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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Indigenous Victorians : Repressed, Resourceful and Respected.
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'Indigenous Victorians: Repressed, resourceful and respected is the 85th edition of the La Trobe Journal and was launched to coincide with the lead up to National Reconciliation Week, 2010. This special edition draws from the collections of the State Library of Victoria and various collections from around Australia to make a significant contribution to the understanding of the lives and aspirations of the Indigenous people of Victoria and their interface with colonial Australians from first contact to the present.'  (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Aboriginal Studies no. 2 2011 Z1835741 2011 periodical issue

    'This non-thematic edition of Australian Aboriginal Studies contains papers covering a range of topics, including analysis of discourse and representation in sport writing; the relationship between journalism and policy making; water values and resource development in the Pilbara; the development of an Indigenous Land Use Agreement at Bidyadanga in the Kimberley; examination of a nineteenth century map of Gunditjmara eel traps; and the history of the New South Wales Aboriginal Lands Trust. This edition’s research report describes the experience and impact of Indigenous involvement in the Master of Applied Epidemiology program at The Australian National University.'  (Editorial introduction)

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