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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... no. 5 2014 of Humanities Australia est. 2010 Humanities Australia
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* Contents derived from the 2014 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
I Have Taken to Dancingi"I have taken to dancing on gradual evenings", Thom Van Dooren , single work poetry (p. 7)
Life at the Edge of Extinction : Spectral Crows, Haunted Landscapes and the Environmental Humanities, Thom Van Dooren , single work prose (p. 8-20)
Fever in the Archive, Anna Haebich , single work criticism

Anna Haebich investigates how the West Australian Department of Indigenous Affairs archives (1898-1972) have been utilised by Indigenous writers/researchers.

(p. 23-35)
A Whisper in Stone, Kim Scott , single work essay

Discusses problems experienced by Aboriginal Australians who have been imprisoned.

(p. 36-39)
Creators or Destroyers : The Burning Questions of Human Impact in Ancient Aboriginal Australia, Peter Hiscock , single work criticism (p. 40-52)
Fifty Years of Australian Literary Studies, Philip Mead , single work criticism (p. 89-93)
Snapshoti"Postcards, maps, snapshots pasted haphazardly", Ian Templeman , single work poetry (p. 95)
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