Representing Australian Aboriginal Music and Dance 1930 1970

In Australians 1938, edited by Bill Gammage and Spearritt Broadway, 28–35.
Broadway, NSW: Fairfax, Syme & Weldon Associates, 1987. Horton, David, ed.
The Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...

Author: Amanda Harris

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1501362941

Category: Music

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Representing Australian Aboriginal Music and Dance 1930-1970 offers a rethinking of recent Australian music history. Amanda Harris presents accounts of Aboriginal music and dance by Aboriginal performers on public stages. Harris also historicizes the practices of non-Indigenous art music composers evoking Aboriginal music in their works, placing this in the context of emerging cultural institutions and policy frameworks. Centralizing auditory worlds and audio-visual evidence, Harris shows the direct relationship between the limits on Aboriginal people's mobility and non-Indigenous representations of Aboriginal culture. This book seeks to listen to Aboriginal accounts of disruption and continuation of Aboriginal cultural practices and features contributions from Aboriginal scholars Shannon Foster, Tiriki Onus and Nardi Simpson as personal interpretations of their family and community histories. Contextualizing recent music and dance practices in broader histories of policy, settler colonial structures, and postcolonizing efforts, the book offers a new lens on the development of Australian musical cultures.

The Psychology of Aboriginal Australians

Basedow , H . Subincision and kindred rites of the Australian Aborigines . Journal
of the Anthropological Institute , 1927 , 57 , 123 – 156 . Berndt , R . M .
Subincision in a non - subincising area . American Imago , 1951 , 8 ( 2 ) , 3 – 19 .
Berndt ...

Author: P. R. De Lacey

Publisher: Sydney ; New York : J. Wiley and Sons Australasia Pty. Limited

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

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Includes many reprints of separately published papers; 1) Mental man and social evolutionary theory - A. Chase & J. von Sturmer; 2) Early psychological studies - G.E. Kearney; 3) Mental tests in delinquents and Australian Aboriginal children - S.D. Porteus; 4) Psychological tests on natives in the north west of Western Australia H.L. Fowler; 5) Intellectual development - D.W. McElwain & G.E. Kearney; 6) Classificatory ability - P.R. De Lacey; 7) The development of conservation - M.M. de Lemos; 8) Piagetian research in Central Australia - P.R. Dasen; 9) Reasoning ability in adopted and fostered Aboriginal children - P.R. Dasen, P.R. De Lacey & G.N. Seagrim; 10) Precausal and paracausal thinking - B. Nurcombe; 11) Cultural deprivation and language deficit - B. Nurcombe & P. Moffitt; 12) Intervention in cultural deprivation P. Moffitt, B. Nurcombe, M. Passmore & A. McNeilly; 13) Psycholinguistic abilities - G. Teasdale & F.M. Katz; 14) Verbal intelligence, operational thinking and environment - P.R. De Lacey; 15) A task analysis approach to language programming - N.W.M. Hart; 16) Language and pictorial representation J.E. Cawte & L.G. Kiloh; 17) Educational variables in integration - J.A. Keats; 18) Attitude change and conflict - J.L.M. Dawson; 19) Marginality, stress and ethnic identification - J.W. Berry; 20) The role of ethnic identification - E. Sommerlad & J.W. Berry; 21) What white Australians think J.S. Western; 22) An index of contact - P.R. De Lacey; 23) Personality factors in the academic success of adolescent girls - B.H. Watts; 24) Value orientation - A.K. Eckermann; 25) Aspirations of children - I.R. Gough, M.M. Josephson, D.M. Justins, J.F. Lodge & N.F. Senior; 26) Cultural identity and mental health - G.N. Bianchi, J.E. Cawte & L.G. Kiloh; 27) Patterns of behaviour disorder among children - B. Nurcombe and J.E. Cawte; 28) The dispensary syndrome; origins of bodily preoccupations and sick role behaviour - G.N. Bianchi, D.W. McElwain & J.E. Cawte; 29) A hunger for stimuli; petrol inhalation - B. Nurcombe, G.N. Bianchi, J. Money, & J.E. Cawte; 30) A sick society - J.E. Cawte; 31) Why we slit the penis - J.E. Cawte; 32) Sex training and traditions - J. Money, J.E. Cawte, G.N. Bianchi & B. Nurcombe; 33) Select bibliography - G.R. Davidson & G.E. Kearney; all readings listed separately in bibliography.

