The new volume of the journal Aboriginal History
features a discussion of Aboriginal history in international context.
Edited by Ann Curthoys and John Docker, volume 25 includes essays by
some leading inter-disciplinary writers about genocide, colonialism,
the Stolen Generations and Australian settler
is an Indigenous Australian publishing house committed to preserving,
restoring and promoting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture
and tradition through literature.
See their site
for latest releases:
- Forciby Removed, an autobiography by
- The Man from Sunrise Side, an autobiography
by Ambrose Chalarimeri, from the East Kimberley;
- Crabbing at High Tide, a children's
tale from Derby, by Paul Ishiguchi, illustrated by Carl Stahlmann;
- and Nardika Learns to Make a Spear,
written and illustated by Chris Fry.
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2: December 2000 - February 2001
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4: June - August 2001
5: September - December 2001
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- May 2002
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