Sunday, May 24, 2015
The Black War, fear, sex and resistance in Tasmania by Nicholas Clements
Each chapter. covering subjects such as The Black Line, the sea-frontier and the north-west frontier, contains separate accounts of the experiences of both black and white.
I interviewed Nick for The Book Show on Edge Radio, when the book was released - and I had a terrible cold, so I sounds a little strange.
Please be aware that the interview, like the book, discusses some subjects such as murder and genocide, subjects which are as troubling to discuss and to listen to, as they should be.
You can hear the full interview here.
The Black War, fear, sex and resistance in Tasmania<
by Nicholas Clements,
978 0 7022 5006 4
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