Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781921509315
Released: May 2009
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A$39.95

Before the Old People & Still Today – An Ethnoarchaeology of Yanyuwa Places and Narratives of Engagement

By Amanda Kearney

That's not their country, why they putting up gates
...that's our country...we want our land first!

Dinah Norman a-Marrngawi

For the author of this book, the Yanyuwa people and their country in the Northern Territory offer an opportunity to explore the politics of the past from the perspective of critical and social theory, which allows for multiple interpretations of the past and presents complex systems of meaning in people's relationship to place.


 

Categories: Australian History

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