Nicolas Peterson’s (he/him) (BA. King’s College Cambridge, 1963; Ph.D. University of Sydney, 1972) research interests include, economic anthropology, land and sea tenure, social change, fourth world people and the state, applied anthropology, anthropological photography, ethnographic film and the history of Australian anthropology. From January to March 1965 Nicolas conducted fieldwork in New Ireland, PNG. He conducted research for his cultural ecologically oriented Ph.D. at the southeast corner of the Arafura Swamp in northeast Arnhem Land, Australia, between 1965-1974. Since 1967 he has worked with Warlpiri people at Yuendumu on ritual and territorial organization, as well as being principal researcher on four land and native title claims for them. Nicolas has also carried out shorter term research in the Torres Strait, NSW and elsewhere in the Northern Territory. Nicolas first attended the AAA Annual Meeting in the 1980’s.