The Resource A political ecology of Warlpiri water rights : a denial of access and land alienation to perennial water sources on leased lands in the Western Desert, Lisa Patricia Watts

A political ecology of Warlpiri water rights : a denial of access and land alienation to perennial water sources on leased lands in the Western Desert, Lisa Patricia Watts

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A political ecology of Warlpiri water rights : a denial of access and land alienation to perennial water sources on leased lands in the Western Desert
Title
A political ecology of Warlpiri water rights
Title remainder
a denial of access and land alienation to perennial water sources on leased lands in the Western Desert
Statement of responsibility
Lisa Patricia Watts
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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AIAS
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Watts, Lisa Patricia
Credits note
DVD credits: Writer: Lisa Watts; Directors : Lisa Watts & Allan Cousins
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Melbourne, Faculty of Land and Food Resources, 2009.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • theses
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  • Butcher, Sammy
  • Warumpi Band (Musical group)
  • Warlpiri (Australian people)
  • Mythology, Warlpiri
  • Warlpiri (Australian people)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Water rights
  • Native title (Australia)
  • Political ecology
Label
A political ecology of Warlpiri water rights : a denial of access and land alienation to perennial water sources on leased lands in the Western Desert, Lisa Patricia Watts
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Production
Copyright
Note
2 folded maps in pockets on inside back cover: Warlpiri water mythology (epic scale) (59 cm x 84.5 cm) ; Warlpiri water mythology (Jukurrpa) on Mount Doreen PPL (59 cm x 84.5 cm)
Accompanying material
1 PAL DVD (24 min.) (4 3/4 ins.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
  • volume
  • videodisc
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : an environmental conflict over water : the Western Desert people and water sources : the centrality of Pikilyi and Mt Doreen to the Warlpiri people; Warlpiri water transitions; Research aims and design; Relevant literature and the contribution of this study; Methodology and collaborative research methods : appendix one: documentary; appendix two: the Pikilyi Family Tree (genealogy); Appendix three: cultural mapping; Collaborative research methods -- Warlpiri water rights : Warlpiri water rights framework; Pikilyi jukurrpa : Warnayarra (Rainbow Serpent); Mala (Rufous hair wallaby - lagorchestes hirsutus); Kakalalaya manu Yirrarnti (white/pink and black cockatoo); Kungkakutjarra/karntajarra (Two women) and Nguri (tawny frog owl mouth); Karnta-patu (few women from Kunajarrayi); Yuparli (bush banana); Watakiyi (bush orange); Ancestral ties of the Mt Doreen Pastoral Lease : Warukupalipali (Falcon bird / kestrels); Kinki (Giant woman); Wardapi (Goanna) Yurnturrkunyu (Black headed python); Yarla (Bush potato); Witi (ceremonial pole); Warna (Snake); Ngarlikirdi (Witchetty grub); Parmapardu (Flying ant); Luurnpakurlangu (place name); Yankirri (Emu); Warlukurlangu (Fire); Ngaralajiyi (Bush carrot); Janganpa (Possum); Jintilka (Grasshopper); Miyikurlangu -- Warlpiri codes of access -- Historical encounters over water : racially opposed worldviews; All in the name of progress: the colonial races; Explorers first encounters with Warlpiri; Early transitions to land and water regimes; The water supply regime; Warlpiri water narratives on dispossession of perennial water sources -- The stagnation of Warlpiri water rights: frontier violence and legal dominance: Denial of access by frontier violence: the Coniston Massacre, 1928: events leading to the Coniston Massacre, 1928; Denial of access by legal dominance: ill treatment of Warlpiri; Denial of access to Pikilyi; Braitling v King; The Simpson Inquiry 1946: a miscarriage of justice -- The stagnation of Warlpiri water rights: politics of legal amendments : the development of lessees' water rights framework; Aboriginal rights to lands leased under Crown Land ordinances: protectionists' resistance to the politics of legal amendments; The irony of "perpetuity" in relation to sustainability; The social consequences of land and water transitions -- The stagnation of Warlpiri water rights: flaws of the land rights era, Western Desert region : the implication of land rights for Warlpiri water rights; land alienation and land degradation; Warlpiri water rights on Aboriginal Reserves; Lessees resistance to land claims accession (Yurrukuru (Brooks Soak) Land Claim 1992 -- The emergence of the Pikilyi Movement : theoretical underpinnings on Warlpiri conceptualisations of social movements; A Warlpiri initiative: "the alternative knowledge systems" model; The formalization of the Pikilyi Movement : reinvigorating social responsibilities on environmental protection; Warlpiri water rights strategies based on customary law -- Warlpiri utilization of Australian legislation based on the foundations of Warlpiri law : a sacred site application for the registration of Pikilyi; The failed purchase of MDPL; The hypocrisies of the Ngalyapunpa CLA application; The Pikilyi CLA application; The re-engagement of the Pikilyi people; The theoretical underpinnings of Warlpiri conceptualisation of applied practice; Conclusion; The broader implications of Warlpiri water rights
