Position Doubtful: Mapping landscapes an
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“My book of the year. . . . If anyone’s written more beautifully and modestly about [Australia] and its people, I’m not aware of it. I think it’s a treasure.”—Tim Winton
Since 2000, Kim Mahood has been returning to the Tanami desert country in far Northwestern Australia, immersing herself in the life of a small Aboriginal community, and taking part in art-making and groundbreaking mapping projects.
Position Doubtful is the result: written with great energy and humor, it offers a unique portrait of the complexities of black-and-white relations in contemporary Australia.
Kim Mahood is an award-winning Australian writer and artist.
Book details and technical specifications
Published: August 2016
Number of pages: 336
Width: 5.25 mm
Height: 2.5 mm
Depth: 8.25 mm
Publisher: not specified
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