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Trauma trails, recreating song lines : the transgenerational effects of trauma in Indigenous Australia / Judy Atkinson.

By: Publication details: North Melbourne, Vic. : Spinifex Press, 2002.Description: xi, 324 p. ; 22 cmISBN:
  • 1876756225 :
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 155.93 21
  • 305.89/915 22
  • 155.930899915 22
LOC classification:
  • RC451.5.A95 A85 2002
NLM classification:
  • 2010 L-817
  • WB 885
Other classification:
  • 73.99
Online resources: Available additional physical forms:
  • Also available online (Table of contents)
Contents:
Prologue. Great-grandmother' s Gift - Chapter One. Dadirri: listening to one another - Chapter Two. Song lines and trauma trails - Chapter Three. We Al-li: a program of healing - Chapter Four. The way of the human being i: the trauma story - Chapter Five. The way of the human being ii: the healing story - Chapter Six. To unite hearts and establish order - Epilogue. Healing dreaming.
Summary: Providing a ground-breaking answer to the questions of how to solve the problems of cross-generational trauma, Trauma Trails moves beyhond the rhetoric of victimhood, and provides inspiration for anyone concerned about Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities today.
Holdings
Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
Book Book Jessie Street National Women's Library 155.93 ATK (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available for reference in the library and ILL 67402

Aboriginal content.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Prologue. Great-grandmother' s Gift - Chapter One. Dadirri: listening to one another - Chapter Two. Song lines and trauma trails - Chapter Three. We Al-li: a program of healing - Chapter Four. The way of the human being i: the trauma story - Chapter Five. The way of the human being ii: the healing story - Chapter Six. To unite hearts and establish order - Epilogue. Healing dreaming.

Providing a ground-breaking answer to the questions of how to solve the problems of cross-generational trauma, Trauma Trails moves beyhond the rhetoric of victimhood, and provides inspiration for anyone concerned about Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities today.

Also available online (Table of contents)

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