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Title Ngapartji, ngapartji : in turn in turn : ego-histoire, Europe and indigenous Australia / Vanessa Castejon, Anna Cole, Oliver Haag and Karen Hughes, editors.

Publication Info. Anu, Acton, A.C.T. : ANU Press, 2014.


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Series ANU Lives Series in Biography
ANU.Lives series in biography.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Theoretical introduction: 1. Introduction: 'Ngapartji Ngapartji: in turn, in turn'-ego-histoire and Australian indigenous studies -- 2. 'Introduction' from Essais d'Ego-Histoire -- Self and history: 3. Ngarranga Barrangang: self and history, a contemporary aboriginal journey -- 4. A personal journey with Anangu history -- 5. Layers of being: aspects of researching and writing professional savages: Captive lives and Western spectacle -- 6. Stories my grandmother never told me: recovering entangled family histories through ego-histoire -- 7. 'Start by telling your own story': on becoming an anthropologist and performing anthropology -- 8. Yagan, Mrs Dance and whiteness -- 9. Becoming privileged in Australia: Romany Europe, indigenous Australia and the transformation of race -- Out of place: 10. From Paris to Papunya: postcolonial theory, Australian indigenous studies and 'knowing' 'the aborigine' -- 11. Situated knowledge or ego (his)toire?: memory, history and the she-migrant in an imaginary of 'Terra Nullius' -- 12. Genealogy and derangement -- 13. Art works from home, out of place -- 14. From bare feet to clogs: one aboriginal woman's experience in Holland -- Tales of mystery and imagination: 15. Home talk -- 16. True ethnography -- 17. Lands of fire and ice: from hi-story to history in the lands of fire and ice-our stories and embodiment as indigenous in a colonised hemisphere -- 18. Turning into a gardiya -- 19. Tales of mystery and imagination from the Tweed river: shaping historical-consciousness -- 20. Nourishing terrain: an afterword -- Appendix: Is 'ego-histoire' possible?
Acknowledgments; Notes on Contributors; Preface: Ego-histoire; THEORETICAL INTRODUCTION; 1. Introduction: 'Ngapartji Ngapartji: In Turn, In Turn'-Ego-histoire and Australian Indigenous Studies; 2. 'Introduction' from Essais d'Ego-Histoire; SELF AND HISTORY; 3. Ngarranga Barrangang: Self and History, a Contemporary Aboriginal Journey; 4. A Personal Journey with Anangu History; 5. Layers of Being: Aspects of Researching and Writing Professional Savages: Captive Lives and Western Spectacle.
6. Stories my Grandmother Never Told Me: Recovering Entangled Family Histories Through Ego-Histoire17. 'Start By Telling Your Own Story': On Becoming An Anthropologist and Performing Anthropology; 8. Yagan, Mrs Dance and Whiteness; 9. Becoming Privileged in Australia: Romany Europe, Indigenous Australia and the Transformation of Race; OUT OF PLACE; 10. From Paris to Papunya: Postcolonial Theory, Australian Indigenous Studies and 'Knowing' 'the Aborigine'; 11. Situated Knowledge or Ego (His)toire?: Memory, History and the She-Migrant in an Imaginary of 'Terra Nullius'
12. Genealogy and Derangement13. Art Works From Home, Out of Place; 14. From Bare Feet to Clogs: One Aboriginal Woman's Experience in Holland; TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION; 15. Home Talk; 16. True Ethnography; 17. Lands of Fire and Ice: From Hi-Story to History in the Lands of Fire and Ice-Our Stories and Embodiment as Indigenous in a Colonised Hemisphere; 18. Turning into a Gardiya; 19. Tales of Mystery and Imagination from the Tweed River: Shaping Historical-Consciousness; 20. Nourishing Terrain: An Afterword; APPENDIX; Is 'Ego-histoire' Possible?
Language English.
Summary In this innovative collection, Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars from Australia and Europe reflect on how their life histories have impacted on their research in Indigenous Australian Studies. Drawing on Pierre Nora's concept of ego-histoire as an analytical tool to ask historians to apply their methods to themselves, contributors lay open their paths, personal commitments and passion involved in their research.
Access Open Access EbpS
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- History.
Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions.
Aboriginal Australians -- Politics and government.
Australiens (Aborigènes) -- Histoire.
Indigenous peoples.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural.
Aboriginal Australians. (OCoLC)fst00794496
Aboriginal Australians -- Politics and government. (OCoLC)fst00794551
Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions. (OCoLC)fst00794561
Ethnic & Race Studies.
Gender & Ethnic Studies.
Social Sciences.
Indexed Term self-history.
social science.
indigenous studies.
Genre/Form History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Added Author Castejon, Vanessa, editor.
Cole, Anna, 1969- editor.
Haag, Oliver, editor.
Hughes, Karen, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Ngapartji, ngapartji. Anu, Acton, A.C.T. : ANU Press, 2014 (DLC) 2014471760
ISBN 9781925021738 (electronic bk.)
1925021734 (electronic bk.)
Standard No. 10.26530/OAPEN_515934 doi
AU@ 000053139244
AU@ 000054464027
AU@ 000058200957
AU@ 000059904084
GBVCP 1008662003
GBVCP 869966731
AU@ 000068366428

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