are subject to aboriginal laws administered by traditional custodians. The popularity of the paintings has fostered increased respect for aboriginal cultures and has provided a source of income for many aboriginal communities. However, a corollary of their popularity is...
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