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Engaging Indigenous Economy

List of figures

Fig. 2.1 The hybrid economy model

Fig. 2.2 Decentralised communities: A model

2.2.1 Traditional (pre-contact) household production scenario

2.2.2 Neo-traditional (post-contact) household production scenario

2.2.3 Prospective household production scenario

Fig. 2.3 Jon Altman at work, Gurror outstation, Maningrida region, north-central Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, May 1980

Fig. 2.4 Jon Altman digging for white pigment at Gudjangal, Maningrida region, north-central Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, September 1980

Fig. 3.1 Nine variant forms (V1–9) of the visual representation of the hybrid economy

Fig. 3.2 The ‘true’ binary logic of the hybrid economy in black and white (V10)

Fig. 3.3 The ‘true’ binary logic of the hybrid economy showing distinction between the eight bounded white segments and the three coloured sectors (V11)

Fig. 3.4 The ‘true’ binary logic of the hybrid economy showing how the ‘true’ logic of primary colours creates eight coloured segments

Fig. 3.5 Interpretation of the eight segments defined by Boole’s zero/one binary logic

Fig. 3.6 Interpretation of the three sectors using data on their changing relative importance over time

Fig. 5.1 The hybrid economy

Fig. 8.1 Map of the Torres Strait

Fig. 8.2 Aerial view of Masig and Koedal Islands

Fig.8. 3 Masig Islanders’ typical fishing boats

Fig. 9.1 Map showing Indigenous peoples of the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria

Fig. 9.2 Copper sulphide from Redbank mine flows directly into Hanrahan’s Creek killing all aquatic life

Fig. 9.3 Sulphur dioxide billowing from McArthur River Mine

Fig. 9.4 Drawing of settler colonial violence in the Gulf Country, Dinny McDinny, (1927–2003)

Fig. 9.5 Same story, settlers–miners, Jacky Green, 2013

Fig. 9.6 Land tenure in the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria

Fig. 9.7 Garawa ranger Donald Shadforth undertaking aerial controlled burning of his country at Robinson River

Fig. 9.8 FIFO—Fly In Fuck Off, Jacky Green, 2013

Fig. 9.9 Whitefellas work like white ants, Jacky Green, 2014

Fig. 9.10 Wundigala, Myra Rory, 2008

Fig. 10.1 Maruku Arts’ expenditure on puṉu in 17 regional Aṉangu communities per financial year

Fig. 10.2 Maruku Arts’ expenditure on puṉu in 11 regional Aṉangu communities with an art centre per financial year

Fig. 10.3 Maṟuku Arts’ expenditure on puṉu in six regional Aṉangu communities without an art centre per financial year

Fig. 13.1 Indigenous health reporting: number of stories in The Australian, Sydney Morning Herald and Courier Mail, 1994–95, 2002–03, 2006–07

Fig. 16.1 A snapshot of Indigenous-held land from 1788 to 2013

Fig. 16.2 Indigenous land titling under three tenures

Fig. 16.3 Distribution of Indigenous population from the 2011 Census and Indigenous land titles in 2013

Fig. 17.1 A spectrum of housing options according to key variables

Fig. 17.2 Steps in the Tauranga Papakāinga housing toolkit

Fig.17. 3 Author’s schematic of Stone’s (2009) ‘resident-saver’ model

Fig. 17.4 Spectrum of housing tenure models across the US, UK and Australia

Fig. 19.1 Map of Nyangumarta native title determination area

Fig. 19.2 Nyangumarta native title work by activity type (% of total time of Nyangumarta participation)

Fig. 19.3 Professions of non-Nyangumarta individuals involved in Nyangumarta native title activities, 1999–2014

Fig. 19.4 Number of organisations involved in Nyangumarta native title activities by type, 1999–2014

Fig. 23.1 Bogged in the Mann River Crossing, May 1979

Fig. 23.2 Anchor Kalumba at Mumeka, late 1979

Fig. 23.3 Indigenous census count 1971–2011

Fig. 23.4 Ratio of Indigenous to non-Indigenous employment and income outcomes, 1971–2011

Fig. 23.5 Ratio of Indigenous to non-Indigenous educational outcomes, 1971–2011

Fig. 23.6 Land rights and ownership under three tenures, 2014

Fig. 23.7 Distribution of the Indigenous population, 2011

Fig. 23.8 Distribution of discrete Indigenous communities

Fig. 23.9 Poster from Not Dead Yet: A Retrospective Exhibition featuring the work of Therese Ritchie and Chips Mackinolty


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