978-0-521-56619-3 / 0521566193

Arguments about Aborigines: Australia and the Evolution of Social Anthropology

by Hiatt, L. R.

Publisher:Cambridge University Press



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In the nineteenth century, Australian Aborigines were used by European scholars as an exemplar of early human forms, and have consequently featured as the crucial case study for generations of social theorists and anthropologists. Arguments about Aborigines examines controversial subjects such as family life, religion and ritual, and land rights through the prism of Aboriginal studies. Professor Hiatt's book will provide a valuable introduction to Aboriginal ethnography, and is a shrewd and stimulating history of the central questions in Aboriginal studies.

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