Some of the themes that emerge within the dialogue are; past colonial practices and their impact on Aboriginality; 'denial of denial'; political correctness and Aboriginality; the meaning and implications of diversity; the meaning of 'lived Aboriginal experience'; the problematics of defining 'Aboriginal'; challenges to identity; and the dilemmas of
who has the right to speak and make representations. This text offers no definitive answers, rather it illustrates the tensions and incongruities surrounding Indigenous identity. It shows the complexity of the issues, the varying opinions held, and the personal and emotive meaning and significance that identity has for each of us. 235 x 155mm., pp. xx, 169. Trade paperback, illustrated card covers. Contents, no inscriptions; card covers, slightly rubbed corners - no reading creases. NEAR FINE.