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Author:
Roslyn Poignant
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978-0642106650
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0642106657
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Antipodes Books and Beyond, Ltd. (1996)
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Roslyn Betty Poignant (May 12, 1927 – November 7, 2019) was an Australian photographic anthropologist who collaboratively published, interpreted, managed, and repatriated husband Axel Poignant's photographs including photos of indigenous peoples.

Roslyn Betty Poignant (May 12, 1927 – November 7, 2019) was an Australian photographic anthropologist who collaboratively published, interpreted, managed, and repatriated husband Axel Poignant's photographs including photos of indigenous peoples from Arnhem Land, Papua New Guinea, and Tahiti; also involved in photographing and writing about museum collections of the material culture of Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Australia

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Roslyn Poignant is the author, with Axel Poignant, of Encounter at Nagalarramba and curator of Captive Lives: Looking for Tambo and His Companions, an exhibition for the National Library of Australia.

Poignant, Roslyn; Poignant, Axel. National Library of Australia. Berry Books is commited to a hassle free returns policy. If you are not satisfied with your purchase we well give you a full refund within 14 days of the your receipt of the goods. To instigate a return please contact us below.

Encounter at Nagalarramba is a splendid celebration of the quest for human dignity through mutual understanding. ISBN13:9780642106650.

Encounter at Nagalarramba published in 1996 and a joint work with Roslyn Poignant. 1983 Exhibition held at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery: This exhibition for Poignant was organised by the NSW Art Gallery (AGNSW). A major survey of this well known Australian photographer whose reputation was established as a chronicler of Australian life and especially of the Australian Aborigine.

Roslyn Poignant (nee Izatt) was brought up in the Sydney suburb of. .

Roslyn Poignant (nee Izatt) was brought up in the Sydney suburb of Maroubra. She graduated from this University in 1949 with Honours in History and Anthropology. She was then employed by the Commonwealth Department of Information Film Division. Her publications from that period include Encounter at Nagalarramba (1995), a work of scholarship based on fieldwork in Arnhem Land. At the settlement of Maningrida she worked with community elders to interpret photos Axel had taken there nearly fifty years earlier. The book provides rare insights into the way photography has been schematized into an Aboriginal world-view.

Encounter Books, New York. Independent publisher of serious non-fiction. Encounter magazine in another life. Promoting intelligent debate. The story of the encounter, which culminated in a Rom ceremony for Axel, is traced in the central photographic narrative of over 200 photographs, which follows the chronology of Axel's diary.

Roslyn Poignant with Axel Poignant, Encounter at Nagalarramba (Canberra: National Library of Australia .

Roslyn Poignant with Axel Poignant, Encounter at Nagalarramba (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1996), p. 1. oogle Scholar. p. IIes and Russell Roberts, In Visible Light; Ruth Charity, Christopher Pinney, Roslyn Poignant and Chris White, ed. The Impossible Science of Being: Dialogues between Anthropology and Photography (London: The Photographers’ Gallery, 1995); Skotnes, e. Miscast: Negotiating the Presence of the Bushmen (Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press, 1996).

Published by the National Library of Australia. 'Axel Poignant's expedition to the Liverpool River, Arnhem Land, in 1952 set in motion one of the most remarkable diplomatic initiatives by Aborigines in the history of colonisation. Encounter at Nagalarramba is a splendid celebration of the quest for human dignity through mutual understanding.'- Les Hiatt. The story of the encounter, which culminated in a Rom ceremony for Axel, is traced in the central photographic narrative of over 200 photographs, which follows the chronology of Axel's diary.