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Pintupi country, Pintupi self

sentiment, place, and politics among Western Desert Aborigines

by Fred R. Myers

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies in Washington, D.C, Canberra .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pintupi (Australian people),
  • Ethnology -- Australia

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFred R. Myers
    SeriesSmithsonian series in ethnographic inquiry
    ContributionsSmithsonian Institution, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies
    The Physical Object
    Pagination334 p. :
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14421381M
    ISBN 100874746900, 0855751711


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The Pintupi Nine were a group of nine Pintupi people who lived a traditional hunter-gatherer desert-dwelling life in Australia's Gibson Desert untilwhen they made contact with their relatives near Kiwirrkurra.

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Despite their extended relocation in central Australian settlements, they have managed to preserve much of their traditional culture and social organization.

This book presents a comprehensive ethnographic interpretation of the ways in which Pintupi. Country. Pintupi lands, in Tindale's estimation, spread over roughly 8, square miles (21, km 2), embracing the areas of Lake Mackay, Lake Macdonald, Mount Russell, the Ehrenberg and Kintore ranges and Warman Rocks.

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Nathan, P. and Leichleitner Japanangka, D. Settle Down Country: Pmere Arlaltyewele. Alice Springs, NT, and Melbourne: Central Australian. Fred R. Myers is Professor and Chair of Anthropology at New York University and President of the American Ethnological Society. He is the author of Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self; editor of The Empire of Things: Regimes of Value and Material Culture; and coeditor of The Traffic in Culture: Refiguring Anthropology and Art.

Myers, Fred R. Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self: Sentiment, Place, and Politics among Western Desert Aborigines. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Ryan, Judith.

LandMarks: Indigenous Australian Art in the Nation. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria in association with Woodstocker Books, the country Pintupi forms of property and identity Fred Myers, New York University If they are not given their shares, this denies their kinship A man’s variegated relationships with others run through his chattels as well as his land; and the measure of how far he feels the correct sentiments in those relationships is the way he deals.

Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self: Sentiment, Place, and Politics among Western Desert Aborigines. by Fred R.

Myers (Author) May ; Paperback $, £ He studied the Pintupi-speaking people of Australian Western Desert. Originally they were nomadic hunter gathers, but by they were relocated by the national government in settlements in central Australia.

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Pintupi is an Australian Aboriginal group who are part of the Western Desert cultural group. Their homeland is in the area west of Lake MacDonald and Lake Mackay in Western is a very remote part of Australian desert.

Because of this, the Pintupi were among the last Aboriginals in Australia to leave their traditional way of g: self book. He is the author and editor of many books, including Pintupi country, Pintupi self: Sentiment, place, and politics among Western Desert Aborigines (Smithsonian Institution Press, ), The traffic in culture: Refiguring anthropology and art (University of California Press,with George Marcus) and Painting culture: The making of an Cited by: 8.

Pintupi (/ ˈ p ɪ n t ə p i, ˈ p ɪ n ə-,-b i /) is an Australian Aboriginal language. It is one of the Wati languages of the large Pama–Nyungan is one of the varieties of the Western Desert Language (WDL).

Pintupi is the name commonly used to refer to a variety of the Western Desert Language spoken by indigenous people whose traditional lands are in the area between Lake Ethnicity: Pintupi =. Ildawongga,?Wenamba.

Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self: Sentiment, Place, and Politics Among Western Desert R. MyersAuthor: Nancy D. Munn. The Pintupi/Luritja Dictionary represents twenty years of research, compilation and analysis by Ken and Lesley Hansen. With over 8, entries, it covers the vocabulary used in everyday speech by speakers of Pintupi/Luritja at Papunya, Walungurru (Kintore) and surrounding outstations, as well as dialects spoken at Ernabella, Kaltukatjarra Author: KC Hansen.

Just as a footnote, this family gets a brief mention in one of the most well-known ethnographies from the 80s: Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self.

But I think the argument of the book was mostly based on earlier work, not anything to do with these folks in particular. posted by Monsieur Caution at PM on Decem Some thirty years later anthropologist David Thomson mounted the Bindibu Expedition, a series of three field trips to discover Pintupi Indigenous Australians between and The Pintupi (Bindibu) were the last Aboriginal group to make contact with Europeans over the period to Many Pintupi people still remember this experience.

Fred Myers, Silver Professor of Anthropology at New York University, has been doing research with Pintupi-speaking people on their art, their relationships to land, and other matters since Myers has published two books, Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self: Sentiment, Place and Politics among Australian Aborigines () and Painting Culture: The Making of an Aboriginal High Art ().

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