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Título: Man. The Journal of the Royal ...
Editorial: London, Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1966-1994.
Año de publicación: 1966
Encuadernación: 8°. Grüne Leineneinbände.
Edición: 1/1966 - 29/1994.
Descripción 1966 December. The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Good+ paper, green cover is free from text, as is, 441-610p. Nº de ref. del artículo: 1073220957
Descripción Royal Anthropological Institute., 1973. Gr.-8°, Broschiert. Condición: Gut. 159-343 S. Buch in gutem Zustand, Book in good Condition. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 333. Nº de ref. del artículo: 79032
Descripción Published Quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, London, 1998. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 872 pages. With illustrations. One advertisement page has part torn off and replaced with cellophane. Library binding with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. Slight soiling to bottom spine. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 011655. Nº de ref. del artículo: 011655
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1997. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 844 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 3 N.S. 1997MARCH- JONATHAN SPENCER. Post-colonialism and the political imagination- CECILIA BUSBY. Of marriage and marriageability: gender and Dravidian kinship- BOB SIMPSON. Possession, dispossession and the social distribution of knowledge among Sri Lankan ritual specialists- JEREMY MACCLANCY & ROBERT Parkin. Revitalization or continuity in European ritual? The case of San Bessu- JON P. MITCHELL. A moment with Christ: the importance of feelings in the analysis of belief- GILLAN COWLISHAW. Race at work: reflecting on fieldwork in the Northern Territory- WENDY JAMES. The names of fear: memory, history, and the ethnography of feeling among Uduk refugees- CHRIS KNIGHT. The wives of the sun and moonCOMMENT- Trobriand chiefs and fathers. H.A. POWELL; MARK S. MOSKO - French origins of The golden bough. CRISTIANO CAMPORESI JUNE- LUC DE HEUSCH. The symbolic mechanisms of sacred kingship: rediscovering Frazer- BRUCE M. KNAUFT. Gender identity, political economy and modernity in Melanesia and Amazonia- CECILIA BUSBY. Permeable and partible persons: a comparative analysis and body in South India and Melanesia- VALENTINA NAPOLITANO. Becoming a mujercita: rituals, fiestas and religious discourses- ISABELLE NABOKOV. Expel the lover, recover the wife: symbolic analysis of a South Indian Exorcism - THOMAS WlDLOK. Orientation in the wild: the shared cognition of Hai||om Bushpeople- FREDERICK ERRINGTON & DEBORAH GEWERTZ. The Wewak Rotary Club: the middle class in Melanesia- JAMES G. CARRIER & JOSIAH McC. Heyman Consumption and political economy COMMENT- Kinship with trees. Robert Parkin; Mary BouquetSEPTEMBER- ALFRED Gell. Exalting the king and obstructing the state: a political interpretation of royal ritual in Bastar District, Central India- AGNAR HELGASON & GlSLI PALSSON. Contested commodities: the moral landscape of modernist regimes- FELICIA HUGHES-FREELAND. Art and politics: from Javanese court dance to Indonesian art- LYNETTE PARKER. Engendering schoolchildren in Bali- PALOMA GAY-Y-BLASCO. A ‘different’ body? Desire and virginity among Gitanos- CAMILLA POWER & IAN WATTS. The woman with the zebra’s penis: gender, mutability and performance- KATHERINE A. Snyder. Elders’ authority and women’s protest: the masay ritual and social change among the Iraqw of Tanzania- TONI Huber & Poul Pedersen. Meteorological knowledge and environmental ideas in traditional and modern societies: the case of TibetDECEMBER- NlGEL Rapport. The ‘contrarieties’ of Israel: an essay on the cognitive importance and the creative promise of both/and - MARTIN Stokes. Voices and places: history, repetition and the musical imagination- JONATHAN Spencer. Fatima and the enchanted toffees: an essay on contingency, narrative and therapy- JOHN KNIGHT. A tale of two forests: reforestation discourse in Japan and beyond- BOB SIMPSON. On gifts, payments and disputes: divorce and changing family structures in contemporary Britain- CHARLES LlNDHOLM. Logical and moral problems of postmodernism - VlEDA SKULTANS. Theorizing Latvian lives: the quest for identity Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010714. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010714
