Papers from Communication and Tradition: Essays after Eric Michaels: Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media & Culture, vol. 3 no 2 (1990), edited by Tom O'Regan
Stuart Cunningham, 'Chauvel: the last decade'
Colin Johnson [Mudrooroo Nyoongar], 'Chauvel and the Aboriginal male in Australian film'
Vijay Mishra, Aboriginal representations in Australian texts
Steve Mickler, Curators and The Colony: Managing the Past at Rottnest Island Museum
Roslyn Poignant, 'The photographic witness?'
Alison Devine Nordstrom, 'Persistent images: photographic archives in ethnographic collections'
Hart Cohen, 'Margins at the centre: Innis's concept of bias and the development of Aboriginal media'
Toby Miller, 'When Australia became modern'
William D. Routt, 'Are you a fish? Are you a snake? an obvious lecture and some notes on The Last Wave'
Stephen Muecke, 'Narrative and intervention in Aboriginal filmmaking and policy'
Mudrooroo Nyoongah, 'Passing for white passing for black: an ideological con-pro-testation'
Michael Meadows, 'Re-claiming a cultural identity: indigenous media production in Australia and Canada'
Duane Varan, 'Television, culture and state: new forums for negotiating identity in the Pacific'
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