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Embedded Anthropology and the Intervention: cultural determinism and neo-liberal forms of racial governance
by Barry Morris and Andrew Lattas - Arena Magazine Feature: September 2010
White Fella Jumpup: The Shortest Way to Nationhood
by Germaine Greer - Quarterly Essay 11 2003
Marcia Langton's response to White Fella Jumpup: The Shortest Way to Nationhood
by Marcia Langton - Quarterly Essay 12 2003
Lillian Holt - response to White Fella Jumpup: The Shortest Way to Nationhood
by Lillian Holt - Quarterly Essay 12 2003
Tony Birch's response to White Fella Jumpup: The Shortest Way to Nationhood
by Tony Birch - Quarterly Essay 12 2003
Germaine Greer on the resonse to White Fella Jumpup: The Shortest Way to Nationhood
by Germaine Greer - Quarterly Essay 14 2004
The end of 'big men' politics
by Marcia Langton - Griffith REVIEW Edition 22: Money Sex Power 2008
Faraway Downs fantasy resonates close to home
by Marcia Langton - Sunday Age (Melbourne) 23rd November 2008
Strictly fanciful - Germaine responds to Marcia's review
by Germaine Greer - Guardian UK December 17, 2008
Why Greer is wrong on Australia - Marcia's responds to Greer's attack
by Marcia Langton - Age December 23, 2008
The rage epidemic
by Germaine Greer Sydney Morning Herald August 2, 2008
The Incivility of Marcia Langton
by Geoffrey Partington - Quadrant Volume LIV Number 4 April 2010
Australia: Aboriginal leader pushes anti-welfare agenda
by Mike Head - 25th July 2001 http://www.wsws.org/
Ordinary racists in power
by Michael Mansell - 15th October 2008
The Road to Native Title: Aboriginal Land Rights and the ALP 1973 -1996
by Gary Foley - 2001
Black Power in Redfern 1968 - 1972
by Gary Foley - 5th October 2001
A Short History of the Australian Indigenous Resistance 1950 - 1990
by Gary Foley - January 2010
EUPHEMISM, BANALITY, PROPAGANDA Anthropology, public debate and Indigenous communities
by Gillian Cowlishaw Australian Aboriginal Studies 2003
Trapped in the Aboriginal reality show
by Marcia Langton Griffith REVIEW Edition 19: Re-imagining Australia 2007
Duplicity and Deceit: Rudd's Apology to the Stolen Generations: Interview with Gary Foley
by Crystal McKinnon. - Melbourne historial journal 2008 Edition (Vol. 36)
The Songman of Arnhem Land...meets the 'Big Two' Poets - Alan Ginsberg meets Wandjuk Marika at Yirrkala 1972
by Kim Lockwood, Melbourne Herald 11th April 1972
The end of ATSIC and the future administration of Indigenous affairs
by Angela Pratt & Scott Bennett 2004 - PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY - The Current Issues Brief No. 4 2004-05
Participation and representation in ATSIC elections: a ten-year perspective
- W. Sanders, J. Taylor and K. Ross CAPER ANU
The Stolen Generations and genocide: Robert Mannes's 'In Denial: the stolen Generations and the Right'
- by Bain Attwood
Contextualinsing Church Involvement in 'The First Aboriginal Race Riot'
- by Meredith Lake - National Library of Australia News July 2004
The Aboriginal movement in power, profit and protest: Australian social movements and globilisation
Burgmann,V. The Aboriginal movement in power, profit and protest: Australian social movements and globilisation, Allen & Unwin, 2003, Chapter 2, pp.44-97
History is Never Bloodless - Getting it wrong after One Hundred Years of Federation
- by Tony Birch - Australian Historical Studies 118, 2002
Its My Party And I'll Cry If I Want To...
