Wesley Horton


Aboriginal Studies is an area that is expanding each year, with more and more courses being offered to the student. Resource material for these courses is important. Until quite recently (the 1960’s), all material on the world of Aboriginality was compiled, written and produced by white writers. Since the 1960’s, a large amount of Aboriginal writing on a wide range of topics has appeared. These texts provide us with a valuable resource of authentic Aboriginal material, the value of which is not just its content but that it offers a comparison to the white literary production and its ideological perception of Aboriginality.



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