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Christine Nicholls

Christine Nicholls

Christine Nicholls is a writer, curator, and Senior Lecturer in Australian Studies at Flinders University. She is well published in the fields of Indigenous Australian languages and Indigenous Australian artistic practice. (Photograph by Digby Duncan.)

Christine Nicholls reviews ‘Yirruwa Yirrilikenuma-langwa (When We Go Walkabout)’, ‘Our Island’, ‘Yira Boornak Nyininy’, ‘Dwoort Baal Kaat’, ‘Karana, the Story of the Father Emu’, ‘The Lost Girl’

December 2014, no. 367 01 December 2014
A relatively unusual occurrence until recently, the publication of a plethora of new Australian Aboriginal-authored and/or Aboriginal-themed children’s books has begun transforming the Australian publishing landscape. A number of these books, like Rhoda Lalara and Alfred Lalara’s charmingly evocative Yirruwa Yirrilikenuma-langwa (When We Go Walkabout: Allen & Unwin, $24.99 hb, 32 pp, 97817 ... (read more)

Christine Nicholls reviews 'Mamang' by Kim Scott, Iris Woods, and the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project and 'Noongar Mambara Bakitj' by Kim Scott, Lomas Roberts and the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project

February 2012, no. 338 20 January 2012
Mamang and Noongar Mambara Bakitj are retellings of traditional Noongar narratives by the Miles Franklin Award-winning author Kim Scott, in collaboration with a team of others. The books are part of a broader Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories reclamation and revitalisation project currently under way in the south-western coastal region of Western Australia, an area roughly traversing Albany to ... (read more)