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Paul Newbury

Paul W Newbury writes on Indigenous issues. In 2008, his short story Encounters with Strangers was published in the Royal Australian History Journal; in 2011, his Reconciliation Trilogy: Why Wattle Day should be our National Day, Forgotten Aboriginal War Heroes and Why Mabo deserves a Holiday was published in Eureka Street and in 2012, his Perspectives of identity was published in the Griffith Review Ebook Provocations.
Itís time to commemorate the Frontier Wars
Indigenous Affairs - 30/01/2014 - 24 comments
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