Aboriginal Australians

The vast sweeping story of Aboriginal Australia from 1788 is told in Richard Broome's typical lucid and imaginative style. This is an important work of great scholarship, passion and imagination.

Author: Richard Broome

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1760872628

Category: Social Science

Page: 448

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The vast sweeping story of Aboriginal Australia from 1788 is told in Richard Broome's typical lucid and imaginative style. This is an important work of great scholarship, passion and imagination.' - Professor Lynette Russell, Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash University In the creation of any new society, there are winners and losers. So it was with Australia as it grew from a colonial outpost to an affluent society. Richard Broome tells the history of Australia from the standpoint of the original Australians: those who lost most in the early colonial struggle for power. Surveying over two centuries of Aboriginal-European encounters, he shows how white settlers steadily supplanted the original inhabitants, from the shining coasts to inland deserts, by sheer force of numbers, disease, technology and violence. He also tells the story of Aboriginal survival through resistance and accommodation, and traces the continuing Aboriginal struggle to move from the margins of a settler society to a more central place in modern Australia. Broome's Aboriginal Australians has long been regarded as the most authoritative account of black-white relations in Australia. This fifth edition continues the story, covering the impact of the Northern Territory Intervention, the mining boom in remote Australia, the Uluru Statement, the resurgence of interest in traditional Aboriginal knowledge and culture, and the new generation of Aboriginal leaders. 'Richard Broome's historical analysis breaks the back of every theoretical argument about colonialism and establishes a clear pathway to understanding the present situation.' - Sharon Meagher, Aboriginal Education Development Officer, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide

Kulinma Listening to Aboriginal Australians

Commonwealth and state ministers in 1965 stated that : The policy of assimilation
seeks that all persons of Aboriginal descent will choose to attain a similar manner
and standard of living to that of other Australians and live as members of a ...

Author: Herbert Cole Coombs

Publisher: Canberra : Australian National University Press ; Norwalk, Conn. : [obtainable from] Books Australia

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 250

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Papers on Council for Aboriginal Affairs, Aboriginal law, decision making, Rirratjingu and Gomaitj at Yirrkala, health, education, employment; Everard Park, Bourke, Redfern, Pitjantjatjatta at North-west Reserve, Pintubi at Papunya, Bardi at One Arm Point, Maningrida, land rights, Gurindji at Wattie Creek, Referendum 1967.

The Early Childhood Education of Aboriginal Australians

RICHARDSON , J . A . and TEASDALE , G . R . Final Report to the Bernard van
Leer Foundation on the Aboriginal Pre - school Project in South Australia .
Adelaide : Flinders University , 1973 . ROPER , T . ( Ed . ) Aboriginal Education :
The ...

Author: G. Robert Teasdale

Publisher: Australian

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 176

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Reviews early childhood projects at Bourke, Sydney and northeast NSW; Melbourne and Swan Hill, Vic; Ernabella and Marree, SA; Katherine, NT; Cherbourg and Palm Island, Qld.

Australian Aboriginal Studies

As one of the anonymous referees for Australian Aboriginal Studies rightly notes ,
there has been considerable discussion , across Australia , founded on the
suggestion that non - Aboriginal people ( in particular bureaucrats ) ' can't ...

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The French Explorers and the Aboriginal Australians 1772 1839

1 ° The Indigenous people had clearly not been ' destroying each other ' before
the arrival of the British , then only three decades earlier . The nakedness of the
Aboriginal people in Sydney , from the early years to as late as 1845 , never ...

