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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Often the narrative is captivating, especially first-person accounts and descriptions by ancestors and explorers of the role and organization of Aboriginal architectures in gatherings, initiation ceremonies, and aspects of everyday life.
Instead it was believed that they occupied temporary camps, sheltering in makeshift huts or lean-tos of grass and bark. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.
Whilst Gunyah, Goondie and Wurley is mainly an in- depth study of the architecture of early contact Aboriginal Australia, it also contains an 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.
Nicholas marked it as to-read Feb 07, Tim rated it it was amazing Apr 04, Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium Library. Comments and reviews What are comments? 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, sheltering in makeshift huts or lean-tos of grass and bark.
Gunyah, Goondie & Wurley: The Aboriginal Architecture of Australia
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Art Gallery of New South Wales. May not be open to the public A Description When Europeans first reached Australian shores, an expedient and long-held belief developed that Australian Aboriginal people did not have houses or towns.