Marcia Langton

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Marcia Langton AM (né le 31 octobre 1951) est l'une des principales personnalités aborigènes d'Australie du domaine universitaire. Elle enseigne les études indigènes australiennes à l'Université de Melbourne[1].

Anthropologue et géographe, elle est l'une des plus brillantes aborigènes australiennes contemporaines. Elle a travaillé dans les structures universitaires suivantes : Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies, Centre for Health and Society, Department of Population Health, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences University of Melbourne.

En 1993 elle a été faite Membre de l'Ordre d'Australie[2].

Œuvres et films[modifier | modifier le code]

Œuvres
  • Perkins, R and Langton M (eds). 2008. First Australians. An Illustrated History. Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne.
  • Langton, M. and O. Mazel. 2008. Poverty in the midst of plenty: Aboriginal people, the 'resource curse' and Australia's mining boom. Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law. 26(1): 31-65.
  • Langton, M. 2008. chapter in Manne, R. (ed.) "Dear Mr Rudd: Ideas for a Better Australia". Black Inc.
  • Langton, M. 2007. Trapped in the Aboriginal reality show. Griffith Review Edition 19 - Re-imagining Australia. Sydney: Griffith University.
  • Langton, M., Palmer, L., Mazel, O., K. Shain & M.Tehan (eds). 2006. Settling with Indigenous Peoples: Modern Treaty and Agreement Making. Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
  • Langton, M. & M. Nakata (eds). 2005. Australian Indigenous Knowledge and Libraries. Canberra: Australian Academic and Research Libraries.
  • Langton, M. 2005. An Aboriginal ontology of being and place: the performance of Aboriginal property relations in the Princess Charlotte Bay area of eastern Cape York Peninsula, Australia. Unpub. PhD thesis, Human Geography/Anthropology. Sydney: Macquarie University.
  • Langton, M., M. Tehan, L.R. Palmer & K. Shain (eds). 2004. Honour among nations? Treaties and agreements with Indigenous peoples. Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing. (Choice List of Outstanding Academic Titles 2006, American Libraries Association, Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries)
  • Langton, M. 1998. Burning Questions: emerging environmental issues for Indigenous peoples in northern Australia. Northern Territory University. 1.
  • Langton M. & W. Jonas. 1994. The Little Red, Yellow and Black (and Green and Blue and White) Book: a short guide to Indigenous Australia. Canberra: AIATSIS.
  • Langton, M. 1994. Valuing cultures: recognising indigenous cultures as a valued part of Australian heritage. Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service.
  • Langton, M. 1993. Well, I heard it on the radio and I saw it on the television: an essay for the Australian Film Commission on the politics and aesthetics of filmmaking by and about Aboriginal people and things. Sydney: Australian Film Commission.
  • Langton, M. & N. Peterson (eds). 1983. Aborigines, Land & Land Rights. Valuing Cultures: recognising Indigenous cultures as a valued part of Australian heritage. Canberra: AGPS.
  • Langton, M. 1983. After the tent embassy : images of Aboriginal history in black and white photographs Sydney: Valadon Publishing.
Films
  • Jardiwarnpa: a Warlpiri fire (with Ned Lander & Rachel Perkins)
  • Night Cries: a rural tragedy (with Tracey Moffatt & Penny McDonald)
  • Blood brothers. Perkin's First Australians series for SBS television, 2008, features many commentaries by Langton.

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