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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Whiteness and Indigenous Sovereignty in Kim Scott’s 'That Deadman Dance'
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'This paper examines the intersubjectivity of Noongar and the white settlers in That Deadman Dance. It borrows from social contract theory to develop the idea of a cross-racial contract and discusses whiteness and indigenous sovereignty in this context.' Source: Anne Brewster.

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60-71 http://www.ub.edu/dpfilsa/jeasa22brewster7.pdf Whiteness and Indigenous Sovereignty in Kim Scott’s 'That Deadman Dance'small AustLit logo Journal of the European Association for Studies on Australia
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