Tag Archives: Kim Christen

Making Business Work

If you have the time or inclination to read only one book on Aboriginal affairs this year, I would strongly suggest that you pick up Kim Christen’s Aboriginal Business: alliances in a remote Australian town (SAR Press, 2008/Aboriginal Studies Press, 2009). Christen has … Continue reading

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Tennant Creek Business

If you happen to be in Tennant Creek this coming Monday, you won’t want to miss the launch of Kim Christen‘s new publication from Aboriginal Studies Press, Aboriginal Business: Alliances in a Remote Australian Town. It was published some months ago in … Continue reading

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Indigenous Protocols: Kim Christen at the Kluge-Ruhe

Kim Christen was at the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection this weekend, delivering two lectures within five hours on her experiences building a digital archive of cultural and historical material with the Warumungu people of Tennant Creek. Christen, an anthropologist and assistant professor at … Continue reading

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