A bibliography of Melanesian bibliographies

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University of Papua New Guinea, Dept of Anthropology and Sociology , University, NCD, Papua New Guinea
StatementColin Filer and Papiya Chakravarti
SeriesOccasional paper / University of Papua New Guinea, Department of Anthropology and Sociology -- 5 (1990)., Occasional paper (University of Papua New Guinea. Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology) -- no.5.
ContributionsChakravarti, Papiya
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL26535621M
ISBN 109980840227

Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Filer, Colin. Bibliography of Melanesian bibliographies. University, NCD, Papua New Guinea. Religions of Melanesia: A Bibliographic Survey (Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies) [Trompf, Garry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Religions of Melanesia: A Bibliographic Survey (Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies)Author: Garry Trompf. Earlier Bibliographies of Melanesian Folklore. Berndt, Catherine H. “Myths and Tales.” In: Encyclopaedia of Papua and New Guinea.

Melbourne / Port Moresby: Melbourne University Press / University of Papua New Guinea, pp. This chapter gives an overview of PNG mythology with a bibliography of major works.

Out of print. Genre/Form: Bibliography Church history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacDonald, Mary N.

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Melanesia. Goroka, Papua New Guinea: Melanesian Institute, ©   Your Bibliography: Whitehouse, H., Rites of Terror: Emotion, Metaphor and Memory in Melanesian Initiation Cults. Rites of Terror: Emotion, Metaphor and Memory in Melanesian Initiation Cults.

The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2(4), pp 00 This bibliography, with annotations, consists of almost citations derived from libraries in Berkeley, California, notably at the University of California. Most of the articles and books listed are in Armenian, but items in English, French, German, and Russian are also included.

This book covers an area of study not heretofore presented in substantial length and will be of interest to. Your Bibliography: Malinowski, B., Argonauts Of The Western Pacific ; An Account Of Native Enterprise And Adventure In The Archipelagoes Of Melanesian New Guinea. London: Routledge. Below is an annotated bibliography of Southern Highlands Province folklore.

See the main bibliography page. for more details. Please send comments and corrections to me. See also “An annotated Bibliography of the Huli People of Southern A bibliography of Melanesian bibliographies book Province” by Chris Ballard. Research in Melanesia (). These will be found in the bibliographies of the Solomon Islands and the New Hebrides.

I began this book accidentally. I started making a special list of Melanesian books when I was cataloguing the library of the Bishop Patteson Theological Centre at Kohimarama on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands.

Some friends saw my efforts and encouraged me. A case of spasm of the muscles of the neck causing protrusion of the head (St. Bart's Hospital Reports, 24, pp.

–51) Abstract of a paper on 'Delirium and its allied conditions', read before the Abernethian Society (St. Bart's Hospital Reports, 25, pp. –80) A case of treadler's cramp (Brain, 24, pp. –11)Abstract of paper on 'Hysteria', read before the Abernethian.

The organization of this book is perhaps not the best one could hope for. Ideally, perhaps, a bibliography ought to be arranged by subject matter, but the theme of this one is so complex and topics so inextricably interwoven that it seemed best to arrange it alphabetically by author.

About this Item: University of Papua New Guinea, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. pp., bibliography. Articles: The judiciary and the emerging principle of "interest & spirit of the Constitution"; Incest and marriage prohibitions: Implications of recent changes to the law against incest under Papua New Guinea's criminal code; Sexual crimes against and exploitation of children and the.

[Book] volumes: Author: Corston, S. Publisher: Australian National Univ., Dept. of Ling., Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Canberra Publication Year.

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Search Your search for 'language_keyword:("Kiribati")' returned 5 search Sort Results by Relevance | Newest titles first | Oldest titles first. A PACIFIC BIBLIOGRAPHY Printed Matter Relating to the Native Peoples of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia, 2nd ed [C.R.H.

