By Diane J. Austin-Broos
Employing ethnographic and archival examine, Diane Austin-Broos lines the heritage of the Arrernte as they've got transitioned from a society of hunter-gatherers to individuals of the Hermannsburg undertaking group to their current, marginalized place within the glossy Australian financial system. whereas she concludes that those wrenching structural shifts ended in the violence that now marks Arrernte groups, she additionally brings to mild the strong acts of mind's eye that experience sustained a continuous feel of Arrernte identity.
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Arrernte Present, Arrernte Past: Invasion, Violence, and Imagination in Indigenous Central Australia by Diane J. Austin-Broos