Indigeneity and the intercultural city
The historical erasure of Aboriginality from the settler city has now been well documented by Australian postcolonial scholarship. The increasing cultural diversity of cities such as Sydney, however, pushes Aboriginal claims to place beyond the now familiar settler/Aboriginal dichotomy and into a more culturally complex context. Through an empirical case study of Aboriginal participation in urban planning on Sydney's western fringe this article examines Aboriginal place in the intercultural...[Show more]
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