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This is an account of the remarkable life of Australia's first professor of anthropology, whose national and international reputation as a champion of the Aboriginal people is now the subject of considerable controversy. The Self-Made Anthropologist frees Elkin from the myths, contradictions and intense privacy that veiled his life; he stands now before us for judgement.
William T. Vollmann
Attempts to bring a definitive resolution to a conundrum that has preoccupied generations of thinkers: under what conditions is violence justified?
A shocking story of a man torn apart by opposing loyalties.
William M. Kuhn
An intimate picture of the inner workings of the monarchy during Henry Ponsonby's time as protector at large.