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Those films can be at least 22 minutes long.

Most of these were young emigres from South Africa who were studying in Britain for doctorates in the late 1960s and early 1970s. That a number of individuals were involved reflected the new opportunities offered thanks to the economic and population boom of the 1 960s: universities expanded, new jobs became available, and there was more money for research. Some of the white exiles or emigres had been active in South African student politics, but could find no political role abroad and so turned to historical research. They had been radicalised by the Sharpeville massacre of 1960 and by what had followed: the banning of the African National Congress and the Pan-Africanist Congress in April 1960, the decision by the nationalist movements the following year to turn to armed struggle, and the progressive dismantling of most of what remained of the rule of law by John Vorster, Minister of Justice from 1962. Any prospect of peaceful reform or opportunity for extra-parliamentary protest seemed to disappear, and liberalism increasingly appeared to have no further role to play as South African society polarised, with blacks within the country preferring to work on their own in the black consciousness movement. The emigre’s no longer believed in the possibility of evolutionary change and instead hoped for a rapid, revolutionary transformation.

Sample Critique Before we get started I want to explain what I mean aboutfilm as it is today.

Froese, R. 2014. Aquakultur von Raubfischen wird die Menschheit nicht ernähren. Gastartikel in National Geographic Deutschland Online, 23.05.2014,

Also, the concepts I have built here are for my own use.

Essays by Miranda Johnson, Daniel K. Richter and Lisa Ford take up legal themes that have featured prominently in Reynolds’ The Law of the Land and Aboriginal Sovereignty (1996). In a study of the so-called Gove Case of 1971, which saw the rejection of the concept of native title, Johnson points out that Justice Blackburn permitted an important and influential innovation: the admission of hearsay evidence from Aboriginal informants. While a positive development in many respects, the terms on which such evidence was admitted – as an exception – also tended to assume the inequality between such evidence and the normal kinds of material considered by a court. It was an approach to indigenous evidence that assumed a fundamental distinction between modernity and ‘real’ Aboriginality, civility and savagery.

Rani Kerin is also concerned with religion, humanitarianism and gender relations but, in her case, with the debates surrounding the central Australian trade in dingo scalps in the 1920s and 1930s. Kerin’s study has considerable resonance in light of recent political debates around Indigenous economic development because she shows Aboriginal people being integrated, to some extent, within the economy. Yet she also reveals that the trade led to claims that Aboriginal people were being economically and sexually exploited by the white men involved, who combined very marginal pastoral activity with the more profitable collection from Aboriginal people of dingo scalps, for which the government paid a bounty. The result was legislation to suppress the trade. But the strength of Kerin’s piece lies in her sympathetic portrayal of both sides of this cross-cultural encounter. The extent to which the behaviour of most white doggers was either cruel or exploitative is debatable, and she suspects that it was really their ‘intimate association’ with Aboriginal society that aroused opposition and official action (p. 156).

Ido not consider them written in stone, or even perfect.

Froese, R. and A. Sampang. 2013. Potential indicators and reference points for good environmental status of commercially exploited marine fishes and invertebrates in the German EEZ. World Wide Web electronic publication, available from

Froese, R. and G. Coro. 2014. Results of testing the CMSY-method against some fully assessed, simulated and data limited stocks at the WKLIFE IV workshop in Lisbon, 28-31 October 2014.

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They help me come to a decision.

Gibson, D., Froese, R., Ueberschaer, B., Zylich, K. And D. Zeller. 2015. Reconstruction of total marine fisheries catches for Germany in the North Sea (1950-2010). UBC, Fisheries Centre Working Paper #2015-09, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. 11 p.

I wrote this as an option forothers to use if they want to.

Richter’s examination of the ‘strange’ north American career of the concept of terra nullius shows that recognition native people actually both ruled and owned the land was invariably present in settler discussion; not least because such recognition was integral to what was the really the main legal game, the competition between different groups of Europeans for control of the land. The idea that Europeans, on account of their superior civilisation, ‘were entitled to bring order to a disordered landscape’ was simply taken for granted (p. 177).

It may not be perfect, but I feel it is accurate and fair.

Other essays take up subjects and themes that have exercised Reynolds in his work. James Boyce, a Tasmanian historian himself, reflects on Reynolds as a historian of black-white relations on that island in the 19th century. It is an elegant essay that reminds us of Reynolds’s own boyhood in a place that would become notorious throughout the world for what its settlers did to Aboriginal people. Atkinson, also interested in Reynolds’ sense of place, admires his ability to keep the national and the local, other and self, intellect and feeling, simultaneously within his frame. Elizabeth Elbourne re-examines another theme that has been of immense importance in at least two of Reynolds’ works, Law of the Land and This Whispering in our Hearts (1998): the influence on colonial settlement of British humanitarian networks and beliefs. But in an elegant piece of revisionism, she draws attention to a theme that did not feature in Reynolds’ account: the role of female reformers and family connections.

When we view a film we should be open-minded to when it was made.

Froese, R. and K. Stergiou. 2015. Getting priors from FishBase. p. 51-54 A. Romakkaniemi (ed.) Best practices for the provision of prior information for Bayesian stock assessment. ICES Cooperative Research Report No 328. 93 p.

At the same time film has evolved in other areas.

Froese, R. 2013. FishBase goes FishBayes: summaryzing all available information for all fishes. p.18-20 K.I. Stergiou, D. Bobori and A.C. Tsikliras (eds.) More Fish and More. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece.

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