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In the sixth Anthropology@Deakin podcast, David Giles and Timothy Neale (Deakin University) discuss land rights and creativity with Eve Vincent (Macquarie University). Dr Vincent - a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at Macquarie University - is the author of '‘Against Native Title’: Conflict and Creativity in Outback Australia' (Aboriginal Studies Press, 2017), the co-editor of 'Unstable Relations: Environmentalism and Indigenous People in Contemporary Australia' (University of Western Australia Press, 2016), and she has also written for rich variety of academic and literary journals. Her work engages with ideas of indigeneity, recognition and governmentality, and she has written on issues such as native title, intercultural collaboration, and welfare quarantining. She has a long-term ethnographic engagement with the town of Ceduna in South Australia.