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Incorporating archival cultural heritage materials into contemporary Warlpiri women's yawulyu spaces

  • Author: Curran, Georgia
  • Publisher: University of Hawai’i Press & Sydney University Press
  • Published: 2019

National archives house a rich legacy of materials that document many intangible aspects of Indigenous cultural heritage. It is the moral right of Indigenous people to have access to these…

Of pizza ovens in Arnhem Land: The state quest to restructure Aboriginal labour in remotest australia

  • Author: Altman, Jon
  • Publisher: ANU Press
  • Published: 2019

In this chapter, I home in on the last issue of anticipated labour mobility for employment as the least likely option for the Aboriginal people with whom I have worked…

Explanations of Indigenous violence and recidivism

  • Author: Nancarrow, Heather
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing
  • Published: 2019

Following the previous chapter’s statistical analysis of court and police records, this chapter identifies and discusses four themes from interviews with domestic and family violence support workers and police prosecutors.…

Agriculture as a human endeavour

  • Authors: Noble, Keith, Dennis, Tania, Larkins, Sarah
  • Publisher: Springer Singapore
  • Published: 2019

This book is set in and specifically relates to Northern Australia, but it is not a story of Northern Australia. It is a story of the people who both live…

Roads to freedom? Indigenous mobility and settler law in Central Australia

  • Authors: Anthony, T., Blagg, H.
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2019

This chapter interrogates mobility as a site of freedom, ambivalence and hybridity within the framework of colonial settler/ Indigenous relationships in Central Australia, which is located in the imposed jurisdiction…

Aboriginal culture and food-landscape relationships in Australia: Indigenous knowledge for Country and landscape

  • Authors: Clarke, PA, Jones, DS
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

Aboriginal residency of Australia began over 50,000 years ago. This landscape has sustained many Aboriginal communities, whilst witnessing major geological and climate transformations. Aboriginal custodians have navigated a vast spectrum…

The virtues of rubbish research: A novel way of measuring the impact of crime prevention interventions in public spaces

  • Authors: Allard, Troy, Stewart, A, Manning, M
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Published: 2018

The virtues of rubbish research: A novel way of measuring the impact of crime prevention interventions in public spaces

‘We’re still being dragged to be white’: Learning from Yolŋu ‘growing up’ their children in two worlds

  • Authors: Fasoli, Lyn, Maypilama, Läwurrpa , Lowell, Anne, Guyula, Yalŋarra , Gundjarranbuy, Rosemary, Yunupiŋu, Megan , Farmer, Rebekah
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

‘We’re still being dragged to be white’: Learning from Yolŋu ‘growing up’ their children in two worlds

Linguistic and material intimacies of cell phones

  • Author: Deger, J
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

This chapter claims mobile phones as technologies of creative mediation and world-making. Specifically, it explores their aesthetics as an increasingly significant and generative texture of contemporary society among Yolngu Aboriginal…

Critical reflections on the operation of Aboriginal night patrols

  • Authors: Scott, John, Barclay, Elaine, Sims, Margaret, Cooper, Trudi, Love, Terrence
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Published: 2018

Much has been written about Aboriginal night patrols in recent decades; this has typically been ethnographic or evaluative. However, little work has been done to situate night patrols against wider…

Understanding crime and justice in Torres Strait Islander communities

  • Authors: Scott, John, Morton, James
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Published: 2018

Questions of race and crime in Australia largely revolve around indigenous peoples. Australian criminologists cannot escape racial terminology which divides the population into groupings and largely ignores the complex ways…

Singing on country and singing for country

  • Author: Palmer, D
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

Singing on country and singing for country

Complicating dynamics: Adapting the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework to a remote Indigenous context in Australia

  • Authors: Moran, M, Simpson Reeves, L, Wright, A
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

Complicating dynamics: Adapting the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework to a remote Indigenous context in Australia

How can arts participation promote Indigenous social determinants of health?

  • Authors: Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh, Sunderland, Naomi, Lakhani, Ali
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
  • Published: 2018

This chapter draws on Australian and Canadian Indigenous frameworks to explore the relationship between arts activities and the social determinants of health (SDOH). It grounds these explorations in insights from…

Fire regimes and cology of arid Australia

  • Authors: van Etten, Eddie J. B., Burrows, Neil D.
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing
  • Published: 2018

Although fire is a widespread phenomenon and major ecosystem disturbance at the global scale, fire is a relatively rare event in much of the arid lands as rainfall and productivity…

Carrying the conversation in our heads: dialogue in a remote Aboriginal setting

  • Authors: Harper, Helen, Lotherington, Matt, Parkin, Bronwyn
  • Publisher: Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)
  • Published: 2018

Project: Explore what it means to create classroom dialogue in a context where the teacher and students begin with little shared understanding of the topic, or of the academic purposes…

Tangentyere Design: Architectural practice and cultural agency in central Australia

  • Author: Broffman, Andrew
  • Publisher: Springer Singapore
  • Published: 2018

Tangentyere Design Tangentyere Design is an Aboriginal owned architectural practice based in central Australia. As an enterprise of its parent organisation, Tangentyere Council, its mission is to promote—within the built…

The shine and shadow of global citizenship: Insights from teacher education in remote Indigenous communities in Australia

  • Authors: Dyer, Julie, Hartung, Catherine
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing
  • Published: 2018

Discourses of global citizenship are increasingly embedded in the education policies of higher education institutions in Australia. Programmes that involve students working in culturally diverse communities are seen as pivotal…

Going remote: Narratives of learning on an Indigenous professional experience placement

  • Authors: Rennie, Jennifer, Prowd, Cordelia, Harrison, Ryan, Davies, Tanya, Newton, Teanau
  • Publisher: Springer Singapore
  • Published: 2018

A lack of specialist knowledge and skills in teachers, as well as high levels of teacher turnover has contributed to the reported poor educational outcomes of Indigenous students in remote…

Of mothers, adoption and orphans: The significance of relatedness in a remote Aboriginal community

  • Author: Burbank, VB
  • Publisher: ANU Press
  • Published: 2018

Of mothers, adoption and orphans: The significance of relatedness in a remote Aboriginal community

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