- by David Langsam - New Statesman 15th January 1988
The Trouble with Empathy
by David Burchell - Griffith Review Edition 8 - People Like Us
Does Australian History Have a Future?
by Ann Curthoys - Australian Historical Studies 118, 2002
The Aboriginal Embassy: An account of the protest of 72
by Scott Robinson - Aboriginal History 1994 18:1
'Backroads' chapter from "Phillip Noyce"
by Ingo Petzke
Pan Macmillan Australia 2004
Aborigines of Australia Are Suddenly Militants
article By Robert Trumbull New York Times Jan 24, 1972
Australian Aborigines Set Up 'Embassy,' Score Diplomatic Coup
article By Robert Trumbull New York Times Mar 8, 1972
'endless trouble and agitation' : Aboriginal Activism in the Protestionist Era
by Robert Foster - Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia No 28 2000
The Freedom Ride - Its Significance Today
Lecture by Prof Ann Curthoys at the National Museum of Australia - 4 Sept 2002
The anti-apartheid movements in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand
by Peter Limb - in The Road to Democracy in South Africa, Volume 3, International Solidarity, Part II
Too Early Yet or Not Soon Enough? - Reflections on Sharing Histories as Process
- by Heather Goodall - Australian Historical Studies 118, 2002
Hiding the bodies: the myth of the humane colonization of Australia
by John Harris - Aboriginal History 2003 Vol 27
A Liberal 'Respect for Small Property' - Paul Hasluck and the 'Landless Proletariat' in PNG 1951-63
by Huntley Wright - Australian Historical Studies 119, 2002
Genocide in Australia
by Andrew Markus - Aboriginal History 2001 Vol 25
Australian History - Lifting haze or descending fog?
John Maynard - Aboriginal History 2003 Vol 27
Vision, voice and influence: the rise of the AAPA
John Maynard - - Australian Historical Studies 121, 2003
Fred Maynard and the AAPA: One God, One Aim, One Destiny
by John Maynard - Aboriginal History 1997 Vol 23
'Breed out the Colour' or the Importance of Being White
Russell McGregor - Australian Historical Studies 120, 2002
Namatjira and the Burden of Citizenship
Julie T. Wells and Michael F. Christie - Australian Historical Studies 114, 2000
Problematising Aboriginal nationalism
by Julie Martinez - Aboriginal History 1997 Vol 21
Black and Red: The Pilbara Pastoral Workers Strike 1946
by Michael Hess - Aboriginal History 1994 18:1
Clio or Janus? - Historians and the Stolen Generations
Peter Read - Australian Historical Studies 118, 2002
The 1967 Referendum and All That: Narrative and Myth, Aborigines and Australia
by Bain Attwood and Andrew Markus - Australian Historical Studies 111, 1998
Finding Foley
by Diana Ward published in SPINACH 7 in May 2004
Making a Difference: a 1960s partnership opposing racial discrimination
Sue Taffe - Overland 161 2000
Witnesses from the Conference Floor: Oral History and FCAATSI
by Sue Taffe Fresh Cuts: New Talents 2001
An Essay in disappointment: the Aboriginal-Jewish relationship
Colin Tatz - Aboriginal History 2004 Vol 28
Rethinking the Origins of Terra Nullius
by Merete Borch - Australian Historical Studies 117, 2001
Of a 'contested ground' and an 'indelible stain'
by L. Veracini - Aboriginal History 2003 Vol 27
Some competition and consumer issues in the Indigenous visual arts industry
by J. C. Altman, et al CAEPR DISCUSSION PAPER NO. 235
From Wattie Creek to Wattie Creek: an oral historical approach to the Gurindji walk-off
by M. Hokari - Aboriginal History 2000 Vol 24
Master Narratives and the dispossession of the Wiradjuri
by Gaynor Macdonald - Aboriginal History 1998 Vol 22
Absorbing the 'Aboriginal problem': controlling interracial marriage in Australia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
by Katherine Ellinghaus - Aboriginal History 2003 Vol 27
NATION AND MISCEGENATION: Discursive Continuity in the Post-Mabo Era
by Patrick Wolfe
Sorry, and not sorry, in Australia: how the apology to the stolen generations buried a history of genocide
by Tony Barta Journal of Genocide Research (2008), 10(2), June, 201-214
The Holocaust, the Aborigines, and the bureaucracy of destruction: an Australian dimension of genocide
