|Author:||Ronald Murray Berndt|
|Title:||The sacred site: the western Arnhem Land example (Australian aboriginal studies)|
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|Publisher:||Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies (1969)|
Three Faces of Love: Traditional Aboriginal Song-Poetry. by Ronald Murray Berndt. ISBN 9780170051088 (978-0-17-005108-8) Hardcover, Nelson, 1976. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Learn More at LibraryThing.
The Sacred Site: The Western Arnhem Land Example. Can-berra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1970. 390, 394, 397 - - -. "The Walmadjeri and Gugadja. 410 Berndt, Ronald Murray, and Catherine Helen Berndt. A Preliminary Report of Field Work in the Ooldea Region, Western South Australia. Oceania 12 (1941-42): 305-30; 13 (1942-43): 51-70,143-69,243-80,362-75; 14 (1943-44): 30-66, 124-58, 220-49,338-58; 15 (1944-45):49-80, 154-65,239-75. 393 - - -. "Aboriginal Art in Central-Western Northern Territory. Meanjin 9 (1950): 183-88. 395 - - -. Arnhem Land: Its History and Its People. Melbourne: F. W. Cheshire, 1954. 412, 413 - - -. Man, Land and Myth in North Australia: The Gunwinggu. Sydney: Ure Smith, 1970.
Personal Author: Berndt, Ronald M. (Ronald Murray), 1916-1990. Title: Australian Aboriginal anthropology : modern studies in the social anthropology of the Australian Aborigines. Publication info: : Published for the AIAS by the University of Western Australia Press, 1970. Local Call number: B B524. Principal Author: Berndt, Ronald M. Title: Traditional morality as expressed through the medium of an Australian Aboriginal religion. Source: Australian Aboriginal anthropology ; . 16-247 - diag. Title: The sacred site : the Western Arnhem Land example. Publication info: Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1969.
Australian Aboriginal art in the Anthropology Museum of the University of Western Australia. Aborigines of the West. The sacred site: the western Arnhem Land example. Excess and restraint. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Singing saltwater country. Perth: Department of Aboriginal Sites, Western Australian Museum. Totemism in north-western Australia (the Kimberley Division). Oceania 3(4): 435-81. Lewis, D. & D. Rose. Added Author: Tonkinson, Robert, 1938-. Title: A contemporary overview, Ronald M. Berndt and Robert Tonkinson.
Berndt, Ronald Murray was born on July 14, 1916 in Adelaide, Australia. Son of Alfred Henry Berndt. Berndt was an early advocate for legal recognition and protection of Aboriginal sacred sites, and clashed in 1980 with the Liberal premier Sir Charles Court over the Noonkanbah dispute in the Kimberley region. His interest was much broader than any one specific location or event, and he was focused on the national dimensions of the land rights issue. The collected essays in honour of the Berndts in 1990 showed the breadth of the influence of their teaching and writings, with essays by a wide spectrum of anthropologists of their time, including Claude Levi-Strauss and Raymond Firth.
Ronald Murray Berndt (14 July 1916 – 2 May 1990) was an Australian social anthropologist who, in 1963, became the inaugural professor of anthropology at the University of Western Australia. He and his wife Catherine Berndt maintained a close professional partnership for five decades, working among Aboriginal Australians at Ooldea (1941), Northern Territory cattle stations (1944–46), Balgo (1957–81) and natives of New Guinea (1951–53).
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12 Berndt, R. M. THE SACRED SITE. Canberra; Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies; 1970. Gaston Renard Fine and Rare Books. Short List Number 265. 15 Berndt, Ronald M. LOVE SONGS OF ARNHEM LAND.