The appropriation of an Aboriginal landscape in northern New South Wales
The attachment of Australian Aboriginal people to land has not only been amply documented by anthropologists since the late 19th century, it is also one of their own enduring tropes of differentiation from non-Aboriginal and "official" Australian state society. In the face of widespread and concerted alteration of the pre-settlement landscape engendered by industrial and commercial development, Aboriginal people seek to reclaim or reappropriate remnants of a pristine environment untransformed...[Show more]
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