Author: Colin L. Dyer

Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press

ISBN: 9780702235122

Category: History

Page: 240

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“[The Aboriginal Tasmanians] seem to offer the most perfect image of pristine society … Their open and smiling expression reveals a happiness that has never been troubled by intrusive thoughts and unattainable desires.” Bruny d’Entrecasteaux (1793)“In comparing what we had now seen with what had before happened in [D’Entrecasteaux Channel] we derived … that it is not prudent to go among these people without sufficient means of defence against their attacks.” Francois Peron (1802)“In order to humour them in everything we showed them our chests … but only the doctor’s gave rise to astonishment. Being hairless, it caused great exclamations and even greater shouts of laughter. After satisfying themselves in this region, they passed on to our legs … they would very much have liked to see something else, but we did not think it advisable to show them.” Nicolas Baudin (1802)This highly readable account opens a fascinating window – and a fresh perspective –on the early European exploration of Australia. These French explorers and scientists kept journals, many of which, until very recently, remained obscure and untranslated. Their cultural insights are invaluable, sometimes shocking and always engaging.Here are to be found detailed descriptions of the Aboriginal peoples’ physical appearances, their clothing, nutrition, dwellings, fires, canoes and utensils along with attempts to understand their character and language. The Aboriginal observers, however, displayed an equally keen anthropological interest in these strange apparitions arriving on their shores. Turning the cultural telescope around, this volume provides an unexpected and revealing glimpse of the French travellers through Aboriginal eyes.This book, and its illustrations, have drawn extensively on the collections of Fryer Library at the University of Queensland.Review excerpts It is a valuable compendium of French descriptions and impressions of Aborigines nad a useful chronicle of ten extraordinary expeditions. Importantly, it includes uncited material, some of which Dyerhas translated himself. This arduous task is of immense value for fellow historians and interested readers, and the effort that has gone into it is evident in his 'Note on Vocabulary'. The illustrations that have been chosen are also admirable. Francois Peron's detailed sketches, Nicolas Petit's Tasmanian pictures and Jacques Arago's illustrations of Aboriginal traditional life are beautifully reprinted. — Tiffany Shellam, Australian National University in Aboriginal History 2005, Vol 29

Promoting the Health of Indigenous Australians

A Review of Infrastructure Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Advancement : Final Report and Recommendations National Health and Medical
Research Council (Australia). Health Advancement Standing Committee.

Author: National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia). Health Advancement Standing Committee

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 55

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Art of Aboriginal Australia

if des E6633 SIRLS The Australian Aboriginals Aboriginal Art. spects and
honours their contribution . I feel that it is particularly fitting that Canada should be
the first overseas country to receive so large and comprehensive a collection of ...

Author: Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada Limited

Publisher: [s.l.] : Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada

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Category: Art, Aboriginal Australian

Page: 64

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Exhibition catalogue; bark painting; dot painting; sculpture; burial poles; toas; exhibition toured Canada in 1974.

Aboriginal Australians

Ths concise, pocket guide to the social and cultural history of Aboriginal Australia is now available in English.

Author: Stephen Muecke

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780500301142

Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 127

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The book explores how the indigenous people actually came to be in Australia, and looks in depth at their extraordinary rituals and ‘Dreamings’, and the importance of ‘kin’ to their social structures. Much space is devoted to their massive cultural renaissance over the past four decades, with comprehensive coverage of the way in which Aboriginal art - be it Central Desert acrylic art, batik, contemporary urban painting, sculpture or traditional bark painting - has become a flagship for Australian culture.

Aboriginal Australia Past and Present

ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA Past and Present AUTHOR : ROBERT ELLIS - with a
special section ' The Contemporary Scene ' by Jean A . Ellis . ARTIST : BILLY
REID GN 665 . E45 1984 First Published by Shakespeare Head Press The ...

Author: Robert Ellis

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 191

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Australian Aboriginal Anthropology

Modern Studies in the Social Anthropology of the Australian Aborigines
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Ronald Murray Berndt. Knanjas ( =
totems ] ' . Unfortunately , the very name given to Spencer ' s Supreme Being
shows that his ...

