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Kardu-thipmam=b : lack people : first of the Australians, edited by Neil McLeod ; theme texts for teachers [by] Alex Barlow and Marji Hill

Label
Kardu-thipmam=b : lack people : first of the Australians
Title
Kardu-thipmam=b
Title remainder
lack people : first of the Australians
Statement of responsibility
edited by Neil McLeod ; theme texts for teachers [by] Alex Barlow and Marji Hill
Title variation
Black people
Title variation remainder
first of the Australians
Creator
Contributor
Subject
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McLeod, Neil
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1947-
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  • Barlow, Alex
  • Hill, Marji
  • McLeod, Neil
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Aboriginal Australians
Label
Kardu-thipmam=b : lack people : first of the Australians, edited by Neil McLeod ; theme texts for teachers [by] Alex Barlow and Marji Hill
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title of teacher's guide "Kardu thipman"
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references
  • Includes bibliographical references
Contents
'Today Aborigines' : varieties of the style -- 'It's coming yet' : Aboriginalising decision making -- 'Cultural revival is survival' : Cultural identify -- 'My great ancestors who lived in the times of history' : Religious beliefs -- 'The day of the diprotodon' Ancient Australia -- 'Long long time' : Human settlement -- 'Kanyininpa' : Holding the country, Carrying the law, Religion and life -- 'All the world is dua or yirritja' : Kinship -- 'The land is my backbone' : Relationship to land -- 'To get that country' : The homelands movement -- 'Men's business' : Male roles -- 'Women's business' : Female roles -- 'Making smoke' : Uses of fire -- 'Djakaldjirrparr - A clan well' : Water -- Walga Ngamardiki - The land of mother' : Earth -- 'Uluru' : The rock uses of stone -- 'Wiltja YU' : Houses -- 'Fur feathers & ochre' : Clothing -- 'Aboriginal men of high degree' : Traditional headling -- 'Not to lose you my manguage' : Communication arts -- 'Trackers and guides' : The art of the tracker -- 'Inventions and ingenuity' : Hunter-gatherer technology in Australia -- 'Affluence and subsistence' : Hunter-gatherer life styles in Australia -- 'A pesronal assemblage, a collective vision' : Painting arts, part 1 and part 2 -- 'Carib-Berie, Wongga and other ceremonial performances' Song and dance -- 'Of the lives and deeds of the immortal beings' : Oral Traditions -- 'Carved, fluted and ochred' : Sculpture and weaving -- 'paint large barks with important stories' : Modern arts -- 'Tjintu pakani-sunrise awakening' : Song and dance today -- 'The coming of men with faces of white pipe clay' : First contacts between blacks and whites -- 'You are to endeavour to open an intercourse with the natives' : Government policies for Aborigines -- 'Without land I am nothing' : Aborigines and the right to land -- 'Kulila think, take note' : Education -- "All they give us for our land is a blanket once a year' : Employment -- 'The marrnggitj and the doctor' : Aboriginal health today -- 'Fear, favour or affection' : Aborigines and law -- 'Kulinma - Listening to Aboriginal Australians' : The move to self management -- 'To be young, gifted and black' : Aboriginal futures -- 'Because a white man'll never do it' : Aborigines speaking out
Control code
M0030651
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
80 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library
Isbn
9780959400304
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
6316b
System control number
0044159
Label
Kardu-thipmam=b : lack people : first of the Australians, edited by Neil McLeod ; theme texts for teachers [by] Alex Barlow and Marji Hill
Publication
Note
Title of teacher's guide "Kardu thipman"
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references
  • Includes bibliographical references
Contents
'Today Aborigines' : varieties of the style -- 'It's coming yet' : Aboriginalising decision making -- 'Cultural revival is survival' : Cultural identify -- 'My great ancestors who lived in the times of history' : Religious beliefs -- 'The day of the diprotodon' Ancient Australia -- 'Long long time' : Human settlement -- 'Kanyininpa' : Holding the country, Carrying the law, Religion and life -- 'All the world is dua or yirritja' : Kinship -- 'The land is my backbone' : Relationship to land -- 'To get that country' : The homelands movement -- 'Men's business' : Male roles -- 'Women's business' : Female roles -- 'Making smoke' : Uses of fire -- 'Djakaldjirrparr - A clan well' : Water -- Walga Ngamardiki - The land of mother' : Earth -- 'Uluru' : The rock uses of stone -- 'Wiltja YU' : Houses -- 'Fur feathers & ochre' : Clothing -- 'Aboriginal men of high degree' : Traditional headling -- 'Not to lose you my manguage' : Communication arts -- 'Trackers and guides' : The art of the tracker -- 'Inventions and ingenuity' : Hunter-gatherer technology in Australia -- 'Affluence and subsistence' : Hunter-gatherer life styles in Australia -- 'A pesronal assemblage, a collective vision' : Painting arts, part 1 and part 2 -- 'Carib-Berie, Wongga and other ceremonial performances' Song and dance -- 'Of the lives and deeds of the immortal beings' : Oral Traditions -- 'Carved, fluted and ochred' : Sculpture and weaving -- 'paint large barks with important stories' : Modern arts -- 'Tjintu pakani-sunrise awakening' : Song and dance today -- 'The coming of men with faces of white pipe clay' : First contacts between blacks and whites -- 'You are to endeavour to open an intercourse with the natives' : Government policies for Aborigines -- 'Without land I am nothing' : Aborigines and the right to land -- 'Kulila think, take note' : Education -- "All they give us for our land is a blanket once a year' : Employment -- 'The marrnggitj and the doctor' : Aboriginal health today -- 'Fear, favour or affection' : Aborigines and law -- 'Kulinma - Listening to Aboriginal Australians' : The move to self management -- 'To be young, gifted and black' : Aboriginal futures -- 'Because a white man'll never do it' : Aborigines speaking out
Control code
M0030651
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
80 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library
Isbn
9780959400304
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
6316b
System control number
0044159

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