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Introduction; Problematising the Native; The measurement of people; Help us to convince governments of our value; Researchers will not 'cause difficulties in the field or after'; Mr Neville did all in his power to assist; A deep-seated aversion or a prudish disapproval?; Preserving Aborigines?; It is not possible for conditions to remain as they are; Managing the impact of war; There is no point sniping at the government; Index.
Geoffrey Gray is Research Fellow, Tradition and Transformation at AIATSIS, and Honorary Research Associate at the School of Historical Studies, Monash University. Gray has published widely on topics including anthropology, academic freedom, race and racism, colonialism, citizenship and native title.
"I expect that this book will generate considerable debate, round out opinions and add new interpretations...Let the stories be told." --Diane Bell Professor Emerita, George Washington University, USA; Professor of Anthropology, University of Adelaide