TURN THIS WATER INTO WINE

@article{Caruso2012TURNTW,
  title={TURN THIS WATER INTO WINE},
  author={Jennifer Caruso},
  journal={Australian Feminist Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={279 - 287}
}
Abstract Since the continent of the Australian Aborigines was colonised, most commentary on the ‘natives’ was in terms of being child-like and that the state of being of the native personified the basic elements of nature. Over the twentieth century—while attempting simultaneously to preserve and extinguish the ‘tangible form’ and the ‘true nature’ of the Aborigine—much effort was directed towards biologically and socially transmuting the substance of the native into a mimicry of whiteness… Expand
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