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Definition of the noun Aboriginality
What does Aboriginality mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: aboriginalities
- The quality of being aboriginal.
- The distinctive culture of aboriginal peoples
- The spiritual bonds between the aboriginal people and their place of heritage.
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Black Words, White Page (2004)
Aboriginal Literature 1929-1988 by Adam Shoemaker
As Bullie's House illustrates, Aboriginality is a very difficult ...
by Jon C. Altman, John Nieuwenhuysen
Settled Australia II: the major urban areas For them Aboriginality is a fact primarily of being racially different from the white community - rather than deriving from cultural and historical tradition. H. C. Coombs, The Future of the Australian ...
by Jens Dahl
Aboriginality is a specifically complicated criterion when used in Asia and Africa but, even on these continents, all peoples who claim to be accepted as indigenous peoples associate themselves with a specific territory. Like the definitional ...
Disciplined Natives (2012)
Race, Freedom and Confinement in Colonial India by Satadru Sen
Aboriginality is a residue of savagery and a political construction initiated by non- aborigines, although it may not remain so in all historical situations. In India, where there is no 'classical' settler colonialism,59 the concept of the 'tribal' or ...
Volume 2: Challenging the Field by Yoke-Sum Wong, Derek Sayer
Aboriginality is a processual identity. Powerful forces in society and law want to deny that. They want Aboriginality to be frozen in time and place somewhere – in boomerangs, didjeridus and piccaninnies. Powerful forces, especially in law, ...
by Ian Buchanan
aboriginality A term coined by Indigenous Australian anthropologist and activist Marcia Langton to conceptualize the disparity between representations of Indigenous Australians in ...
Fourth Edition by Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul Rouzer
Aboriginality was crucial to Ingamells's radical project, serving to define its mixed legacy. Sharing the then-common view that Aborigines were a dying race, the Jindyworobaks felt free to appropriate indigenous culture for literary purposes, ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3O1R1I1G2I1N1A1L1I1T1Y4
The value of this 13-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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