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245 00 Legacies of violence :|brendering the unspeakable past in 
       modern Australia /|cedited by Robert Mason 
264  1 New York :|bBerghahn Books,|c2017 
300    vii, 258 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction: Rendering the legacies of the past / Robert 
       Mason -- The politics of state-sanctioned violence in 
       Australia : racialized constructions of nation / Linda 
       Briskman -- Part I. Hidden violence -- Uncovering the 
       shameful : sexual violence on an Australian colonial 
       frontier / Libby Connors -- Fighting for dignity : migrant
       identities in the workplaces of northern Australia / 
       Robert Mason -- The family trust : on assimilation, 
       migration and concealing ambivalent identities / Ruth 
       Longdin -- Legacies of the Uyghur homeland and Uyghur-
       Australians / Anna Hayes -- Part II. Intimate violence -- 
       The Greek Civil War, child removal, and traumatic pasts in
       Australia / Joy Damousi -- From hell to hope : postwar 
       Jewish Holocaust survivor migration / Suzanne Rutland -- 
       HIV/AIDS, loss, and the Australian gay community / Robert 
       Reynolds and Shirleene Robinson -- Part III. Sanctioned 
       violence -- The RSL and post-World War I returned soldier 
       violence in Australia / Martin Crotty -- Service personnel
       : Australian experiences of interculturality and violence 
       in British India / Richard Gehrmann -- Race and ethnicity 
       in sex crimes trials from 1950s Australia / Andy 
       Kaladelfos and Lisa Featherstone -- The violence of 
       exclusion : Australia's migration zone excision and the 
       state of exception / Farida Fozdar 
520 2  "Whether in the form of warfare, dispossession, forced 
       migration, or social prejudice, Australia's sense of 
       nationhood was born from--and continues to be defined by--
       experiences of violence. Legacies of Violence probes this 
       brutal legacy through case studies that range from the 
       colonial frontier to modern domestic spaces, exploring 
       themes of empathy, isolation, and Australians' imagined 
       place in the world. Moving beyond the primacy that is 
       typically accorded white accounts of violence, 
       contributors place particular emphasis on the experiences 
       of those perceived to be on the social periphery, 
       repositioning them at the center of Australia's 
       relationship to global events and debates"--Provided by 
       publisher 
650  0 Violence|zAustralia|xHistory 
650  0 Violence|zAustralia|vCase studies 
650  0 Marginality, Social|zAustralia|xHistory 
651  0 Australia|xSocial conditions 
651  0 Australia|xRace relations 
651  0 Australia|xEthnic relations 
700 1  Mason, Robert,|d1981-|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tLegacies of violence|dNew York : 
       Berghahn Books, 2017|z9781785334375|w(DLC) 2016054587 
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