The Resource Sweet potatoes, spiders & waterlilys: : privileging Australian Indigenous knowledges : epistemological consequences of knowledge production, by Nerida Blair

Sweet potatoes, spiders & waterlilys: : privileging Australian Indigenous knowledges : epistemological consequences of knowledge production, by Nerida Blair

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Sweet potatoes, spiders & waterlilys: : privileging Australian Indigenous knowledges : epistemological consequences of knowledge production
Title
Sweet potatoes, spiders & waterlilys:
Title remainder
privileging Australian Indigenous knowledges : epistemological consequences of knowledge production
Statement of responsibility
by Nerida Blair
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Language
eng
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NNCU:A
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Blair, Nerida
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Newcastle, 2008.
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University of Newcastle (N.S.W.)
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Research
  • Knowledge, Theory of
  • Culture
Label
Sweet potatoes, spiders & waterlilys: : privileging Australian Indigenous knowledges : epistemological consequences of knowledge production, by Nerida Blair
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Publication
Note
School of Education
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 363-377)
Contents
Disc 1: PDF of Ph.D thesis -- Disc 2: audio and powerpoint files: Spiders, sweet potatoes and waterliliys : didjeridoo music by Stewart McMinn; a reading of abstract #2 & a verbal acknowledgement of country -- Country: a verbal reading of a story titled "Feelin" im country" by Bill Neidjie & a power point presentation "a beginnin" -- Tellin' Ma and Showin' me : music: didjeridoo by Warren Blair, Ti Tree students : Anmatyere language spoken and sung -- Three powerpoint presentations & two movies : Land, law and country, Ti Tree country, body painting and coolamon making & photos from Coast -- Contested space / contesting space: Indigenous research methodology -- Two power point presentations -- Mind mapping: a power point presentation
Control code
000044467086
Dimensions
30 cm.]
Extent
2 DVDs (4 3/4 in.) [386 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Uni Newcastle
Other physical details
illustrations (some coloured)
Stock number
MAR10/065
Type of computer file
pdf
Label
Sweet potatoes, spiders & waterlilys: : privileging Australian Indigenous knowledges : epistemological consequences of knowledge production, by Nerida Blair
Publication
Note
School of Education
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 363-377)
Contents
Disc 1: PDF of Ph.D thesis -- Disc 2: audio and powerpoint files: Spiders, sweet potatoes and waterliliys : didjeridoo music by Stewart McMinn; a reading of abstract #2 & a verbal acknowledgement of country -- Country: a verbal reading of a story titled "Feelin" im country" by Bill Neidjie & a power point presentation "a beginnin" -- Tellin' Ma and Showin' me : music: didjeridoo by Warren Blair, Ti Tree students : Anmatyere language spoken and sung -- Three powerpoint presentations & two movies : Land, law and country, Ti Tree country, body painting and coolamon making & photos from Coast -- Contested space / contesting space: Indigenous research methodology -- Two power point presentations -- Mind mapping: a power point presentation
Control code
000044467086
Dimensions
30 cm.]
Extent
2 DVDs (4 3/4 in.) [386 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Uni Newcastle
Other physical details
illustrations (some coloured)
Stock number
MAR10/065
Type of computer file
pdf

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