Books Received for Review

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Bagshaw, Geoffrey 2003, The Karajarri claim: a case-study in native title anthropology, University of Sydney, Sydney, 108 pp, ISBN 1864875925.

Broome, Richard 2005, Aboriginal Victorians: a history since 1800, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, xxv + 467 pp, ISBN 1741145694.

Buti, Antonio 2004, Separated: Aboriginal childhood separations and guardianship law, Sydney Institute of Criminology, Sydney, 233 pp, ISBN 0975196723.

Charlesworth, Max, Francoise Dussart and Howard Morphy (eds) 2005, Aboriginal religions in Australia: an anthology of recent writings, Ashgate, Hants, xii + 324 pp, ISBN 0754651282.

Cowlishaw, Gillian 2004, Blackfellas whitefellas and the hidden injuries of race, Blackwell Publishing, Melbourne, xvi + 272 pp, ISBN 1405114037.

Davis, Richard (ed.) 2004, Woven histories dancing lives: Torres Strait Islander identity, culture and history, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, xvii + 313 pp, ISBN 085575432X.

Gorman, Sean 2005, Brotherboys: the story of Jim and Phillip Krakouer, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 269 pp, ISBN 1741145953.

Greene, Sandra 2002, Sacred sites and the colonial encounter: a history of meaning and memory in Ghana, Indiana University Press, Bloomington & Indianapolis, xix + 200 pp, ISBN 025334073X.

Greer, Germaine 2004 Whitefella jump up: the shortest Way to Nationhood, Profile Books, London, 232 pp, ISBN 1861977395.

Grossman, Michele (ed.) 2003, Blacklines: contemporary critical writing by Indigenous Australians, MUP, Melbourne, xiii + 244 pp, ISBN 0522850693.

Jordan, Ivan 2003, Their way: towards an Indigenous Warlpiri Christianity, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, vii + 157 pp, ISBN 1376248874. …

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