Conversing with the Undead in Australian Woodlands
In the 1980s an Australian comedy duo performed successfully across the English speaking world. Their name, Los Trios Ringbarkos, was a neatly absurd reference to products of a practice which, for over a century, had transformed the land from Aboriginal to European priorities and management habits by ring-barking, removing forest tree by tree. Though the duo made no further reference to it, their name showed its centrality in agriculture and in the Australian foundation myth, reconfigured the...[Show more]
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