Strange Relatives: Mutualities and Dependencies Between Aborigines and Pastoralists in the Northern Kimberley
In the northern Kimberley (WA) Aborigines and Europeans living and working on pastoral leases have improvised means of staving off, incorporating and generally managing the other's demands on their psychophysical resources. Local racial politics configure a hierarchised social field around a few central figures: founding European lease-holders and their male children by non-local, mixed-descent Aboriginal women, mixed descent head-stock-men born of a European leaseholder and a local Aboriginal...[Show more]
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