Taylor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : C.R.H. Taylor. A Bibliography of the History of Skagway, Alaska and the Klondike Gold Rush. Bibliography of Guns, Cartridges, and Accouterments. Bibliography of health, hygiene, and medical care relating especially to 19th century military sites.

Bibliography of Horse Accouterments; Ice House and Ice Industry Bibliography. January version. In physical anthropology, the Australo-Melanesian group is characterized primarily by its characteristic dental morphology.

In Java, "Australo-Melanesian dentitions" are found in fossils until the mid-Holocene (c. 5, years ago), but are replaced by modern "Southern Mongoloid dentitions" (Sundadonty) in the Neolithic, suggesting the displacement and assimilation of the aboriginal Australo. A Pacific Bibliography.

Printed Matter relating to ' the Native Peoples of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. 2nd edition. Oxford, Clarendon Press, pp. appendix, index, map, £8 U.K. Of the need for bibliographies there appears no end, and the appear­ ance of an extensive bibliography on a particular subject and/or area.

Melanesian culture, the beliefs and practices of the indigenous peoples of the ethnogeographic group of Pacific Islands known as Melanesia. From northwest to southeast, the islands form an arc that begins with New Guinea (the western half of which is called Papua and is part of Indonesia, and the eastern half of which comprises the independent country of Papua New Guinea) and continues through.

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The history of the Melanesian mission. Armstrong. Isbister and company, - Melanesia - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Introduction. In preparing this bibliography, I have begun with the Peregrine edition of Steven Lukes' Durkheim: His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Study ().This bibliography was itself the result of a great deal of work by Lukes himself, depending upon earlier bibliographies like those contained in Harry Alpert's Emile Durkheim and His Sociology () and the bibliography.

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D-Lib Magaz no. 11/12 ():. Melanesian / ˌmeləˈnē zh ən / • adj. of or relating to Melanesia, its peoples, or their languages. • n. a native or inhabitant of any of the islands of Melanesia.

any of the languages of Melanesia, mostly Austronesian languages related to Malay but also including. Book Street, Alice Biomedicine in an Unstable Place: Infrastructure and Personhood in a Papua New Guinean Hospital Duke University Press,ISBN:(Google-Books-ID: kOnpBQAAQBAJ).

Dictionaries, Encyclopedia, Guides, Companions, Online Resources. The publication of dictionaries and other such texts specific to Indigenous art only began in the 21st century—though there are earlier, more general encyclopedias on cultural, historical, and political contexts of Indigenous art such as Horton’s Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia.

Indigenous Table of Contents Center for the Study of World Religions Harvard Divinity School Religions of the World and Ecology Series “Melanesian Religion, Ecology, and Modernization in Papua New Guinea” Select Bibliography.

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Definitions. Ethnographic studies across the globe have shown that, far from being confined to the distant past of Europe and New England, the belief in witchcraft is widely distributed in time and place—in Africa, Melanesia, the Pacific, Asia, and the Americas.

This is the Hacker reprint of the two volume original publication, now quite scarce. Volume 1: text pages + fold-out map and 75 drawings in the text. Volume 2: black & white photographic plates with illustrations. Bibliography. 11" high X 9" wide.

This book will be securely wrapped and packed in a sturdy box and shipped with.Melanesian Design: A study of Style in Wood and Turtleshell. 2 vols. New York. Melanesian art: New Guinea. Wolfers, Edward P. A Bibliography of Bibliographies of Papua nad New Guinea.

Boroko: History Dept., University of Papua and New Guinea. [17 pp.] Jahre Museum für Völkerkunde Dresden. Dresden: Museum für Völkerkunde.Melanesian Voice is meant to be a force for truth.

It is meant to give witness to the truth. Whereas, the final or the ultimate truth is th e Divine Source, the syllogistical or the logical truth is dependent on the basic premises one adopts.

The Melanesian Voice is meant to be a forum of Melanesian wisdom and values, based on Melanesian File Size: 2MB.