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Telling the Truth about Aboriginal History

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9781741145779
Author(s): Bain Attwood
Format: Paperback
Year: 2006
Edition: 1st
Publisher: Allen & Unwin Academic
Dimensions: 147 x 235 x 17 (w x l x h)
Pages: 264

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'Lucid, restrained, persuasive. If there is such a thing as the history wars, then Bain Attwood has struck a major blow for the peace process. Telling the Truth About Aboriginal History is unflinchingly fair, scholarly, and refreshingly accessible.'..Hugh Mackay, social researcher and author..'Genuinely good Australian history is under serious attack and Attwood's book is a brilliant battlefield analysis.'..Alan Atkinson, Australian Research Council Professorial Fellow..'Hard-hitting but always thoughtful, Bain Attwood's rich, informed, and powerful book. has much to say about the centrality of history and memory to debates on the future of social justice in democratic societies.'..Professor Dipesh Chakrabarty, University of Chicago..Once upon a time historical controversies were debated among a small circle of academic historians. Today they are the subject of intense 'history wars' fought out in parliament, court rooms, museums, newspapers, cafes and blog sites...Bain Attwood takes us to the heart of the conflict about the Aboriginal past in Australia.
He tracks the growing popularity of history and weighs the consequences for the nature of historical knowledge and the authority of the historian. He asks why and how Aboriginal history has become central to Australian politics, culture and identity. He examines the work of historical 'revisionists' and tests their promise of historical truth. Finally, Attwood ponders how the traumatic histo
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