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Fay Gale interviewed by Nikki Henningham in the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 3887051
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Gale, Fay, 1932-2008, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2006 
2 digital audio tapes (ca. 73 min.) 
Series

Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia collection.

Summary

Fay Gale speaks about her induction into the Academy of the Social Sciences; her research involving Aboriginal communities; the Henderson Poverty Commission; her Postgraduate work; Charles Rowley; Social Science Research Council Aborigines Project; Research at the University of Adelaide; the establishment of the Institute of Aboriginal Studies in Canberra; W.E.H. Stanner; Bill Wentworth; being Fellow of the ASSA (1978); setting up management plans for Kakadu, Uluru; Elspeth Young; Diane Barwick; Diane Bell; Marcia Langton; her time as president of the academy; UNESCO; Paul Burke; significance of her achievements; general view of the role of the academy.

Notes

Recorded on March 15, 2006.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary (3 p.) and corrected transcript (typescript, 36 leaves) 
Subjects Gale, Fay, 1932-2008 -- Interviews.  |  Women geographers -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  College teachers -- Australia -- Interviews.
Occupation Academics.
Other authors/contributors Henningham, Nicola, 1960-, Interviewer
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