Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Writing Heritage — The Depiction of Indigenous Heritage in European-Australian WritingsBy Michael Davis
From the late nineteenth century and into the twentieth century, European-Australians were actively recording, documenting and collecting Aboriginal heritage. This book examines how they did this, exploring perceptions of authenticity and innovation in Aboriginal heritage and approaches to ethnographic collecting.
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