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Triumphant songlines at the national museum

Paul Daley |  30 October 2017

How could a museum even contemplate an exhibition about something as central to 60,000-plus years of Indigenous life on this continent as “songlines” – paths of Indigenous knowledge and creation history that crisscross land, heaven and water? writes Paul Daley for The Guardian.


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