Foreword / Ian Thorpe -- Introduction / Frances Peters-Little -- Pt 1. Massacres: 1. The country has another past: Queensland and the History Wars / Raymond Evans -- 2. 'Hard evidence': the debate about massacre in the Black War in Tasmania / Lyndall Ryan -- 3. Epistemological vertigo and allegory: thoughts on massacres, actual, surrogate, and averted - Beersheba, Wake in Fright, Australia / John Docker -- Pt 2. Myths: 4. Remembering the referendum with compassion / Frances Peters-Little -- 5. Idle men: the eighteenth-century roots of the Indigenous indolence myth / Shino Konishi -- 6. 'These unoffending people': myth, history and the idea of Aboriginal resistance in David Collins' Account of the English Colony in New South Wales / Rachel Standfield -- 7. Demythologising Flynn, with love: contesting missionaries in Central Australia in the twentieth century / David Trudinger -- Pt 3. Memory and oral history: 8. Paul Robeson's visit to Australia and Aboriginal activism, 1960 / Ann Curthoys -- 9. Using poetry to capture the Aboriginal voice in oral history transcripts / Lorina Barker -- Pt 4. Identity, myth and memory: 10. Making a debut: myths, memories and mimesis / Anna Cole -- 11. Identity and identification: Aboriginality from the Spanish Civil War to the French ghettos / Vanessa Castejon -- 12. Urban Aboriginal ceremony: when seeing is not believing / Kristina Everett -- 13. Island Home Country: working with Aboriginal protocols in a documentary film about colonisation and growing up white in Tasmania / Jeni Thornley -- Pt 5. The stolen generations: 14. Reconciliation without history: state crime and state punishment in Chile and Australia / Peter Read -- 15. Overheard - conversations of a museum curator / Jay Arthur, with Barbara Paulson and Troy Pickwick -- 16. On the significance of saying 'sorry': apology and reconciliation in Australia / Isabelle Auguste
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