Aboriginal art and oral history in the colonial narrative
Eurocentric conceptions of Indigenous history have long dominated the conversation around what constitutes ‘legitimate’ Aboriginality. This essay examines the hyper-scrutiny Aboriginal art and oral history forms are subject to, as well as the continual omission and manipulation of Aboriginal history as a reflection of the ongoing colonial process.
oral history; Indigenous art; the colonial gaze
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