Lourandos, Harry and David, Bruno and Barker, Bryce and McNiven, Ian J. (2006) An interview with Harry Lourandos. In: David, Bruno and Barker, Bryce and McNiven, Ian J., (eds.) The social archaeology of Australian indigenous societies. Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, Australia, pp. 20-39. ISBN 0-85575-499-0
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In Australia, Lourandos' approach to Aboriginal archaeology has generated more heated debate than any other in the discipline. Yet over the years many of his ideas about the Aboriginal past have come to merge into conventional wisdom, while his role in changing academic and popular perceptions ahas remained largely unacknowledged. here we three- archaeology students of the 1980s, and now colleagues - interrogate Harry through a series of emailed questions and answers about the place of his own ideas, and of archaeology in general, in a post-colonial Australia.
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