Indigenous networks: Mobility, connections and exchange

  title={Indigenous networks: Mobility, connections and exchange},
  author={Jane Carey and Jane Lydon},
Introduction: Indigenous Networks: Historical Trajectories and Contemporary Connections Jane Carey and Jane Lydon Part I: Imperial Networks from the Mid-Nineteenth Century: Colonial Governance, Humanitarianism and Indigenous Experience 1. The Slave-Owner and the Settler Catherine Hall 2. Indigenous Engagements with Humanitarian Governance: The Port Phillip Protectorate of Aborigines and "Humanitarian Space" Alan Lester 3. "The Lying Name of 'Government'": Empire, Mobility and Political Rights… 
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