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Browsing 21 History and Archaeology by Author "Schlunke, Katrina"

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  • Schlunke, Katrina (Curtin University Books, 2005)
    The various ways in which we understand and tell history as well as the multiple variations on the 'truth' of an event are explored in brilliant detail in Bluff Rock: Autobiogrpahy of a Massacre. This book examines a story ...
  • Schlunke, Katrina (RMIT Publishing in association with the School of Historical Studies, 2007)
    This article attempts to historicise the whiteness produced within the claim by James Cook to possess Australia. That claim is examined through Morton- Robinson s idea of white possessive logic and two paintings of the ...
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    Schlunke, Katrina (Duke University Press, 2009)
    Does "possession" produce "home"? This essay figures the claim by Captain Cook to possess Australia as an attempt to institute a single order of time and nature. But that order was and is always undercut by the reality of ...
  • Schlunke, Katrina (Borderlands, 2002)
    The indigenous person, the refugee and the new and old 'settler' sit in an awkward arrangement of relationship which is radically exposed through the reality of indigenous sovereignty. Indigenous sovereignty insists the ...