History and the landscape in Central Australia : a study of the material evidence of European culture and settlement
While my book focuses on the story of white settlement in Central Australia, this can not be understood without almost constant awareness of the first inhabitants, the Aborigines. It is here that anthropological research is so vital in clarifying the differences between Aboriginal and European concepts of the land… ¶ In 1983 Tim Rowse concluded in his article ‘Liberalising the Frontier’ the Central Australia was part of Australia’s least successful colonised political unit, the Northern...[Show more]
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