Singing the Land, Signing the Land: A Portfolio of Exhibits
"This book forms part of the HUS203, HUS204 Nature and human nature course offered by the School of Humanities in Deakin University's Open Campus Program" -- T.p. verso.
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Aboriginal Australia Aboriginal knowledge Aboriginal Studies alligator Ancestors Archie Weller Arnhemland Australian Institute bala bark painting Bill Neidjie boundaries Bruno Latour Bukum Bularrwurru bungul Canberra canoe conceptual systems constitute context created crocodile cultural Cycadales cycads cycles dance Deakin University Dhuwa Djarrak Dreamtime Dyirbal English European Australians everyday Exhibit G. E. M. Anscombe Gallery Gamarra grid Gumatj gurrutu system human Imagine Institute of Aboriginal ITEM knowledge systems knowledge-power network laboratory landscape Latour Laynhapuy linguistic living mathematics meaning Melbourne microworlds moiety natural world negotiation number system Nuwul º º ochre on bark ºº organised particular pathu Photograph practices production recursion relatedness relations relationships reproduced by permission Rirratjimu clan river rrrr Singing the land ſº social society songlines South Australia species texts things traditions trees understanding units of land University of Melbourne Wangurri Western Whorf Yirritja Yirrkala Yolngu language Yolngu matha Yolngu world Yunupinu