Prof Ian D Clark

Professor Clark has a strong background in heritage management, attraction management, and visitor interpretation. His PhD from Monash University was concerned to document Aboriginal land tenure in western Victoria and to understand the processes of dispossession in the region. His main areas of interest include indigenous tourism, regional tourism, cultural heritage management, the history of tourism, Victorian Aboriginal history, and Victorian toponyms. He has written extensively on Victorian Aboriginal history including editing the journals and papers of George Augustus Robinson.

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