Ngoonjook Edition 29

A journal of Australian Indigenous Issues
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Ngoonjook seeks to make relevant material available to an Indigenous readership and to all those interested in Indigenous Australian issues. Themes explored include: education, health, cultural identity, natural and cultural resource management, the arts and linguistics.

Articles in this issue:

  • Review: Wordstorm 2006 by Gloria Corliss
  • Wordstorm interview with Stephen Hagan by Gloria Corliss and Beatrice Panton
  • Wordstorm interview with Romaine Moreton by Alfred and Irene Green
  • Alone on the soaks of Loves Creek by Alec Kruger, supported by Gerard Waterford
  • Just another day? by Ali Cobby Eckermann
  • Pina wiya (No ears!) by Ali Cobby Eckermann
  • Interview with Alan Kickett and Beverley Rebbeck by Karen Manton
  • Something Tönnies said... social theory and the de/construction of Aboriginality by Anthony Fraser
  • Travelling to Manmoyi by Sonia Tidemann
  • Writing the ‘Other’ and other fantasies by Janine Oldfield
  • Book review: Shadow lines by Stephen Kinnane by Jeanie Bell
  • Book review: The N word by Stephen Hagan by Aden Ridgeway
  • Book review: Blacklines: contemporary critical writing by Indigenous Australians by Gillian Cowlishaw


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Gloria Corliss
Beatrice Panton
Alfred Green
Irene Green
Alec Kruger
Gerard Waterford
Ali Cobby Eckermann
Karen Manton
Anthony Fraser
Sonia Tidemann
Janine Oldfield
Jeanie Bell
Aden Ridgeway
Gillian Cowlishaw


Abie Jangala

Project Manager: 

Maree Klesch

Desktop Publisher: 

Lon Garrick


Karen Manton
Maree Klesch
Dr. Sonia Tidemann
Dr. Greg Maguire
Prue King
Nathalie Smith
Melodie Bat
Alison Reedy
Kathryn Brewer
Eleanor Hogan

Graphic Designer: 

Joanne Wood

Colour Format: 

Colour Cover, Black & White Pages

Binding Type: 

Perfect Bound
Dimensions: 230 mm × 155 mm × 10 mm
Weight: 200 g

Date Published: 

Friday, August 4, 2006