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Interactions and Intersections of Genedered Bodies at Work, at Home, and at Play
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Interactions and Intersections of Genedered Bodies at Work, at Home, and at Play

By SEGAL, Marcia Texler (ed.)

Emerald Books, 2010. Hardcover. Very good +. Advances in Gender Research Volume 14. xi, 387 p. 24 cm. Tables. Hardcover. A little wear to edges and corners. Topics include tattooed women; perceptions of beauty and femininity; emotional abuse in childhood and the complex role of food; determinants of sexual harassment for men and women in the military; the impacts of globalization; membership in state legislatures; gender, race and perceived promotability; changes in women's share of management; home ownership and economic self sufficiency for low income women of colour; raising single mothers out of poverty; women's leisure in Greece; women in rugby and martial arts; impact of feminist sterotypes and heterosexual relationships; a feminist methodological approach to the intersection of race, class and gender.

$50.00

The Serpent Mounds Site Physical Anthropology
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The Serpent Mounds Site Physical Anthropology

By ANDERSON, James E.

University of Toronto, 1968. Softcover. Very good +. Art and Archaeology Occasional Paper 11, Royal Ontario Museum/University of Toronto. vi, 97 p. 26 cm. 29 b&w plates, 29 tables. Paperbook. Ink notation top front. Ink signature at top of front page.

$35.00

Cloth as Metaphor: Nigerian Textiles from the Museum of Cultural History
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Cloth as Metaphor: Nigerian Textiles from the Museum of Cultural History

By BORGATTI, Jean

1983. Very good +. Museum of Cultural History Monograph Series no. 20. 63 p. 28 cm. 52 figures, some in colour. Staplebound. A bit faded around spine. Ink signature at top of half title.

$35.00

The East Greenlanders: Possibilities of Existence, Their Production and Consumption
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The East Greenlanders: Possibilities of Existence, Their Production and Consumption

By MIKKELSEN, Ejnar; SVEISTRUP, P. P.

Kobenhavn: C. A. Reitzels, 1944. Good. Meddelelser om Gronland udgivne af Kommissionen for Videnskabelige Undersogelser I Gronland Bd. 134. Nr. 2. 244 p. 27 cm. 33 figures in text, map at rear. Softcover. Faded, spotted spine with tears to ends. Small tears to edges. Number scratched out at bottom of cover. Neat, clean interior. English text. Living conditions in prehistoric times, Angmagssalik settlement, hunting expeditions, means of existence before colonization, food supply and consumption, income in natural products and cash after the colonization, consumption of imported groceries, amounts paid for European commodities, transport at sea in recent times, health conditions after colonization, etc.

$35.00

A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Vol. 17, No. 4, 2011
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A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Vol. 17, No. 4, 2011

By CVETKOVICH, Ann, et al (eds.)

2011. Softcover. Ex library-near fine. Pages 497-697, [7] p. 25 cm. One colour and b&w illustration. Paperback. Faint mark from removed label on lower spine, pencil notes top of title page. Special section on Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick. Contributions by H. A. Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Henry Abelove, Michael Moon, Kathryn R. Kent, Neil Hertz, Lynn Huffer, Richard Rambuss, Martin Joseph Ponce, etc.

$100.00

Strange Encounters: Embodied Others in Post-Coloniality
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Strange Encounters: Embodied Others in Post-Coloniality

By AHMED, Sara

London: Routledge, 2000. Softcover. Fine. Transformations: Thinking Through Feminism series. xii, 212 p. 24 cm. Paperback.

$50.00

Kohikohinga: Reminiscences and Reflections of "Rapata" (Vernon Roberts)
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Kohikohinga: Reminiscences and Reflections of "Rapata" (Vernon Roberts)

By ROBERTS, G. T.

Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1929. Cloth. Good. [8], 322 p. 25 cm. Pasted-in b&w frontispiece portrait, 3 other pasted-in b&w photos, small green line drawings. Black cloth hardcover with red print. Soiling and scratches to boards, worn corners, small tears in spine ends. Ink inscription on front free endpaper. Smudge on p. 1 and a few other faint marks. Arranged in Narrative Form by G. T. Roberts with Foreword by George W. Hutchison. Topics include Maori character, diet, horse training, wives, war canoes, etiquette, etc.

$75.00

Contributions to Anthropology: The Interior Peoples of Northern Alaska
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Contributions to Anthropology: The Interior Peoples of Northern Alaska

By HALL, Edwin S., Jr. (ed.)

Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1976. Softcover. Fine. National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Archeological Survey of Canada Paper No. 49. xi, 391 p. 28 cm. 1 map, 41 figures, 50 tables. Brown paper covers. Articles on Nunamiut archaeology, house types at Tukuto Lake, early historic Nunamiut house types, West Alaskan influences in Mackenzie Eskimo culture; Kuyukuk Inidan - Kobuk Eskimo interaction; etc. by Lewis R. Binford and others.

$60.00

The Lango: A Nilotic Tribe of Uganda
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The Lango: A Nilotic Tribe of Uganda

By DRIBERG, J. H.

London: T. Fisher Unwin Ltd, 1923. First Edition. Cloth. Good +. 468 p. 26 cm. Frontispiece of the author, 22 other b&w plates, fold-out map at rear. Blue cloth hardcover with gold lettering. Wrapped in mylar (removed for photo). Some wrinkling to cloth and softening of spine ends. Bookplate on front pastedown. This 1923 study of the Lango people of north-central Uganda narrates the origins and history of the group, which had a form of government based on minor clan chiefs before the arrival of British rule. Jack Herbert Driberg (1888–1946) was a British official in the service of the Uganda Protectorate in 1912–21 and lived and worked among the Lango, for whom he developed both sympathy and admiration. He describes the ethnology of the Lango nation, their environment, the geographical features of their territory, a detailed record of village life, materials goods, social organization, religion, magic, and witchcraft. The study also contains Driberg’s analysis of the Lango people’s Luo language and his Lango–English dictionary at rear. The book concludes with a series of Lango fables.

$300.00

The Muria and Their Ghotul
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The Muria and Their Ghotul

By ELWIN, Verrier

London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1947. Cloth. Very good. xxix, 730 p. 25 cm. 146 b&w illustrations and 9 maps. Purple cloth hardcover. Faded spine. Label on front pastedown.

$75.00

Orokaiva Society
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Orokaiva Society

By WILLIAMS, F. E.; MURRAY, Sir Hubert (intro.)

Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1969. Hardcover. Very good. xxiii, 355p. 22.5 cm. Blue hardcover binding with gold lettering and design on spine. Includes 25 black & white figures. Ex-library with cataloguing label on spine, stamps on edges, stamps, bookplates, envelopes on end papers. pages clean except for some pencilling in contents pages. Text unmarked. Binding shows wear from use with dented corners and fading at extremes and along edges of spine. Overall a nice reading copy. Very good condition. Reprint of a book first published in 1930. Contents: Introduction; The Orokaiva People; Daily Life; Personal Enhancement; The Food Quest; Arts of Life; Individual, Family, and Clan; The Plant Emblem; Marriage; The Tribes; Warfare; Initiation Ceremonies; Ceremonies of Mourning; Dance and Drama; The Spiritual Substitute; Survival After Death; Medicine and Magic; Morality; Note on Orthography; Glossary; Index.

$50.00

Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1903-04
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Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1903-04

By FEWKES, Jesse Walter

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1907. Cloth. Very good. xix, 296 p. + plates. 30 cm. 129 b&w plates and 70 figures. Green cloth hardcover with gold impressing. Light wear to covers. Accompanying papers: "The aborigines of Porto Rico and neighboring islands" by Jesse Walter Fewkes; "Certain antiquities of eastern Mexico" by Fewkes. Indexed. May cost extra to ship; please contact us before ordering.

