The book analyses the relationship between planning and Indigenous peoples in Australia in historical and contemporary terms. It rewrites the histories of 3 major Australian cities from the perspective of that relationship, sets out the obligations of planning in relation to Indigenous land rights, native title and cultural heritage, and charts the new ways planning must now respond to Indigenous peoples' claims and aspirations.
My co-authors Sue Jackson, Louise Johnson and I hope this will be a useful text for planning students and educators especially in light of the new accreditation requirements from the Planning Institute of Australia.
With apologies for x-postings
Associate Professor and VC's Principal Research Fellow
Centre for Urban Research
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Melbourne Vic 3001
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I respectfully acknowledge the Elders past, present and future of the Kulin Nations, on whose stolen lands I live and work.
New book out August 2017!!
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