Embedding Indigenous Perspectives in Reviewing <em>Welcome to Country</em> with Australian High-School Students: More than a Book Review

  • Chenoa Masters
  • Jo Lampert
  • Talea Byrne
  • Claire Dempsey
  • Sophia McLean
  • Caitlyn Reilly
  • Lili Robinson
  • Jamila Rodbert
  • Sarah Roper
  • Chloe Scriggins
Keywords: Welcome to Country

Abstract

Review of:

Murphy, Aunty Joy. Welcome to Country, illustrated by Lisa Kennedy, Black Dog Books, 2016.

Author Biographies

Chenoa Masters

Chenoa Masters is a Waka Waka and Kalkadoon woman whose family are from Queensland, Australia. Chenoa is a Secondary pre-service teacher in the Faculty of Education at QUT, currently working for QUT with prospective and current students, and recipient of the prestigious Global Express Pass Scholarship from CISAustralia.

Jo Lampert

Jo Lampert is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Cultural and Language Studies (Faculty of Education) at the Queensland of Technology.

Talea Byrne

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Claire Dempsey

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Sophia McLean

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Caitlyn Reilly

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Lili Robinson

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Jamila Rodbert

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Sarah Roper

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Chloe Scriggins

Year 10 student, Mt St Michaels College, Brisbane, Australia

Published
2017-01-30
How to Cite
Masters, C., Lampert, J., Byrne, T., Dempsey, C., McLean, S., Reilly, C., Robinson, L., Rodbert, J., Roper, S., & Scriggins, C. (2017). Embedding Indigenous Perspectives in Reviewing <em>Welcome to Country</em&gt; with Australian High-School Students: More than a Book Review. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 8(2). Retrieved from http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/368
Section
Review Essays