The Resource Essay : dangers and revelations; world war II in Indigenous autobiography, Tim Rowse

Essay : dangers and revelations; world war II in Indigenous autobiography, Tim Rowse

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Essay : dangers and revelations; world war II in Indigenous autobiography
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dangers and revelations; world war II in Indigenous autobiography
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Tim Rowse
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eng
Summary
Discusses varying and conflicting Indigenous experience of world war II as revealed in autobiographies; war service; continuing institutional control; evacuation from the Top End; expanded social horizons; long Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contribution to Australia's defence
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AIAS
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1951-
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Rowse, Tim
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non fiction
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  • Muir, Hilda
  • Gaffney, Ellie
  • Davis, Jack
  • McDonald, Connie Nungulla
  • Roughsey, Dick
  • Kruger, Alec Bumbolili
  • Bloomfield, Henry
  • Cohen, Bill
  • Clarke, Banjo
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Essay : dangers and revelations; world war II in Indigenous autobiography, Tim Rowse
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http://www.griffithreview.com/
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  • This issue of Griffith Review is titled "Enduring legacies"
  • "Tim Rowse is a professional fellow in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and a member of the Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Western Sydney."
  • "This essay is from a larger study of Australia's twentieth century experience as a settler colonial society, to be published by Oxford University Press. Tim thanks Elizabeth Watt for her research assistance and the University of Western Sydney for paying for her time."
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Essay : dangers and revelations; world war II in Indigenous autobiography, Tim Rowse
Link
http://www.griffithreview.com/
Publication
Note
  • This issue of Griffith Review is titled "Enduring legacies"
  • "Tim Rowse is a professional fellow in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and a member of the Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Western Sydney."
  • "This essay is from a larger study of Australia's twentieth century experience as a settler colonial society, to be published by Oxford University Press. Tim thanks Elizabeth Watt for her research assistance and the University of Western Sydney for paying for her time."
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volume
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text
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unmediated
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rdamedia

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