Author: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies

Publisher: [Nedlands] : Published for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies by the University of Western Australia Press

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 341

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Papers presented at Social Anthropology symposium during A.I.A.S. General Meeting, Canberra, May 1968; Contents; R.M. Berndt - Introduction; A.P. Elkin - Before it is too late; C.H. Berndt - Prolegomena to a study of genealogies in north - eastern Arnhem Land; W. Shapiro - Local exogamy and the wifes mother in Aboriginal Australia; A.A. Yengoyan Demographic factors in Pitjandjara social organization; T.G.H. Strehlow - Geography and the totemic landscape in Central Australia; a functional study; N.D. Munn - The transformation of subjects into objects in Walbiri and Pitjantjatjara myth; M. Reay - A decision as narrative; K. Maddock - Myths of the acquisition of fire in northern and eastern Australia; N. Peterson - Buluwandi; a Central Australian ceremony for the resolution of conflict; R.M. Berndt - Traditional morality as expressed through the medium of an Australian Aboriginal religion; H. Petri and G. Petri-Odermann Stability and change; present - day historic aspects among Australian Aborigines; R. Tonkinson Aboriginal dream - spirit beliefs in a contact situation; Jigalong, Western Australia; J. Long Polygyny, acculturation and contact; aspects of Aboriginal marriage in Central Australia; F. Gale The impact of urbanization on Aboriginal marriage patterns; all contributions listed separately in bibliography.

Palaeopathology of Aboriginal Australians

Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Sydney i 1976 Morphological contrasts in
Pleistocene Australians. In Origin of the Australians, Kirk R.L. and A.G. Thorne (
eds), Human Biology Series No. 6, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, ...

Author: Stephen Webb

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521110495

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 340

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This 1995 book is a compelling study of the health of Australia's original inhabitants over 50,000 years.

Cataloging Service Bulletin

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Aborigines in Australian Society

Others contain background information on traditional Aboriginal life and the
changes that have been taking place in it , as well as on local and topic - oriented
subjects . Berndt , C H and R M , The Aboriginal Australians : the first pioneers ...

Author: Catherine Helen Berndt

Publisher:

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 80

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High school text/activity book on modern traditional and urban Aboriginal living including economics, relationship with the land, religion and world view, the arts, social issues, social identity.

Aboriginal Australia

Author: George William Helon

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 116

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Extensive lists of names associated with Aboriginal social and linguistic groupings; name entry include - number, name, AIATSIS language code, approximate central co-ordinates, associated other names and secondary sources.

Environmental Identity Towards Sustainable Development with Indigenous Australians

Foreword Nomadism , the hunter - gatherer lifestyle , and minimal investment in
shelter and possession were sensible adaptations to Australian ' s ENSO - driven
resource unpredictability . When local conditions deteriorated , Aborigines ...

Author: Nao Nakanishi

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 130

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Emergent Inequalities in Aboriginal Australia

BERNDT , C . H . 1979 . Aboriginal women and the notion of the marginal man ' .
In R . M . and C . H . Berndt ( eds ) , Aborigines of the West : Their Past and Their
Present , pp . 28 - 38 . Nedlands , WA : University of Western Australia Press .

Author: Jon C. Altman

Publisher: Institute of Criminology, Sydney

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 168

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Aboriginal Religions in Australia

Author: Tony Swain

Publisher: Greenwood

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Category: Religion

Page: 336

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Swain has prepared a comprehensive bibliographical survey of all substantial publications on Aboriginal religions appearing from 1798 to 1990. The 1,076 entries are critically annotated and classified by geography and theme.

Cross Cultural Communication Problems in Aboriginal Australia

Abstract Encounters between Aboriginal and other Australians too often create
discomfort despite good will on both sides . A few examples of such encounters
are presented and these raise the question of how common cross cultural ...

Author: Michael Walsh

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Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 23

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