Visual Anthropology

As more of our land and culture is threatened the preservation of all that makes us human is becoming increasing important,

Benoit SEGUR is a brilliant cinematographer who captures wonderful moments for posterity.

I’ve just watched Morin Khuur: The Soul Of The Mongolian Horseman – a wonderful documentary about four city children who travel to the Mongolian steppes to learn the Morin Khuur, an ancestral horsehair fiddle that is said to have healing powers. The children then take their new skills, traditional costumes and dances back to teach others. A great example of how culture can be retained if urbalisation is overcome by children maintaining a link with country and the earth. In Australia- we need to High School kids to spend time in the country and on farms to learn about food and real living.


About jboydedu

The Australian Centre for Sustainability Literacy is a division of Julie Boyd and Associates, who have been working for three decades to educate students in becoming positively contributing world citizens. We use a careful integration of solid research and evidence from a broad range of fields across education, community, business and leadership to support the 7th Generation concept which says that all decisions need to be made for the benefit of 7 generations forward.
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