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Childhood stories of family, country and belonging. What is it like to grow up Aboriginal in Australia? This anthology, compiled by award-winning author Anita Heiss, showcases many diverse voices, experiences and stories in order to answer that question.
This book examines the prevalence of photography in cultural responses to processes of truth and reconciliation, and argues that photographs are a valuable means through which stories can be retold and historiography can be rethought.
The explosive second poetry collection from award-winning Mununjali Yugambeh author Ellen van Neerven exploring love, language, land, van Neerven flexes their muscles and shines a light on Australia's unreconciled past and precarious present with humour and heart.
This book examines the emotional engagements of both indigenous and non-indigenous people with indigenous history. The contributors are a mix of indigenous and non-indigenous scholars, who in different ways examine how the past lives on in the present, as myth, memory, and history.
In what ways is the Indigenous/non-Indigenous distinction being used and understood? In The Difference Identity Makes, thirteen Indigenous and non-Indigenous academics examine how this distinction structures the work of cultural production and how Indigenous producers and their works are recognised and valued.
Part of the "My Story" series. Set in Sydney, 1937, this is the fictional diary of a young Aboriginal girl, a member of the Stolen Generation.
Stolen generations and the way ahead
The Little Red Yellow Black Book
Held at both Lake Macquarie (305.89915 L72 3e) and Sydney (305.89915 PAS 3E) campuses, this is an invaluable pocket-sized guide written from an Indigenous perspective, with mini-essays providing a range of views.
TMC 305.89915 V44
Talking to my country
Held at both our Lake Macquarie (305.89915 G76) and Sydney (305.89915 GRA) campuses
No Small Change: the road to recognition for Indigenous Australia
Indigenous Australian health and cultures : an introduction for health professionals
Held at both Lake Macquarie (362.10899915 T32) and Sydney (362.849915 THA) campuses
Held at both Lake Macquarie (305.89915 H34-7) and Sydney (305.89915 HEA) campuses