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A SALTWATER LIFE: MARITIME PEOPLES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE SEA
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Reviewed By: General Anthropology Division
Friday, December 5, 2014: 6:30 PM-8:15 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Liam Michael Brady (Monash University) and Amanda Joanne Kearney (University of New South Wales)
Chairs:  Liam Michael Brady (Monash University)
Discussants:  John J Bradley (Monash University)
6:45 PM
Saltwater Rock Art in Northern Australia: Themes, Referencing and Symbolic Behaviour
Liam Michael Brady (Monash University) and Ian J McNiven (Monash University)
7:00 PM
Yolngu Seascapes As Mindscapes for Being in the World
Frances E Morphy (Australian National University - Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research) and Howard Morphy (Australian National University)
7:15 PM
‘Don’t Go There, it’s Not Real safe’: Intimacy, Distance and Changing Relationships to Sea Country in Northern Australia
Amanda Joanne Kearney (University of New South Wales) and Liam Michael Brady (Monash University)
7:45 PM
The Matrilineal Puzzle at Sea: Saltwater Kinship in  Bougainville
Katharina Schneider (Heidelberg University and Heidelberg University)
8:00 PM
Discussant
John J Bradley (Monash University)