By Ernesto E. TABIO
Los angeles Habana. 1988. Ciencias Sociales. 18x11. 175p.
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Anderson (2000:16–17) is critical of both the term and the concept of Irwin’s proposed terra australis 29 38 Islands of Inquiry / Jim Allen and James F. O’Connell ‘voyaging nursery’, extending from Island Southeast Asia to the Bismarcks. Regardless, we continue to find utility in Irwin’s data and arguments, particularly as they pertain to Wallacea. Whether or not earlier watercraft were in use still further west is unimportant here; it is no leap of faith to suppose that once the larger landforms of the Sunda shelf had been left behind, the technological sophistication and use of watercraft, even bamboo rafts, increased among the large and small islands of Wallacea.
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