In Crossing Boundaries, editor Sandy Toussaint and twenty contributors have created the first cross-disciplinary exploration of native title work.
Sandy Toussaint is a senior lecturer in anthropology at the University of Western Australia. She has worked extensively on matters related to lands, waters and laws with Kimberley Indigenous communities. Her publications include Phyllis Kaberry and Me: Anthropology, History and Aboriginal Australia (MUP), Applied Anthropology in Australasia (co-edited with Jim Taylor), and A Jury of Whose Peers? An Examination of the Cultural Politics of Juries in Australia (co-edited with Kate Auty).
"'The legal recognition of native title has given rise to issues and processes that provide challenges to anthropologists, linguists, historians and lawyers. Those issues not only cross the boundaries of these areas of expertise, but also involve the whole community.' - Fred Chaney"