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1996. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 790 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 2 N.S. 1996MARCH- SIMON CHARSLEY ‘Untouchable’: what is in a name? - MARIANNE Gullestad. From obedience to negotiation: dilemmas in the transmission of values between the generations in Norway - MARY BOUQUET. Family trees and their affinities: the visual imperative of the genealogical diagram- EVE DANZIGER Parts and their counterparts: spatial and social relationships in Mopan Maya - PASCAL Boyer. What makes anthropomorphism natural: intuitive ontology and cultural representations - Harvey Whitehouse Jungles and computers: neuronal group selection and the epidemiology of representations - GREGORY Starrett. The margins of print: children’s religious literature in Egypt - MONlCA Minnegal. A necessary unity: the articulation of social and ecological explanations of behaviour JUNE- ANNE Christine Taylor. The soul’s body and its states: an Amazonian perspective on the nature of being human- Bernard Formoso. Hsiu-Kou-Ku: the ritual refining of restless ghosts among the Chinese of Thailand - AZAM TORAB. Piety as gendered agency: a study of jalaseh ritual discourse in an urban neighbourhood in Iran - SIGNE HOWELL. Many contexts, many meanings? Gendered values among the northern Lio of Flores, Indonesia - ANDREW BEATTY. Adam and Eve and Vishnu: syncretism in the Javanese slametan - SIDNEY W Mintz. Enduring substances, trying theories: the Caribbean region as oikoumene - KEVIN A. YELVINGTON. Flirting in the factory - PER HAGE, Frank Harary & BOJKA MlLICIC. Tattooing, gender and social stratification in Micro-Polynesia Comment- Science, pseudo-science and interpretation. MANTON HIRST; STEPHEN P. Reyna SEPTEMBER- PHYLLIS Morrow. Yup’ik Eskimo agents and American legal agencies: perspectives on compliance and resistance- Jennifer W Nourse. The voice of the winds versus the masters of cure: contested notions of spirit possession among the Lauje of Sulawesi- FRANCES PINE. Naming the house and naming the land: kinship and social groups in highland Poland - DAVID Mosse. South Indian Christians, purity/impurity, and the caste system: death ritual in a Tamil Roman Catholic community - MAIA GREEN. Medicines and the embodiment of substances among Pogoro Catholics, Southern Tanzania - JOHN MONAGHAN. Fiesta finance in Mesoamerica and the origins of a gift exchange system- MARILYN STRATHERN. Cutting the network DECEMBER- A.F. Robertson The development of meaning: ontogeny and culture - DAVID Hicks Making the king divine: a case study in ritual regicide from Timor - ALAN G. Fix. Gene frequency dines in Europe: demic diffusion or natural selection? - PAUL B. ROSCOE. War and society in Sepik New Guinea - J. GOODY. A kernel of doubt - JEAN-GUY A. GOULET. The ‘berdache’/‘Two-Spirit’: a comparison of anthropological and native constructions of gendered identities among the Northern Athapaskans - HARVEY Whitehouse. Rites of terror: emotion, metaphor and memory in melanesian initiation cults Comment- Anthropomorphism and the evolution of cognition. STEPHEN MITHEN; PASCAL BOYER - Segmentary models in Morocco. David M. Hart Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010713. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010713
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1999. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 710 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. VOLUME 5 NUMBER 1 MARCH 1999CONTENTS- Mark Jamieson The place of counterfeits in regimes of value: an anthropological approach- Michael Anderson Children in-between: constructing identities in the bicultural family - Jonathan Benthall Financial worship: the Quranic injunction to almsgiving - Adam Reed Anticipating individuals: modes of vision and their social consequence in a Papua New Guinea prison - R. H. Barnes Marriage by capture - Veronica Strang Familiar forms: homologues, culture and gender in Northern Australia COMMENT- From mission to movement: the impact of Christianity