The fundamental factor that keeps Indigenous and non-Indigenous people from communicating,
is that they are speaking about two entirely different perceptions of the world.
Deloria V.Jnr., 2012, The Metaphysics of Modern Existence”, p.1.
HAVE YOUR SAY ABOUT WHAT WE SAY:
HISTORY LIFE & TIMES of ROBERT ANDERSON GHEEBELUM, NGUGI, MULGUMPIN
(c) Robert Anderson, 2001, Uniikup Productions Ltd./Inkahoots, Brisbane, Australia.
for a pdf copy of this community history publication, please click the link below
History Life & Times of Robert Anderson
STORY ABOUT FEELING
Bill Neidjie, edited by Keith Taylor, 1989, Magabala Books, Broome, Western Australia.
Ross Watson. A story about living life on this planet Earth, by a Dawson River Murri.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for purchase information.
FOR A CULTURAL FUTURE Francis Jupurrurla Makes TV at Yuendumu
Eric Michaels and the Warlpiri Media Assoc, 1987,
Art & Criticism Monograph Series Volume 3, Artspace, Melbourne, Australia.
SOVEREIGN SUBJECTS Indigenous Sovereignty Matters
Edited by Aileen Moreton-Robinson, 2007, Cultural Studies Series, Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, Australia.
Alexis Wright, 2009, Magabala Books, Broome, Western Australia.
PATTERNS OF ABORIGINAL CULTURE: THEN AND NOW
Margaret King-Boyes, 1977, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Sydney, Australia.
STARS OF TAGAI The Torres Strait Islanders
Nonie Sharp, 1993, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, Australia.
THE METAPHYSICS OF MODERN EXISTENCE
Vine Deloria, Jr., 1979, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado, California, USA.
navigating BOUNDARIES The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait
Editors Anna Shnukal, Guy Ramsay and Yuriko Nagata, 2004.
Pandanus Books Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies The Australian National University Canberra ACT.
POWER AND PLACE Indian Education in America
Vine Deloria, Jr., and Daniel R. Wildcat, 2001, American Indian Graduate Centre and Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado, California, USA.
MANIFEST MANNERS Narratives on Postindian Survivance
Gerald Vizenor, 1994, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London, UK.
NARRATIVE CHANCE Postmodern Discourse on Native American Indian Literatures
Edited by Gerald Vizenor, 1993, the University of Oklahoma Press, USA.
NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBALISM Indian Survivals and Renewals
D’Arcy McNickle, 1973, Oxford University Press, London, UK.
AS WE HAVE ALWAYS DONE Indigenous Freedom Through Radical Resistance
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, 2017, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, USA
THINKING in INDIAN A John Mohawk Reader
Edited by Jose Barreiro, 2010
Fulcum Publishing, Golden Colorado, USA
TOWARD A PHILOSOPHY OF THE ACT
Mikhail M. Bakhtin, 1999, University of Texas Press, Austin, USA.
Edward Said, 1978, Penguin Books, London, UK.
THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE
Edward Said, 1992, Vintage, London, UK.
THE WRETCHED OF THE EARTH
Franz Fanon, 1967, Penguin Books, Middlesex, England.
BLACK SKIN WHITE MASKS
Franz Fanon, 1967, Grove Press, New York, USA.
HOW EUROPE UNDERDEVELOPED AFRICA
Walter Rodney, 1974, Howard University Press, Washington DC, USA.
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF HEALTH
Lesley Doyal with Imogen Pennell, 1979, Puto Press, London, UK.
THE WAY WE CIVILISE Aboriginal Affairs the Untold Story
Rosalind Kidd, 1997, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, Australia.
Material thinking occurs in the making of works of art. It happens when the artist dares to ask
the simple but far reaching questions What Matters?
Paul Carter, 2004, Melbourne University Press, Australia.
FILM AND POLITICS IN THE THIRD WORLD
Edited by John D.H. Downing, 1987, Autonomedia, Brooklyn, New York, USA.
THE THIRD EYE – Race, Cinema, and Ethnographic Spectacle
Fatimah Tobing Rony, 1996, Duke University Press, Durham and London, UK.
THE LONG SHADOW OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Juliette Bridgette Milner-Thornton, 2012, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, USA.
I.O.U. Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can Pay
John Lanchester, 2010, Simon and Schuster, New York, USA.
FOOD IS BETTER MEDICINE THAN DRUGS Your Prescription for Drug-free Health
Patrick Holford and Jerome Burne, Piatkus, London, UK.
GOD: an itinerary
Regis Debray (translated by Jeffrey Mehlman), 2004, Verso, 180 Varick St., New York.
God, who has changed the lives – and deaths – of men and women, has in turn changed his face and meaning several times over since his birth
three thousand years ago. This book links history of the everlasting with the history of the West …throwing light on contemporary civilisation itself.
