Readings

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Suggested readings for Topic 3: Significant events

Anaya, S 2004, Indigenous Peoples in International Law, 2nd edn, Oxford University Press, NY. [Parts 1 and 2]

Behrendt, L 2001, ‘Indigenous self-determination: Rethinking the relationship between rights and economic development’, UNSW Law Journal, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 850–861.

Craven, R & Price, K 2011, ‘Misconceptions, stereotypes and racism: Let’s face the facts’ in Craven, R (ed), Teaching Aboriginal Studies, Allen & Unwin.

Department of Education and Training, Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives in schools. A guide for school learning communities, Queensland Government, viewed 1 September 2016, <http://www.jarara.catholic.edu.au/SiteData/215/UserFiles/PublicationLinks/Embedding-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-perspectives-in-schools.pdf>.

Gorski, P, Hamline University & EdChange 2000, A Narrative on Whiteness and Multicultural Education, EdChange, viewed 23 August 2016 <http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/papers/edchange_narrative.html>.

Hokari, M 2000, ‘History Happening in/between Body and Place: Journey to the Aboriginal Way of Historical Practice’, in Habitus 2000: A Sense of Place, p. 2.

King, T 2003, The Truth About Stories. A Native Narrative, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Langton, M 2000, ‘Sacred Geography Western Desert traditions of landscape art’, Papunya Tula Genesis and Genius, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.

Phillips, J & Lampert J (eds) 2012, Introductory Indigenous Studies in Education: Reflection and the importance of knowing, 2nd edn, Pearson Education Australia, NSW.

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