Reports From a Wild Country: Ethics of Decolonisation

Reports From a Wild Country Ethics of Decolonisation Explores some of Australia s major ethical challenges Written in the midst of rapid social and environmental change and in a time of uncertainty and division it offers powerful stories and arguments

  • Title: Reports From a Wild Country: Ethics of Decolonisation
  • Author: Deborah Bird Rose
  • ISBN: 9780868407982
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Explores some of Australia s major ethical challenges Written in the midst of rapid social and environmental change and in a time of uncertainty and division, it offers powerful stories and arguments for ethical choice and commitment The focus is on reconciliation between Indigenous and Settler peoples, and with nature.

    One thought on “Reports From a Wild Country: Ethics of Decolonisation”

    1. I loved, loved, loved this book! It is a great insight into not only the past of Indigenous Australians, but also the process of colonisation and how we can begin to right these wrongs. Rose doesn’t take a negative tone when writing this reflection, whilst making sure that it serves a great reminder that Australia has a long way to go before we can begin to heal some pretty horrible wounds.The structure of this book is fantastic – it starts with the past ethical considerations and practices [...]

    2. An underdeveloped account of both ethics and decolonization. Bird Rose starts off with an interesting project and then puts it immediately to the side.

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