Archival Returns

Archival Returns Edited Book

Indigenous Music of Australia

  • Author(s): Barwick, Linda , Green, Jennifer, Vaarzon-Morel, Petronella
  • Published: 2020
  • Publisher: Sydney University Press
  • ISBN: 9781743326725

Abstract: 1. Conundrums and consequences: doing digital archival returns in Australia by Linda Barwick, Jennifer Green, Petronella Vaarzon-Morel & Katya Zissermann 2. Deciphering Arrernte archives: the intermingling of textual and living knowledge by Jason Gibson, Shaun Angeles & Joel Liddle 3. Reflections on the preparation and delivery of Carl Strehlow’s heritage dictionary (1909) to the Western Aranda people by Anna Kenny 4. Returning recordings of songs that persist: the Anmatyerr traditions of akiw and anmanty by Jason Gibson 5. Incorporating archival cultural heritage materials into contemporary Warlpiri women’s yawulyu spaces by Georgia Curran 6. Enlivening people and country: the Lander Warlpiri cultural mapping project by Petronella Vaarzon-Morel & Luke Kelly 7. (Re)turning research into pedagogical practice: a case study of translational language research in Warlpiri by Carmel O’Shannessy, Samantha Disbray, Barbara Martin & Gretel Macdonald 8. ‘The songline is alive in Mukurtu’: return, reuse, and respect by Kimberly Christen 9. ‘For the children ...’: Aboriginal Australia, cultural access, and archival obligation by Brenda Croft, Sandy Toussaint, Felicity Meakins & Patrick McConvell 10. Working at the interface: the Daly Languages Project by Rachel Nordlinger, Ian Green & Peter Hurst 11. ‘We never had any photos of my family’: archival return, film, and a personal history by Fred Myers & Lisa Stefanoff 12. Return of a travelling song: wanji-wanji in the Pintupi region of Central Australia by Myfany Turpin 13. Never giving up: negotiating, culture-making, and the infinity of the archive by Sabra Thorner, Linda Rive, John Dallwitz & Janet Inyika 14. Nura’s vision: Nura’s voice by Suzanne Bryce, Julia Burke & Linda Rive 15. i-Tjuma: the journey of a collection – from documentation to delivery by Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis, Jennifer Green & Inge Kral 16. Ever-widening circles: consolidating and enhancing Wirlomin Noongar archival material in the community by Clint Bracknell & Kim Scott

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