by Paul R. Bartrop - Journal of Genocide Research (2001), 3(1), 75–87
Coming to terms with genocidal pasts in comparative perspective: Germany and Australia
by A. Dirk Moses Aboriginal History 2001 VOl 25
Confronting Australian genocide
by Colin TatzAboriginal History 2001 VOL 25
Raphae¨ l Lemkin’s ‘Tasmania’: an introduction1
by Ann Curthoys Patterns of Prejudice, Vol. 39, No. 2, 2005
Settler colonialism and the elimination of the native
by Patrick Wolfe - Journal of Genocide Research (2006), 8(4), December, 387-409
The Stolen Generations and genocide: Robert Manne's In denial: the Stolen Generations and the Right
by Bain Atrwood - Aboriginal History 2001 VOL 25
"They will be hunted down like wild beasts and destroyed!": a comparative study of genocide in California and Tasmania
by Ashley Riley Sousa - Journal of Genocide Research (2004), 6(2), June, 193-209
Modern by analogy: modernity, Shoah and the Tasmanian genocide
by Jesse Shipway - Journal of Genocide Research (2005), 7(2), June, 205-219
Conceptual blockages and definitional dilemmas in the 'racial century': genocides of indigenous peoples and the Holocaust
by A. D. Moses - Patterns of Prejudice (2002),36:4,7 - 36
An antipodean genocide? The origins of the genocidal moment in the colonization of Australia
by A. Dirk Moses -Journal of Genocide Research (2000), 2(1), 89-106
Patterns of frontier genocide 1803-1910: the Aboriginal Tasmanians, the Yuki of California, and the Herero of Namibia
by Benjamin Madley -Journal of Genocide Research (2004), 6(2), June, 167-192
COVER-UP AND DENIAL OF GENOCIDE: Australia, the USA, East Timor, and the Aborigines
by Ben Kiernan - Critical Asian Studies34:2 (2002) , 163-192
Genocide: the distance between law and life
by Larissa Behrendt - Aboriginal History 2001 VOL 25
Genocide: definitions, questions, settler-colonies
by Ann Curthoys and John Docker - Aboriginal History 2001 Vol 25
Genocide in Australia
by Colin Tatz - Journal of Genocide Research (1999), 1(3), 315-352
discourses of genocide in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America and Australia
by Norbert Finzsch - Patterns of Prejudice,39:2,97-115
Indigenocide and the Massacre of Aboriginal History by Raymond Evans and Bill Thorpe - Overland.l63.2001
Discourses of genocide in Germany and Australia: a linked history
by Tony Barta - Aboriginal History 2001 VOL 25
The Holocaust, the Aborigines, and the bureaucracy of destruction: an Australian dimension of genocide
by Paul R. Bartrop - Journal of Genocide Research (2001), 3(1), 75-87
Sorry, and not sorry, in Australia: how the apology to the stolen generations buried a history of genocide
by Tony Barta - Journal of Genocide Research,10:2,201-214
Stolen Children, Invisible Mothers and Unspeakable Stories: The Experiences of Non-Aboriginal Adoptive and Foster Mothers of Aboriginal Children
by Denise Cuthbert - Social Semiotics, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2001
Camp of Mercy: An Historical & Biographical Record of the Warangesda Aboriginal Mission/Station Darlington Point NSW
by Beverley (Gulumbali) and Don Elphick
OFFICE OF THE QLD STATE CORONER - FINDING OF INQUEST - Inquest into the death of Mulrunji 14 May 2010
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy: 28 years After it was Established - Interview with Isobell Coe
Indigeous Law Bulletin July/August 2000 Special Issue: Indigenous Perspectives on Law & Rights
Collapsing Australian Architecture: the Aboriginal Tent Embassy
by Gregory Cowan - Fresh Cuts: New Talents 2001
Mapping Australian Postcolonial Landscapes: From Resistance to Reconciliation?
by Mark Harris - Law Text Culture Vol 7 2003
Cannibalism: A white colonist myth?
by Geoffrey Partington - Quadrant May 2000
Radical Hope, or Death by a Thousand Cuts? : The Future for Indigenous Australians
by Michael O'Loughlin - ARENA no. 29/30, 2008
"HANGIN' OUT" AND "YARNIN'" : REFLECTING ON THE EXPERIENCE OF COLLECTING ORAL HISTORIES
by Lorina Barker - History Australia. Vol 5. Number 1. 2008
Moving the Genocide Debate Beyond the History Wars·
by A. Dirk Moses - Australian Journal ofPolitics and History: Volume 54, Number 2,2008, pp. 248-270.
