Indifferent inclusion aboriginal people and the australian nation buy online russell mcgregor sep 2011 edition 1st mcgregors focus is on the quest for aboriginal inclusion in the australia nation a task which dominated the aboriginal agenda at the time russell mcgregor is associate professor of history at james cook . Russell mcgregor is an associate professor of history at james cook university in australia he is the author of collisions of cultures and identities settlers and indigenous peoples and imagined destinies aboriginal australians and the doomed race theory 1880 1939 . Indifferent inclusion aboriginal people and the australian nation by russell mcgregor aboriginal studies press canberra 2011 229 pp 3995 paperback isbn 9780855757793 shortlisted for the prime ministers literary award prize for australian history and winner of the new south wales premiers australian history prize indifferent inclusion is a work of rare quality. Combining the perspectives of political social and cultural history in a coherent narrative this account is a holistic interpretation of the complex relationship between indigenous and settler australians during the middle of the 20th century. 2011 indifferent inclusion aboriginal people and the australian nation russell mcgregor aboriginal studies press canberra wikipedia citation please see wikipedias template documentation for further citation fields that may be required
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