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Asking after selves : knowledge and settler-Indigenous conflict resolution, by Morgan James Brigg

Label
Asking after selves : knowledge and settler-Indigenous conflict resolution
Title
Asking after selves
Title remainder
knowledge and settler-Indigenous conflict resolution
Statement of responsibility
by Morgan James Brigg
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
QU
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1970-
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Brigg, Morgan
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Queensland, 2005.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • University of Queensland
  • Conflict management
  • Mediation
  • Culture conflict
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Knowledge, Theory of
  • Australia
Label
Asking after selves : knowledge and settler-Indigenous conflict resolution, by Morgan James Brigg
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 251-280
Contents
Facing intercultural research in conflict resolution -- Knowing intercultural conflict resolution -- Thesis style and organisation -- Approaching intercultural conflict resolution - knowing and connecting : knowing through social science; knowing through conflict resolution; Critical approaches to conflict resolution; Indigenous perspectives and social science; Interstitial possibilities for knowing -- Culture, recognition and beyond - from what to who : knowing culture; Cultural recognition; The culture paradox; From what to who; Interrogating recognition: knowledge, selves, recognition; From what to who (II); The who of scholarship -- Responding across difference - unfolding scholarly being in academic storytelling : the political valences of western selfhood; Beyond depth and transcendence: the (un)folding self; Writing the subject; Beyond the same; Becoming: pursuing connection and responsiveness; Positioning connecting and responsiveness through the knowing subject; Storytelling beyond the same -- Exploring and fissuring the politico-cultural governance of conflict resolution: framing dominant politico-cultural governance; The mediator and political ontology; Power through mediation; Intercultural implications and possibilities through mediation -- Being-together in the settler-colonial context - contrasting and conversing political ontologies: Contours of being and political ontology in the settler-colonial context; Conceiving settler-colonial relations: being, palimpsest, and ganma; Settler-colonial political relations: biopolitics/terrapolitics; Freedom and autonomy: governance in two traditions -- The mediating value of who-prospects for advancing settler-Indigenous conflict resolution : Intercultural exchange: mawul-rom and narrative mediation; Disruption and insinuation: self-regulation and autonomy; Conclusion: Asking after who and embracing indeterminacy
Control code
000040286327
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 280 p,
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Stock number
MAR10/094
System control number
(OCoLC)62907131
Label
Asking after selves : knowledge and settler-Indigenous conflict resolution, by Morgan James Brigg
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 251-280
Contents
Facing intercultural research in conflict resolution -- Knowing intercultural conflict resolution -- Thesis style and organisation -- Approaching intercultural conflict resolution - knowing and connecting : knowing through social science; knowing through conflict resolution; Critical approaches to conflict resolution; Indigenous perspectives and social science; Interstitial possibilities for knowing -- Culture, recognition and beyond - from what to who : knowing culture; Cultural recognition; The culture paradox; From what to who; Interrogating recognition: knowledge, selves, recognition; From what to who (II); The who of scholarship -- Responding across difference - unfolding scholarly being in academic storytelling : the political valences of western selfhood; Beyond depth and transcendence: the (un)folding self; Writing the subject; Beyond the same; Becoming: pursuing connection and responsiveness; Positioning connecting and responsiveness through the knowing subject; Storytelling beyond the same -- Exploring and fissuring the politico-cultural governance of conflict resolution: framing dominant politico-cultural governance; The mediator and political ontology; Power through mediation; Intercultural implications and possibilities through mediation -- Being-together in the settler-colonial context - contrasting and conversing political ontologies: Contours of being and political ontology in the settler-colonial context; Conceiving settler-colonial relations: being, palimpsest, and ganma; Settler-colonial political relations: biopolitics/terrapolitics; Freedom and autonomy: governance in two traditions -- The mediating value of who-prospects for advancing settler-Indigenous conflict resolution : Intercultural exchange: mawul-rom and narrative mediation; Disruption and insinuation: self-regulation and autonomy; Conclusion: Asking after who and embracing indeterminacy
Control code
000040286327
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 280 p,
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Stock number
MAR10/094
System control number
(OCoLC)62907131

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