The Resource The architecture of the Torres Strait Islands : from the vernacular to the 'South Sea' type, Christopher Gadke

The architecture of the Torres Strait Islands : from the vernacular to the 'South Sea' type, Christopher Gadke

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The architecture of the Torres Strait Islands : from the vernacular to the 'South Sea' type
Title
The architecture of the Torres Strait Islands
Title remainder
from the vernacular to the 'South Sea' type
Statement of responsibility
Christopher Gadke
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
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Gadke, Christopher
Dissertation note
Thesis (B. Arch.)--University of Queensland, 2001
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  • Vernacular architecture
  • Villages
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The architecture of the Torres Strait Islands : from the vernacular to the 'South Sea' type, Christopher Gadke
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 75-78
Contents
Introduction -- Setting and pre-contact history of the Torres Strait Islands -- Vernacular styles of architecture of the Torres Strait Islanders : group one: Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Villages on Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Houses and shelter on Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Religious ethno-architecture on Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Group two: Mabuiag, Pulu and Badu Islands; Villages on Mabuiag and Badu Islands; Houses and shelter on Mabuiag and Badu Islands; Religious ethno-architecture on Mabuiag, Pulu and Badu Islands; Group three: Muralag and Moa Islands; Miscellaneous ethno-architecture on Muralag and Moa Islands; Group four: Mer, Dauar, Waier, Erub and Ugar Islands; Villages on Mer, Dauar, Waier, Erub and Ugar Islands; Miscellaneous ethno-architecture on Mer, Dauar, Waier, Erub and Ugar Islands; Groups five, six and seven: Group five: Massid, Aurid, Damut, Mauar and Paremar Island; Villages and religious ethno-architecture on Aurid; Villages on Damut Island; Houses and shelter on Damut Island; Religious ethno-architecture on Damut Island; Group six: Tutu, Yam, Gaika and Gaba Island; Houses and shelter on Tutu Island; Religious ethno-architecture on Tutu Island; Houses and shelter on Yam Island; Religious ethno-architecture on Yam Island; Group seven: Naghir and Waraber Islands; Village, houses and shelter on Naghir and Waraber Islands; Religious ethno-architecture on Naghir Island -- Forces for change for the Torres Strait Islanders: First contact: historical overview of early European exploration and contact; Trade; The fisheries industry; Annexation and colonisation; The Coming of the light - Missionaries; Evolution of mission stations and settlements; The variable "South Sea" type of house; Analysis of cultural change -- Conclusion: Summary of findings; Diffusion of syncretism of the architecture within the Torres Straits; Syncretism of the architecture of the Miriam and the Pacific islanders; End note concerning syncretism throughout the Torres Strait; Significance of findings
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
78 leaves
Governing access note
Open access -- reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill., maps
Stock number
MAR08/140
Label
The architecture of the Torres Strait Islands : from the vernacular to the 'South Sea' type, Christopher Gadke
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 75-78
Contents
Introduction -- Setting and pre-contact history of the Torres Strait Islands -- Vernacular styles of architecture of the Torres Strait Islanders : group one: Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Villages on Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Houses and shelter on Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Religious ethno-architecture on Boigu, Dauan and Saibai Islands; Group two: Mabuiag, Pulu and Badu Islands; Villages on Mabuiag and Badu Islands; Houses and shelter on Mabuiag and Badu Islands; Religious ethno-architecture on Mabuiag, Pulu and Badu Islands; Group three: Muralag and Moa Islands; Miscellaneous ethno-architecture on Muralag and Moa Islands; Group four: Mer, Dauar, Waier, Erub and Ugar Islands; Villages on Mer, Dauar, Waier, Erub and Ugar Islands; Miscellaneous ethno-architecture on Mer, Dauar, Waier, Erub and Ugar Islands; Groups five, six and seven: Group five: Massid, Aurid, Damut, Mauar and Paremar Island; Villages and religious ethno-architecture on Aurid; Villages on Damut Island; Houses and shelter on Damut Island; Religious ethno-architecture on Damut Island; Group six: Tutu, Yam, Gaika and Gaba Island; Houses and shelter on Tutu Island; Religious ethno-architecture on Tutu Island; Houses and shelter on Yam Island; Religious ethno-architecture on Yam Island; Group seven: Naghir and Waraber Islands; Village, houses and shelter on Naghir and Waraber Islands; Religious ethno-architecture on Naghir Island -- Forces for change for the Torres Strait Islanders: First contact: historical overview of early European exploration and contact; Trade; The fisheries industry; Annexation and colonisation; The Coming of the light - Missionaries; Evolution of mission stations and settlements; The variable "South Sea" type of house; Analysis of cultural change -- Conclusion: Summary of findings; Diffusion of syncretism of the architecture within the Torres Straits; Syncretism of the architecture of the Miriam and the Pacific islanders; End note concerning syncretism throughout the Torres Strait; Significance of findings
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
78 leaves
Governing access note
Open access -- reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill., maps
Stock number
MAR08/140

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