The Resource "Alien abductions', Kimberley Aboriginal rock-paintings, and the speculation about human origins: : on some investments in cultural tourism in the northern Kimberley, Anthony Redmond

"Alien abductions', Kimberley Aboriginal rock-paintings, and the speculation about human origins: : on some investments in cultural tourism in the northern Kimberley, Anthony Redmond

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"Alien abductions', Kimberley Aboriginal rock-paintings, and the speculation about human origins: : on some investments in cultural tourism in the northern Kimberley
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"Alien abductions', Kimberley Aboriginal rock-paintings, and the speculation about human origins:
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on some investments in cultural tourism in the northern Kimberley
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Anthony Redmond
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eng
Summary
Review of the way Indigenous cultural heritage is interpreted in the Kimberley; examines the theme of external origins in the controversy around the Gwoin Gwoin / Bradshaw art - the origin theory of Grahame Walsh; historical speculations about the origins of Wanjina figure art; review of archaeological evidence for cultural change in the Kimberley region; discussion of Walsh's hypothesis and attitudes to research; evidence for the Aboriginal meaning of Gwoin paintings; European interpretation of Kimberley art in the colonial context - psychological aspects of the desire for "lost civilisation" and childhood mystery; impact on power relations within the tourist industry - creation of fantasy images of Aboriginality
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Redmond, Anthony
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non fiction
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Walsh, Grahame L.
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"Alien abductions', Kimberley Aboriginal rock-paintings, and the speculation about human origins: : on some investments in cultural tourism in the northern Kimberley, Anthony Redmond
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Bibliography: p.63-64
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p.54-64
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"Alien abductions', Kimberley Aboriginal rock-paintings, and the speculation about human origins: : on some investments in cultural tourism in the northern Kimberley, Anthony Redmond
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.63-64
Extent
p.54-64

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