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Issue Details: First known date: 1993... 1993 Art and Identity
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  • Epigraph: 'If you are going to get shot, get paid for it.'
  • This chapter bears some similarities to Rowse's article 'The Aboriginal Subject in Autobiography: Ruby Langford's "Don't Take Your Love to Town"'

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    y separately published work icon After Mabo : Interpreting Indigenous Traditions Tim Rowse , Carlton : Melbourne University Press , 1993 Z1804231 1993 multi chapter work criticism

    'In After Mabo, Tim Rowse draws on such disciplines as history, political science, anthropology, cultural studies, ecology and archaelogy to introduce some dominant critiques of non-Aboriginal ways of perceiving Aboriginality, focusing on the moral and legal traditions of settlers and indigenous peoples, their different attitudes towards the environment, the institutional heritage of ‘Aboriginal welfare’, tensions between indigenous cultures and indigenous politics, and the representation of Aboriginal identities by indigenous writers.' (Publishers website)

    Carlton : Melbourne University Press , 1993
    pg. 83-103
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