on patterns of political association in Papua New Guinea. John Barker; Harvey Whitehouse VOLUME 5 NUMBER 2 JUNE 1999CONTENTS- HAL LEVINE Reconstructing ethnicity- Susan Drucker-Brown The grandchildren’s play at the Mamprusi king’s funeral: ritual rebellion revisited in northern Ghana- JAMES F. WEINER Culture in a sealed envelope: the concealment of Australian Aboriginal heritage and tradition in the Hindmarsh Island Bridge affair- Axel Aubrun The aesthetics of kin recognition- PETER GOW Piro designs: painting as meaningful action in an Amazonian lived world- PAUL SANT CASSIA Tradition, tourism and memory in Malta- CHRISTINA TOREN Compassion for one another: constituting kinship as intentionality in FijiVOLUME 5 NUMBER 3- Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern Female spirit cults as a on gender relations in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea- Jim Hagen The good behind the gift: morality and exchange among the of Eastern Indonesia- MICHAEL O’Hanlon 'Mostly harmless’?: missionaries, administrators and culture on the coast of British New Guinea- MARSHALL Sahlins TWO or three things that I know about culture- PER Hage Marking universals and the structure and evolution of kinship terminologies: evidence from Salish- Donald V L. MACLEOD Tourism and the globalization of a Canary IslandCOMMENT- Power/flirting Kevin Yelvington; Caroline Osella & FILIPPO OSELLA- Peoples of Bali Hildred Geertz- Continuity and revitalization in European ritual: the case of San Bessu Jeremy BoissevainNUMBER 4 DECEMBER 1999CONTENTS- HUON Wardle Jamaican adventures: Simmel, subjectivity and extraterritoriality in the Caribbean- MARTIN D. Stringer Rethinking animism: thoughts from the infancy of our discipline- CHRIS Shore and Susan Wright Audit culture and anthropology: neo-liberalism in British higher education- PENNY Vera-Sanso Dominant daughters-in-law and submissive mothers- in-law? Cooperation and conflict in South India- REED L. Wadley Disrespecting the dead and the living: Iban ancestor worship and the violation of mourning taboos- DIMITRIOS THEODOSSOPOULOS The pace of the work and the logic of the harvest: women, labour and the olive harvest in a Greek island communityCOMMENT- Cognitive anthropology? D. ZEITLYN- Greek hoplites C.R.Hallpike; W.G.Runciman- The social life of trees L.Rival; R.jEFFERY- Continuity and revitalization in European ritual: the case of San Bessu R. PARKIN & J.MACCLANCY Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010715. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010715
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1995. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 894 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 1 1995MARCH- PAUL B. ROSCOE. Of power and menace: Sepik art as an affecting presence- Nicholas Thomas. A second reflection: presence and opposition in contemporary Maori art- ROBERT Paine. Columbus and anthropology and the unknown - Robert Foley. Causes and consequences in human evolution - BARTHOLOMEW Dean. Forbidden fruit: infidelity, affinity and brideservice among the Urarina of Peruvian Amazonia - DEBORAH Durham. Soliciting gifts and negotiating agency: the spirit of asking in Botswana- SUSAN DRUCKER-Brown. The court and the kola nut: wooing and witnessing in northern Ghana - BURKHARD SCHNEPEL. Durga and the king: ethnohistorical aspects of politico-ritual life in a south Orissan jungle kingdom Comment- A symbolic theory of incest. DAVID M. SCHNEIDER; PAUL B. ROSCOE JUNE- EMIKO OHNUKI-TlERNEY. Structure, event and historical metaphor: rice and identities in Japanese history - SIMON HARRISON. Four types of symbolic conflict - STEVEN R. ACHESON. In the wake of the iron people: a case for changing settlement strategies among the Kunghit Haida - BRIAN MORRIS. Woodland and village: reflections on the 'animal estate’ in rural Malawi - JANET Carsten. The politics of forgetting: migration, kinship and memory on the periphery of the Southeast Asian state - ALBERT SCHRAUWERS. The household and shared poverty in the highlands of Central Sulawesi - CHRISTINE HELLIWELL. Autonomy as natural equality: inequality in ‘egalitarian’ societies- FENELLA CANNELL. The imitation of Christ in Bicol, Philippines Comment- Structure and consensus