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Title: ROLA (Stone)
Contributor(s): Betts, Marissa  (creator)orcid ; Terry, Mike (editor)
Publication Date: 2022
Open Access: Yes
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Abstract: Rola is the Anaiwan word for "stone". This film explores the inseparable connection between geology, landscapes and culture on Anaiwan Country (Northern Tablelands area of New South Wales, Australia). All places have parallel narratives-the scientific and spiritual, that govern our relationship with them. Woven together, these perspectives invite us to rethink the ways we understand the deep and recent past, present and future of the world around us.
Publication Type: Recorded/rendered Creative Works - Audio/visual Recording
Publisher: UNESCO: International Geoscience Programme
Place of Publication: Sydney, Australia
Fields of Research (FoR) 2020: 450102 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artefacts
450103 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural history
370503 Igneous and metamorphic petrology
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) 2020: 210402 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander connection to land and environment
210404 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge
210405 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander places of significance
Format: 31 minutes and 20 seconds
HERDC Category Description: Z10 Recorded/Rendered creative works - Audio/Visual recording
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NTRO Venue: Earth Futures Festival
Type of Work: Documentary film
Medium of Distribution: Audio-Visual
Appears in Collections:Recorded/rendered Creative Works - Audio/visual Recording
School of Environmental and Rural Science

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