A multi-layered statement, but let’s reflect for a moment on how the West wholly misses out on a hidden personal knowledge management technique inherent in orality.

Quote card featuring part of the indigenous art-inspired cover of the book Songlines by Margo Neale and Lynne Kelly with the quote "Inuit man Dempsey Bob said, ‘The trouble with whitefellas is that they keep all their brains in books.’"

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    1. Chris Aldrich says:

      I’m neck deep in anthropology and a variety of works by Lynne Kelly, Margo Neale’s First Knowledges series from Thames & Hudson as well as Duane Hamacher’s articles and books. I’ve read some of Yunkaporta’s journal article research and Sand Talk is on my list, but I’ve not read it yet.

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