Aboriginal colonial history and the (un)happy object of reconciliation

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Palmer, Jane and Pocock, Celmara. 2020. "Aboriginal colonial history and the (un)happy object of reconciliation." Cultural Studies. 34 (1), pp. 49-69. https://doi.org/10.1080/09502386.2019.1602153
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Aboriginal colonial history and the (un)happy object of reconciliation

ERA Journal ID11479
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsPalmer, Jane (Author) and Pocock, Celmara (Author)
Journal TitleCultural Studies
Journal Citation34 (1), pp. 49-69
Number of Pages21
Year2020
Place of PublicationAbingdon, United Kingdom
ISSN0950-2386
1466-4348
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1080/09502386.2019.1602153
Abstract

Reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Australia is defined officially as consisting of ‘two-way relationships built on trust and respect’, recognition and acceptance of rights, histories and cultures, and institutional and community support for ‘all dimensions’ of reconciliation. We suggest, after Alexandre Da Costa (2016), that the burden of supporting reconciliation is borne differentially by Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples; it is seen by the latter as an apparently ‘happy object’ in Sara Ahmed’s sense, but as an ‘unhappy object’ for many Aboriginal Australians, who have argued that it requires first a process of makarrata or peace-making. Traditionally this has included some reciprocal pain for perpetrators, and we suggest here that the desire of many Aboriginal people to develop a public heritage of massacre sites and former ‘fringe camps’ offers an opportunity for non-Indigenous people to take hold of, and hold onto, a prickly and difficult past as part of a process of makarrata.

Keywordsreconciliation; Australian Aboriginal peoples; makarrata; happy objects; Aboriginal heritage; reparation
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020450107. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history
500104. Human rights and justice issues (excl. law)
430302. Australian history
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Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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