It’s Reconciliation week – time to take action! Read the latest volume of Aboriginal History now
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Aboriginal History Journal, Volume 44: Out now

Reconciliation Week – ‘Taking Action’

Publishing in time for Reconciliation Week, the latest volume of Aboriginal History examines the way the global pandemic has impacted how Australia remembered Cook’s landing 250 years on, the historical significance of smoke in relation to Australia’s startling bushfires in the summer of 2020 and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Yirrambal the rainbow serpent, 2019

Achieving reconciliation and reconnection through a re‑remembering of our past

Delve deeper into Australia’s forgotten history by reading an article from one of our authors. Charlotte Ward demonstrates how the commemoration of Cook’s visit facilitated a process of reconciliation within the Cooktown community.

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Want to know more? All our titles are free to access and download. Browse our backlist to learn more about Indigenous history and issues facing First Nations’ people.

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Find out what’s coming soon

We have a huge month coming up with 5 compelling titles to be published. From women in broadcasting to energy strategy in the Asia Pacific—get notified when a new title is released by heading over to the ‘Coming Soon’ section on our website, clicking the ‘Notify Me’ button next to the relevant book and registering your details.

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