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Author Clarke, William C.

Title Remembering Papua New Guinea : an eccentric ethnography / William C. Clarke
Published Canberra : Pandanus Books, 2003

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 W'PONDS  306.0899912 Cla/Rpn  AVAILABLE
Description 178 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm
regular print
Contents Machine derived contents note: Learning from Ngirapo 8 -- The people, their place 10 -- Love and marriage 12 -- Courting parties 14 -- Anthropology and a woman in her garden 16 -- More to Riaui 18 -- Wives do all the hard work, they are the hands of men 20 -- The forest is the mother of the garden 22 -- Firewood 24 -- Nink Ndwimba 26 -- A world without people contains no names 28 -- Organic houses 30 -- More about houses 32 -- During the day 34 -- Becoming a person 36 -- Ndop speaks 38 -- Returning to the land 40 -- Warfare 42 -- Warriors 44 -- In harmony with the environment? 46 -- 'We are reconciled, I think, to too much' 48 -- Receiving and giving/buying and selling 50 -- Now is the time of money 52 -- How powerful a plant 54 -- A nice woman 56 -- At the tail of the snake 58 -- The gap between city and country 70 -- Being and creating 72 -- Time for touching 74 -- A question has more than one answer 76 -- Blemished beauty 78 -- A cure for Ngirapo 80 -- Axes, stone and steel 82 -- An axe is an idea 84 -- Wut displays his steel axe 86 -- A woman in her garden with her baby 88 -- 'A tree has roots, but men do not; we must plant or we would die.' 90 -- Nature, culture and cassowaries 92 -- Tou are what you don't eat 94 -- It depends what you mean by 'security' 96 -- Pigs 98 -- Lands rich in thought 100 -- Inventing underdevelopment 102 -- Take any sport 104 -- Tell the truth but tell it slant 106 -- Where did we begin togo wrong? 108 -- Walking on the moon and managing the garden 110 -- Orchards 112 -- Engaging with the world 114 -- Is she to be so greatly feared? 116 -- Now 118 -- I'll tell them how good it tasted' 120 -- Traces on the Rhodian Shore 122 -- Temporary madness as theatre 124 -- Things aren't simple anymore 126 -- It's time for a Papua New Guinean poet to speak 128 -- Cherishing beauty 130 -- Agriculture has more than one story 132 -- How to grow more food on the same amount of land 134 -- Kunda, or magical spells 136 -- Whose biodiversity is it anyway? 138 -- Being there 140 -- Epilogue 142 -- Notes and Sources 145 -- Bibliography 171
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 171-178
Subject Bomagai-Angoiang (Papua New Guinean people) -- Pictorial works
Bomagai-Angoiang (Papua New Guinean people)
Maring (Papua New Guinean people) -- Pictorial works.
Bomagai-Angoiang (Papua New Guinea people)
Bomagai-Angoiang (Papua New Guinea people) -- Pictorial works
Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea.
Maring (Papua New Guinean people)
Papua New Guinea -- Pictorial works.
Genre/Form Pictorial works.
Illustrated works.
Author Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.
LC no. 2004353523
ISBN 1740760344 :