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Introduction to Aboriginal arts and society : VIS 123 /cUniversity of Wollongong. Faculty of Creative Arts

Label
Introduction to Aboriginal arts and society : VIS 123 /cUniversity of Wollongong. Faculty of Creative Arts
Title
Introduction to Aboriginal arts and society
Title remainder
VIS 123 /cUniversity of Wollongong. Faculty of Creative Arts
Contributor
Issuing body
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
AIAS
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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University of Wollongong
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  • Bennett, Gordon
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Arts, Aboriginal Australian
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Introduction to Aboriginal arts and society : VIS 123 /cUniversity of Wollongong. Faculty of Creative Arts
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Different peoples -- What is "country"? -- In the beginning -- Sacred sites and dreaming tracks -- Owning and carring for country -- Contemporary Indigenous peoples' land ans sea management -- National parks -- Fisheries management -- Cultural sites -- Community rangers -- Community resource management agencies -- Other land management projects -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples marine management -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' use of land and sea resources -- Current recognition of indigenous peoples' land and sea interests -- Hunting, Gathering and fishing rights -- Protection of cultural sites -- Land rights -- Sea rights -- Native title on land and sea -- The high court native title decision -- The implications of native title -- Native title in the sea -- Future recognition of indigenous peoples' land and sea intersts -- Torres Strait Islander peoples land and sea interests -- Relationship with Papua New Guinea -- Torres Strait Islanders on mainland Australia -- Commercial utilisation of Torres Strait resources -- Future management of Torres Strait land ans sea -- International developments -- Conclusions -- Song Texts -- 'Pitjantatjara land rights song' by the Ernabella choir, from Rebel Voices from Black Australia, Imparja, N.d. -- 'Island home', written by Neil Murray, sung by Christine Anu, from Stylin' Up, Mushroom Records, 1995 -- 'The luck of the Abos', by Les Collins, from Rebel Voices from Black Australia, Imparja, N.d. -- 'Gurindji blues', by Ted Egan from the Aboriginals, EMI/ABC, N.d. -- 'Took the children away', by Archie Roach, from Charcoal Lane, Mushroom records, 1990 -- Relating to the past - part two: the dreaming -- Patterns of connection: leah King-Smith's subject / Clare Williamson -- Portraits of our Elders / Candice Bruce -- Breastplates and nineteen century photography / Tania Cleary -- Breastplates an Aboriginal view / Phil Gordon -- Letter to the Edditors, Sydney Morning Herald, 4 June 1842 -- Chapter 2: Landscape as tradition and metaphor / T.G.Strehlow -- Aboriginal art and the protection of indigenous cultural rights / Colin Golvan -- Fluent -- Gordon Bennett: artist -- Lets end the Slander: Office of the Commission of Australia 1979 -- Rintoul: 'the wailing' -- Kilayurilapa: I don't want to forget / Dusty Stevens, Sunshine Williams -- Aboriginal music in South Australia -- Mandawuy Yunupingue: Yothu Yindi Band -- The black/white conflict / Galarrwuy Yunupingu -- How can balanda (white Australians) learn about the Aboriginal world? / Raymattja Marika-Mununggiritj -- Hollywood inconography: a Waripiri reading [1987]
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
156 pages in various foliations
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
lack and white illustrations, portraits;
Label
Introduction to Aboriginal arts and society : VIS 123 /cUniversity of Wollongong. Faculty of Creative Arts
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Different peoples -- What is "country"? -- In the beginning -- Sacred sites and dreaming tracks -- Owning and carring for country -- Contemporary Indigenous peoples' land ans sea management -- National parks -- Fisheries management -- Cultural sites -- Community rangers -- Community resource management agencies -- Other land management projects -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples marine management -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' use of land and sea resources -- Current recognition of indigenous peoples' land and sea interests -- Hunting, Gathering and fishing rights -- Protection of cultural sites -- Land rights -- Sea rights -- Native title on land and sea -- The high court native title decision -- The implications of native title -- Native title in the sea -- Future recognition of indigenous peoples' land and sea intersts -- Torres Strait Islander peoples land and sea interests -- Relationship with Papua New Guinea -- Torres Strait Islanders on mainland Australia -- Commercial utilisation of Torres Strait resources -- Future management of Torres Strait land ans sea -- International developments -- Conclusions -- Song Texts -- 'Pitjantatjara land rights song' by the Ernabella choir, from Rebel Voices from Black Australia, Imparja, N.d. -- 'Island home', written by Neil Murray, sung by Christine Anu, from Stylin' Up, Mushroom Records, 1995 -- 'The luck of the Abos', by Les Collins, from Rebel Voices from Black Australia, Imparja, N.d. -- 'Gurindji blues', by Ted Egan from the Aboriginals, EMI/ABC, N.d. -- 'Took the children away', by Archie Roach, from Charcoal Lane, Mushroom records, 1990 -- Relating to the past - part two: the dreaming -- Patterns of connection: leah King-Smith's subject / Clare Williamson -- Portraits of our Elders / Candice Bruce -- Breastplates and nineteen century photography / Tania Cleary -- Breastplates an Aboriginal view / Phil Gordon -- Letter to the Edditors, Sydney Morning Herald, 4 June 1842 -- Chapter 2: Landscape as tradition and metaphor / T.G.Strehlow -- Aboriginal art and the protection of indigenous cultural rights / Colin Golvan -- Fluent -- Gordon Bennett: artist -- Lets end the Slander: Office of the Commission of Australia 1979 -- Rintoul: 'the wailing' -- Kilayurilapa: I don't want to forget / Dusty Stevens, Sunshine Williams -- Aboriginal music in South Australia -- Mandawuy Yunupingue: Yothu Yindi Band -- The black/white conflict / Galarrwuy Yunupingu -- How can balanda (white Australians) learn about the Aboriginal world? / Raymattja Marika-Mununggiritj -- Hollywood inconography: a Waripiri reading [1987]
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
156 pages in various foliations
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
lack and white illustrations, portraits;

Library Locations

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