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The Resource Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming : Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality, Ian S. McIntosh

Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming : Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality, Ian S. McIntosh

Label
Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming : Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality
Title
Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming
Title remainder
Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality
Statement of responsibility
Ian S. McIntosh
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the Warramiri stories on relationships with the Macassans and views on reconciliation, given their long history of contact; based on the stories of and conversations with David Burrumarra, Warramiri clan Elder; the Dreaming forms the basis of Warramiri reconciliation endeavours; describes Burrumarra's "membership and remembership" argument for reconciliation; Warramiri have been pursuing reconciliation for the past forty years; discusses the Birrinydji narrative
Cataloging source
ABC
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1957-
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McIntosh, Ian S.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
DU125.Y64
LC item number
M35 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Cultural survival studies in ethnicity and change
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  • Burramarra, David
  • Yolngu (Australian people)
  • Yolngu (Australian people)
  • Yolngu (Australian people)
  • Mythology, Aboriginal Australian
  • Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology)
Label
Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming : Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality, Ian S. McIntosh
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Maps on endpapers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-144) and index
Contents
The Warramirri, 1920 onwards -- A divided nation: Australia at the crossroads, the beginning and the end of the reconciliation process?, legal recognition of Aboriginal human rights, Mabo and reconciliation, seeking a "compact" or "composition" -- Seeking reconciliation: what is reconciliation?, convention debates, self-determination and reconciliation, making a new start -- The Yolngu and their dreaming: chapter outlines, Elcho Islanders and their land, the Dreaming, Yolngu social structure, Yolngu, Macassans and Europeans, Warramirri Mala identity -- Dealing with outsiders: adoption into the Yolngu world, official visitors, reconciliation and the visitor, the changing nature of interaction, Aborigines, Macassans, missionaries, and politicians -- Warramirri initiatives: Burrumara - a life at center stage, setting the scene, the adjustment movement in Arnhem Land, flag treaty proposal, the Aboriginal and the Yolngu flags, the new generation -- Reconciliation and the Dreaming : living the dream, a "new" traditional perspective on Birrinydji and Walitha' Walitha, the mast and the flag, membership and remembership, Christianity and self-determination, implementing marginalization, the ARDS report, Christianity at Galiwin'ku, confronting marginalization, Aboriginal self-determination -- Aboriginal management of the sea: Warramiri sea dreamings, whale hunters and the Warramirri, a proposal for Yolngu management of the sea, the need for a strategy -- Mining, marginalization and the power of veto: the dilemma of mining, the playing field, Aboriginal responses, Burrumarra, Macassans and mining in Northeast Arnhem Land, whose interests are being served? -- Reconciliation on the world stage: international covenants, the Yolngu delegation to Switzerland, reuniting with the Macassans -- The road ahead: progress and regress, reconciliation in Arnhem Land
Control code
000021249371
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xii, 148 p
Isbn
9780205297931
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
99461958
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
Aboriginal reconciliation and the Dreaming : Warramiri Yolngu and the quest for equality, Ian S. McIntosh
Publication
Note
Maps on endpapers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-144) and index
Contents
The Warramirri, 1920 onwards -- A divided nation: Australia at the crossroads, the beginning and the end of the reconciliation process?, legal recognition of Aboriginal human rights, Mabo and reconciliation, seeking a "compact" or "composition" -- Seeking reconciliation: what is reconciliation?, convention debates, self-determination and reconciliation, making a new start -- The Yolngu and their dreaming: chapter outlines, Elcho Islanders and their land, the Dreaming, Yolngu social structure, Yolngu, Macassans and Europeans, Warramirri Mala identity -- Dealing with outsiders: adoption into the Yolngu world, official visitors, reconciliation and the visitor, the changing nature of interaction, Aborigines, Macassans, missionaries, and politicians -- Warramirri initiatives: Burrumara - a life at center stage, setting the scene, the adjustment movement in Arnhem Land, flag treaty proposal, the Aboriginal and the Yolngu flags, the new generation -- Reconciliation and the Dreaming : living the dream, a "new" traditional perspective on Birrinydji and Walitha' Walitha, the mast and the flag, membership and remembership, Christianity and self-determination, implementing marginalization, the ARDS report, Christianity at Galiwin'ku, confronting marginalization, Aboriginal self-determination -- Aboriginal management of the sea: Warramiri sea dreamings, whale hunters and the Warramirri, a proposal for Yolngu management of the sea, the need for a strategy -- Mining, marginalization and the power of veto: the dilemma of mining, the playing field, Aboriginal responses, Burrumarra, Macassans and mining in Northeast Arnhem Land, whose interests are being served? -- Reconciliation on the world stage: international covenants, the Yolngu delegation to Switzerland, reuniting with the Macassans -- The road ahead: progress and regress, reconciliation in Arnhem Land
Control code
000021249371
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xii, 148 p
Isbn
9780205297931
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
99461958
Other physical details
ill., maps

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