Reviewing Race in the Digital Literary Sphere: A Case Study of Anita Heiss' Am I Black Enough for You?
With head turned down and eyes raised in scepticism, Anita Heiss issues an unmistakeable challenge from the cover of her 2012 memoir: Am I Black Enough for You?. The reader, in turn, is drawn into the ugly cultural and racial politics that characterise life for many Aboriginal Australians. Awarded the 2012 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Indigenous Writing and nominated for the 2012 Human Rights Award for Literature, Heiss’ memoir has its genesis in the 2011 court case Eatock vs. Bolt....[Show more]
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