6 edition of Anthropology in Papua New Guinea found in the catalog.
Anthropology in Papua New Guinea
Herbert Ian Hogbin
by Melbourne University Press
Written in English
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Written in an extremely clear and vivid style, the book makes excellent reading for courses on environmental anthropology, neoliberalism and Papua New Guinea. It critically examines the seemingly well meaning certification schemes, which raise questions among both academics and consumers alike, and this should allow for a wide-based readership. I recently completed two new books. Part memoir of my thirty years of linguistic anthropological work in Papua New Guinea, and part narrative of how a language becomes abandoned, A Death in the Rainforest: how a language and a way of life came to an end in Papua New Guinea, was published in June by Algonquin Books, to very positive reviews.
Book description: Through the sharing of food, people feel entitled to inquire into one another’s lives and ponder one another’s states in relation to their foodways. This in-depth study focuses on the Bosmun of Daiden, a Ramu River people in an under-represented area in the ethnography of Papua New Guinea. Few works of anthropology have taken that insight more seriously than Anthony Pickles’ Money Games. In this highly original book the author uses gambling in a variety of forms as an analytic through which local cultural forms, economic assumptions, cultural evaluations, and social relations become visible and meaningful in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
— Gabriela Elisa Morales, Social Anthropology “Scholars of Papua New Guinea and Melanesia will naturally welcome this extraordinary book. It should also be read by those with an interest in ontology, post-colonial science, the anthropology of infrastructure, and the anthropology of the state." — Barbara Andersen, Anthropological Quarterly. "The genius of this book is the way the author weaves anthropological theory, ethnographic description, mission history, and theological awareness to help readers understand the sociolinguistic complexities that contribute to the development of a contemporary church in Papua New Guinea [a] cogent, well written, and argued ethnography.".
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Books with the subject: Papua New Guinea. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. Mister Pip Lloyd Jones David Attenborough. Info/Buy. The White Mary Kira Salak. Info/Buy. The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology) Annette B Weiner.
Info/Buy. Patterns of Culture Ruth Benedict. Info/Buy. The aim of this paper is to explore the history of anthropology in Melanesia with a particular attention to the territory of the current independent state of Papua New Guinea.
Author analyzes the history of the anthropological research in Papua from. When thinking about research in Papua New Guinea, many people picture an anthropologist in khaki shirt and shorts, hanging out with the locals in a mosquito-infested swamp.
Names like Margaret Mead and Bronislaw Malonowski – touchstones of the anthropological canon – might come to mind. Some of these anthropologists have been controversial.
There’s the story [ ]. This book received Honorable Mention for the Victor Turner Prize in ethnographic writing awarded by the Society for Humanistic Anthropology. Cambridge University Press | | Barnes & Noble | Google Books. Cultural Alternatives and a Feminist Anthropology: An Analysis of Culturally Constructed Gender Interests in Papua New Guinea.
He has conducted anthropological fieldwork in Papua New Guinea and amongst the Nuxalk and Nisga'a First Nations of Canada. He has published extensively on Christianity amongst the indigenous peoples of Oceania and British Columbia, the history of anthropology, and the impact of environmental activists in Papua New Guinea.
The book, “The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea”, is a study in the fieldwork of ethnography conducted by Annette B. Weiner. This study is her pre-doctoral work in the study of Anthropology ( & ), and in she received her Ph.D.
This work. Bergha hn Books, New York, pp. 46 and, in particular, Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the Solomon Islands. A key figure in the anthropology of leadership is the 'Big Man', the prototypical.
Paige West, who is the Claire Tow Professor of Anthropology and the Director of the Center for the Study of Social Difference, joined the faculty at Barnard College and Columbia University inthe year after earning her Ph.D.
in cultural and environmental anthropology at Rutgers University. West’s broad scholarly interest is the relationship between societies. The Last Men: Journey Among the Tribes of New Guinea by Iago Corazzo and Greta Roba – Hands down the best book ever on Papua New Guinea.
It would be natural to think that a coffee table book filled with images would not offer much value in terms of insight into a country (I have a shelf filled with such books) but this one has the best. Three anthropologists form a circumstantial friendship in the s while studying tribes in Papua, New Guinea.
American Nell Stone (who is inspired by Margaret Mead) already has a best selling book on natives of the Solomon Islands. Nell's Australian husband, Fen, is jealous of her success, and is often reproachful and competitive/5(K).
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About the Author. Deborah Gewertz is G. Henry Whitcomb Professor of Anthropology and Chair of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at Amherst ick Errington is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. Among their many books are Emerging Class in Papua New Guinea: The Telling of Difference and Yali's Question: Sugar, Culture.
Identification. Papua is probably derived from the Malay word papuwah ("fuzzy hair"). Ina Spanish explorer called the island Nuevathe western half of New Guinea was officially recognized as Dutch New Guinea, the northeastern section became German New Guinea, and the southeastern quarter became British New Guinea.
System in Papua New Guinea. The first use of the term may be found in the English-translation of Dreißig Jahre in der Südsee () by Richard Parkinson. The term may be often found in many historical works dealing with Papua New Guinea. Andrew J.
Strathern applies the concept of big-men to a community in Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea. Narrated by Ruby Dee Produced by WGBH for the Nova series Travels to Papua New Guinea for a look at anthropology from "the other side," making the point that some of the remote islanders made known to the world by such anthropologists as Margaret Mead have begun to object to this attention.
His book Becoming Sinners: Christianity and Moral Torment in a Papua New Guinea Society was awarded the J. Staley prize by the School for Advanced Research in He is currently the series editor for the University of California Press "Anthropology of Christianity" book series,  and has also served as a co-editor for the journal.
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[Michael Goddard] -- "This book is based on the fieldwork of an anthropologist among people in Port Moresby's much-maligned migrant 'settlements' and in a year-old village at the city's edge.
It addresses the. Called “perhaps the finest and most profound account of ethnographic fieldwork and discovery that has ever entered the anthropological literature” by the Wall Street Journal, A Death in the Rainforest: How a Language and a Way of Life Came to an End in Papua New Guinea (Algonquin Books, ) is an account of Don Kulick‘s thirty year involvement with a single village in Papua New Guinea.Anthropology Journals Email Newsletters.
Sign up for our email newsletters to get customized updates on new Berghahn publications. Click here to select your preferences. In the Absence of the Gift New Forms of Value and Personhood in a Papua New Guinea Community Anders Emil Rasmussen. pages, 3 illus., bibliog., index.The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea Introduction The anthropological history of human civilization is very interesting.
The book “The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology) by Annette B. Weiner presents an intact re-examination of the life, religion and politics of the Trobrianders in a new dimension.