Indigenous peoples and reshaping Australian institutions: Two perspectives
Noel Pearson's 'An Optimist's Vision' sees becoming a Republic as a major opportunity for Australia to move away from its colonial, mono-cultural past. The paper conceives of three population movements in Australian history which raise issues for this process: the original Indigenous occupation; the colonial occupation; and the new post-war movement of immigrants to Australia from diverse backgrounds. The paper examines these movements in relation to the past, the present and the future. The...[Show more]
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