Understanding Cultural Landscapes - Projects


Understanding Cultural Landscapes – Symposium
Monday, 11 July – Friday, 15 July 2005

View the provisional schedule (or download pdf version)

This Symposium will provide opportunities for staff and research students at Flinders to explore the issues raised by the emerging scholarly interest in Cultural Landscapes, and to define the area.

Paul Carter (Professor of the Faculty of Architecture Building & Planning at the University of Melbourne) will be the Symposium's special guest.

Some of these papers are awkward to download. We are happy to provide a CD containing all the texts if you send us an email. Please make sure that you include a mailing address.

Author Abstract / Full Paper
Carol Fort Reading Social Organization in a Watery Landscape: Cutting Through South Australia’s Woakwine Range
  Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Jane Haggis Placing the post in the landscape of memory: revisiting the colonial frontier
  Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Lyn Leader-Elliott Cultural landscapes of a tourism destination: South Australia’s Barossa Valley
  Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Joe Flatman,
Mark Staniforth, David Nutley and Debra Shefi
Submerged Cultural Landscapes

Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Nick Prescott “All we see and all we seem…” – Australian Cinema and National Landscape
  Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Rick Hosking Ten Texts: ‘a projecting part of the main’: an Elliston palimpsest
  Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Note: the full paper is a spectacular 128 mb. It is also located on the W drive in a folder called CL_Symposium.
Pamela A. Smith, Susan Piddock, and F. Donald Pate

The Adelaide Hills Face Zone as a Cultural Landscape

Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Revised full paper (posted 11 July 2005)

Steve Hemming Managing cultures into the past
  Full paper (pdf)
Peter Manthorpe Returning to Memory Cove
  Symposium abstract (pdf)
Full paper (pdf)
Brian Matthews MCG
  Full paper (pdf)

Timetable

Papers to be pre-read by participants: by 10 July


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Papers will be written, submitted and circulated well before the Symposium, so that during the event itself, participants can concentrate on thorough, productive discussion of papers that they have already read.

This Symposium is planned not as a formal conference, but as an intensive and productive working environment. Published proceedings will follow.


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