among ‘untouchables’ in South Asia. DAVID N. Gellner- Tools, language and cognition. CHRIS KNIGHT; Tim INGOLD; BRUNO LATOUR - Understanding tribes in Iran and beyond. PHILIP Carl SALZMAN; BRIAN V. STREET; SUSAN WRIGHT SEPTEMBER- MICHAEL O’Hanlon. Modernity and the ‘graphicalization’ of meaning: New Guinea Highland shield design in historical perspective - Jeremy MacCLANCY. Brief encounter: the meeting, in Mass-Observation, of British surrealism and popular anthropology - SUSAN Kent. Does sedentarization promote gender inequality? A case study from the Kalahari - Linda H. Connor The action of the body on society: washing a corpse in Bali- David D. Gilmore. The scholar minstrels of Andalusia: deep oratory, or the carnivalesque upside down - Donald Pollock. Masks and the semiotics of identity - CHARLES-HENRY PRADELLES DE LATOUR. Witchcraft and the avoidance of physical violence in Cameroon - CHARLES Piot. Symbolic dualism and historical process among the Kabre of TogoComment- Sex, violence and ‘cultural constructionism’. WARREN SHAPIRO; PAUL ROSCOE- Science - artichoke or onion? MICHAEL SINGLETON; S.P Reyna - On fabrication. ERNEST GELLNER; PAUL RABINOW DECEMBER- DAVID Riches. Hunter-gatherer structural transformations - Robert Layton. Functional and historical explanations for village social organization in northern Europe- GERD BAUMANN. Managing a polyethnic milieu: kinship and interaction in a London suburb- LIONEL Caplan. Creole world, purist rhetoric: Anglo-Indian cultural debates in colonial and contemporary Madras - Mark S. Mosko. Rethinking Trobriand chieftainship- Sarah Lund Skar. Appropriating pawns: Andean dominance and the manipulation of things- CHARLES LlNDHOLM. The new Middle Eastern ethnography (Review Article) Comment- Segmentation: reality or myth? ERNEST GELLNER; Henry Munson, JR - Communication and affect in New Guinea art. MICHAEL O’HANLON; PAUL ROSCOE Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010712. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010712
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 2004. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 976 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. VOLUME 10 NUMBER 1 MARCH 2004 - ALAN PASSES The place of politics: powerful speech and women spEakers in everyday Pa’ikwene (Palikur) life- ERIC HIRSCH Techniques of vision: photography, disco and renderings of present perceptions in highland Papua- ANTOINETTE MOLINIE The revealing muteness of rituals: a psychoanalytical approach to a Spanish ceremony- DAVID LIPSET ‘The trial’: a parody of the law amid the mockery of men in post-colonial Papua New Guinea- IANET MCINTOSH Reluctant Muslims: embodied hegemony and moral resistance in a Giriama spirit possession complex- ANTHONY GOOD ‘Undoubtedly an expert’? Anthropologists in British asylum courts- GUNTHER SCHLEE Taking sides and constructing identities: reflections on conflict theory- OSCAR CALAVIA SAEZ In search of ritual: tradition, outer world and bad manners in the Amazon- CORRIGENDUM: CHRISTINA TOREN Becoming a Christian in Fiji: an ethnographic study of ontogeny NUMBER 2 JUNE 2004 - S.L. HECKLER Tedium and creativity: the valorization of manioc wduntion and Piaroa women- JEFFREY G. SNODGRASS The centre cannot hold: tales of hierarchy and poetic composition from modern Rajasthan - SANDRA BAMFORD Conceiving relatedness: non-substantial relations among the Kamea of Papua New Guinea - DAVID P. CRANDALL Knowing human moral knowledge to be true: an essay on intellectual conviction - DENIZ Kandiyoti & Nadira Azimova The communal and the sacred: women’s worlds of ritual in Uzbekistan - ANOUSKA KOMLOSY Procession and water splashing: expressions of locality and nationality during Dai New Year in Xishuangbanna - DIMITRI TSINTJILONIS Words of intimacy: remembering the dead in Buntao- SCOTT Atran, Douglas Medin & Norbert Ross Evolution and devolution of knowledge: a tale of two biologies - SIMON COLEMAN The charismatic gift NUMBER 3 SEPTEMBER 2004 CONTENTS- GUILLAUME ROZENBERG How giving sanctifies: the birthday of Thamanya Hsayadaw in Burma- FRANK N. Pieke Contours of an anthropology of the Chinese state: political structure, agency and economic development in rural China- ELIZABETH TONKIN Consulting Ku Jlople: