Series editor's foreword (Jon Stratton) Acknowledgments Contributors Introduction (Aileen Moreton-Robinson) Part I: Law matters 1. Settled and unsettled spaces: Are we free to roam? (Irene Watson) 2. Misconstruing Indigenous sovereignty: Maintaining the fabric of Australian law (Phillip Falk and Gary Martin) 3. Indigenous sovereignty rights: International law and the protection of traditional ecological knowledge (Henrietta Marrie) Part II: Writing matters 4. Dancing with shadows: erasing Aboriginal self and sovereignty (Philip Morrissey) 5. The sovereign Aboriginal woman (Tracey Bunda) 6. Writing off Indigenous sovereignty: The discourse of security and patriarchal white sovereignty (Aileen Moreton-Robinson) Part III: History matters 7. 'The invisible fire': Indigenous sovereignty, history and responsibility (Tony Birch) 8. The Australian Labor Party and the Native Title Act (Gary
Aileen Moreton-Robinson is a Geonpul scholar and Professor of Indigenous Studies at Queensland University of Technology. She is author of Talkin' Up to the White Woman and editor of Whitening Race.