We publish edited volumes and monographs in a range of areas including land rights and native title, history, anthropology, cultural and legal studies, governance, education, linguistics and health.
Aboriginal Suicide is Different: A portrait of life and self-destructionColin Tatz
Aboriginal Suicide is Different is a study of youth who have, or feel they have, no purpose in life — or who may be seeking freedom in death. It is a portrait of life, and of self-destruction, by young Australian Aboriginal men and women.
Aboriginal Sydney: A guide to important places of the past and present (Second edition)Melinda Hinkson, Alana Harris
Aboriginal Sydney is both a guide book and an alternative social history, told through precincts of significance to the city’s Indigenous people.
Aboriginal ways of using EnglishDiana Eades
This new collection by Professor Diana Eades addresses the way non-traditional language Aboriginal speakers of English use and speak English. To understand Aboriginal ways of speaking English leads to better understanding Aboriginal identity, a
Aborigines and the 'Sport of Kings': Aboriginal jockeys in Australian racing history (Third edition)John Maynard
Coming from an Aboriginal family involved in racing, John Maynard has always know there have been more Aboriginal jockeys contributing to Australian racing than is generally known. In Aborigines and the ‘Sport of Kings’ he combines his skills as a
Alice's daughter: lost mission childRhonda Collard-Spratt, Jacki Ferro
In 1954, aged three, Rhonda Collard-Spratt was taken from her Aboriginal family and placed on Carnarvon Native Mission, Western Australia.
An appreciation of difference: WEH Stanner and Aboriginal AustraliaMelinda Hinkson, Jeremy Beckett
Hinkson and Beckett have drawn together some of Australia’s leading academics working in Aboriginal studies to provide an historical and analytical context for WEH Stanner’s work, as well as demonstrating the continuing relevance of his writings in
Anna the Goanna and other poemsJill McDougall, Jenny Taylor
Cheeky dogs, slippery snakes and crocodiles with big smiles join Anna in this collection of lively illustrated poems. With warmth and respect, we’re taken into the children’s lives as they camp under the stars, go hunting for tucker and play footy in
Arresting Incarceration - Pathways out of Indigenous imprisonmentDon Weatherburn
Rates of Indigenous imprisonment have soared despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. What has gone wrong?