Review telling stories: Indigenous history and memory in Australia and New Zealand
This collection explores the constructed nature of history and its intersections with oral narrative, testimony and memory. The essays delve into the complexities of Indigenoushon-Indigenous relationships involved in the production and circulation of Indigenous histories. The discussions of collaboration and entanglement in the configuring of Indigenous histories make this collection of particular relevance for those concerned with the ways Indigenous narratives negotiate the cultural domains of non-Indigenous Australia and New Zealand.
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