Dingo Makes Us Human

Author: Deborah Bird Rose
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521794848
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This ethnography explores the culture of the Yarralin people in the Northern Territory.

Wild Dog Dreaming

Author: Deborah Bird Rose
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 081393107X
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In Wild Dog Dreaming, Deborah Bird Rose explores what constitutes an ethical relationship with nonhuman others in this era of loss. She asks, Who are we, as a species? How do we fit into the Earth’s systems?

A Communion Of Subjects

Author: Paul Waldau
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231509979
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D.B. Rose, Dingo Makes Us Human: Life and Land in an Australian Aboriginal
Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992). 6. See R.M. Berndt, An
Adjustment Movement in Arnhem Land (Paris and The Hague: Cahiers de L'
Homme, Mouton, 1962) and later in this essay. 7. See I.S. McIntosh, ''The Totemic
Embrace: Belonging and Otherness in the Australian Bush'' Australian Folklore
20 (2005): 30–39. 8. D.H.Turner, Dialectics in Tradition: Myth and Social
Structure in Two ...

Dog

Author: Susan McHugh
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1861894880
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B1. 61 Ann Hodgman, 'No Wonder They Call Me a Bitch', in The Best American
Essays, ed. Robert Atwan (Boston, MA, 2001), pp. 195–6. 62 Schwartz, A History
of Dogs, p. 92. 63 White, Myths of the DogMan, pp. 71–2. 64 Menache, 'Dogs:
God's Worst Enemies?'. 65 Schwartz, A History of Dogs, p. 23. 66 Corbett, The
Dingo, p. 22. 67 Deborah Bird Rose, Dingo Makes Us Human: Life and Land in
an Australian Aboriginal Culture (Cambridge, 2000), pp. 42–9. 68 Mary Miller
and Karl ...

The Changing Image Of The Sciences

Author: Ida H. Stamhuis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401005877
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... about reality with considerable empirical rigour; see J.E. McClellan III and H.
Dorn, Science and Technology in World History (Baltimore:The Johns Hopkins
University Press, 1999) 13. * Deborah Bird Rose, Dingo Makes us Human: Life
and Land in an Australian Aboriginal Culture (Cambridge: CUP 2000) 5. * In a
fascinating study of Aboriginal Australian cosmologies, Tony Swain has argued
that the sense of locality and place (“ubiety”) was more fundamental than the
sense of time; ...

Encyclopedia Of Folk Heroes

Author: Graham Seal
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1576072169
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Related entries: Children's Folk Heroes; National Heroes; Nautical Heroes
References and further reading Clark, E., Indian Legends of Canada,Toronto:
McClelland and Stewart, 1960, pp. 157–158. McMillan, C. (coll. and ed.),
Canadian Wonder Tales, London:The Bodley Head, 1974 (combines two
collections published in 1918 and 1922). Rose, D., Dingo Makes Us Human:Life
and Land in an Aboriginal Australian Culture, Melbourne: Melbourne University
Press, 1992, pp. 198–202 ...

The Shape Of The Dreaming

Author: Darrell Lewis
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Discusses the various types of rock art in the Victoria River district, its significance to its Aboriginal custodians and the importance of joint consultatoon about protection of sites.

Mediating Across Difference

Author: Morgan Brigg
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
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15. Swain, Place for Strangers, p. 51. 16. Graham, “Some Thoughts," p. Io9. 17.
Mary Graham, “On Customary Law: An Outline of the Philosophical
Underpinnings of Western Law and Customary Law" (Brisbane: self-published,
1995). 18. From Graham, “Introduction to Kummara Conceptual Framework.” 19.
Deborah Bird Rose, Dingo Makes Us Human: Life and Land in an Aboriginal
Australian Culture (Cambridge, UK, and Melbourne, Victoria: Cambridge
University Press, 2000), pp.

A Very Elegant Animal

Author: Roland Breckwoldt
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ISBN: 9780207158117
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Chapter on Aborigines and the dingo, as a pet, food, in religion, in art; origin of the word dingo.