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Edited by Ann McGrath
Traces the various disputes involved in relationships between Aboriginal and white Australians since 1788, and explores both the dispossession of Aboriginal peoples and their continuing activism in the search for improving relations.
Marilyn Lake Katie Holmes
Together with its companion volume, Freedom Bound I, which deals with the period of colonisation, this volume explores twentieth-century Australia and documents the dreams that inspired women, the pleasures and pain that informed their politics and the desires that enthralled them, even as they bade them to be free.
Lelia Green Roger Guinery (Ed)
Framing Technology uses an interdisciplinary approach to explore some of the key issues in technology today, including virtual reality, gender, health, the environment, regulation, the information society, surveillance and globalisation.
In this startling and original study, Bain Attwood reveals how relationships between indigenous Australians and European colonisers determined the hearts and minds of the indigenous peoples, making them anew as Aboriginals. A story of cultural change and continuity both poignant and disturbing in its telling, this important book is sure to provoke controversy about what it means to be Aboriginal.
Edited by Peggy Brock
Women, Rites & Sites is a collection of essays which explore the active role of women in Aboriginal cultural and religious life. It should be read by all people interested in Aboriginal-white relations, in Aboriginal culture and women's studies.
Edited by Isobel White, Diane Barwick and Betty Meehan
The literature on Australian Aborigines is vast, but much of it is strangely silent about the experiences and activities of women. This collection of stories of the eventful lives and strong characters of a number of Aboriginal women offers a more intimate and personal view.