The Resource Calling the shots : calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies, edited by Jane Lydon (AIATSIS, 2014), by Matthew Stanton

Calling the shots : calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies, edited by Jane Lydon (AIATSIS, 2014), by Matthew Stanton

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Calling the shots : calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies, edited by Jane Lydon (AIATSIS, 2014)
Title
Calling the shots
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calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies, edited by Jane Lydon (AIATSIS, 2014)
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by Matthew Stanton
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eng
Summary
Reviews 'Calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies', edited by Jane Lydon; Indigenous perspectives on photography as 'an opportunity for the reconstitution of ties to culture and place, weakened or fragmented over centuries of European settlement'; Oyster Cove station, Tasmania; Ngarrindjeri clan history; individuals' commitment to photographic documentation and preservation of cultural heritage
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Stanton, Matthew
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  • Gough, Julie
  • Trevorrow, Ellen
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Calling the shots : calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies, edited by Jane Lydon (AIATSIS, 2014), by Matthew Stanton
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Label
Calling the shots : calling the shots-Aboriginal photographies, edited by Jane Lydon (AIATSIS, 2014), by Matthew Stanton
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • still image
  • text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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