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Storying Social Movement/s

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  • Brings together narratives of historically silenced Aboriginal Australian, young and intersex activists
  • Stories social movements on the margins using diverse and creative forms
  • Includes lived experiences of marginalised voices from academic and non-academic backgrounds

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This book stories social movements on the margins. Foregrounding historically silenced, dismissed and ignored Aboriginal, young, voiceless, and intersex Australian activists, the book theorizes how movement away from exclusionary praxis at the margins can offer renewed hope. Using diverse and creative forms of research underpinned by storying, social movement and critical race theoretical  knowledge with  a commitment to social justice, this book will be of interest and value to scholars of cultural studies,  Indigenous studies, education,  human geography, political sciences, and sociology.

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Table of contents (7 chapters)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University, Bilinga, Australia

    Louise Gwenneth Phillips

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia

    Tracey Bunda

About the editors

Louise Gwenneth Phillips is an Associate Professor in Education at Southern Cross University, Australia.

Tracey Bunda is Academic Director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland, Australia.

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