The Resource Disputing history, remembering country in 'The Tracker' and 'Rabbit-Proof Fence', Felicity Collins and Therese Davis

Disputing history, remembering country in 'The Tracker' and 'Rabbit-Proof Fence', Felicity Collins and Therese Davis

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Disputing history, remembering country in 'The Tracker' and 'Rabbit-Proof Fence'
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Disputing history, remembering country in 'The Tracker' and 'Rabbit-Proof Fence'
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Felicity Collins and Therese Davis
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eng
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Analysis of the films 'Rabbit-Proof Fence' and 'The Tracker', their revival of familiar figures, the lost child and the black tracker, and their role in the history wars; included in the discussion is that the role of film in the reconciliation process has been misunderstood and the stolen generations
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Collins, Felicity
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Davis, Therese
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