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Issue Number 11, 2015

Editorial

Indigenous Ecological Knowledges

Scholarly Articles

Stories want to be told: Elaap Karlaboodjar

"We sing our law, is that still TEK?": Traditional ecological knowledge and can the west come to know?

You've got to drown in it

Sensing a remote coastal landscape: How an aboriginal culture camp experience informed conceptual design thinking of public spaces in Australia

Terra Nullius in Australian environmentalism and agriculture

Poetry

Staying, or learning wathawarrung in Ballarat

Ontopoetics Forum

Encounters with stones

With this ring...

Sheep leaning

In the deep well

Scars

Correspondents' Reports

From Kiribati

Reviews

Religions and environments: A reader in religion, nature and ecology

The biggest estate on earth: How aborigines made Australia

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