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Bounuh wongee : Message stick : a report on Mutant Message Down Under, co-ordinator Robert Eggington, Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation

Label
Bounuh wongee : Message stick : a report on Mutant Message Down Under
Title
Bounuh wongee
Title remainder
Message stick : a report on Mutant Message Down Under
Statement of responsibility
co-ordinator Robert Eggington, Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation
Title variation
Message stick
Title variation remainder
a report on Mutant Message Down Under
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annual report to members of Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation voicing opposition to the exploitation of Indigenous culture, Aboriginal response to book 'Mutant Message Down Under' by Marlo Morgan; report on Aboriginal peoples' attempts to expose the book as fraudulent; protest tour of Japan by representatives of Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation; reproductions of Japanese and Australian newspaper articles regarding protests
Cataloging source
NSL:M
Dewey number
305.89915
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • facsimiles
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Bounuh wongee : Message stick : a report on Mutant Message Down Under, co-ordinator Robert Eggington, Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Cover title
Contents
Volume 1 : Jangga meenya bomunygur -- Overview -- Cultural right for Dumbartung to co-ordinate Aboriginal response -- Map -- Background : Marlo Morgan and Mutant Message Down Under : synopsis of Mutant Message Down Under, fact versus fiction, sales and spin offs; Noongar meeting, Perth, 29 March 1995 -- Aboriginal protocol: protocol; workshop format; Central and Western Desert Groups; Kimberley Groups; Adelaide; -- Response : Mutant Message Down Under - the book : inconsistencies, falsehoods and inclusion of native American culture; Disregard for Aboriginal protocol of clearance; Reporting of men's and women's business; Marlo Morgan's "right to speak" as an authority on Aboriginal culture; Marlo Morgan's denigration of all other Aboriginal people -- Aboriginal ownership and control -- People's statements -- Appendices: A. Extended synopsis of Mutant Message Down Under -- B. Anthropological review of Mutant Message Down Under -- Media statements and articles -- Support letters from visited groups -- Volume 2: New Age masquerade of imperialism -- Overview -- Profiles of the delegation from Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation involved in the American campaign against Marlo Morgan; The United States Campaign -- "Mutant Message Down Under" various book cover versions; Articles: Mutated messages : a new battle erupts between angry Aborigines and author Marlo Morgan / Craig Henderson; Mutant messenger: US author's book about a lost tribe Down Under stirs up Aborigines and academics / Craig Henderson; Marlo Morgan answers her critics -- Media articles : "Mutant Message Down Under": Making the message mine; Marlo Morgan's Mutant Message Down Under : an anthropological perspective / Dr John E Stanton -- Volume 3 : Mutant Message Down Under : Japanese Campaign April 1997 -- Our valued support group -- Japanese media coverage
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
3 volumes in 2
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 of vol. 1 donated by Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation.
Other physical details
ill., facsims.
Label
Bounuh wongee : Message stick : a report on Mutant Message Down Under, co-ordinator Robert Eggington, Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation
Publication
Note
Cover title
Contents
Volume 1 : Jangga meenya bomunygur -- Overview -- Cultural right for Dumbartung to co-ordinate Aboriginal response -- Map -- Background : Marlo Morgan and Mutant Message Down Under : synopsis of Mutant Message Down Under, fact versus fiction, sales and spin offs; Noongar meeting, Perth, 29 March 1995 -- Aboriginal protocol: protocol; workshop format; Central and Western Desert Groups; Kimberley Groups; Adelaide; -- Response : Mutant Message Down Under - the book : inconsistencies, falsehoods and inclusion of native American culture; Disregard for Aboriginal protocol of clearance; Reporting of men's and women's business; Marlo Morgan's "right to speak" as an authority on Aboriginal culture; Marlo Morgan's denigration of all other Aboriginal people -- Aboriginal ownership and control -- People's statements -- Appendices: A. Extended synopsis of Mutant Message Down Under -- B. Anthropological review of Mutant Message Down Under -- Media statements and articles -- Support letters from visited groups -- Volume 2: New Age masquerade of imperialism -- Overview -- Profiles of the delegation from Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation involved in the American campaign against Marlo Morgan; The United States Campaign -- "Mutant Message Down Under" various book cover versions; Articles: Mutated messages : a new battle erupts between angry Aborigines and author Marlo Morgan / Craig Henderson; Mutant messenger: US author's book about a lost tribe Down Under stirs up Aborigines and academics / Craig Henderson; Marlo Morgan answers her critics -- Media articles : "Mutant Message Down Under": Making the message mine; Marlo Morgan's Mutant Message Down Under : an anthropological perspective / Dr John E Stanton -- Volume 3 : Mutant Message Down Under : Japanese Campaign April 1997 -- Our valued support group -- Japanese media coverage
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
3 volumes in 2
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 of vol. 1 donated by Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation.
Other physical details
ill., facsims.

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