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Sourcebook for Aboriginal studies : 2000-Present Sources
2000-Present Sources for Aboriginal Studies
- Dyall, L. K. The Aboriginal Middens at Birubi: An account of surface collections (1964-1977) on the Aboriginal site at Birubi, near Port Stephens, New South Wales, and its subsequent excavations in 1978 and 1979. [Read Only Online Version Courtesy of Len Dyall]
- El-Hakim, S., Picard, M., & Fryer, J. (2004). Modelling and Visualisation of Aboriginal Rock Art in The Baiame Cave. Powerpoint Presentation. (Contains embedded 3D Movie Representation of Baiame Cave).
- El-Hakim, S., Fryer, J. et al(2004). Aboriginal Rock Art in the Baiame Cave. 3D Movie Representation of the Baiame Cave.
- For the theoretical background relating to the digital capture of such imagery please see the paper by Sabry El-Hakim (2006) and Chandler et al (2007 below. These illustrative ground breaking 3D innovative materials have been kindly provided with permission from Emeritus Professor John Fryer.
- Garry Jones 1993 / 2009 Dip. Art (Educ.), First Class Hons.; M.A. (Studio Art), New York Univ. Acknowledging the input of Peter Crousen, fieldwork partner from 1978 onwards, along with that of Paul Gordon, our Aboriginal brother (Nyampah language group, Wongaipuon dialect, Galugeilu 'stone people' clan), 1989 onwards.