| Different Inequality
198(Ht mm) 128(Wdt mm) 224 Great beauty is juxtaposed with seemingly endless grief in remote Aboriginal Australia. Communities which produce magnificent art and maintain ancient ways also face extremes of social stress. Why does our society seem
| Discovering Aboriginal Plant Use
100 colour plates 184 The career of a museum-based anthropologist is diverse, involving the curation of artefact collections, organising exhibits, answering inquiries, and conducting fieldwork. Philip A Clarke started work at the South Australia
|Clarke, Philip A.
| Last of the Nomads
216 x 148mm. 196 pages.
| People on Country
272 Over the past four decades Aboriginal people living in remote and regional Australia have been empowered by land rights and native title laws to claim back large tracts of their ancestral lands. Today the Indigenous estate covers over 20 per
|Altman, Jon C., Kerins, Sean P.
1 246 Every year for over a decade Goldenberg, a white middle-aged doctor, has spent numerous periods working as a relieving doctor for Aboriginal communities in remote places. On these visits he has observed and recorded Aboriginal Australians
| Voices of the First Day
80ill. 428 Almost totally annihilated by a systematic genocide and the theft of their homelands, the Australian Aborigines met Western colonialism with a culture that had flourished in continuous harmony with the earth for more than 100,000 year