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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 [Review Essay] Transgressions : Critical Australian Indigenous Histories
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'Transgressions: Critical Australian Indigenous histories is a diverse and innovative collection of readings by early career researchers. Essentially the collection examines complex interactions between Australian Indigenous people and their colonisers. The collection had its origins in 2003 when a doctoral student from the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research at the Australian National University invited a group of scholars to meet in Canberra. Their studies were focused across various parts of Australia and on different time periods but common to all those involved was an interest in developing critical re-assessments of Australian colonial and anti-colonial histories.'  (Introduction)

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