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Further reading

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Cultural heritage and transmission: projects list, go to www.aiatsis.gov.au, click on Research, then Projects, then l.

Australian Copyright Council, 1998, Protecting Indigenous Intellectual Property, ACC, Redfern.

Australian Copyright Council, 1999, Indigenous Arts and Copyright, ACC, Redfern.

Australian Copyright Council, 2002, Moral Rights: A Practical Guide, ACC, Redfern.

Carlin, J, 1988, ‘Culture vultures: artistic appropriation and intellectual property law’, VLA Journal of Law and the Arts, no 103.

Gerdsen, T J, 1996, Copyright. A User’s Guide, RMIT Press, Collingwood, Vic.

Kowanko, R (ed), 1994, Aboriginal Art and the Dreaming, SA Department for Education and Children’s Services, Adelaide.

National Association for the Visual Arts Ltd (NAVA), June 2006, Public Briefing Document on the Development of Ethical Indigenous Art Trade Strategies and an Indigenous Commercial Code of Conduct, go to www.visualarts.net.au or www.nava.com.au and follow the links.

National Gallery of Australia, Protocols for Indigenous arts and culture, http://nga.gov.au/IndigenousProtocols

Poad, D et al, 1990, Contact: An Australian History, 2nd edn, Heinemann, Port Melbourne.

Preston, M, 1930, ‘The application of Aboriginal designs’, Art in Australia, No 31, March.

Wright, F, 1988, Yuendumu (exhibition catalogue), Alchera International, Sydney.

Yunupingu, G, 1989, ‘The Black/White Conflict’, in W Caruana (ed), Windows on the Dreaming: Aboriginal Paintings in the Australian National Gallery, Australian National Gallery Canberra & David Ell Publishing, Sydney.

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