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'Inez Baranay's Neem Dreams breaks new ground in its attempt to capture the spirit of India through one of its sacred objects-the neem tree. Opening as it does with an emphatic statement that 'it is a free tree' it goes on to question if it is still a free tree? The rest of the book attempts to explore this question in relation to four characters each of whom is connected in one way or the other with this 'miracle tree'.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Crossings : Bulletin of the International Australian Studies Association vol. 8 no. 3 2003 Z1097096 2003 periodical issue 'In this issue of Crossings (Volume 8, no. 3), in place of the postgraduate work-in-progress essays which have featured in the final issues of recent years, we publish a number of essays recently presented at a three-day 'masterclass' held in Brisbane and sponsored by the Australian Studies Centre at the University of Queensland. The subject of the masterclass was Territorial Techniques and presentations ranged across a broad cross-disciplinary range of topics in the area of spatial histories. Session leaders were Libby Robin, Tony Birch and Ross Gibson. More than 20 graduate students and younger researchers attended.' (David Carter introduction) 2003
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