$75.00

Thirtieth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1908-1909
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Thirtieth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1908-1909

By STEVENSON, Matilda Coxe, et al

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1915. Cloth. Good. 453 p. 30 cm. 7 mainly b&w plates and 6 figures. Green cloth hardcover with gold impressing. Covers stained. Some light dampstains to page tops and a bit of wrinkling. Contains: "Ethnobotany of the Zuni Indians" by Matilda Coxe Stevenson; "An Inquiry into the Animism and Folk-lore of the Guiana Indians" by Walter E. Roth. List of publications of the Bureau and index at rear.

$35.00

Primitives: Tribal Body-Art and the Left-Handed Path
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Primitives: Tribal Body-Art and the Left-Handed Path

By GATEWOOD, Charles

San Francisco: R. Mutt Press, 2000. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. Limited edition #72 of 2000. 61 p. 31 cm. B&w photographs. Hardcover in mylar-covered dustjacket. Signed by author on title page. Mild wear to edge of jacket. Body piercing and tattoos.

$50.00

The World of Human Sexuality: Behaviors, Customs, and Beliefs
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The World of Human Sexuality: Behaviors, Customs, and Beliefs

By GREGERSEN, Edgar

New York: Irvington, 1996. Hardcover. Near fine. [x], 438, [3] p. 24 cm. 243 b&w illustrations, 14 maps, photo of author at rear. Black hardcover with gold lettering. A little soiling to front cover and small dent at bottom of front board. Topics: history of the study of sex; evolution of human sexuality; sex techniques; physical attractiveness; clothing and modesty; marriage and incest; prostitution; the geography of sexual practices. Index.

$125.00

Use of Tobacco in Mexico and South America
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Use of Tobacco in Mexico and South America

By MASON, J. Alden

Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1924. Pamphlet. Good. Anthropology Leaflet 16. 15 p. interspersed with plates. 22 cm. 6 b&w plates. Tan paper covers. Chip to bottom front corners of cover and first page. Stain top front corner of front cover. Some small tears in edges. Inside of front cover lists Anthropology leaflets issued to date.

$15.00

Forty-Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1929-1930
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Forty-Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1929-1930

By WHITE, Leslie A. et al

Washington DC, 1930. Paperback. Good. 1108 p. 29 cm. 59 b&w plates, 2 colour plates, and 32 b&w in-text figures including 1 map. Green paper covers have numerous tears. Tears in first few pages. Llight soiling to edge of text block. Contains administrative report, "The Acoma Indians" by Leslie A. White, "Isleta, New Mexico" by Elsie Clews Parsons, "Introduction to Zuñi Ceremonialism," "Zuñi Origin Myths," "Zuñi Ritual Poetry," and "Zuñi Katcinas" by Ruth L. Bunzel. Indexed.

$100.00

Forty-sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1928-1929
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Forty-sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1928-1929

By HRDLICKA, Alex, et al

Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1929. Paperback. Very good +. 654 p. 29 cm. 80 plates and 35 text figures. Grey paper covers. Consists of "Anthropological Survey in Alaska" by Ales Hrdlicka and "Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri" by Edwin Thompson Deng, edited with notes and biographical sketch by J. N. B. Hewitt.

$50.00

Totemism: A Consideration of its Origin and Import
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Totemism: A Consideration of its Origin and Import

By HILL-TOUT, Charles

Royal Society of Canada, 1903. Disbound. Very good. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada Section II, 1903. Pages 61-99. 25 cm. Loose pages bound with tape. Paper clean and neat.

$20.00

Report to the Government of the Bechuanaland on the Bushman Survey
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Report to the Government of the Bechuanaland on the Bushman Survey

By SILBERBAUER, George B.

Gaberones: Bechuanaland Government, 1965. Paperback. Very good. 138 p. 25 cm. Fold-out map in back pocket of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Maps in text. Colour and b&w photographs. Softcover. Some wear to covers. Includes chapters on ecology, social life, economic life, religion, supernatural beings, hygiene and health, Bantu relationships and Bushman on the Ghanzi Farms.

$50.00

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