some histories of oracles in West Africa- MICHAEL STEWART Remembering without commemoration: the mnemonics and politics of Holocaust memories among European Roma- SIMON HARRISON Emotional climates: ritual, seasonality and affective disorders - TONY WALTER Plastination for display: a new way to dispose of the dead- RANE WILLERSLEV Not animal, not not-animal: hunting, imitation mm empathetic knowledge among the Siberian Yukaghirs- MATT TOMLINSON Perpetual lament: kava-drinking, Christianity and sensations of historical decline in Fiji- ANNE PIRIE Constructing prehistory: lithic analysis in the Levantine EpipalaeolithicNUMBER 4 DECEMBER 2004 - Jeanette Edwards Incorporating incest: gamete, body and relation in assisted conception- ANNELISE RILES Property as legal knowledge: means and ends- ROY DILLEY The visibility and invisibility of production among Senegalese craftsmen- CARLO SEVERI Capturing imagination: a cognitive approach to complexity- BOB SIMPSON Impossible gifts: bodies, Buddhism and bioethics in contemporary Sri Lanka- NIGEL RAPPORT Envisioned, intentioned: a painter informs an anthropologist about social relations- MICHAEL A. UZENDOSKI Manioc beer and meat: value, reproduction and cosmic substance among the Napu Runa of the Ecuadorian Amazon Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010720. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010720
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 2003. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 846 pages. With illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. VOLUME 9 NUMBER 1 MARCH 2003 - CHRIS FOWLER & VICKI CUMMINGS Places of transformation: building monuments from water and stone in the Neolithic of the Irish Sea- Susana de Matos Viegas Eating with your favourite mother: time and sociality in a Brazilian Amerindian community- ALISON SHAW Interpreting images: diagnostic skill in the genetics clinic- DANIEL MILLER The virtual moment- PATRICK HEADY Conscripts and Christians: representing kinship and affinity in the Carnian Alps- MELISSA DEMIAN Custom in the courtroom, law in the village: legal transformations in Papua New Guinea- WILLIAM H. FISHER Name rituals and acts of feeling among the Kayapo (Mebengokre)- ALBERTO CORSIN JIMENEZ On space as a capacityNUMBER 2 JUNE 2003- Mark Jamieson Miskitu or Creole? Ethnic identity and the moral economy in a Nicaraguan Miskitu village - C.M. HANN Creeds, cultures and the ‘witchery of music’ - FRANCESCA CAPPELLETTO Long-term memory of extreme events: from autobiography to history - ELIZABETH EWART Lines and circles: images of time in a Panara village - PIERRE BOURDIEU Participant objectivation - JAMES STAPLES Disguise, revelation and copyright: disassembling the South Indian leper - RUPERT STASCH Separateness as a relation: the iconicity, univocality and creativity of Korowai mother-in-law avoidance - MONICA KONRAD From secrets of life to the life of secrets: tracing genetic knowledge as genealogical ethics in biomedical Britain NUMBER 3 SEPTEMBER 2003- Robert Storrie Equivalence, personhood and relationality: messes of relatedness among the Hoti of Venezuelan Guiana - Jack Sidnell An ethnographic consideration of rule-following- Robert Layton Art and agency: a reassessment- Signe Howell Kinning: the creation of life trajectories in transnational adoptive families- Silvia Tomaskova Nationalism, local histories and the making of data in archaeology- JOHN Middleton Merchants: an essay in historical ethnography- Richard Eves Money, mayhem and the Beast: narratives of the world’s end from New Ireland (Papua New Guinea)- Gail Kennedy Palaeolithic grandmothers? Life history theory and early HomoNUMBER 4 DECEMBER 2003- INGE Maria Daniels Scooping, raking, beckoning luck: luck, agency and the interdependence of people and things in Japan- Panayotis PANOPOULOS Animal bells as symbols: sound and hearing in a Greek island village- LINDA WALDMAN Houses and the ritual construction of gendered homes in South Africa- SEAN KINGSTON Form, attention and a southern New Ireland life cycle- CHRISTINA TOREN Becoming a Christian in Fiji: an ethnographic study of ontogeny- FILIPPO OSELLA & CAROLINE OSELLA ‘Ayyappan saranam’: masculinity and the Sabarimala pilgrimage in Kerala- John HARRISS ‘Widening the radius of trust’: ethnographic explorations of trust and Indian business- ALEXANDRE SURRALLES Face to face: meaning, feeling and perception in Amazonian welcoming ceremonies Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010719. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010719
