Tracking knowledge in Northern Australian landscapes : studies in indigenous and settler ecological knowledge systems
The essays in this book are focussed on the northern and central outback regions of Australia. They explore some of the systematic ways in which Australian people have organised, communicated, erased, and reinvented knowledge of those unique environments. Among the contributors are 'Settler' and Indigenous writers; the range of their academic disciplines includes anthropology, archaeology, biological science, and geography. ¶ Landscapes are formed by the interactions between humans and other...[Show more]
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