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Title: Thomson's Legacy. "Donald Thomson in Arnhem Land" by Donald Thomson (ed Nicolas Peterson). [review]
Authors: Mulvaney, John
Keywords: Australian
Book Reviews
Publishing
John Mulvaney
anthropology
anthropologists
A.P. Elkin
Victorian government
Aboriginal
Aborigine
Indigenous
Melbourne University
RAAF
Parkville
Dorita Thomson
Cape York
Museum Victoria
Arnhem Land
Queensland
Presbyterian
Sydney
Radcliffe-Brown
Japanese
archaeologists
archaeology
British
Cambridge
Special Reconnaissance Unit
Katherine
North Australian Observation Unit
W.E.H. Stanner
Darwin
Judge Wells
Wonggu
High Court
Caledon Bay
Sir Colin McKenzie
Institute of Anatomy
Interior Department's Secretary
Miegunyah Press
Issue Date: Apr-2004
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: Mulvaney, John 2004. Thomson's Legacy. Review of "Donald Thomson in Arnhem Land" by Donald Thomson (ed Nicolas Peterson). 'Australian Book Review', No 260, April, 17-18.
Series/Report no.: No. 260
Abstract: Donald Thomson's stature as a great Australian and a champion of Aboriginal rights is confirmed by this engaging compilation. Thomson was also a world leader in ethnographic field photography. Published first in 1983, this revised edition contains a gallery of eighty additional evocative, annotated images of vibrant people and their ways of living.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/638
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 260 - April, 2004

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