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Essays, Extracts and Reviews
In Australia for the Australians, Colin Groves analyses how the social sciences are currently deployed in racist arguments around indigenous sovereignty and land rights.
Fiona Probyn questions the ways in which indigenous cultural practices are harnessed for a debate around academic disciplinarity in Lynne Hume's Ancestral Power: The Dreaming, Consciousness and Aboriginal Australia;
Susan Bye looks at the pleasures and problematics of reading the Australian Women's Weekly in her review of Who was that Woman?: The Australian Women's Weekly in the Postwar Years by Susan Sheridan with Barbara Baird, Kate Borrett and Lyndall Ryan;
and an extract from Chapter 4 of Who was that Woman? which analyses the Weekly's representation of women and work.
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