Aboriginal History Journal: Volume 44

Aboriginal History Journal: Volume 44

Edited by: Crystal McKinnon, Ben Silverstein
 

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In this volume, Charlotte Ward’s narration of re-enactments of the Endeavour’s landing in Cooktown traces local processes of engaging with and producing histories that bring together stories of that landing with the much longer story of Guugu Yimithirr sovereignty. Heather Burke, Ray Kerkhove, Lynley A. Wallis, Cathy Keys and Bryce Barker analyse the extent of fear on the Queensland frontier through a historical and archaeological study of homes and huts and their fortification. In a collaborative article, Myfany Turpin, Felicity Meakins, Marie Mudgedell, Angie Tchooga and Calista Yeoh consider three performances of Puranguwana, a ‘classical’ Western Desert song that emerges from the death of Yawalyurru, a Pintupi man. Paige Gleeson offers us a new perspective on the well-known image of Warlpiri-Anmatyerr man Gwoja Tjungurrayi, known since the 1950s as ‘One Pound Jimmy’, an image featured on postage stamps and on the two dollar coin. And Gretchen Stolte’s study of Queensland Aboriginal Creations situates the production of boomerangs for sale as work of cultural importance, enriching understandings of Aboriginal artwork and its production.

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ISSN (print):
0314-8769
ISSN (online):
1837-9389
Publication date:
May 2021
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/AH.44.2020
Journal:
Aboriginal History Journal
Disciplines:
Arts & Humanities: History; Social Sciences: Indigenous Studies
Countries:
Australia

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