Cultural studies

A Different Inequality

Diane Austin-Broos

AUD $29.99

An exploration of why both the right and left of politics have so failed remote Aboriginal Australians and why until policymakers and researchers take into account both cultural difference and inequality, we will not come anywhere near closing the gap.

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Stride Toward Freedom

Martin Luther King

AUD $24.99

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Singing Saltwater Country

John Bradley with Yanyuwa Families

Format: Paperback

AUD $35.00

John Bradley's compelling account of three decades living with the Yanyuwa people of the Gulf of Carpentaria and of how the elders revealed to him the ancient songlines of their Dreaming.

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Aboriginal Australians

Richard Broome

Format: Paperback

AUD $35.00

A powerful history of black-white encounters in Australia since colonisation, this fully updated edition remains the only concise survey of Aboriginal history since 1788.

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Altered State

Matthew Collin

Format: Paperback

AUD $26.99

New edition of the youth culture classic - first published in 1997.

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Loops

Richard King and Douglas Brown

Format: Paperback

AUD $29.99

A wonderfully exciting, landmark collaboration between Domino Records and Faber - a twice yearly journal dedicated to engaging, intelligent and diverse writing about music.

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The England's Dreaming Tapes

Jon Savage

Format: Paperback

AUD $49.99

The full, uncut retelling of the sensational story behind the cultural moment that was punk and its defining band . The Sex Pistols.

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Black Politics

Sarah Maddison

Format: Paperback

AUD $35.00

Drawing on extensive interviews with activists and politicians, Black Politics explains the dynamics of Aboriginal politics. It reveals the challenges and tensions that have shaped community, regional and national relations over the past 25 years.

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Enslaved

Rahila Gupta

Format: Paperback

AUD $26.95

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Queuing for Beginners

Joe Moran

Format: Paperback

AUD $26.95

Why do so many people go on about queuing? Have we always been obsessed with traffic? And why do so many of us now eat lunch at our computers al desko?

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