JEASA (2013- ) Vol. 4, no.1-2 (2013)

JEASA (2013- )

Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia. ISSN 2013-6897.


Victoria Grieves
Introduction. We are survivors: the persistence of life and hope in Aboriginal marriage, family and kinship practices
Victoria Grieves
“We are survivors”: a play by Puralia Jim Everett
Jim Everett
We Are Survivors
Kathleen Butler
Into the Photo Box: An alternative way of approaching the Aboriginal family
John Boulton
Reading Coolibah’s Story: As told by Coolibah to John Boulton
Jeanie Bell
The persistence of Aboriginal kinship and marriage rules in Australia: Adapting traditional ways into modern practices
Karen Hughes
Becoming Rosalind’s daughter: Reflections on intercultural kinship and embodied histories
Kim Burke and Victoria Grieves
My grandfather’s family secrets: unravelling layers of race and belonging in an Australian mixed-race family
Pauline Marsh
Family tremors: Margot Nash’s Call Me Mum
Victoria Grieves and Paulette Whitton
"All my relos": Aunty June Barker speaks of her family history
Martina Horáková
Tracking precarious lives in Stephen Kinnane’s Shadow Lines
Clare Britton
Posts in a Paddock: revisiting the Jimmy Governor tragedy, approaching reconciliation and connecting families through the medium of theatre
Estelle Castro
‘Behind every suffering, there is a human life worth loving’: uniqueness, universality and hope in Samson and Delilah
Marcus Waters
Getting it right: protecting family, kinship and traditional practices in Kamilaroi Aboriginal First Nation knowledge
Iva Polak
Margie West, ed., Yulyurlu: Lorna Fencer Napurrurla (2011)
Victoria Grieves
Nancy de Vries, Gaynor Macdonald, Jane Mears and Anna Nettheim, One Life, Two Stories: Nancy de Vries' journey home (2012)
Matt Poll
Patti Miller, The Mind of a Thief (2012)