THE WHITE POSSESSIVE – property, power, and Indigenous sovereignty
Aileen Moreton-Robinson, 2015.
University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, USA.
PAPERS and THESES
INNER WEAVINGS: Artist uses visual means to story-tell her personal and extended family history.
by Janice Peacock (Erub) (c) 2004.
cultural appropriateness for a Torres Strait Islander Women Artist of today
CULTURE CULT CLAN 2001 : Comments on the survival of Torres Strait Culture
by Janice Peacock
RESONANCES OF DIFFERENCE a Thesis by Leah King-Smith (Gamilaraay) (c) 2006.
Creative Diplomacy in the Multidimensional
and Transcultural Aesthetics of an Indigenous Photomedia Practice
A Thesis on Australian Indigenous writing by Sandra Phillips (Wakka Wakka) (c) 2012.
Re/presenting readings of the Indigenous Literary Terrain
A NOVELLA of IDEAS a Thesis on Australian Indigenous media-art practice
by Eve Christine Peacock (Erub) (c) 2009.
how interactive new media art can effectively communicate an Indigenous philosophical concept
eARTh a Treatise on Australian Indigenous ‘creActivity’ by Eve Christine Peacock (Erub) (c) 2014.
the dynamics of ontological representation
NOTE for best results open eARTh Treatise with Adobe Reader,
so that all relevant graphics and photographic backgrounds in quotes, can be viewed when reading.
RIVER STORY written by Ross Watson
a story for living life on this planet and in this place, by a Dawson River Murri.
A paper on an Australian Indigenous concept of PLACE
by Wakka Wakka Kombumerri philosopher Mary Graham (c) 2006.
”Some Thoughts about the Philosophical Underpinnings of Aboriginal World Views”.
World Views: Environment, Culture, Religion, 3 (2)
by Wakka Wakka Kombumerri philosopher Mary Graham (c) 1999.
To access a copy of this paper please click the link below:
A paper on an Australian Aboriginal concept of ETHICS
by Wakka Wakka Kombumerri philosopher Mary Graham (c) 2013.
A paper on modernising relations between colonised and coloniser
by Wakka Wakka Kombumerri philosopher Mary Graham (c)
A paper on the culture of colonialism
by Lorenzo Veracini
Understanding Colonialism and Settler Colonialism as Distinct Formations
A paper on the concept “Colonial-power-knowledge communicates particular cultural presuppositions
that elevate Western knowledge as real knowledge while ignoring other knowledge.” by Michael G. Doxtater,
American Indian Quarterly, 2004. To access this article click on the link below:
Indigenous Knowledge in the Decolonial Era
A collaborative paper on DE-PROVINCIALISING INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE
by Cash Ahenakew, Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, Garrick Cooper, Hemi Hireme (c) 2014.
Beyond Epistemic Provincialism
A PHD JOURNEY IN THE DE-COLONIAL ERA from an Australian Indigenous creActive perspective,
by Eve Christine Peacock (c) 2014.
A PhD Journey
A blog site by Jenny Fraser on arts and healing.
Healing Arts and Decolonisation
LAND AS PEDAGOGY a paper on ”education” from a Canadian/American Indigenous perspective,
by Nishnaabeg scholar Leanne Betasamosake Simpson (c) 2014.
Winner of ”Most thought-provoking 2014 article in Native American and Indigenous Studies.”
Land as Pedagogy
A paper on affiliations to country in a global context, by Paul Carter, 14/08/2007.
Presented as a plenary at Landscapes and Learning: a place pedagogies symposium, Monash University, Gypsland Campus, Victoria Australia.
CARE AT A DISTANCE
TRANSMOTION AT THE TREE LINE a paper honouring the influential genius of Native American Chippewa writer and scholar, Gerald Vizenor,
from an Australian Indigenous creActive perspective, by Eve Christine Peacock (Erub) (c) 2014.
Transmotion at the Tree Line
FUGITIVE INDIGENEITY a paper on Reclaiming the terrain of decolonial struggle through Indigenous art
by Jarrett Martineau and Eric Ritskes (c) 2014.
Leesa Watego presents THE CRITICAL CLASSROOM. Join the conversation on line:
The Critical Classroom
Andreotti, Vanessa. 2016. Research and Pedagogical notes:
The Educational Challenges of Imagining the World Differently
This paper articulates the “the difficulties of starting important critical conversations about social historical processes that systemically reproduce material, discursive and political inequalities”.
Full paper accessible at
Taylor & Francis on-line
Mk2 Productions Martin Karmitz Presents Abbas Kiarostami
10 on Ten
Thinking between China and Greece: Breaking new Ground
An interview with Marcel Gauchet of Francois Jullien French Sinologist and Philosopher
in Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences Volume 18, Number 1, Fall/Winter 2009
mass produced canned knowledge for the post-modern cannibal