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Aboriginal History Journal: Volume 42

Aboriginal History Monograph Series

2018

  • The Lives of Stories, Emma Dortins
  • Indigenous Mobilities, edited by Rachel Standfield
  • The Contest for Aboriginal Souls, Regina Ganter

2016

  • Brokers and Boundaries, edited by Tiffany Shellam, Maria Nugent, Shino Konishi and Allison Cadzow
  • In Defence of Country, Noah Riseman

2015

  • Indigenous Intermediaries, edited by Shino Konishi, Maria Nugent and Tiffany Shellam
  • Long History, Deep Time, edited by Ann McGrath and Mary Anne Jebb
  • Settler Governance in Nineteenth Century Victoria, edited by Leigh Boucher and Lynette Russell

2014

  • In the Eye of the Beholder: What Six Nineteenth Century Women Tell Us About Indigenous Authority and Identity, Barbara Dawson
  • Dharmalan Dana: An Australian Aboriginal man’s 73-year search for the story of his Aboriginal and Indian ancestors, George Nelson and Robynne Nelson
  • Indigenous and Minority Placenames: Australian and International Perspectives, edited by Ian D. Clark, Luise Hercus and Laura Kostanski

2013

  • Making Change Happen: Black and White Activists talk to Kevin Cook about Aboriginal, Union and Liberation Politics, Kevin Cook and Heather Goodall
  • Edward M. Curr and the Tide of History, Samuel Furphy

2012

  • Black Gold: Aboriginal People on the Goldfields of Victoria, 1850–1870, Fred Cahir
  • Country, Native Title and Ecology, edited by Jessica K. Weir

2011

  • In Good Faith? Governing Indigenous Australia through God, Charity and Empire, 1825–1855, Jessie Mitchell
  • ‘I Succeeded Once’ – The Aboriginal Protectorate on the Mornington Peninsula, 1839–1840, Marie Hansen Fels

2010

  • Passionate Histories: Myth, Memory and Indigenous Australia, edited by Frances Peters-Little, Ann Curthoys and John Docker
  • Racial Folly: A Twentieth-Century Aboriginal Family, Gordon Briscoe

2009

  • Aboriginal Placenames: Naming and Re-naming the Australian Landscape, edited by Harold Koch and Luise Hercus
  • The Two Rainbow Serpents Travelling: Mura Track Narratives from the ‘Corner Country’, Jeremy Beckett and Luise Hercus

2008

  • Indigenous Biography and Autobiography, edited by Peter Read, Frances Peters-Little and Anna Haebich
  • Transgressions: Critical Australian Indigenous Histories, edited by Ingereth Macfarlane and Mark Hannah

2007

  • Culture in Translation: The Anthropological Legacy of RH Mathews, edited by Martin Thomas
  • ‘The Axe Had Never Sounded’: Place, People and Heritage of Recherche Bay, Tasmania, John Mulvaney

2006

  • What Good Condition?: Reflections on an Australian Aboriginal Treaty 1986–2006, edited by Peter Read

2005

  • Peopling the Cleland Hills: Aboriginal History in Western Central Australia, 1850–1980, MA Smith
  • Many Exchanges: Archaeology, History, Community and the Work of Isabel McBryde, edited by Ingereth Macfarlane

2002

  • The Aboriginal Population Revisited: 70 000 Years to the Present, edited by Gordon Briscoe and Len Smith
  • The Pajong and Wallabalooa: A History of Aboriginal Farming Families at Blakney and Pudman Creeks, Ann Jackson-Nakano
  • The Kamberri: A History of Aboriginal Families in the ACT and Surrounds, Ann Jackson-Nakano

2001

  • Repossession of Our Spirit: Traditional Owners of Northern Sydney, Dennis Foley and Ricky Maynard

1998

  • History in Portraits: Biographies of Nineteenth Century South Australian Aboriginal People, Jane Simpson and Luise Hercus
  • Rebellion at Coranderrk, Diane Barwick

1997

  • In the Best Interest of the Child? Stolen Children: Aboriginal Pain/White Shame, Link-Up (NSW) and Tikka Wilson

1996

  • Country: Aboriginal Boundaries and Land Ownership in Australia, Peter Sutton

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Monographs are available for print-on-demand or download at: press.anu.edu.au/publications/aboriginal-history-monographs. For back issues, hard copies and special offers, email: Thelma.Sims@anu.edu.au. Further details about titles can be found at: aboriginalhistory.org.au.


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