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The Resource Speakin' out blak : an examination of finding an "urban" Indigenous "voice" through contemporary Australian theatre, Ernie Blackmore

Speakin' out blak : an examination of finding an "urban" Indigenous "voice" through contemporary Australian theatre, Ernie Blackmore

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Speakin' out blak : an examination of finding an "urban" Indigenous "voice" through contemporary Australian theatre
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Speakin' out blak
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an examination of finding an "urban" Indigenous "voice" through contemporary Australian theatre
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Ernie Blackmore
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eng
Summary
Discusses the difficulty of defining and finding the urban Aboriginal "voice" in contemporary theatre; complexity of Indigenous identity; discusses production of the author's play 'Buckley?s Hope'; persistence of assimilation and the resistance of "voice"; equation of "voice" and identity; production and text of the play "Positive Expectations"; the affect of editing and dramaturgy on the Indigenous "voice" and the issue of sexual identity; creativity and the draw-talk-write; text of 'Waiting for Ships'; removal of children, persistence of trauma in the author's life and his struggle to identity
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Blackmore, Ernie
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Blackmore, Ernie
  • Blackmore, Ernie
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  • Milroy, David
  • McDonald, Nadine
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Australian drama
  • Australian literature
  • Cultural awareness
  • Theater
  • Children, Aboriginal Australian
  • Urban Aboriginal Australians
  • Australia
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Speakin' out blak : an examination of finding an "urban" Indigenous "voice" through contemporary Australian theatre, Ernie Blackmore
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 142-156
Contents
Who is speaking out for whom? -- The re-colonisation of an Indigenous text -- A subdued "voice": Positive Expectations -- Positive Expectations: the play -- It is not easy to speak -- Creativity, writing and draw talk write -- Waiting for Ships: the play -- Dreams, illusion and reality -- Appendix I: In conversation with David Milroy -- Appendix II: Nadine McDonald, Indigenous theatre: its "voice": past, present and future
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22 cm.
Extent
179 p.
Isbn
9783639068849
Label
Speakin' out blak : an examination of finding an "urban" Indigenous "voice" through contemporary Australian theatre, Ernie Blackmore
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 142-156
Contents
Who is speaking out for whom? -- The re-colonisation of an Indigenous text -- A subdued "voice": Positive Expectations -- Positive Expectations: the play -- It is not easy to speak -- Creativity, writing and draw talk write -- Waiting for Ships: the play -- Dreams, illusion and reality -- Appendix I: In conversation with David Milroy -- Appendix II: Nadine McDonald, Indigenous theatre: its "voice": past, present and future
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
179 p.
Isbn
9783639068849

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