Celebrating NAIDOC Week

4 November 2020

ANU is a world leader in the advancement of Indigenous scholarship, and enjoys a long-standing commitment to Indigenous reconciliation. Our collection includes over 50 titles dedicated to Indigenous culture, including the popular Aboriginal History Journal, which contains studies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ interactions with non-Indigenous peoples. ANU Press provides a platform for emerging and established Indigenous scholars and historians to transform contemporary discourse. Here are some of our top titles which can be used freely for public or educational resources: