|Name Bruce Pascoe||Role Writer|
|Books Dark Emu: Black Seeds Ag, Fog a Dox, Convincing Ground: Learning, Ruby‑Eyed Coucal, Night Animals|
Bruce pascoe presentation on aboriginal agriculture
Bruce Pascoe (born 1947 Richmond, Victoria) is an Australian Indigenous writer, from the Bunurong clan, of the Kulin nation. He has worked as a teacher, farmer, a fisherman and an Aboriginal language researcher.
- Bruce pascoe presentation on aboriginal agriculture
- Bruce pascoe 2016 aboriginal agriculture maintaining a culture over millenia
Bruce pascoe 2016 aboriginal agriculture maintaining a culture over millenia
He is Director of Commonwealth Australian Studies project. He is working on preserving the Wathaurong language.
His books include Fog a Dox, a book for young adults that won the Prime Minister's Literary Awards in 2013, Convincing Ground about the Convincing Ground massacre, and Dark Emu, a book that challenges the claim that pre-colonial Australian Aboriginal peoples were hunter-gatherers. His research of early settler accounts found accounts of grain cultivation, flour, wells, and dams.
He edited Australian Short Stories, from 1982 to 1998.