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Since 1977 the journal has pioneered studies of indigenous oral history, language, ethno-history and documentary evidence.
Published studies include records of local indigenous languages; oral traditions; biographies; archival and bibliographic guides; previously unpublished manuscript accounts; critiques of current events; as well as research and reviews in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, sociology, linguistics, demography, law, geography and cultural, political and economic history.
Aboriginal History is administered by an Editorial Board. Its members are Peter Read (Chair), Robert Paton (Secretary), Jennifer Clarke (Public Officer), Richard Baker, Gordon Briscoe, Ann Curthoys, Mick Dodson, Brian Egloff, Julie Findlayson, Geoff Gray, Niel Gunson, Luise Hercus, David Johnston, Harold Koch, Isabel McBryde, Ingereth Macfarlane, Ann McGrath, Frances Peters-Little, Deborah Bird Rose, Gary Shipp, Rebe Taylor.