The Resource Belonging to country: : racialising space and resistance on Queensland's transnational margins, 1880-1900, Tracey Banivanua Mar

Belonging to country: : racialising space and resistance on Queensland's transnational margins, 1880-1900, Tracey Banivanua Mar

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Belonging to country: : racialising space and resistance on Queensland's transnational margins, 1880-1900
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Belonging to country:
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racialising space and resistance on Queensland's transnational margins, 1880-1900
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Tracey Banivanua Mar
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"This article explores the making of segregated space in Bundaberg as revealed by an 1891 trial for the killing of Charley Eureka, an Aboriginal man of the area. The article reveals the ways circular anxieties regarding race, possession and settlement manifested in the built environment of colonial space. While historians have looked at the policing of Queensland settler towns the commercial curfews and surveillance, less have considered the lived experiences of the marginalised communities themselves. I argue that these communities exerted their own special presence and that available records provide glimpses of their economic and cultural agency." [Authors abstract]
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Banivanua-Mar, Tracey, 1974-
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  • Eureka, Charlie
  • Eureka, Kitty
  • Lifu, Peter
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Belonging to country: : racialising space and resistance on Queensland's transnational margins, 1880-1900, Tracey Banivanua Mar
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