The Failures of Translation across Incommensurable Knowledge Systems: A Case Study of Arabic Grammar Instruction
For nearly four decades, Ian Keen has been an important, challenging, and engaging presence in Australian anthropology. Beginning with his PhD research in the mid-1970s and through to the present, he has been a leading scholar of Yolngu society and culture, and has made lasting contributions to a range of debates. His scholarly productivity, however, has never been limited to the Yolngu, and he has conducted research and published widely on many other facets of Australian Aboriginal society: on...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||Strings of Connectedness: Essays in Honour of Ian Keen|
|Access Rights:||Open Access via publisher website|
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