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Aboriginal Studies Press

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  • Thinking Blackby Bain Attwood; Andrew Markus; Alfred Turner

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2004; US$ 24.99

    Telling the story of Cooper and the Australian Aborigines? League and their campaign for Aboriginal people?s rights, this account—told through petitions to government, letters to other campaigners and organizations, and entreaties to friends and well-wishers—reveals their passionate struggle against dispossession and displacement, the denial of rights,... more...

  • Unwritten Historiesby Craig Cormick

    Aboriginal Studies Press 1998; US$ 17.95

    Witty and satirical, this account of Australia's heroic past rediscovers the contributions of Indigenous Australians that have since remained unrecorded and unacknowledged. Drawing on original records of the time, it moves the spotlight away from its traditional focus to illuminate those whom history had forgotten. more...

  • Dhuuluu-Yala: To Talk Straightby Anita Heiss

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2003; US$ 24.99

    This overview about publishing Indigenous literature in Australia from the mid-1990s to 2000 includes broader issues that writers need to consider such as engaging with readers and reviewers. Although changes have been made since 2000, the issues identified in this book remain current and to a large extent unresolved. more...

  • Being Blackby Ian Keen; Marie Reay

    Aboriginal Studies Press 1991; US$ 26.95

    Bringing together the results of research by anthropologists on the social life of people formerly labeled “part-Aborigines? or “urban Aborigines,? this volume discusses issues including the bases of identity, the ties of family, the structure of community, ways of speaking, beliefs and feelings about the country, and attitudes toward history. more...

  • Unfinished Constitutional Business?by Barbara Hocking

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2005; US$ 28.95

    Championing the recognized right of all peoples to freely determine their political status and pursue their economic, social, and cultural development, this study offers fresh insights into the ways communities can chart their own course and realize self-determination. more...

  • Kurlumarninyby Monty (Minyjun) Hale

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2012; US$ 31.99

    Written in his own native tongue as well as in English, this is the autobiography of Monty Hale, a senior Ngulipartu man from the Pilbara region of Western Australia. A remarkable account of an indigenous life, this narrative chronicles Hale?s migration from the desert to the station country of the eastern Pilbara, his childhood growing up on Mt.... more...

  • Kamilaroi and Kurnaiby Lorimer Fison

    Aboriginal Studies Press 1991; US$ 20.99

    A landmark in Australian anthropology when it first appeared in 1880, this is the first major analysis of Aboriginal social structure, adopting a model today termed "social Darwinist." While this theory is now rejected, it exerted tremendous influence on European attitudes for decades. more...

  • Auntie Ritaby Jackie Huggins; Rita Huggins; Lillian Holt

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2005; US$ 16.95

    Exploring the memories of the author?s mother Rita and their conversations, this book explores their intimacy, their similarities, and their differences, presenting two distinct voices—two views—on a shared life. more...

  • Heavy Metalby Maggie Brady

    Aboriginal Studies Press 1992; US$ 17.95

    An attempt to go beyond current explanations of Aboriginal drug abuse, which stereotype these people as "victims," this examination focuses on understanding the users' subjective decisions to engage in this behavior. Providing an overview of the use of drugs among Aboriginal people and surveying the extant international literature, this book provides... more...

  • Tables of Composition of Australian Aboriginal Foodsby Janette Brand Miller; Stewart Truswell

    Aboriginal Studies Press 1993; US$ 28.95

    The first comprehensive set of tables of composition of Australian indigenous foods—compiled with the help of the original Aboriginal users and Bush Tucker Man 's Major Les Hiddens—this book's data was drawn from more than 1,200 samples representing about 500 different bush foods. It includes figures for content of dietary fiber, thiamine, riboflavin,... more...