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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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Description 1 online resource.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
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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.
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- History.
Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions.
Aboriginal Australians -- Politics and government.
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 Electronic book.
Electronic books.
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

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