The Resource Poor bugger whitefella got no dreaming : the representation & appropriation of published Dreaming narratives with special reference to David Unaipon's writings, Mary-Anne Gale

Poor bugger whitefella got no dreaming : the representation & appropriation of published Dreaming narratives with special reference to David Unaipon's writings, Mary-Anne Gale

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Poor bugger whitefella got no dreaming : the representation & appropriation of published Dreaming narratives with special reference to David Unaipon's writings
Title
Poor bugger whitefella got no dreaming
Title remainder
the representation & appropriation of published Dreaming narratives with special reference to David Unaipon's writings
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Mary-Anne Gale
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Language
eng
Summary
Critical review of the representation of Aboriginal Dreaming narratives in texts by European and Aboriginal writers; historical background to the representation of Dreaming - definitions and time; first accounts of Aborigines - Tench, Collins, Grey; literature methodology and colonial discourse theory ? Parry, Spivak and Bhabha; review of non-Indigenous works ? missionaries (Teichelmann, Meyer, Taplin, Schurmann, Christina Smith, Daisy Bates), SA protectors (Wyatt, Shaw), pastoralist wives (Langloh Parker), surveyors (Mathews), anthropologists (Elkin, Tindale, Strehlow, Berndt), bushmen and other writers (Harney, Roland Robinson, A.W. Reed, Ann Wells), artists (Roberts), ethnomusicologists and linguists (Tunbridge, Dixon); Indigenous writers - Unaipon, Cairns, Roughsey, Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Gulpilil, Bennell, Torres, Yuendumu Doors, Coulthard, bilingual NT schools (Yipirinya, Yirrkala, Nguiu), Utemorrah, O?Brien, Magabala press publications (Tjarany / Roughtail), Mary Charles, Fogarty, Laurel, Sally Morgan; alternative Indigenous approaches to representation - Paddy Roe, Raymattja Marika-Mununggiritj, Elsie Jones, Warlpiri Dreamings; detailed discussion of the works of David Unaipon ? Ramsay Smith controversy; critical reception of Unaipon?s writing - analysis of selected texts; influences and problems of representation; mythological narrative themes - totemism, hybrid and vernacular texts; literary influences - Milton and the Bible; Ramsay Smith?s editing process; comparative and linguistic analysis Nguruderi Dreamings; Dreaming narratives and secret knowledge - the publication of Yolngu Dreaming stories; brief discussion of Indigenous intellectual property rights
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contains biographical information
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SUA
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Gale, Mary-Anne
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- Adelaide University, Dept. of European Studies, 2001.
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • theses
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  • Unaipon, David
  • Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology) in literature
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Mimesis in literature
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Poor bugger whitefella got no dreaming : the representation & appropriation of published Dreaming narratives with special reference to David Unaipon's writings, Mary-Anne Gale
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: leaves 337-354
Contents
Ch.1: Whose dreamings, whose stories? : introduction, purpose, definitions; Early accounts of the "natives": Captain Watkin Tench, David Collins, Sir George Grey; Have things changed?: two insightful story-telling events; Research questions; Ch. 2: Theoretical and methodological tools of analysis: some theoretical dilemmas, my theoretical position; A further comment on colonial discourse theory; my methodological tools; Two more story-telling events -- Ch. 3: A review of "dreaming", narratives as represented by the non-Indigenous: The missionaries: C.G. Teichelmann, H.E.A. Meyer; George Taplin; Clamor Schurmann; Christina Smith; Daisy Bates -- Government protectors and police: The first protectors of Aborigines in South Australia; later protectors and police: William Wyatt, Corporal Shaw and others -- Wives of pastoralists: Katie Langloh Parker: review of K. Langloh Parker's work, a closer look at Langloh Parker's early works; Government surveyors: Robert Hamilton Mathews; Anthropologists: A.P. Elkin; Norman B. Tindale; T.G.H. Strehlow; Berndt and Berndt; Bushmen: Bill Harney; White writers and poets: Roland Robinson; White appropriators: A. W. Reed; The wife of a missionary: Ann E. Wells; Artists & art curators: Ainslie Roberts; Ethnomusicologists and linguists: Dorothy Tunbridge, R.M.W. Dixon - Ch. 4: Dreaming literature by Indigenous story-tellers and writers: the writings of David Unaipon; Uncle Willie Mackenzie's "legends"; Dick Roughsey; Oodgeroo of the Noonuccal' ; Australian National University Press: Djugurba, Milbi; David Gulpilil; Eddie Bennell; Pat Torres; Yuendumu Doors; The Coulthards; Bilingual schools in the N.T.: Yipirinya School, Yirrkala School, Nguiu School; Daisy Utemorrah; May O'Brien; Tjarany/roughtail; Mary