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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 [Review] Jackie Huggins
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    y separately published work icon Queensland Review vol. 6 no. 1 May 1999 Z1095043 1999 periodical issue 'Queensland Review enters its sixth year with a special issue focussing [sic] on race. While the rise of Pauline Hanson and One Nation appear to confirm Queensland's reputation as the racially divided 'Deep North' of Australia, it is from Queensland that the most far-reaching challenges to white Australia's complacent sense of itself as the product of settlement rather than invasion have come, through national debates sparked by the Mabo and Wik decisions. As part of its commitment to Reconciliation and to the dissemination of research on anti-racist theory and practice, the Queensland Studies Centre last year held a conference entitled 'Unmasking Whiteness: Race Relations and Reconciliation'. The conference provided the first national forum for whiteness research in Australia, and this issue of Queensland Review brings together a collection of articles based on papers delivered at that conference.' (Extract)  1999 pg. 85
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