Theft in the name of science
by Paul Turnbull - Griffith REVIEW
A Dark History: Thoughts on Australia
by John Martin - Arena august-september 2008
Australia Day at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy
by Felicia Fletcher and John leonard - Meanjin 1 / 1999
Australia -whose land?
The Second Annual John Saunders Lecture - Presented by Dr Peter Adam Principal, Ridley College, Melbourne 10 August 2009
The Abacus of History
by Tony Birch - Australian Book Review October 2003
Identity - The echoes sound on ghetto walls
by H. C. Coombs- Sydney George Judah Cohen Lecture: Sydney University 1972
Instructions to Captain Cook
by By the Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain 30th of July 1768
The Aborigines and the Rocket Range
Donald Thompson, 1947
FCAATSI President's Annual Report - Easter Conference 1968
by Joe McGuinness, President FCAATSI
The Price on Our Guilt
Editorial, The Australian 26th January 1972
The Aboriginal Embassy: Its Purpose and Aims
by John Newfong - Identity July 1972
Yolngu Statement in the Gupapunyngu Language, presented in Canberra to William McMahon, Prime Minister, 6 May 1971
FORGOTTEN REBELS: Black Australians Who Fought Back
by David Lowe January 1994
A New Deal? Indigenous developmentand the politics of recovery
by Marcia Langton - Dr Charles Perkins AO Memorial Oration delivered at The University of Sydney - 4 October 2002
Trapped in the Aboriginal reality show
by Marcia Langton - Griffith REVIEW Edition 19: 2007 Re-imagining Australia
The resource curse
by Marcia Langton - Griffith REVIEW Edition 28: 2010 Still the Lucky Country?
Moving Blackwards: Black Power and the Aboriginal Embassy
by Kathy Lothian - Transgressions
Obituary for Mick Miller 1998
by Gordon briscoe
Who’s Afraid of the Dark? : Australia’s Administration in Aboriginal Affairs
by Lyndon Murphy - Thesis for Master of Public Administration. UQ June 2000
Statement of Philosophy and History of National Aboriginal and Islander Health Organisation (NAIHO)
by The NAIHO Collective
Problematising Aboriginal Nationalism
by Julia Martinez - Aboriginal History 1997 Vol 21
The anti-apartheid movements in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand
by Peter Limb - The Road to Democracy in South Africa, Volume 3, Unisa Press, South Africa Tsehai Publishers, New York
Obituary: Oodgeroo of the Tribe Noonuccal
by John CoIlins - Aboriginal History 1994 18:1
Pauline Hanson Maiden Speech to Parliament Tuesday, 10th September 1996.
by Pauline Hanson
Instructions to Governor Arthur Phillip 25th day of April 1787.
Black and Red: The Pilbara Pastoral Workers Strike 1946
by Michael Hess - Aboriginal History 1994 18:1
Easter 1970 and the Origins of the National Tribal Council: Apersonal View
by A. Barrie Pittock 1970
Occasional Paper: Law and Justice Issues, Indigenous Australians 1994
by Australian Institute of Criminology
Inconvenient Facts: Denigrating Aboriginal outstations as 'cultural museums' ignores the facts,
by Jon Altman - arena magazine 82 april-may 2006
Mapping Australian Postcolonial Landscapes: From Resistance to Reconciliation?