Descripción London, Published quarterly by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 2001. Library Binding. Condición: Ex-Library. First edition. 841 pages. With maps, tables & illustrations. With library stamps & labels. Library buckram with new endpapers. Slight wear to spine, covers & corners. VOLUME 7 NUMBER 1 MARCH 2001 - BOB SIMPSON Making ‘bad’ deaths ‘good’: the kinship consequences of posthumous conception - NANDINI SUNDAR Debating Dussehra and reinterpreting rebellion in Bastar District, Central India - JOHN L. LOCKE Rank and relationships in the evolution of spoken language- TERRY ROOPNARAINE Constrained trade and creative exchange on the Barima River, GuyanA- Nicolas Argenti Kesum-body and the places of the gods: the politics of children’s masking and second-world realities in Oku (Cameroon) - SALLY FALK MOORE Certainties undone: fifty turbulent years of legal anthropology, 1949-1999 - Jerome ROUSSEAU Hereditary stratification in middle-range societies - PNINA WERBNER The limits of cultural hybridity: on ritual monsters, poetic licence and contested postcolonial purifications COMMENT- Art and the re-presentation of the past Yannis Hamilakis; LIONEL SIMS; CHRISTOPHER TILLEY, SUE HAMILTON & BARBARA BENDER - Rethinking animism STEWART GUTHRIE NUMBER 2 JUNE 2001 - BARBARA PLACIDO ‘It’s all to do with words’: an analysis of spirit possession in the Venezuelan cult of Maria Lionza- David Zeitlyn Finding meaning in the text: the process of interpretation in text-based divination- Eric Hirsch Making up people in Papua- Simon Harrison Smoke rising from the villages of the dead: seasonal patterns of mood in a Papua New Guinea society- Stuart Needham When expediency broaches ritual intention: the flow of metal between systemic and buried domains- Arnar Arnason Experts of the ordinary: bereavement counselling in Britain- Alison Shaw Kinship, cultural preference and immigration: consanguineous marriage among British Pakistanis- Christopher Tilley & Wayne Bennett An archaeology of supernatural places: the case of West PenwithNUMBER 3 SEPTEMBER 2001 - MORTEN A. PEDERSEN Totemism, animism and North Asian indigenous ontologies - RITA ASTUTI Are we all natural dualists? A cognitive developmental approach - ALLON UHLMANN Intertwined refractions: the mutual constitution of gender style and class fraction in a de-industrializing Australian town - CATHERINE ALEXANDER Legal and binding: time, change and long-term transactions - PER HAGE The evolution of Dravidian kinship systems in Oceania: linguistic evidence - FREDERICK ERRINGTON & DEBORAH GEWERTZ On the generification of culture: from blow fish to Melanesian - ARJUN GUNERATNE Shaping the tourist’s gaze: representing ethnic difference in a Nepali village- TIM THOMAS, PETER SHEPPARD & RICHARD WALTER Landscape, Violence and social bodies: ritualized architecture in a Solomon Islands society COMMENT- Greek hoplites W.G. RUNCIMAN; C.R. HALLPIKE NUMBER 4 DECEMBER 2001- PALOMA GAY Y BLASCO ‘We don’t know our descent’: how the Gitanos of Jarana manage the past - IOANNA BRUCK Monuments, power and personhood in the British Neolithic - SUSAN DRUCKER-BROWN House and hierarchy: politics and domestic space in northern Ghana - JEFFREY G. SNODGRASS Beware of charitable souls: contagion, roguish ghosts and the poison(s) of Hindu alms - FRANS J. SCHRYER Multiple hierarchies and the duplex nature of groups - AMALIA SA’AR Lonely in your firm grip: women in Israeli-Palestinian families - MARK PLUCIENNIK Archaeology, anthropology and subsistence COMMENT- Audit culture and anthropology MARK MAGUIRE; CRIS SHORE & SUE WRIGHT - Monuments, power and personhood in the British Neolithic JULIAN THOMAS; JOANNA BRÜCK- Primitive Mentality JAMES WOODBURN, THOMS WIDLOK, EDWIN N. WILMSEN, TIM INGOLD Quantity Available: 1. Category: Anthropology & Archaeology; Magazines & Periodicals; Social & Cultural History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010717. Nº de ref. del artículo: 010717