Colonialism and its aftermath: A history of Aboriginal South Australia
School of Arts and Humanities
The focus of this book is the colonial history of South Australia which has framed the interactions between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and their institutions since 1836. It illustrates through a series of regional histories how colonists and the reach of the colonial state gradually spread through South Australia and details the ongoing impact of colonialism on Aboriginal individuals and communities.
Brock, P. (2017). Introduction. In P. Brock & T. Gara (Eds.), Colonialism and its aftermath: A history of Aboriginal South Australia Adelaide (pp. xvi-xxiii). Wakefield Press. Available here