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Class Notes for HIST106 at Australian Catholic University

Australian Indigenous Peoples: Past and Present

HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Trial Of Lex Wotton, Bringing Them Home, Chris Sarra
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 23 October 2017 Conclusions Research Essay Tips Essay essentials: defined argument, support with evidence (avoid generalisations that in all places and all times, the same thing occurs), commu...

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HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Queensland, Great Palm Island, United Nations Human Rights Council
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 16 October 2017 Understanding Palm Island Last fortnight in the news Oct 6, Townsville: the activist Dr Evelyn Scott became the first Indigenous woman to have a state funeral Oct 12, Darwin: ...

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pearl Hunting
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 18 September 2017 Indigenous Labour Regulations that controlled Indigenous Labour were introduced at the same time as regulations controlling the removal of children and missions and reserves....

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Terra Nullius, Customary Land, High Court Of Australia
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 11 September 2017 Rights and Equalities 2017: Anniversaries 50 years since 1967 referendum 10 years since U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples e.g. o Article 2 Indigenous peop...

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HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Thomas Petrie, Andrew Bolt, Coranderrk
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 4 September 2017 Assimilation Todays Lecture - Assimilation: what it is, and what it has meant for Indigenous Australians - Evolut...

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Stolen Generations, Family Values
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 28 August 2017 Missions and Reserves This should be understood as part of an ongoing narrative. Relates to and coexist with: o The violence of colonisation Follow the violence of colonisation ...

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture 4: The Age of Race
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 21 August 2017 The Age of Race Previously in HIST106 The history were examining has clear contemporary relevance and ramifications Scientific investigations have proven that Indigenous Austra...

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Joseph Gellibrand, Keith Windschuttle, Geoffrey Blainey
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 14 August 2017 The Myth of Peaceful Settlement Todays lecture - Argument: the land was not discovered, but forcibly taken - Rejec...

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Electoral District Of Maiwar, Brisbane River, Hunter-Gatherer
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 7 August 2017 Reminder: appropriate use of Terminology Avoid stereotypes and blanket statements. Rather than aborigines or aboriginals Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; Indigenou...

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Eleanor Morecroft
HIST106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Political Correctness, Manning Clark, Ernest Scott
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HIST106 Lecture Notes Monday 31 July 2017 Aims of the unit To offer a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, history and contemporary issues. To build an understanding of how the past in...

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