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Indigenous People, Crime and Punishment
Introduction: Re-imagining the Indigenous criminal Chapter One: Introduction to Indigenous Representations In Criminal Sentencing Chapter two: Historicisng Colonial and Postcolonial Indigenous CrimeExpand
Addressing the “crime problem" of the Northern Territory Intervention: alternate paths to regulating minor driving offences in remote Indigenous communities
This study examines the incidence of Indigenous driving offending in the Northern Territory since 2006 and assesses the effectiveness of law enforcement in addressing this crime. It seeks toExpand
Biopower of Colonialism in Carceral Contexts: Implications for Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
This article argues that criminal justice and health institutions under settler colonialism collude to create and sustain “truths” about First Nations lives that often render them as “bare life,” toExpand
Labour Relations on Northern Cattle Stations: Feudal Exploitation and Accommodation
The co-existing land interests of Aborigines and colonisers on northern Australian cattle stations had feudal qualities that helped sustain the cattle industry for over a century. The feudal form ofExpand
Settling with Indigenous People: Modern Treaty and Agreement-Making
Negotiating Indigenous land rights has become known as the new third way. It is the alternative to native title claims and claims under land rights legislation. Negotiation of land and otherExpand
Courthouse Design Principles to Dignify Spaces for Indigenous Users: preliminary observations
Historically, Australian court architecture layout, design and details are intimately tied to the physical aspects of British imperial institutions.  Displaying the visual features of the Empire’sExpand
Hyperincarceration and Indigeneity
Indigenous people have been subject to policies that disproportionately incarcerate them since the genesis of colonization of their lands. Incarceration is one node of a field of colonial oppressionExpand
Growing Up Surplus to Humanity: Aboriginal Children in the Northern Territory
In the Northern Territory (NT), all children in youth detention are Aboriginal and their numbers have been steadily growing over the past decade. This article examines the transcripts of the RoyalExpand