Charles; Lionel Fogarty; Yangkana Laurel; Sally Morgan -- Ch. 5: Alternative representations: Paddy Roe, Raymattja Marika-Mununggirritj; Elsie Jones and the The Falling Star; Warlpiri dreamings and historiesssss -- Ch. 6: The writings of David Unaipon: a biographical sketch of Unaipon; Unaipon "the intellectual"; an overview of Unaipon's publications; The Ramsay Smith controversy; Ch.7: A critical analysis of the writings of David Unaipon: aim of my analysis; what the literary critics say about Unaipon; My thesis re Unaipon's work: problems and dilemmas facing Unaipon, issues of representation -- Native legends: "Totemism"; "Hungarrda"; Release of the dragonfiles; "Narrinyeri saying"; Conclusion to Native legends; The Creation trilogy: A review of Unapion's creation trilogy; Discussion of the trilogy; Conclusion to the creation trilogy; "Kinie Ger" and "The selfish owl": "Kinie Ger - the native cat"; "The selfish owl; Further twists to sthse tale; Conclusion to "Kinie Ger" and related texts -- Ch. 8: "Narroondarie's wives": a case study: the four publications, who is Ngurunderi?; who else has published about Ngurunderi?; Annotated summary of Unaipon's "Narroondarie wives"; A comparative analysis of "Narroondarie wives"; Linguistic analysis of vernacular terms -- Ch. 9: Dreaming narratives and Indigenous rights: rights among the Yolngu of Arnhem Land; public versus secret knowedge; What legal rights do Indigenous people have?
Control code
000023674764
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
ix, 354, 123 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
MAR05/124
Label
Poor bugger whitefella got no dreaming : the representation & appropriation of published Dreaming narratives with special reference to David Unaipon's writings, Mary-Anne Gale
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: leaves 337-354
Contents
Ch.1: Whose dreamings, whose stories? : introduction, purpose, definitions; Early accounts of the "natives": Captain Watkin Tench, David Collins, Sir George Grey; Have things changed?: two insightful story-telling events; Research questions; Ch. 2: Theoretical and methodological tools of analysis: some theoretical dilemmas, my theoretical position; A further comment on colonial discourse theory; my methodological tools; Two more story-telling events -- Ch. 3: A review of "dreaming", narratives as represented by the non-Indigenous: The missionaries: C.G. Teichelmann, H.E.A. Meyer; George Taplin; Clamor Schurmann; Christina Smith; Daisy Bates -- Government protectors and police: The first protectors of Aborigines in South Australia; later protectors and police: William Wyatt, Corporal Shaw and others -- Wives of pastoralists: Katie Langloh Parker: review of K. Langloh Parker's work, a closer look at Langloh Parker's early works; Government surveyors: Robert Hamilton Mathews; Anthropologists: A.P. Elkin; Norman B. Tindale; T.G.H. Strehlow; Berndt and Berndt; Bushmen: Bill Harney; White writers and poets: Roland Robinson; White appropriators: A. W. Reed; The wife of a missionary: Ann E. Wells; Artists & art curators: Ainslie Roberts; Ethnomusicologists and linguists: Dorothy Tunbridge, R.M.W. Dixon - Ch. 4: Dreaming literature by Indigenous story-tellers and writers: the writings of David Unaipon; Uncle Willie Mackenzie's "legends"; Dick Roughsey; Oodgeroo of the Noonuccal' ; Australian National University Press: Djugurba, Milbi; David Gulpilil; Eddie Bennell; Pat Torres; Yuendumu Doors; The Coulthards; Bilingual schools in the N.T.: Yipirinya School, Yirrkala School, Nguiu School; Daisy Utemorrah; May O'Brien; Tjarany/roughtail; Mary Charles; Lionel Fogarty; Yangkana Laurel; Sally Morgan -- Ch. 5: Alternative representations: Paddy Roe, Raymattja Marika-Mununggirritj; Elsie Jones and the The Falling Star; Warlpiri dreamings and historiesssss -- Ch. 6: The writings of David Unaipon: a biographical sketch of Unaipon; Unaipon "the intellectual"; an overview of Unaipon's publications; The Ramsay Smith controversy; Ch.7: A critical analysis of the writings of David Unaipon: aim of my analysis; what the literary critics say about Unaipon; My thesis re Unaipon's work: problems and dilemmas facing Unaipon, issues of representation -- Native legends: "Totemism"; "Hungarrda"; Release of the dragonfiles; "Narrinyeri saying"; Conclusion to Native legends; The Creation trilogy: A review of Unapion's creation trilogy; Discussion of the trilogy; Conclusion to the creation trilogy; "Kinie Ger" and "The selfish owl": "Kinie Ger - the native cat"; "The selfish owl; Further twists to sthse tale; Conclusion to "Kinie Ger" and related texts -- Ch. 8: "Narroondarie's wives": a case study: the four publications, who is Ngurunderi?; who else has published about Ngurunderi?; Annotated summary of Unaipon's "Narroondarie wives"; A comparative analysis of "Narroondarie wives"; Linguistic analysis of vernacular terms -- Ch. 9: Dreaming narratives and Indigenous rights: rights among the Yolngu of Arnhem Land; public versus secret knowedge; What legal rights do Indigenous people have?
Control code
000023674764
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
ix, 354, 123 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
MAR05/124

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