by Mark Harris - Law Text Culture Vol 7 2003
Bitumen Films in Postcolonial Australia
by Fiona Probyn-Rapsey
Who is Bennelong - Looking into the Benelong Society
by Eve Vincent - arena Magazine 89 june-july 2007
Moving the Genocide Debate Beyond the History Wars·
by A. Dirk Moses
Intervention Queensland-style
by Margaret Wehham arena magazine 95 june-july 2008
The Last Man: The mutilation ofWilliam Lanne in 1869 and its aftermath
by Stefan Petrow - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 1997 VOL 21
Colleen Shirley Smith, MBE, AM, 1928-98 Obituary for "Mum Shirl"
by Gordon Briscoe - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 1997 VOL 21
Kwementyaye Perrurle Perkins: a personal memoir
by Gordon Briscoe - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2000 VOL 24
'The Sydney school] seem[s] to view the Aborigines as forever unchanging': southeastern Australia and Australian anthropology
by Geoffrey Gray - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2000 VOL 24
Stolen Generations testimony: trauma, historiography, and the question of 'truth'
by Rosanne Kennedy - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2001 VOl25
The McLean Report: legitimising Victoria's new assimilationism
by Corinne Manning - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2002 VOL 26
The extinction of rigour: a comment on 'The extinction of the Australian Pygmies' by Keith Windschuttle and Tim Gillin
by Michael Westaway and Peter Hiscock - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2005 VOL 29
'In the interests of our people': the influence of Garveyism on the rise of Australian Aboriginal political activism
by John Maynard - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2005 VOL 29
Alcheringa: Invisible Aborigines on TV
by Chris Healy - Australian Television History: ACH 26 2007
The Abacus of History
by Tony Birch - AUSTRALIAN BOOK REVIEW OCTOBER 2003
Creating a legal identity: Aboriginal people and the assimilation census
by Heather Douglas and John Chesterman - Journal of Australian Studies Vol. 32, No.3, September 2008,
Imagine the Future by Learning from the Past
Speech by Chris Sarra to 2005 Communities in Control conference 2005
Whitening race: a critical engagement
by Gillian Cowlishaw at a Forum on Whiteness at Gleebooks, 3 August 2005.
'Noble and Savages' on the Television
by Frances Peters-Little - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2003 VOL 27
The Student Bus Interviews with 1965 Freedom Riders
Outlook Vol 9 No 2 April 1965
'Lovable Natives' and 'Tribal Sisters': Feminism, Maternalism, and the campaign for citizenship in NSW in the late 1930s
by Victoria Haskins, HECTATE 1998
Editorial: After the Intervention
by John Hinkson - ARENA journal no. 29/30, 2008
The Impact of Whiteness on the 1991-2000 Australian Reconciliation Process
by Andrew Gunstone - Paper presented at the ‘Historicising Whiteness Conference’, University of Melbourne, 22-24 November, 2006
Seeking Racial Justice sample chapter 1. Personal and political awakenings, 1938-57
by Jack Horner
White Privilege and the Fiction of Colour Blindness: Implications for Best Practice Standards for Aboriginal Victims of Family Violence
by Victoria Hovane
The Health and Welfare of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples 2008
by Brian Pink, Australian Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics, and Penny Allbon, Director Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Aboriginal Affairs: Monologue or Dialogue?
by Vanessa Castejon 2003
Reconciliation: What does it mean?
BY Gary Johns and Ron Brunton - Institute of Public Affairs, November 1999, Vol. 11
Kevin Gilbert and 'Living Black'
by Pauline McMillan
Unwitting soldiers: the working life of Matron Hiscocks at the Cootamundra Girls Home
by Anna Cole - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2003 VOL 27
Telling it our Way: Koori History in NSW
by Fabri Blacklock - ACH: Australian Cultural History No 23 2003
Riots, Policing and Social Disadvantage: Learning from the Riots in Macquarie Fields and Redfern
by Don Weatherburn - CURRENT ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE VOLUME 18 NUMBER 1 JULY 2006
'Their Ultimate Absorption': Assimilation in 1930s Australia
by John Chesterman and Heather Douglas - Colonial Post: Journal of Australian Studies no 81 2004
Windschuttle’s Fabrication of Aboriginal History : a View from the Other Side
by Vicki Grieves - Labour History Number 85 November 2003
The Right Book for the Right Time?
