The Cornkister Days: A Portrait of a Land and its Rituals

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Video/C 3855 In Cunnamulla, Queensland situated 800 kilometers west of Brisbane, and at the end of a railway line, aboriginal and white Australians live together but apart. A film by Allen Moore and Ákos Östör; produced by Robert Gardner. 1986. 30 min. Is it collaboration, friendship, fun?” Over the course of the company’s research, the rituals gradually emerged. “One after another, you see the same thing,” Lieskovsky told me. “Someone comes with a bottle. The article analyses the […] Biological Reviews publishes a 25-authors paper lead by Simon Townsend and titled “Exorcising Grice’s ghost: an empirical approach to studying intentional communication in animals.” I was quite amazed to find such a huge number of authors coming together from different horizons, and agreeing to sign such a provocative paper.

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Publisher: Birlinn (March 3, 2016)


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