Gunyah, Goondie Wurley has 7 ratings and 2 reviews. Deirdre said: This is a very comprehensive anthropology book about Aboriginal huts and the social con. GUNYAH, GOONDIE + WURLEY: The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia By Paul Memmott When Europeans first reached Australian shores, a view developed. Gunyah, Goondie and Wurley covers in depth the architecture of early contact Aboriginal Australia. It also gives a brief overview of post
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Teera marked it as to-read Jan 02, Victorian Government Library Service. Despite the fact that this is undoubtedly the most comprehensive single source of information on Aboriginal architecture ever produced, there is repeated, humble acknowledgment of the need for more detailed study in countless areas.
Gunyah, Goondie & Wurley: The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia
As a framework for ongoing debate and research on Aboriginal lifestyles and cultural heritage, the book additionally features a brief overview of post collaborative architecture between white Australian architects and Aboriginal clients, as well as an introduction to the work of the first Aboriginal graduates of university-based courses in architecture.
Description When Europeans first reached Australian shores, an expedient and gnuyah belief developed that Australian Aboriginal people did not have houses or towns. University of Western Australia. For example, in chapter 3, “Customary Camps and Lifestyles in the Southern Gulf of Carpentaria,” a case study follows Birdibil of the Lardil people from timber gunyay camp to trading camp to a mainland initiation camp, and one comprehends with immediacy the cultural significance of movement within a diverse network of traditional gathering places that define a regional homeland.
John Ferguson rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Architecture — Australia — History. The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia provides a painstakingly researched, wurlsy formatted, and highly readable account of Aboriginal architecture from precontact periods to the present. Home This editionEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Lists with This Book.
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He is widely published internationally on this topic and was Area Editor for Australia in the Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World ed.
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Gunyah, Goondie Wurley: The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia by Paul Memmott
These 14 locations in Victoria: Memmott carefully situates a methodology for understanding Aboriginal building and settlement patterns within an “ethno-architectural” approach. Turning this popular idea on its head, Gunyah, Goondie and Wurley explores the range and complexity of Aboriginal-designed structures, spaces and territorial behaviour, from minimalist shelters to permanent houses and villages.
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The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia By Paul Memmott When Europeans first reached Australian shores, a view developed that Australian Aboriginal people did not have houses or towns, that they occupied temporary camps, glondie in makeshift huts or lean-tos of grass and bark. Books by Paul Memmott. I loved all I spent time with. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Paul Memmott is also the principal of a research consultancy practice in Aboriginal projects, which provides specialised services to Aboriginal organisations and government departments throughout Australia.
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The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia. DNAnna marked it as to-read Oct 26, View freely available titles: He establishes this methodology as central to the book’s overall intention “to provide an introduction and a framework for a scholarly approach to ongoing debate and research on the subject; and, more broadly, to introduce the lay reader to the subject, to nourish popular interest and provide avenues of insight into the lifestyles and cultural heritage of the Aboriginal peoples” xii.
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