2022, 215 pages, Leah Lui-Chivizhe, The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne University Publishing
Review by Stan Florek
I opened this book with great anticipation. My interest in Torres Strait Islander culture and the limited research I conducted two decades ago made me a receptive reader, and familiarity with the subject elevated my desire for understanding.
Masked Histories met my expectations in various ways. The author’s description of her own and Alick Tipoti’s spontaneous and emotional reaction to meeting the masks in the British . . .
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