Australian Journal of Politics and History 69 (2023), 1

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Australian Journal of Politics and History 69 (2023), 1
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Special Issue: Living under Aboriginal Exemption: Negotiating State Governments' Policies and Practices

Richmond (Victoria) 2023: Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd
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Issue Edited by: Judi Wickes, Kella Robinson, Lucinda Aberdeen, Katherine Ellinghaus, Jennifer Jones.



Living Under Aboriginal Exemption: Negotiating State Governments' Policies and Practices
Judi Wickes, Kella Robinson, Lucinda Aberdeen
Pages: 1–5


Yubbi Yarning Circle Model: Collective Narratives and Cultural Expression in the Journey of Trauma
Peta Wanjunagalin, Robyn E Thompson
Pages: 6–34

“Never Look Back, Always Look Forward”: The Early Life of Nancy Power
Judi Wickes, Katherine Ellinghaus
Pages: 35–49

Exemptions from Compulsory Income Management: A Short “History of the Present”
Robyn Newitt, Leanne Weber, Sara Maher
Pages: 50–66

Another Form of Aboriginal Exemption – Employment as Protection Against Removal
Christina Elizabeth Lawrence
Pages: 67–83

Married to a “British Subject”
Jacinta Walsh
Pages: 84–109

A Her-Storical Biography and Finding Family History Through the Archives
Kath Apma Penangke Travis
Pages: 110–121

Exemption and Nyungar Letters in the West Australian Archives
Anna Haebich, Darryl Kickett, Margaret Colbung
Pages: 122–139

Exemption: A Gendered History
Victoria K. Haskins
Pages: 140–155

Book Reviews

Broken Spear: The Untold Story of Black Tom Birch, The Man who Sparked Australia's Bloodiest War. By Robert Cox (Mile End SA: Wakefield Press, 2021), pp. xxi + 299.
Libby Connors
Pages: 156–157

The Party: The Communist Party of Australia from Heyday to Reckoning. By Stuart Macintyre (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2022), pp. xiv + 498, 49 b&w photographs.
Jeff Rickertt
Pages: 157–159

The Gypsy Economist: The Life and Times of Colin Clark. By Alex Millmow (Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), pp. xx + 396, 9 b&w photographs.
John Quiggin
Pages: 159–161

The War Game: Australia's War Leadership from Gallipoli to Iraq. By David Horner (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2022), pp. x + 464. ISBN 978 1 76106 595 8.
John Moses
Pages: 161–163

Under a Bad Sun: Police, Politics and Corruption in Australia. By Paul Bleakley (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2021), pp. 279.
Tim Prenzler
Pages: 163–164

History Wars. The Peter Ryan-Manning Clark Controversy. By Munro Doug (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 2021), ajph12903vi +193 pp., colour and b/w illustrations.
Andrew G. Bonnell
Pages: 164–165

Exiting War: The British Empire and the 1918–20 moment. Edited by Romain Fathi, Margaret Hutchison, Andrekos Varnava, and Michael J. K. Walsh (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2022), pp. ix + 212.
Douglas Newton
Pages: 165–166

Empire and Indigeneity: Histories and Legacies. By Richard, Price (London: Routledge, 2021), pp. xii + 358.
Harry Hobbs
Pages: 166–168

The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity. By David Graeber and David Wengrow (London: Allen Lane, 2021), pp. xii + 692. 9 b&w images.
Amy Way
Pages: 168–169

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