Masculindians, Conversations on Indigenous Manhood

  • Jason De Santolo
    University of Technology Sydney


Masculindians, Conversations on Indigenous Manhood has travelled with me over the last few months—I guess together we would have flown, driven and walked over 25,000km. Travelling across the continent, here in Australia, often leaves you with lots of thinking space, and it was perplexing to reflect on our angles on manhood here, as Aboriginal men. As in other parts of the world, the continuing violence of invasion (stolen lands, murders, forced relocations, stolen generations, etc.) impacts on our way of life and those localised nuances of what it is to be a man.

Published: 2015-01-01
Pages:60 to 62
Section: Book Reviews
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How to Cite
De Santolo, J. (2015). Masculindians, Conversations on Indigenous Manhood. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 8(1), 60-62.