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Desert Crafts: Anangu Maruku Punu

Jennifer Isaacs, Author
Format
Book
Published
Sydney : Doubleday, 1992.
Language
English
ISBN
0868244740, 9780868244747
Contents
  • Anangu and the lands
  • Desert crafts
  • Working with our hands
Keywords
Maruku arts and crafts
Uluru
Katatjuta
Tjurutjuru
Crow women
Emu man
Kuka
Kulata
Miru
War and Peace
Kanti
Kiti
Wati Ngintaka
Kungkarangkalpa
Technical Details

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    a| Desert crafts : b| Anangu Maruku Punu / c| Jennifer Isaacs ; photographs, Reg Morrison, Jennifer Isaacs, and contributing photographers.
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    a| Sydney : b| Doubleday, c| 1992.
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    a| x, 149 pages : b| color illustrations ; c| 28 cm
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    a| Includes bibliographical references (page 141) and index.
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    a| Foreword / Tony Tjamiwa -- Introduction -- Section One. Anangu and the Lands: 1. Anangu; 2. Desert environment; 3. Uluru and Katatjuta; 4. Struggle for the lands; Piltati: the two sisters; Kuniya: the snake woman -- Section Two. Desert Crafts: 5. The Maruku story; 6. Diary of a Maruku buying trip; The crow women; The emu man; Tjurutjuru: Mount Davies -- Section Three. Working with our Hands: 7. Anangu Maruku; 8. Hunting Kuka: Kulata and Miru; 9. War and peace: Kuturu and Tjutinypa, Timpilypa and Kali; 10. Women's work: Wira and Wana; 11. Desert animals; 12. Seed necklaces; 13. Kanti and Kiti: quartz and resin; 14. Woolwork and adapted crafts; 15. Painting; Wati Ngintaka: the perentie man; Kungkarangkalpa: the seven sisters -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Appendix. Plants used by Anangu for craft.
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