The Resource Aboriginal studies in the 90s : where to now?, collected papers of the inaugural ASA Conference, University of New South Wales, St. George Campus, October, 1991 ; edited by Rhonda Craven and Nigel Parbury

Aboriginal studies in the 90s : where to now?, collected papers of the inaugural ASA Conference, University of New South Wales, St. George Campus, October, 1991 ; edited by Rhonda Craven and Nigel Parbury

Label
Aboriginal studies in the 90s : where to now?
Title
Aboriginal studies in the 90s
Title remainder
where to now?
Statement of responsibility
collected papers of the inaugural ASA Conference, University of New South Wales, St. George Campus, October, 1991 ; edited by Rhonda Craven and Nigel Parbury
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Conference papers cover several aspects of Aboriginal studies including the development of curriculum at all levels - primary, secondary and tertiary; focusses on issues for the future; papers annotated separately
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Cataloging source
NUN
Dewey number
375.9940049915
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1991 :
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Aboriginal Studies Association
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  • Craven, Rhonda G
  • Parbury, Nigel
Series statement
ASA Conference '91 papers
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Aboriginal studies in the 90s : where to now?, collected papers of the inaugural ASA Conference, University of New South Wales, St. George Campus, October, 1991 ; edited by Rhonda Craven and Nigel Parbury
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"October 1991"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Developing curriculum: One process that worked / paul Hughes -- Knowledge is power: Teaching resources in the criminal justice area / Chris Cunneen -- Aboriginal Studied in the law school / Garth Nettheim -- Anti-racism and Aboriginal Studies / David Hollinsworth -- The bag: Designs and historical placement in Aboriginal culture : Louise Fogarty -- Getting the pedagogy right: The next phase in Aboriginal Studies / Howard Groome -- Assimilation or appropriation: The Aboriginal use of European literacy forms / Ivor Indyk -- Aboriginal Studies in the secondary school / Sandy Wilson / Damien Coghlan -- Experiences in teaching the subject 'Teaching Aboriginal Studies' / Howard Groome -- Preservation and conservation of Aboriginal sites in Southern Sydney / Les Bursill -- When does Aboriginal history become Australian history? Question of inclusivity and marginalisation for Aboriginal studies -- Terra Nullius - The Lie : Denis Walker and Oodgeroo of the tribe Noonuccal Nunukul -- Aboriginal Studies for the higher school certificate / Pat Cavanagh -- NSW HSC Aboriginal Studies Syllabus - History and issues / Marg Cranney -- Aboriginal perspectives across the curriculum / Kevis Butler -- Aboriginal perspectives in Aboriginal Studies / Adrian Tucker -- Aboriginal Studies and contemporary images / NIgel Parbury -- Aboriginal Studies the eternal question : Community involvement - How and why and why is it so difficult to achieve? / Linda Burney
Control code
abn92370488
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
124 p.
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Aboriginal studies in the 90s : where to now?, collected papers of the inaugural ASA Conference, University of New South Wales, St. George Campus, October, 1991 ; edited by Rhonda Craven and Nigel Parbury
Publication
Note
"October 1991"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Developing curriculum: One process that worked / paul Hughes -- Knowledge is power: Teaching resources in the criminal justice area / Chris Cunneen -- Aboriginal Studied in the law school / Garth Nettheim -- Anti-racism and Aboriginal Studies / David Hollinsworth -- The bag: Designs and historical placement in Aboriginal culture : Louise Fogarty -- Getting the pedagogy right: The next phase in Aboriginal Studies / Howard Groome -- Assimilation or appropriation: The Aboriginal use of European literacy forms / Ivor Indyk -- Aboriginal Studies in the secondary school / Sandy Wilson / Damien Coghlan -- Experiences in teaching the subject 'Teaching Aboriginal Studies' / Howard Groome -- Preservation and conservation of Aboriginal sites in Southern Sydney / Les Bursill -- When does Aboriginal history become Australian history? Question of inclusivity and marginalisation for Aboriginal studies -- Terra Nullius - The Lie : Denis Walker and Oodgeroo of the tribe Noonuccal Nunukul -- Aboriginal Studies for the higher school certificate / Pat Cavanagh -- NSW HSC Aboriginal Studies Syllabus - History and issues / Marg Cranney -- Aboriginal perspectives across the curriculum / Kevis Butler -- Aboriginal perspectives in Aboriginal Studies / Adrian Tucker -- Aboriginal Studies and contemporary images / NIgel Parbury -- Aboriginal Studies the eternal question : Community involvement - How and why and why is it so difficult to achieve? / Linda Burney
Control code
abn92370488
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
124 p.
Other physical details
ill.

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