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by Ronald Murray Berndt

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Author:
Ronald Murray Berndt
ISBN13:
978-0170051088
ISBN:
0170051080
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Nelson (1976)
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More by Ronald M. Berndt. Love Songs of Arnhem Land. Ronald M. Berndt, Catherine Berndt. Australian Aboriginal religion. A World That Was: The Yaraldi of the Murray River and the Lakes, South Australia (Miegunyah Press Series, No 11). Catherine H. Berndt, Ronald M. The Barbarians: An Anthropological View (Pelican).

BERNDT, Ronald M. Book Description and Condition. This book brings to general readers the richness and originality of traditional Aboriginal erotic song-poetry. In Professor Berndt's sensitive renderings the poems conjure up the haunting atmosphere of muted eroticism of the north-eastern Arnhem Landers'. They open a whole new world of indigenous Australian literature, part of Australia's heritage. pp. xiv, 130, colour. Hard cover in dust jacket

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Three Faces of Love: Traditional Aboriginal Song-Poetry. ISBN 9780170051088 (978-0-17-005108-8) Hardcover, Nelson, 1976. Ronald Murray Berndt at LibraryThing.

Ronald Murray Berndt (14 July 1916 – 2 May 1990) was an Australian social anthropologist who, in 1963, became the inaugural professor of anthropology at the University of Western Australia. He and his wife Catherine Berndt maintained a close professional partnership for five decades, working among Aboriginal Australians at Ooldea (1941), Northern Territory cattle stations (1944–46), Balgo (1957–81) and natives of New Guinea (1951–53).

Ronald Murray Berndt, Australian anthropologist, ethnologist. Recipient Wellcome medal, 1958; University Grants Commission grantee Government of India, 1965, grantee Australian University, from 1985; Nuffield fellow, 1953-1954, Carnegie Traveling fellow, 1955-1956. Berndt was an early advocate for legal recognition and protection of Aboriginal sacred sites, and clashed in 1980 with the Liberal premier Sir Charles Court over the Noonkanbah dispute in the Kimberley region. His interest was much broader than any one specific location or event, and he was focused on the national dimensions of the land rights issue.

of magic, rainmakers, charms; Mortuary rites, types of burial (Great Victoria Desert, Arnhem Land), mourning; Foreign influence before European settlement, present day culture contact situation, land rights; Three songs from Arnhem Land in English, drawings show bark paintings.

of magic, rainmakers, charms; Mortuary rites, types of burial (Great Victoria Desert, Arnhem Land), mourning; Foreign influence before European settlement, present day culture contact situation, land rights; Three songs from Arnhem Land in English, drawings show bark paintings, crayon drawings from Arnhem Land.

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