Australian Aboriginal Studies (AAS) Journal 2020 (Volume 1 and 2) -
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Australian Aboriginal Studies (AAS) Journal 2020 (Volume 1 and 2)

Journal of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Editors: Dr Lawrence Bamblett (Vol. 1), Lisa Strelein (Vol. 2) and Guest Editor Craig Ritchie (Vol. 2)

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Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal (AASJ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal promoting high-quality research in Australian Indigenous studies, with a focus on the humanities read more

Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal (AASJ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal promoting high-quality research in Australian Indigenous studies, with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. It is published for a wide audience in both print and digital form, and visual content is encouraged.

The journal is released twice each year. Both available in digital and hard copy format.

Print:

Purchase the 'Print' journal and receive hard copies of Volumes 1 and 2 of the AAS Journal. 

Online:

Purchase the 'Online' journal and receive access to download your pdf of Volumes 1 and 2 of the AAS Journal.  Once your order is placed, you'll receive an email with your unique access link to download your copies instantly.

Print and Online:
Purchase the 'Online and Print' journal and receive hard copies of Volumes 1 and 2 of the AAS Journal and access to download your pdf of both Volumes. Once your order is placed, you'll receive an email with your unique access link to download your copies instantly.

 

Note: Subscriptions purchased before December 1st 2020 will receive each volume separately in both print and online formats. For online subscriptions, an updated access link will be emailed automatically when the latest volume is available

Individuals, organisations and students can subscribe to Australian Aboriginal Studies. Standing orders are available for organisations. 

Please contact asp to enquire about digital access to journal volumes prior to 2018. 

Production Details

Volume 1

  • paperback and digital
  • 246mm x 189mm (paperback)
  • 98pp
  • Released June 2020
  • Release Jan 1 2021 (Issue 2)
  • ISBN 2370000807649

Volume 2

  • paperback and digital
  • 246mm x 189mm (paperback)
  • 84pp
  • Released December 2020
  • ISBN 2370000874399
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Content

Volume 1

Major Articles

The experiences of Native American girls attending Sherman Indian High School; Jessa Rogers and Lori Sisquoc 

Are Aboriginal people a threat to the modern nation? A study of newsprint coverage of a racial discrimination complaint; Heidi Norman, Mehal Krayem, Cale Bain and Therese Apolonio

Aboriginal research methods and researcher reflections on working two-ways to investigate culturally secure birthing for Aboriginal women; Rhonda Marriott, Tracy Reibel, Janinne Gliddon, Denese Griffin, Juli Coffin, Anne-Marie Eades, Melanie Robinson, Angela Bowen, Sally Kendall, Tracy Martin, Leanne Monterosso, Fiona Stanley and Roz Walker 

Presenting to hospital emergency: analysis of clinical notes for Indigenous and non-Indigenous patients with traumatic brain injury in North Queensland; Sarah Veli-Gold, John Gilroy, Alan Clough, Fintan Thompson, Michelle Fitts, Adrian Esterman, Jennifer Fleming, Paul Maruff and India Bohanna 

Research report

Strengths and challenges of Aboriginal art centre marketing; Skye Akbar and Anne Sharp 

Volume 2

Editorial

Craig Ritchie

Major Articles

Marrathalpu mayingku ngiya kiyi. Minyawaa ngiyani yata punmalaka; wangaaypu kirrampili kara. In the beginning it was our people’s law. What makes us well; to never be sick. Cohort profile of Mayi Kuwayu: the National Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing; Raymond Lovett, Makayla-May Brinckley, Bronwen Phillips, Janet Chapman, Katherine A Thurber, Roxanne Jones, Emily Banks, Terry Dunbar, Anna Olsen and Mark Wenitong

Re-placing schooling in Country: Australian stories of teaching and learning for social and ecological renewal; Karulkiyalu Country, Paul Gordon, David Spillman and Ben Wilson

Memory poles within Toonooba: carvings of place, identity and Country along the Fitzroy River; Bronwyn Fredericks and Abraham Bradfield

Walking the line between academic expectations and fulfilling obligations to the mob: qualitative research processes for researching in Australian Aboriginal contexts; Sharman Okan and Jillene Harris

Commentary

Knowledge and power: the tale of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data; Raymond Lovett, Jacob Prehn, Bhiamie Williamson, Bobby Maher, Vanessa Lee, Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews and Maggie Walter

About The Author

The ASS Journal comprises of many contributing authors. For more information on contributors, please refer to the content section above.

About The Cover

'Ngangk Boodjar', 2018, mural compiled by Aunty Millie Penny from Birthing on Ngangk Boodjar Symposium participants' artwork.

Honouring Land Connections floodmarker artworks in Toonooba Park, Rockhampton, by artists Pamela Croft-Warcon, Kaylene Butler, Howard (Joe) Butler and Trey Butler. Photograph by Bronwyn Fredericks. Photographs of detail from the work are included in Brownyn Fredericks and Abraham Bradfield’s paper in this issue.

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