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Humanities Research Journal Series; Volume XVIII. No. 1. 2012

Perspectives on Ethnographic Film

Edited by Natasha Fijn and Pip Deveson

ISSN 1440-0669 (Print version) $23.00 (GST inclusive)
ISSN 1834-8491 (Online)
Published November 2012

Citation url: http://press.anu.edu.au?p=209871


Chapter 2. Discussion Sequence from Djungguwan at Gurka’wuy

Chapter 2. Dundiwuy Drawing in the Sand Sequence from Djungguwan at Gurka’wuy

Chapter 2. 1970 Council Meeting Sequence from Pain for this Land

Chapter 3. Opening Sequence of Celso and Cora

Chapter 3. Celso Vending Sequence

Chapter 3. Cora’s Pig Story Sequence

Chapter 4. Opening Sequence of Doon School Chronicles

Chapter 4. Dormitory Sequence of Doon School Chronicles

Chapter 4. Arjun Sood Sequence of Doon School Chronicles

Chapter 5. Khangai Herds Segment 2: Saikhanaa and the Calves

Chapter 5. Khangai Herds Segment 5: ‘Lhagva the Herder’

Chapter 5. Khangai Herds Segment 9: ‘Training for Naadam’

Chapter 6. Opening Sequence from Memoirs of a Plague

Chapter 6. Opening Sequence from Creatures of the Flood

Chapter 6. End Sequence from Memoirs of a Plague

Chapter 7. Introductory Sequence: ‘Being Yourself’

Chapter 7. Sequence Two: ‘Meditation’

Chapter 7. Sequence Three: ‘Composing and Practising’

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