An unequal coexistence: From 'station blacks' to 'Aboriginal custodians' in the Victoria River District of Northern Australia
The thesis addresses the broader theme of coexistence between black and white Australians through an extended case study of the mediation of overlapping Aboriginal ‘heritage’ interests in land with the interests of non-Indigenous landowners and land managers in the Victoria River District of the Northern Territory (the ‘VRD’). The thesis shows that while an historical perspective reveals marked changes in many of the outward manifestations of intercultural relations (for example, changes in...[Show more]
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