Re-imagining identities: Aboriginal people living on Darug and Gundungurra lands
This thesis examines the role of place, memories and experience in the construction of identity for Aboriginal people living on Darug and Gundangurra Lands ( referred to as ‘Storytellers’ in the text). Through my analysis, I show how the Storytellers embodied their identities and connection to place. My thesis moves beyond the dominant theory that Aboriginal identity is founded on a physical ‘connection to place’. To explore the Aboriginal identities of my...[Show more]
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