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Marcia Lynne Langton AM (born 31 October 1951, Brisbane, Australia) holds the Foundation Chair in Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne in the Faculty of Medicine. In 2016 she became Distinguished Professor and in 2017, Associate Provost.

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by Langton, Marcia, 1951-
Sydney NSW: HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 2013 , 2013
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
Trepang : China and the story of Macassan- Aboriginal trade = Hai shen : Hua ren, Wangjiaxi ren, Aozhou tu zhu ren de gu shi / Marcia Langton; editors, Alejandra Duschatzky,...
Trepang : China and the story of Macassan- Aboriginal trade = 海参 - :华人,望加锡人,澳洲土著人的故事 / Marcia Langton; editors, Alejandra Duschatzky, Stephanie Holt
by Langton, Marcia, 1951-
[Melbourne] : Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation - University of Melbourne, 2011
 
 
by Langton, Marcia, 1951-
Darwin : Centre for Indigenous Natural and Cultural Resource Management, Northern Territory University, 1998
 
by Langton, Marcia, 1951-
Sydney, New South Wales : HarperCollins Publishers, 2013
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
 
by Langton, Marcia, 1951-
Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant Publishing, 2019 , ©2019
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
 
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