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A collection of conversations and essays by Elders, Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars addresses a range of contemporary issues including the politics of space sharing derived from a colonial history of non-sharing, the relationship between the stories Australians tell themselves about their place as a nation. (Libraries Australia)

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Notes

  • This work is divided into three Parts:

    • Touchstone: Skerrick Scenes
    • Part One - Stories
    • Touchstone: Hijacking the Australian Conscience
    • Part Two - Country
    • Touchstone: Indigenous Self-Determination: Rethinking the Relationship of Rights and Economic Development
    • Part Three - Rights
    • Touchstone: Self-Determination: Actualising the Space

  • Dedication: To our families, colleagues and communities.
  • Epigraph: Ngaityo Yungandalya, ngaityo yakkanandalya Padniadlu wadu - My Brothers and Sisters, let's walk together in harmony. Kauwanu Lewis Warritya O'Brien, Kaurna Elder
  • Contents indexed selectively.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Perth, Western Australia,:API Network ,Curtin University of Technology. Australia Research Institute , 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Sharing Space: An Indigenous Approach, Lester-Irabinna Rigney (interviewer), Lewis O'Brien (interviewer), single work interview (p. 24-31)
Between the Folds (of Paper): Stories, Knowledge, Voices, Ali Gumyilla Baker , single work prose (p. 32-33)
Spaces that 'Speak': Indigenous Life-Histories, Dreaming and Country, Linda Westphalen , single work criticism (p. 34-48)
Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: The Writings of David Unaipon, Mary-Anne Gale , single work criticism (p. 49-68)
Disrupting the Past: Magical Realism and Historical Revision in Australian Fiction, Kate Hall , single work criticism (p. 69-85)
Mapping Shared Space: Willmot and Astley, Lyn Jacobs , single work criticism (p. 86-99)
Making Places Out of Spaces: Reading the Spatial in Robyn Davidson's "Tracks", Clare Johnson , single work criticism (p. 100-112)
History Wars/Race Wars : The Stolen Generations, Contemporary Racism and the Question of Difference, Lorraine Johnson-Riordan , single work essay criticism
The author explores the historical discourse at the core of the saga of the Stolen Generations in this essay, which highlights a critical analysis of the Bringing Them Home report released in 1997.
(p. 113-136)
Wapar Munu Mantaku Nintiringanyi - Learning About the Dreaming and Land, Simone Tur (interviewer), Kunmanara Tur (interviewer), single work interview (p. 160-170)
Note: Includes a Glossary

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

[Review] Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights Dale Kerwin , 2007 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education , vol. 36 no. 2007; (p. 119-120)

— Review of Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights 2006 anthology criticism
[Review Essay] Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Store, Country and Rights. Marina Gold , 2007 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 1 2007; (p. 155-156)

— Review of Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights 2006 anthology criticism

'Sharing Spaces addresses, from a multidisciplinary perspective, the way in which Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Australia negotiate their social, local and intellectual spaces. The collection of papers is a product of the Sharing the Space Conference held on Kaurna land at Flinders University in South Australia in July 2002. The book reflects the collaborative expertise of indigenous and non-Indigenous people from fields ranging from history to cultural studies, visual arts to law, heritage management, literature, linguistics, education and Aboriginal studies. Such varied participation contributes to the general objective of the book, which attempts to make sense of the complex relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through time and across issues. This multiplicity of voices grants the book a unique character.'

Untitled Linn Miller , 2006 single work review
— Appears in: API Review of Books , July no. 44 2006;

— Review of Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights 2006 anthology criticism
Untitled Linn Miller , 2006 single work review
— Appears in: API Review of Books , July no. 44 2006;

— Review of Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights 2006 anthology criticism
[Review Essay] Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Store, Country and Rights. Marina Gold , 2007 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 1 2007; (p. 155-156)

— Review of Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights 2006 anthology criticism

'Sharing Spaces addresses, from a multidisciplinary perspective, the way in which Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Australia negotiate their social, local and intellectual spaces. The collection of papers is a product of the Sharing the Space Conference held on Kaurna land at Flinders University in South Australia in July 2002. The book reflects the collaborative expertise of indigenous and non-Indigenous people from fields ranging from history to cultural studies, visual arts to law, heritage management, literature, linguistics, education and Aboriginal studies. Such varied participation contributes to the general objective of the book, which attempts to make sense of the complex relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through time and across issues. This multiplicity of voices grants the book a unique character.'

[Review] Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights Dale Kerwin , 2007 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education , vol. 36 no. 2007; (p. 119-120)

— Review of Sharing Spaces : Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights 2006 anthology criticism
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