Control code
000044853015
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
294, 15 pages
Governing access note
Open access reading; Open copying for private study, closed quotation; Not for interlibrary loan
Media category
  • unmediated
  • video
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (some coloured), maps (some folded)
Stock number
MAR12/061
Label
A political ecology of Warlpiri water rights : a denial of access and land alienation to perennial water sources on leased lands in the Western Desert, Lisa Patricia Watts
Production
Copyright
Note
2 folded maps in pockets on inside back cover: Warlpiri water mythology (epic scale) (59 cm x 84.5 cm) ; Warlpiri water mythology (Jukurrpa) on Mount Doreen PPL (59 cm x 84.5 cm)
Accompanying material
1 PAL DVD (24 min.) (4 3/4 ins.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
  • volume
  • videodisc
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : an environmental conflict over water : the Western Desert people and water sources : the centrality of Pikilyi and Mt Doreen to the Warlpiri people; Warlpiri water transitions; Research aims and design; Relevant literature and the contribution of this study; Methodology and collaborative research methods : appendix one: documentary; appendix two: the Pikilyi Family Tree (genealogy); Appendix three: cultural mapping; Collaborative research methods -- Warlpiri water rights : Warlpiri water rights framework; Pikilyi jukurrpa : Warnayarra (Rainbow Serpent); Mala (Rufous hair wallaby - lagorchestes hirsutus); Kakalalaya manu Yirrarnti (white/pink and black cockatoo); Kungkakutjarra/karntajarra (Two women) and Nguri (tawny frog owl mouth); Karnta-patu (few women from Kunajarrayi); Yuparli (bush banana); Watakiyi (bush orange); Ancestral ties of the Mt Doreen Pastoral Lease : Warukupalipali (Falcon bird / kestrels); Kinki (Giant woman); Wardapi (Goanna) Yurnturrkunyu (Black headed python); Yarla (Bush potato); Witi (ceremonial pole); Warna (Snake); Ngarlikirdi (Witchetty grub); Parmapardu (Flying ant); Luurnpakurlangu (place name); Yankirri (Emu); Warlukurlangu (Fire); Ngaralajiyi (Bush carrot); Janganpa (Possum); Jintilka (Grasshopper); Miyikurlangu -- Warlpiri codes of access -- Historical encounters over water : racially opposed worldviews; All in the name of progress: the colonial races; Explorers first encounters with Warlpiri; Early transitions to land and water regimes; The water supply regime; Warlpiri water narratives on dispossession of perennial water sources -- The stagnation of Warlpiri water rights: frontier violence and legal dominance: Denial of access by frontier violence: the Coniston Massacre, 1928: events leading to the Coniston Massacre, 1928; Denial of access by legal dominance: ill treatment of Warlpiri; Denial of access to Pikilyi; Braitling v King; The Simpson Inquiry 1946: a miscarriage of justice -- The stagnation of Warlpiri water rights: politics of legal amendments : the development of lessees' water rights framework; Aboriginal rights to lands leased under Crown Land ordinances: protectionists' resistance to the politics of legal amendments; The irony of "perpetuity" in relation to sustainability; The social consequences of land and water transitions -- The stagnation of Warlpiri water rights: flaws of the land rights era, Western Desert region : the implication of land rights for Warlpiri water rights; land alienation and land degradation; Warlpiri water rights on Aboriginal Reserves; Lessees resistance to land claims accession (Yurrukuru (Brooks Soak) Land Claim 1992 -- The emergence of the Pikilyi Movement : theoretical underpinnings on Warlpiri conceptualisations of social movements; A Warlpiri initiative: "the alternative knowledge systems" model; The formalization of the Pikilyi Movement : reinvigorating social responsibilities on environmental protection; Warlpiri water rights strategies based on customary law -- Warlpiri utilization of Australian legislation based on the foundations of Warlpiri law : a sacred site application for the registration of Pikilyi; The failed purchase of MDPL; The hypocrisies of the Ngalyapunpa CLA application; The Pikilyi CLA application; The re-engagement of the Pikilyi people; The theoretical underpinnings of Warlpiri conceptualisation of applied practice; Conclusion; The broader implications of Warlpiri water rights
Control code
000044853015
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
294, 15 pages
Governing access note
Open access reading; Open copying for private study, closed quotation; Not for interlibrary loan
Media category
  • unmediated
  • video
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (some coloured), maps (some folded)
Stock number
MAR12/061

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