• Question one will assess your understanding of a core text.
• Question two will assess your ability to critically reflect on the arguments made in the text.
• Question three will assess your ability to critical reflect on the relationship of the themes raised in the text in relation to Australian society and your everyday life.
Each journal entry should follow this format.
Please write a journal entry of up to 500 words answering and reflecting on these three questions
i) Choose a reading from this week and summarise its main arguments ii) Identify at least one element of the argument that you found challenging to the way you think about this topic and explain why and how you found it challenging.
ii) Identify at least one element of the argument that you found challenging to the way you think about this topic and explain why and how you found it challenging.
iii) In what ways does this text help you to think about Eurocentrism or the politics of coloniality in one of the following in the Australian context: politics and political institutions; economics and economic policy; representations in media and/or popular culture.
Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies
Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information:
Indigenous Women’s Organizations and the Political Discourses of Indigenous
Rights and Gender Equity in Peru
The Politics of the Gap: Indigenous Australians,
Liberal Multiculturalism, and the End
of the Self-Determination Era