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  • Undauntedby John Wright

    The History Press 2012; US$ 7.28

    Undaunted is a collection of true stories about Irish men and women who travelled to Australia in search of a better life and battled against the odds in a remote and harsh world. From 1788 when the first convict ships landed to the mid-20th century, these true stories about settlers, convicts and their descendants highlight the best and worst of... more...

  • Muslims In Australiaby Nahid Kabir

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 180.00

    Muslims in Australia  investigates the basis of Australian society's fear of Muslims by tracing their history since the Afghan settlement in 1860. The author investigates how events such as September 11 and Bali terrorist attacks reinforce suspicion and fear, giving an insight into what it means to be a Muslim in contemporary Australia, and how the... more...

  • The Aboriginal Tent Embassyby Gary Foley; Andrew Schaap; Edwina Howell

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 140.00

    The 1972 Aboriginal Embassy was one of the most significant indigenous political demonstrations of the twentieth century. What began as a simple response to a Prime Ministerial statement on Australia Day 1972, evolved into a six-month political stand-off between radical Aboriginal activists and a conservative Australian government. The dramatic scenes... more...

  • First Australians Unillustratedby James Boyce; Marcia Langton; Perkins and Langton; Rachel Perkins; Wayne Atkinson

    Melbourne University Press 2010; US$ 13.99

    This book is the dramatic story of the collision of two worlds that created contemporary Australia. Told from the perspective of Australia's first people, it vividly brings to life the events that unfolded when the oldest living culture in the world was overrun by the world's greatest empire.Seven of Australia's leading historians reveal the true... more...

  • Stilwaterby Rafael de Grenade

    Milkweed Editions 2014; US$ 16.00

    Rafael de Grenade was twelve years old when she quit school and soon began to work on a rough-country mountain ranch in Arizona. There she learned how to sleep out when there was no fast way home; how to track her way by familiar spires and rivers; how to survive off the water that seeped from moss hidden in the valleys. But when she read about cattlemen... more...

  • Trauma Trails, Recreating Song Linesby Atkinson Judy

    Spinifex Press 2002; US$ 19.95

    Providing a startling answer to the questions of how to solve the problems of generational trauma, Trauma Trails moves beyond the rhetoric of victimhood, and provides inspiration for anyone concerned about Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communities today. Judy Atkinson sensitively deals with trauma caused by abuse, alcoholism, and drug dependency. more...

  • Listen To Ngarrindjeri Women Speakingby Bell Diane

    Spinifex Press 2008; US$ 24.95

    They ask that you kungun [listen] to their yunnan [speaking]. When the Ngarrindjeri women of South Australia asked Diane Bell if she would work with them in the running of some workshops to develop a booklet about culture and governance, none of them realised quite where it would take them. more...

  • Calling the Shotsby Jane Lydon

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2014; US$ 31.95

    Historically, photographs of Indigenous Australians were produced in unequal and exploitative circumstances. Today, however, such images represent a rich cultural heritage for descendants, who see them in distinctive and positive ways. Calling the shots brings together researchers who are using this rich archive to explore Aboriginal... more...

  • Trapped in the Gapby Emma Kowal

    Berghahn Books 2015; US$ 24.95

    In Australia, a 'tribe' of white, middle-class, progressive professionals is actively working to improve the lives of Indigenous people. This book explores what happens when well-meaning people, supported by the state, attempt to help without harming. 'White anti-racists' find themselves trapped by endless ambiguities, contradictions, and double... more...

  • Kayang & Meby Kim Scott; Hazel Brown

    Fremantle Press 2013; US$ 12.99

    Hazel Brown is a registered native title claimant, a former rural laborer, and a former member of Western Australia?s first metropolitan Commission of Elders. Kim Scott is the award-winning author of Benang: From the Heart , The Deadman Dance , The Dredgersaurus , and True Country . He is the recipient of two Miles Franklin Awards. more...