If this is Your Land, where are Your Stories?: Finding Common Ground
Drawing upon the narratives of Africa, Australia, Europe and North America, this collection of essays explores the relationships between territories, peoples and the stories and songs that give meaning to our lives.
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If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories?: Finding Common Ground
J. Edward Chamberlin
Limited preview - 2010
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