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'With its focus on Australia, Whitening Race enagages with relations between migration, Indigenous dispossession and whiteness. It creates a new intellectual space that investigates the nature of racialised conditions and their role in reproducing colonising relations in Australia.' Back cover of Whitening Race (2004)

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  • Contents indexed selectively.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: Aboriginal Studies Press , 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Reconciliation in and out of Perspective: White Knowing, Seeing, Curating and Being at Home in and against Indigenous Sovereignty, Fiona Jean Nicoll , 2004 single work criticism (p. 17-31)
Note: Chapter 2
'A Lovely Land ... by Shadows Dark Untainted'? : Whiteness and Early Queensland Women's Writing, Belinda McKay , 2004 single work criticism
'This chapter looks at the formative but largely forgotten years of white women's writing, from the establishment of the colony of Queensland in 1859 until 1937, the year in which the assimilation policy was adopted across Australia.' Whitening Race (2004) p. 148
(p. 148-163)
Note: Chapter 11

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Works about this Work

Anti-Nativism in Australian Indigenous Literature Teresa Podemska-Abt , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Kultura Historia Globalizacja , no. 7 2010; (p. 53-64)
'What in today's literary discourse are the reality and the world created by the words: nativism, nativity, the native, native? Why do we still speak and communicate with them and use them in different contexts, even though we know that these words often carry a negative emotional meaning load, taking us to spaces, times, and experiences of colonial suffering, despite their basis in academic arguments. In Australia such issues have been addressed by many Indigenous writers, amongst them — M. Langton, A. Moreton- Robinson, Mudrooroo, C. Watego, T. Birch, F. Bayet — Charlton, to name just a few.' (Author's introduction)
Untitled Neil Harrison , 2006 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education , vol. 35 no. 2006; (p. 114-116)

— Review of Whitening Race : Essays in Social and Cultural Criticism 2004 single work criticism
Untitled Neil Harrison , 2006 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education , vol. 35 no. 2006; (p. 114-116)

— Review of Whitening Race : Essays in Social and Cultural Criticism 2004 single work criticism
Anti-Nativism in Australian Indigenous Literature Teresa Podemska-Abt , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Kultura Historia Globalizacja , no. 7 2010; (p. 53-64)
'What in today's literary discourse are the reality and the world created by the words: nativism, nativity, the native, native? Why do we still speak and communicate with them and use them in different contexts, even though we know that these words often carry a negative emotional meaning load, taking us to spaces, times, and experiences of colonial suffering, despite their basis in academic arguments. In Australia such issues have been addressed by many Indigenous writers, amongst them — M. Langton, A. Moreton- Robinson, Mudrooroo, C. Watego, T. Birch, F. Bayet — Charlton, to name just a few.' (Author's introduction)
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