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yMeanjinBlak Times : Indigenous Australiavol.65no.1Peter Minter
'The resurgence of Indigenous culture and thought continues. Confident, smart and sensitive Aboriginal artists, writers and theorists create world-class work in every genre. Tough and autonomous critical milieux have developed, liberated from colonial and modern mythologies about Aboriginal culture and its relations to Western ways of thinking and seeing. Flourishing Indigenous arts and literary scenes have grown around a new generation of Aboriginal publishers, curators, writers, editors, film-makers, choreographers and savvy arts entrepreneurs...' (Minter, Peter, Listen Up, Meanjin Vol 65 No. 1 2006: 1-2)
yI'm Not Racist, But... : A Collection of Social ObservationsAnita Heiss,
Cambridge:Salt Publishing,2007Z13873442007selected work poetry (taught in 4 units)I'm Not Racist, but ... is a collection of social observations, thoughts and conversations that will challenge the reader to consider issues of imposed and real Aboriginal identity, the process of reconciliation and issues around saying 'sorry', notions of 'truth' and integrity, biculturalism and invisible whiteness, entrenched racism and political correctness.' Source: Publisher's blurb.Cambridge:Salt Publishing,2007
Alternative title:Disculpas First line of verse:"What do you want me to do with your apology?=¿Qué quieres que haga con tus disculpas?"
yEarth MirrorEspejo de TierraO'Malley:Chilean Embassy, Australia,2008Z15207012008anthology poetry
'The hardcover anthology Espejo de Tierra / Earth Mirror: An Anthology of Chilean Mapuche and Australian Aboriginal Poetry, showcases the work of five Mapuche and five Australia Indigenous poets in both English and Spanish translation, and the works of Chilean and Australian Indigenous visual artists.
With introductions by renowned Chilean poet Gonzalo Rojas and University of Sydney scholar and poet Peter Minter, this innovative publication highlights the similarities and links between two ancient and revered cultures.' Andrew Potter