International: Globalising Indigeneity? Writing Indigenous Histories In A Transnational World
Karen Fox, 2012
In recent decades, Indigenous histories have been increasingly significant and growing areas of historical research in white settler societies such as Australia and New Zealand. These rich veins of historical enquiry have, for the most part, been explored within the framework of national boundaries, and the state has been central to many analyses of Indigenous experiences...
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