For the sake of a song: Wangga songmen and their repertories

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Published on: 21 February 2014
Cover image of For the Sake of a Song: Wangga Songmen and their Repertories The songs and threatened languages of one of Australia's most prominent genres of Indigenous music, wangga, from Australia's Top End, are presented in a new book published by researchers at PARADISEC. Songmen from the Daly region of the Northern Territory who created and performed songs for their communities and general public over the past fifty […]

Mali’ Buku-Ruŋanmaram wins a Mander Jones Prize

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Published on: 31 October 2013
Mali’ Buku-Ruŋanmaram won the Australian Society of Archivists Mander Jones Prize last week. The book documents collections of material culture from Arnhem Land held in the University of Sydney Archives, in particular photographs of Miliŋinbi and surrounds. ARC Indigenous Fellow Dr Joseph Neparrŋa Gumbula, a liya-ŋärra’mirri (learned, wise) Yolŋu elder and a leading authority on […]
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