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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Bad Aboriginal Writing : Editing, Aboriginality, Textuality
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"They Seemed Unbearably Foolish and Fragile" : Apple Trees, Intimacy and the Strangeness of Possession Lisa Slater , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Halfway House : The Poetics of Australian Spaces 2010; (p. 276-292)
'Whiteness' and 'Aboriginality' in Canada and Australia Lynette Russell , Margery Fee , 2007 single work criticism
— Appears in: Feminist Theory , August vol. 8 no. 2 2007; (p. 187-208)
'We ... begin our conversation with each other and with you by examining our personal relationship to the idea of whiteness in order to reveal some of its complexity in Canada and Australia. 'Whiteness' as an abstraction has proved useful in moving the invisible norm to visibility, but we show who an awareness of 'whiteness' in two locations can be recuperated to re-privilege the already privileged. Aboriginal speakers and writers that theorized 'whiteness', in many cases from outside the academy, in the process 'hybridizing' traditional genres. For many of them, Aboriginality, like whiteness, is a construct that often stands in the way of thinking clearly about where to go next in the fight against racism' (187).
'Whiteness' and 'Aboriginality' in Canada and Australia Lynette Russell , Margery Fee , 2007 single work criticism
— Appears in: Feminist Theory , August vol. 8 no. 2 2007; (p. 187-208)
'We ... begin our conversation with each other and with you by examining our personal relationship to the idea of whiteness in order to reveal some of its complexity in Canada and Australia. 'Whiteness' as an abstraction has proved useful in moving the invisible norm to visibility, but we show who an awareness of 'whiteness' in two locations can be recuperated to re-privilege the already privileged. Aboriginal speakers and writers that theorized 'whiteness', in many cases from outside the academy, in the process 'hybridizing' traditional genres. For many of them, Aboriginality, like whiteness, is a construct that often stands in the way of thinking clearly about where to go next in the fight against racism' (187).
"They Seemed Unbearably Foolish and Fragile" : Apple Trees, Intimacy and the Strangeness of Possession Lisa Slater , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Halfway House : The Poetics of Australian Spaces 2010; (p. 276-292)
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