The 7 Stages of Grieving

The 7 Stages of Grieving

by

Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples/First Nations Peoples

These are the preferred terms for referring to Australia’s indigenous people. The text of the play refers to “Aboriginal culture” and names its main character as “an Aboriginal Woman,” but the term Aboriginal excludes Torres… read analysis of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples/First Nations Peoples

Murri

The Murri (sometimes spelled “Murrie”) are the indigenous people of Queensland and parts of New South Wales. read analysis of Murri

Gamilaraay/Kamilaroi

Gamilaraay (sometimes spelled “Kamilaroi”) is an endangered language spoken by some Aboriginal people native to southeast Australia, including the Murri people. Many Gamilaraay words appear throughout The 7 Stages of Grieving. read analysis of Gamilaraay/Kamilaroi

Reconciliation

In Australia, Reconciliation refers to the attempt to ease tensions between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and Australians descended from settlers and colonists. The process of Reconciliation is, in theory, aimed at promoting truth… read analysis of Reconciliation

Watchhouse

Watchhouse is an Australian term for police station. read analysis of Watchhouse
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Kooemba Jdarra

The Kooemba Jdarra Indigenous Performance Arts is the theatrical company which first mounted The 7 Stages of Grieving. read analysis of Kooemba Jdarra