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Us women, our ways, our world

Us women, our ways, our world
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32320004290718 A824.4 USW
Adult Non Fiction   Maitland library . . Available .  
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Classification Number A824.4 USW
Title Us women, our ways, our world [BK]
Physical Description black and white illustrations, maps, portraits ;
Contents Introduction / Darlene Oxenham and Jill Milroy -- Separated in 1944 / Mary Terszak -- Wind spirit: Nanna's legacy / Cheryl Kickett-Tucker and Shirley Harris -- Desperately seeking Emily / Tjalaminu Mia -- Truth and consequence / Mary-Ann Bin Sallik -- Aboriginal women and leadership: up close and personal / Joan Winch -- "Will the real me please stand up?" / Jeannie Herbert -- The creators of the future: women, law and telling stories in country / Ambelin Kwaymullina -- Mothers of sin : Indigenous women's perceptions of their identiry and gender / Pat Dudgeon -- Standing our ground and telling the one true story / Irene Watson -- Indigenous voices: positioning ourselves in the contested space of Indigenous and western intellectual traditions / Nerida Blair -- How to (not) define Aboriginal lesbian identity / Sandy O'Sullivan -- Interrogating gender: what's race and class got to do with it? / Dawn Bessarab -- "Are you one of those throw backs?" : the invisibility of a fair-complexioned Aboriginal woman / Lyn Henderson-Yates -- As black women do: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's resilience / Vanessa Lee.
A collection of writings on women and Aboriginal identity from 14 senior Indigenous academics and community leaders. The collection engages with questions such as: What makes Aboriginal women strong? Why are grandmothers so important (even ones never met)? How is the connection to country different for Aboriginal people compared to non-Aboriginal people's love of nature or sense of belonging to an area? What is Aboriginal spirituality? These writings are generous, inclusive and considerate of the non-Aboriginal reader's feelings. They are hopeful for the future, with an emphasis on acknowledging, joining, collaborating and caring. From the Introduction: “The value that Aboriginal women place on relationships emanates throughout the book.”--Publisher's website.
Terszak, Mary, -- 1942-
Harris, Shirley
Harris, Kathleen, -- 1910-1960
Harris, Lyndon Charles, -- born 1907
Kickett-Tucker, Cheryl
Mia, Tjalaminu
Dixon, Beryl
Farmer, Emily, -- 1857-1952
Bin Sallik, Mary-Ann, -- 1940-
Winch, Marie Joan, -- 1935-
Herbert, Jeannie, -- 1943-
Kwaymullina, Ambelin
Dudgeon, Patricia
Subject Sister Kate's Children's Home (W.A.)
Aboriginal Australian women college teachers
Child welfare - Child / parent separation
History - Genealogy and family history
Occupations - Managers and executives
Education - Tertiary - Staff
Social identity
Homosexuality
Gender relations - Feminism
Literature and stories - Poetry
Colonisation
Noongar / Nyungar / Nyungah people (W41) (WA SI50)
Women, Aboriginal Australian -- Family relationships
Essays
Australian essays -- Women authors
Aboriginal Australian authors
Social conditions
Additional Author Dudgeon, Patricia
Herbert, Jeannie
Milroy, Jill
Oxenham, Darlene
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