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Tag: Indigenous history

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Sunday essay: ‘this is our library’ – how to read the amazing archive of First Nations stories written on rock

Image: Josie Maralngurra touching her hand stencil made when she was around 12. In the background are three white barramundi fish figures with red...

Sunday essay: Indigenous afterlives in Britain

    Breastplate, of metal, engraved ‘McIntyre King of Mannilla’, c.1860–1874. ‘King’ McIntyre (c.1814–74) Donated by A.W. Wilkins to Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, 1930....

Sunday essay: truth telling, Return to Uluru and reckoning with the sins of fathers

  Picture: Lukas Coch/AAP Return to Uluru is the latest book from respected historian Mark McKenna. It is one of a few history books published recently that explicitly...

This 17,500-year-old kangaroo in the Kimberley is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal rock painting

 Picture: Damien Finch, Author provided In Western Australia’s northeast Kimberley region, on Balanggarra Country, a two-metre-long painting of a kangaroo spans the sloping ceiling of a...

Sunday essay: it’s time for a new museum dedicated to the fighters of the frontier wars

     Group of Aboriginal people with shields and spears, by Joseph Lycett, circa 1820. National Library of Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised...

How historically accurate is the film High Ground? The violence it depicts is uncomfortably close to the truth

   Jacob Junior Nayinggul (left) and Simon Baker in High Ground (2020). Maxo, Bunya Productions, Savage Films   The Australian film High Ground, set mostly at a mission...