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A listing of titles from the Aboriginal Studies category.


A Different Kind of Subject: Colonial Law in Aboriginal European Relations in 19th Century Western Australia, 1829–61
Ann Hunter
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Abrogating Responsibility
Geoffrey Gray
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Australia’s Ancient Aboriginal Past
Murray Johnson
Analysing the complexity of the extraordinary achievements of Australian Aborigines and the evidence surrounding the identity of Australia's first occupants.
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Becoming Indigenous to the Universe: Reflections on Living Systems, Indigenity and Citizenship
Kerry Arabena
In Becoming Indigenous to the Universe Kerry Arabena seeks to converge the wisdom of Indigenous peoples philosophic traditions with scientific and ethical understandings of modern thought.
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Doctor Do-Good: Charles Duguid and Aboriginal Advancement 1930s–1970s
Rani Kerin
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Indigenous Health: Power, Politics and Citizenship
Dominic O'Sullivan
In Indigenous Health Dominic OSullivan considers the claims that Indigenous people can reasonably make on the public health system and what these claims mean for Australian conceptions of citizenship, democracy, and human rights.
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James Morrill: Captive of Empire
Bruce Breslin
James Morrill was an eye-witness to Australias longest war that roiled the Australian continent episodically for 140 years.
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Over a Decade of Despair - The Howard Government and Indigenous Affairs
Andrew Gunstone
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Reconciliation in Regional Australia: Case Studies from Gippsland
Andrew Gunstone
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Something Like Slavery — Queensland's Aboriginal child workers, 1842–1945
Shirleene Robinson
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Telling Stories: Aboriginal Australian and Torres Strait Islander Performance
Maryrose Casey
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The Battle of Parramatta 21 to 22 March 1797
Jonathan Lim
The enigmatic figure of Pemulwuy, the Darug leader who dared to rebel against white settlers, haunts the story of the early colonisation of NSW in particular, the remarkable incident known as the Battle of Parramatta
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The Chairman – The Story of Garnett Ian Wilson OAM
Garnett Wilson, Anne Bartlett
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The Dystopia in the Desert. The silent culture of Australia’s remotest Aboriginal communities
Tadhgh Purtill
The Ngaanyatjarra Lands, deep in WA, are home to the countrys most remote Aboriginal communities. Beset by social problems, the communities and their residents are detached from mainstream Australia by factors of distance and culture
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Wuka nya-nganunga li-Yanyuwa li-Anthawirriyarra. Language for Us, The Yanyuwa Saltwater People. A Yanyuwa Encyclopaedia: Volume 1
John Bradley
This Encyclopaedia is a rich, authoritative repository of the cultural and linguistic knowledge of the Yanyuwa, the Saltwater people of the coastal and island country near Borroloola in the Northern Territory of Australia.
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