By Melinda Hinkson, Jeremy Beckett
"WEH Stanner used to be a public highbrow whose paintings reached past the partitions of the academy, and he continues to be a hugely major determine in Aboriginal affairs and Australian anthropology. informed via Radcliffe-Brown in Sydney and Malinowski in London, he undertook anthropological paintings in Australia, Africa and the Pacific. Stanner contributed a lot to public understandings of the Dreaming and the importance of Aboriginal faith. His 1968 broadcast lectures, After the Dreaming, stay one of the most generally quoted works within the box of Aboriginal experiences. He additionally produced a few awfully evocative biographical pictures of Aboriginal humans. Stanners writings on post-colonial improvement and assimilation coverage instructed an appreciation of Indigenous peoples specified global perspectives and aspirations"--Provided by means of publisher. Read more...
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It was into this intellectual and social milieu that members of the directorate found themselves. Stanner, who saw himself as a soldier and scholar, found himself alienated intellectually and politically. 33 Geoffrey Gray DORCA recruited anthropologists to study the effects of the war on Indigenous peoples in New Guinea. Ian Hogbin (who obtained the assistance of KE Read), Camilla Wedgwood, Ralph Piddington and Stanner were involved in the directorate’s activities. DORCA and its future plans for a post-war Papua and New Guinea were known to Stanner.
145–7). In fact,the author suggested (NAA MP729/6,29/401/626) that whoever supplied ‘food and tobacco’ would have the support of Aborigines! 2 Initially, defence of the northern coastline was carried out by the anthropologist Donald Thomson, who had persuaded the Arnhem Landers, with whom he 30 1. Stanner during World War II had worked in the mid 1930s, to put aside old enmities and join together to fight a common enemy (Hall 1989, pp. 85–98; Mulvaney 1992, pp. 1–57). Thomson’s unit, the Northern Territory Special Reconnaissance Unit (NTSRU) was seen as a holding unit until the Independent Companies, and the NAOU was trained to take over.
He believed he could ‘count on Radcliffe-Brown and EvansPritchard; and I think also…Firth’ for support. He condemned ‘the amount of outright nepotism, and the extraordinary coincidence that each burst of what purports to be zeal for liberalism and native rights always ends up the same way — higher salaries, expense accounts, positions of power, wider influence for one or other [of the group] — all these [things] sickened me’ (EP 197/4/2/573, 25 October 1948). 37 Geoffrey Gray Notwithstanding his observation, and the obvious tension between Stanner and the ‘triumvirate’, Stanner’s reports on British colonial policy and its possible application to a post-war Papua and New Guinea were considered, as was his report on the Social Sciences Research Committee in the Colonial Office (Gray 2000, pp.
An appreciation of difference : W. E. H. Stanner and Aboriginal Australia by Melinda Hinkson, Jeremy Beckett