Of country and country: Twang and trauma in Australian Indigenous popular music

  • Simon Philpott

Resumé

Over the last half century, as part of a wider struggle for recognition, respect, reconciliation and justice, Indigenous Australians and others supporting their claims have increasingly been heard in popular music. Indigenous musicians are increasingly insistent that white Australia must change.

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Publiceret
2020-05-27
Citation/Eksport
Philpott, S. (2020). Of country and country: Twang and trauma in Australian Indigenous popular music. Politik, 23(1). https://doi.org/10.7146/politik.v23i1.120312