Chanter les vents, les courants et les changements. L’histoire des échanges entre les Yolngu de la terre d’Arnhem et les peuples venant d’Asie

Abstract : This article describes the relationships between the Yolngu, an Aboriginal people from northern Australia, and the Macassans, a Muslim fishing people from the Indonesian island of Celebes. It discusses some of the mythical and ritual interpretations of these historical contacts, and how trading networks dating back to the 17th century were called upon to make sense of the social, economic and political upheaval that was the mark of colonisation, in order to bring out current interpretations of this history across the larger Pacific region.
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Jessica de Largy Healy. Chanter les vents, les courants et les changements. L’histoire des échanges entre les Yolngu de la terre d’Arnhem et les peuples venant d’Asie. Hermès, La Revue- Cognition, communication, politique, CNRS-Editions, 2013, LE MONDE PACIFIQUE DANS LA MONDIALISATION, 65, ⟨http://hdl.handle.net/2042/51471⟩. ⟨10.4267/2042/51471⟩. ⟨hal-01212897⟩

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