The Resource The Bradshaw debate: lessons learned from critiquing colonialist interpretations of Gwion Gwion rock paintings of the Kimberley, Western Australia, Ian J. McNiven

The Bradshaw debate: lessons learned from critiquing colonialist interpretations of Gwion Gwion rock paintings of the Kimberley, Western Australia, Ian J. McNiven

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The Bradshaw debate: lessons learned from critiquing colonialist interpretations of Gwion Gwion rock paintings of the Kimberley, Western Australia
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The Bradshaw debate: lessons learned from critiquing colonialist interpretations of Gwion Gwion rock paintings of the Kimberley, Western Australia
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Ian J. McNiven
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eng
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Discusses the political debate around the interpretation of the Bradshaw art (Gwion Gwion); colonialist interpretations of Australian archaeology - diffusionism, stylistic and cosmological disassociation; arguments of Grahame Walsh - sources of support and criticism; political nature of archaeology and the role of academic archaeology
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McNiven, Ian
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Walsh, Grahame L.
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The Bradshaw debate: lessons learned from critiquing colonialist interpretations of Gwion Gwion rock paintings of the Kimberley, Western Australia, Ian J. McNiven
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Bibliography: p. 42-44
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p. 35-44
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The Bradshaw debate: lessons learned from critiquing colonialist interpretations of Gwion Gwion rock paintings of the Kimberley, Western Australia, Ian J. McNiven
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 42-44
Extent
p. 35-44

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