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The Social and Ceremonial Roles of Warlpiri Women as Expressed Through Ethnology and Western Desert Painting

Kerry Robin Smallwood, Author
Format
Book
Published
1995.
Language
English
Technical Details

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    a| The social and ceremonial roles of Warlpiri women as expressed through ethnology and Western Desert painting / c| by Kerry Robin Smallwood.
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    c| 1995.
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    a| xvi, 253 leaves : b| illustrations (some color, 1 folded), maps ; c| 29 cm
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    a| text b| txt 2| rdacontent
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    a| Includes bibliographical references (leaves 216-243).
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    a| Warlpiri (Australian people) x| Social life and customs.
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    a| Painting, Aboriginal Australian.
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    a| Women, Aboriginal Australian.
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    a| Aboriginal Australians z| Australia z| Western Desert.
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