[PDF] Due Inheritance: Reviving The Cultural And Economic Wellbeing Of First Australians | by ☆ Ted Egan


  • Title: Due Inheritance: Reviving The Cultural And Economic Wellbeing Of First Australians
  • Author: Ted Egan
  • ISBN: 9780980390469
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback

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    Ted Egan
    Ted Egan AO, is an author, acclaimed singer songwriter, and National Living Treasure of Australia His interest in Australian history, and particularlyWorld War I, originated from the fact that his mother, Grace, had three brothers who served at Gallipoli One brother, Jack Brennan, died of wounds received there as a stretcher bearer The other two brothers served out the entire war and returned to Australia, both with impaired health From his mother, especially, Ted developed an anti war stance, although this is balanced by a firm belief that Australia should at all times be able to defend itself effectively He wrote his first Anzac song, Song for Grace , on the basis of the story his mother told him as a child He subsequently produced an album of 20 songs around this topic recorded on the CD that is included in this work.Ted Egan was made an Officer of the Order of Australia AO for contributions to the literary heritage of Australia through song and verse He was appointed Administrator Governor of the Northern Territory from 2003 2007, and was awarded Territorian of the Year in 2000 He is currently completing a PhD, on the first Administrator of the Northern Territory.


    Commentaires:

    Zoe Brittain
    Regardless of whether or not you agree with Egan s approach, it s a thoroughly thought provoking collection.

    Amanda Markham
    I m not sure why policy makers haven t paid attention to Ted s sensible book, which aims to undo the silent apartheid we ve set up in the name of fetishised worship of noble savage culture, which continues the oppression and marginalization that Europeans have been inflicting on Aboriginal for the better part of 220 years I don t think people on the east coast can even begin to understand the subtleties in this book, or the depth of understanding that Ted Egan has into Aboriginal culture this i [...]

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