By Anna Haebich
By Allison Craven
‘Finding Queensland in Australian Cinema’ explores facets of gender, race and area in movies and tv produced within the northern Australian country of Queensland. Drawing on a number scholarly assets and an in depth filmography, the essays within the publication examine poetics and creation histories from the 'period' motion pictures of the Australian cinema revival of the Nineteen Seventies to modern 'Queensland-genre' motion pictures, highlighting the resonances of nearby destinations amid the vigorous development of the movie undefined, and promoting of Queensland as a creation destination.
By Kate Ariotti,James E. Bennett
By Vincent O'Malley
By Jenifer Curnow
By Ray Whitrod,Matthew Condon
By Bain Attwood,Fiona Magowan
Telling tales appears on the position of lifestyles tales and of reminiscence in historical past: who tells lifestyles tales, the aim for which they're advised; the position of tale and background within the politics of land claims; and how language affects on study and writing.
Ann Parsonson writes approximately 'stories for land' within the oral narratives of the Maori Land courtroom; Deborah Rose fowl retells the 'saga of Captain Cook'; Andrew Erueti and Alan Ward research Maori land legislation within the context of the Treaty claims strategy; Jeremy Beckett appears on the autobiographical oral historical past of Myles Lalor; and Bain Attwood discusses the stolen generations narrative.
With Judith Binney, Fiona Magowan, W.H. Oliver, Basil Sansom and Penny van Toorn, those participants discover the questions coming up while other forms of historical past meet: other kinds of facts, from varied cultures, occasionally telling a similar tale from conflicting views. Telling tales is a well timed e-book that freely explores the a number of sorts of indigenous historical past in New Zealand and Australia.
By Susan Blackburn
By Janet Butler
By Tom Lawson