Where the Ancestors Walked: Australia as an Aboriginal Landscape By Philip Clarke
‘Philip Clarke has penned an insightful and wide-ranging account of Australia’s Aboriginal cultures from a perspective of nice studying and insider privilege. It’s an immensely important work, revealing the extraordinary richness of one among the world’s oldest steady cultures.’
This work delves into the thrilling story of one among the oldest steady civilizations on earth. Starting with the complexities of early human colonization and persevering with by means of later European resettlement, the historical past of Australia’s native folks is advised in a wide-ranging and sympathetic trend. Drawing on analysis from anthropology, cultural geography, and environmental research, the intricate and altering methods through which aborigines and white settlers have associated to one another is mentioned and the origins of aboriginal artwork, medication, and music are chronicled.