Blacklines: Contemporary Critical Writing by Indigenous Australians

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Michele Grossman
Melbourne University Press, 2003 - History - 244 pages
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"Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives on contemporary cultural issues are presented in this collection of critical essays by indigenous Australians. From museums and anthropology to land rights and feminism, a range of topics are covered that touch on both indigenous and mainstream Australian history. Discussions of identity politics, the concept of Aboriginality, and aesthetic representations of indigenous people are rich with insight about the evolution of indigenous culture, with its shift from marginalization to cultural prominence in modern scholarship."

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Indigenous peoples
13
identities histories knowledges
15
Black bit white
43
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Michelle Grossman is a senior lecturer in the department of communication, language, and cultural studies at Victoria University of Technology.

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