Dichotomous identities? Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and the intercultural in Australia
The terms Indigenous and non-Indigenous are commonplace in Australia yet remain under-theorised as categories which differentiate identities. In this introductory article, we overview developments in the intercultural over the last decade, focusing on the ways in which identities of Indigenous and non-Indigenous, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, Black and White are relationally constructed. We also consider intersections between the intercultural and the Intervention, a major turning point in...[Show more]
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