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February 13th, 2016
Episode 1045 of 1326 episodes
Aboriginal identity can be a complex question - one that some people spend years trying to unpick and assert - while for others it's much more straightforward. Identity is always a personal matter but in some cases, Aboriginal people have to account for who they are - and where they come from. Associate Professor Bronwyn Carlson talks about identity politics in the urban Aboriginal context and the performance of Aboriginality.