alcheringa


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alcheringa

(ˌæltʃəˈrɪŋɡə)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) another name for Dreamtime1 Also called: alchera
[from a native Australian language, literally: dream time]
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(4) Susanne Wenger, "The 'Oriki' of Alajire,' Alcheringa: Ethnopoetics 1.2 (Summer 1971), pp.
Ren, "Two new fossil caddisflies (Amphiesmenoptera: Trichoptera) from the Middle Jurassic of northeastern China," Alcheringa, vol.
The poets and writers of the movement had been active, publishing their essays and poems in an array of magazines and anthologies such as "Toothpick, Lisbon & the Orcas Islands (1973); Alcheringa (1975); Open Letter (1977); Hills (1980); Ironwood (1982); Paris Review (1982); The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Book (1984); Change (1985); Writing/Talks (1985); boundary 2 (1986); and in the American Tree (1986)" (Hartley, "Textual Politics").
(3) John Wilson: Julian Tenison Woods in South Australia: Priest and Scientist, (2012) Seaview Press; Wilson: "Julian Edmund Tenison Woods: Geologist in South Australia", South Australian Geographical Journal, (2011) vol 110 number 2, pp30-49; Elery Hamilton-Smith: "No ordinary man: Tenison Woods and the Naracoorte Caves", Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology (2006) 187-193; Anne Player: "Julian Tenison Woods: Priest and Scientist", Australasian Catholic Record (1989) 1, pp 279-294; Player: Julian Tenison Woods: Scientist 1832-1889", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales (1989) vol 122, 109-118
In 2008, Rosi co-curated with Michael Mel Hailans to Ailans, an innovative touring exhibition that morphed into different forms at each venue: Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London, Alcheringa Gallery in Victoria, Canada, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco, US.
E sem duvida os homens aranda lhes responderam com uma frase do tipo: "esse negocio agora era a mesma coisa no Alcheringa, nao se pode faltar com esse negocio, nao se pode fazer errado, la parure da cabeca fica bem ligada a cabeca" ("dat business now, im been same longa Alcheringa, im same, cant missim step datun, cant mistake, im properly stuck longa head", cujo texto se tornaria "a complacencia sexual, que era uma pratica do Alchenringa, impede que o que quer que seja va mal durante o ritual; por exemplo, torna-se impossivel que os ornamentos de cabeca se soltem e desarranjem durante a cerimonia").
The donor Neil Cole had been acquiring works from Alcheringa Gallery in Victoria for a few years, and when he sought owner, Elaine Monds' advice about bequeathing these outstanding works to a suitable institution, she recommended MOA.
In 1992, his work was discovered and collected by Hilda Tutton and Elaine Monds, Director of the Alcheringa Gallery (665 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C., Canada), who visited Northern New Ireland and the Tabar Islands.
Anthropologist WEH Stanner opened his seminal 1953 essay 'The Dreaming' (1) by emphasising the central role of this concept in Indigenous Australia: 'The Australian Aborigines' outlook on the universe and man is shaped by a remarkable conception, which Spencer and Gillen immortalised as "the dream time" or alcheringa of the Arunta or Aranda tribe' (Stanner 2003:57).
El complejo social y cultural conocido a traves del concepto de Alcheringa o Dream Time con sus totems (churingas), mitos, ritos, historias sociales y personales, paisajes reconocidos y recreados, con itinerarios de seres diversos, con interacciones sociales necesarias para su reconocimiento, y con la tradicion de un saber autonomo en sus expresiones y representaciones, todo ello, deja de tener sentido y valor si se clasifica segun nuestras instituciones o campos discretos de conocimiento.