Vol 5, No 1 (2008)

Edited by Chris Prentice and Vijay Devadas

Table of Contents


Postcolonial Studies and the Cultural Politics of Everyday Life PDF
Christine Ann Prentice, Vijay Devadas pp 1-19
Settler Society and Postcolonial Apologies in Australia and New Zealand PDF
Jennifer Lawn pp 20-40
The Flavours of the Indigenous: Branding Native Food Products in Contemporary Australia PDF
Charlotte Craw pp 41-62
‘Any dead bodies we can exhume?’ Story-Blood and the Politics of Cultural Appropriation in Paula Morris’s Queen of Beauty, Hibiscus Coast, and ‘Rangatira’ PDF
Ann Katherine Pistacchi pp 63-81
Postcolonial Literary Criticism and Global Warming PDF
Elizabeth Anne Maxwell pp 82-101
Indigenous Child Protection Policy in Australia: Using Whiteness Theory for Social Work PDF
Susan Young pp 102-123
15 October 2007, Aotearoa: Race, Terror and Sovereignty PDF
Vijay Devadas pp 124-151

Book Reviews

A Polymath Anthropologist; Oceanic Music Encounters; Normal Humanness, Change and Power in Human Assisted Reproductive Technology; The Social Ecology of New Technologies and Haemophilia; Indian Settlers, the story of a New Zealand South Asian Community PDF