by Lyndall Ryan - Labour History Number 85 November 2003
‘Many deeds of terror’: Windschuttle and Musquito
by Naomi Parry - Labour History Number 85 November 2003
Reviewing the History Wars
by Stuart Macintyre - Labour History Number 85 November 2003
Keith Windschuttle and Aboriginal History
by R. J. Stove - National Oberver Autum 2003
Aboriginal Health in Australia: Some Historical Observations and Contemporary Issues
by Naomi Mayers - New Doctor 77, Winter 2002
Dispossessed, Dispirited and Diseased: Aboriginal Health and Why Racists Can’t Fix It
by Andrew Gunn - New Doctor 85, May 2007
Personal Stories: Indigenous Activism, Black Power
by Sam Watson - Queensland Review Vol 14 No 1 2007
Personal Stories: Indigenous Activism, Black Power
by Les Collins - Queensland Review Vol 14 No 1 2007
Reporting Back: The Northern Territory Intervention One Year On
by Jeff McMullen - Aboriginal & Islander Health Worker Journal September October 2008 , VOL 32 Number 5
The Changing Politics of Miscegenation
by Mitchell Rolls - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2005 VOL 29
Imperial Critics: Moravian Missionaries in the British Colonial World
by Felicity Jensz 'Imperial Critics: Moravian Missionaries in the British Colonial World' in Evangelists of Empire?: Missionaries in Colonial History, ed. Amanda Barry, Joanna Cruickshank, Andrew Brown-May and Patricia Grimshaw [online] Melbourne: University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2008.
The Fabrication of Aboriginal History
Address by Keith Windschuttle to the Sydney Institute on Tuesday 11 February 2003
The History Wars: debate between Stuart Macintyre and Janet Albrechtsen
The Sydney Papers Winter/Spring 2003
Namatjira and the Burden of Citizenship
by Julie T. Wells and Michael Christie - Austrlain Historical Studies 114 2000
Breaking the Silence That Silences: A Time of Challenge and Change in Aboriginal / Police Relations, the 1960s and 1970s
by Damian Lucas - Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 7 No 1 July 1995
How race became everything: Australia and polygenism
by Kay Anderson and Colin Perrin - Ethnic and Racial Studies Vol. 31 No. 5 July 2008 pp. 962-990
Tilting at doctrine in a changing world: the three editions of Henry Reynolds' The Law of the Land
by David Ritter - Journal of Australian Studies Vol. 32, No.3, September 2008
Mortality and morbidity in prisoners after release from prison in Western Australia 1995 - 2003
by Michael Hobbs, Kati Krazlan, Steve Ridout, Qun Mai, Matthew Knuiman, Ralph Chapman - Research and Public Policy Series No. 71 2006
The 1967 Referendum and All That: Narrative, Myth, Aborigines and Australia
by - Bain Attwod and Andrew Markus - Australian Historical Studies, 111, 1998
Savagery and Urbanity: Struggles over Aboriginal Housing, Redfern, 1970 - 73
by Kay Anderson - In: Read, Peter (Editor). Settlement: A History of Australian Indigenous Housing. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 2000
Australian Diplomacy in a Policy Vacuum: Government and Aboriginal Affairs, 1961-62
by Susan Taffe - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 1995 19:2
An Essay in Disappointment: the Aboriginal - Jewish Relationship
by Colin Tatz - ABORIGINAL HISTORY 2004 Vol 28
‘Never forgotten’: Pearl Gibbs (Gambanyi)
by Stephanie Gilbert - in Uncommon ground: white women in Aboriginal historyAnna Cole, Victoria Haskins and Fiona Paisley (eds) 2005
Robert Manne, The Apology and Genocide
by Patrick Wolfe - Arena Magazine 94 April - May 2008
STATE OF THE WORLD’S INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
by United nations Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 2009
Rob Riley, a life lived in the cause of liberation
A book review by Barry Healy Green Left Weekly, June 7, 2006.
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