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Through the struggles of Indigenous Australians for recognition and self-determination, it has become common sense to understand Australia as made up of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and things. But in what ways is the Indigenous/non-Indigenous distinction being used and understood? The editors introduce this innovative collection of essays with a path-finding argument that 'Indigenous cultural capital' now challenges all Australians to re-position themselves within a revised scale of values. Each chapter looks at one of five fields of Australian cultural production: sport, television, heritage, visual arts and music, revealing that in each the Indigenous/non-Indigenous distinction has effects that are specific.
Edited by: Lawrence Bamblett, Fred Myers and Tim Rowse
Dimensions: 140mm x 216mm
Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
Publication date: July 2019