Anthropological Society of Victoria

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The Anthropological Society of Victoria was formed in 1934, in response to the efforts of gifted lecturer Frederic Wood Jones who attracted an enthusiastic non-academic audience to his public lectures in the 1930s.[1]

In 1976 it amalgamated with the Archaeological Society of Victoria to form the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria.[2]


  1. ^ Margaret Bullen, Australian Anthropological Society, Annual Conference 2007 - Transforming Economies, Changing States,
  2. ^ History of the AASV

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