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Daughters of the Dreaming

1993
Author:

Diane Bell

Daughters of the Dreaming

This new edition, which is based on research done in the 1970s, includes an epilogue in which Bell reflects on her original fieldwork from the perspective of the 1990s, examining the changes in the field and in feminist theory and practice.

This new edition, which is based on research done in the 1970s, includes an epilogue in which Bell reflects on her original fieldwork from the perspective of the 1990s, examining the changes in the field and in feminist theory and practice.

Written without jargon and with a refreshing style, Daughters of the Dreaming is directed at a broad spectrum of readers and set within the body of pertinent ethnographies and theoretical literature concerning other Aboriginal societies and culture, ritual analysis, and the anthropology of gender. Students, scholars, the public, and politicians will surely find much of interest in this engaging and important contribution to our understanding of Aboriginal culture and society as it includes women.

Jane Goodale, American Anthropologist

This new edition, which is based on research done in the 1970s, includes an epilogue in which Bell reflects on her original fieldwork from the perspective of the 1990s, examining the changes in the field and in feminist theory and practice.

Daughters of the Dreaming

Written without jargon and with a refreshing style, Daughters of the Dreaming is directed at a broad spectrum of readers and set within the body of pertinent ethnographies and theoretical literature concerning other Aboriginal societies and culture, ritual analysis, and the anthropology of gender. Students, scholars, the public, and politicians will surely find much of interest in this engaging and important contribution to our understanding of Aboriginal culture and society as it includes women.

Jane Goodale, American Anthropologist

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