Vol 12, No 5 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction PDF
Michelle Harris, Bronwyn Carlson

Poem

Poem: When the media asks about the Māori . . . PDF
Te Kahu Rolleston

Articles

Think global, act local: How underground hip-hop gets down Down Under PDF
Frederick W. Gooding, Matthew Brandel, Corbin Jountti, Andrew Shadwick, Bryantee Williams-Bailey
Mudjil’dya’djurali Dabuwa’Wurrata (How the White Waratah Became Red) PDF
Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews, Frances Bodkin, Gavin Andrews, Alison Whittaker
Striking the right chord: Indigenous people and the love of country PDF
Bronwyn Carlson
Where Wounded Knee meets wounded knees: Skate parks and Native American youth PDF
Hilary N. Weaver
Pedagogy, pleasure and the art of poking fun: Anti-colonial humour in Australian Indigenous studies PDF
Gary Jones, Colleen McGloin
“I’m just as Indian standing before you with no feathers popping out of my head”: Critiquing Indigenous performativity in the YouTube performances of the 1491s PDF
Jeffrey L. Berglund
Embodying an imagined other through rebellion, resistance and joy: Mardi Gras Indians and Black indigeneity PDF
Ricardo Guthrie
Lipstick clapsticks: A yarn and a Kiki with an Aboriginal drag queen PDF
Andrew Farrell


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