In this unit, students will explore the processes of colonisation from an Indigenous persons' perspective as a colonised subject. Students will analyse the processes of colonisation and their impact upon the individuals, cultures and societies of contemporary Indigenous Australia, and examine ideas and practices underpinning Indigenous and non-Indigenous interpretations and representations of Australian history. It will provide students with the opportunity to engage with a long tradition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social action and resistance, and the ongoing production of an Indigenous counter-history.
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