So … I’m sitting in the school staff room this morning with a cuppa, minding my own business and coding xml. A woman comes in looking for a copy of the Bardi dictionary. Not completely unusual, except she mentions she’s an ANU researcher. Me too! I say (I’m a visiting fellow there). The high school teacher who’s there at the table next to me says “I’m not, but I’ve got a degree in anthropology”. Turns out that the woman is Sue O’Connor, ANU Arch and Anth person, and it further turns out that the teacher has been doing plant identification.
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