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Same monster, different meanings: how Indigenous ideas about the Pangkarlangu Hairypeople have changed

By Yasmine Musharbash, Senior Lecturer and Head of Anthropology, Australian National University
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In myths and songs, Hairypeople were understood as human-like but uncivilised. Different responses to them in two Warlpiri communities show how colonisation has changed these monsters too.

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