Recollections of frontier violence resonate through the trauma narratives of ethnic groups across the world. For those Indigenous populations that have survived colonial violence and found their social and cultural geographies existing within the contact zone, the experience has triggered varied cultural responses. Ranging from simmering agitation to overheating in the most aggressive of cases, responses often bring with them a realisation that things will never be the same again. Rapid cultural change or the slowing down and discontinuation of long held cultural practices can trigger profound reflexivity. With quiet and individual reflection or public and political group dissent and...
|Title of host publication||Identity Destabilised|
|Subtitle of host publication||living in an overheated world|
|Place of Publication||Chicago|
|Publisher||Pluto Press - University of Chicago Press|
|Number of pages||21|
|ISBN (Print)||9780745399133, 9780745399126|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2016|