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Ingereth Macfarlane

Ingereth Macfarlane
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This paper describes a previously unknown mikiri well in the Simpson dune field. This site was abandoned about 500-600 years ago and does not feature in ethnographic records for this region. We argue that its abandonment was most likely due to failure of the well caused by a fall in the local watertable. The Simpson Desert is one of the major sand-...
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Invasive species and their impacts have become a focus of global environmental management. Invasive, alien and feral species are understood to represent destructive categories of organisms. However, in the context of contemporary environmental change and uncertainty, the native/alien dichotomy is no longer tenable as the basis for decision-making,...
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Archaeology of the Dreamtime: The Story of Prehistoric Australia and its People. By Flood Josephine. Revised edn. 240mm. Pp. 328, ills. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1995. ISBN 0-207-18448-8. £19.00. - Volume 77 - Ingereth MacFarlane
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This work starts with a question: ‘what makes a place entangled’? Posing this question implies an understanding that places have qualities that are fruitfully understood in terms of the concept of ‘entanglement’. This thesis uses the term to express and explore the inextricably inter-woven temporal components of a place that emerge from stories of...

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