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The False Faces of the Iroquois
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The False Faces of the Iroquois

By Fenton, William N.

Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. Trade Paperback Reprint. Trade Paperback. Good - Very Good. Large Quarto. xxii + 522 pp, acknowledgments, Orthography, Abbreviations, list of 123 b&w plates - 20 figures - 21 color plates, 1. Introduction; chapters 2 - 21 grouped under 8 Numbered Parts. bibliography, index. Cover spine hinges reinforced by clear tape, wrap edges slightly splayed at the forecorners, and the back foredge. Binding is firm, paper & pages are clean and unmarked, text block shows light use, small chip to upper forecorner of very last page. Handles nicely. 8.5" x 11" white wraps.

$75.00

Fellahs tunisiens: L'économie rurale et la vie des campagnes aux 18e et 19e siècles (Civilisations et socie?te?s) (French Edition)
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Fellahs tunisiens: L'économie rurale et la vie des campagnes aux 18e et 19e siècles (Civilisations et socie?te?s) (French Edition)

By Lucette Valensi

Paris, France: Mouton & Co, 1977. Academic Paperback. Trade Paperback / En broché. Good/No Jacket. Octavo. 424 pages, Introduction, le text en trois parties / neuf chapitres - avec notes et cartes, bibliographie et Sources. en français / in French. Ffep with previous owner info marked out, else text clean and unmarked. Extremities worn slightly, with dog-eared wrap corner tips. Binding firm and holding. 5.9" x 8.9" tan wraps.

$30.00

Ulémas, fondateurs, insurgés du Maghreb: XVIIe siècle (La Bibliothèque arabe) (French Edition)

By Jacques Berque

Paris France: Sindbad, 1982. Trade Paperback. Soft Cover-- Wrappers. Very Good/No Jacket. Octavo. 298 pages, previous owner's name inked on ffep, reliure en broché, avertissement, sept chapitres, 1. Une entrée dans les Temps Modernes; 2. L'homme qui voulut être roi; 3. Une perspective nationale manquée; 4. Le magistère et l'effraction; 5. Une encyclopédie d'époque; 6. Arrière-plans d'un art judiciaire; 7. Le dynaste et la cité; notes. 5.6" x 8.9" blue wraps Binding tight, pages clean and unmarked, wraps with minor whitening at the extremities. Très bon état.

$37.50

The Pygmies

By De Quaterefages, A.; Starr, Frederick (translator)

London: Macmillan & Co, 1895. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Small Octavo. xiv, 255 pp, editor's preface, introduction, list of b&w illustrations, I. The Pygmies of the Ancients, According to Modern Science; II. General History of the Eastern Pygmies; III. Physical Characters of the Eastern Pygmies; IV. Intellectual, Moral, and Religious Characters of the Mincopies; V. Negritos Other than the Mincopies; VI. The Negrillos, or Pygmies of Africa; VII. Religious Beliefs of the Hottentots and the Bushmen; appendix A-C; index. Slightly cocked, slight bump-turns to forecorner board tips.. Owner's plate on front pastedown with inked names of recto ffep, minor edge wear, and age-toned text block edges. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$44.00

Horizon, trajets marxistes en Anthropologie

By Godelier, Maurice

Paris: François Maspéro, 1973. First Trade Paperback. Paperback. Near Fine. 8vo. 395 (1) pp, Avant-propos; I. De la causalite structurale de l'economie et de quelques concepts de l'anthropologie et du marxisme; II. Parties mortes, idees vivantes dans la pensee de Marx sur les societes promitives. Marxisme et evolutionnisme; III. Variations critiques sur l'analyse des structures sociales, le structuralisme et le marxisme; IV. De la monnaie et de ses fetiches; V. Du caractere fantasmatiques des rapports sociaux. First Trade Paperback, 1973. "La tache de decouvrir et de reconstruire par pensee les modes de production qui se sont developpes on se developpent encore das l'histoire, est plus et autre chose que de constituer une anthopologie economique ou toute autre discipline qui recevra un nom de bapteme semblable." from the rear wrapper. Minor edge wear to wrappers, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Pictorial wrappers.

$17.50

Indians of Canada

By Jenness, Diamond

Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, 1960. Fifth Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good -. Quarto. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good -. xii, 452 pp, introduction + 23 chapters, notes, bibliography, index. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin 65, Anthropological Sereis No. 15: Fifth Edition, 1960. "Includes 7 full-colored plates of tribal chiefs, each in regalia; 130 b&w illustrations; and a large fold-out map of Canada showing tribal and linguistic dividions in pocke at back. Every phase of Indian and Eskimo life is covered --- political, social, cultural, and economic." from the jacket flap. Not Price Clipped. 1" square chip to top edge spine dj with some additional small chips and edge wear to same. Only the faintest edge wear to cloth boards, else, Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brick-red cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine.

$22.50

Races: A Study of the Problems of Race Formation in Man

By Coon, Carleton S.; Stanley M. Garn; and Joseph B. Birdsell

Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1950. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +/No Jacket. Octavo. xiv, 153 (2) pp, editorial preface, introduction, 1. the Study of Races; 2. Race and the Genes; 3. Adaptive Changes in the Whole Body; 4. Surface Variations: Adaptations to Excesses of Light and Heat Under Different Degrees of Humidity; 5. Surface Variations: Adaptations to Dry Cold; 6. Surface Variations: Adaptations to Cool, Damp Cloudiness; 7. Race and Evolutionary Status; 8. Race and the Invisible World; 9. The Races of the World; bibliography references, index with 15 b&w plates. First Edition, 1950. "An analysis of the racial differences among the living peoples of the world in terms of the interplay of hereditary and environmental forces. This has nothing to do with racism. Instead, it shows how human races could have developed. Out of this comes a realistic classification of present-day peoples." Inked names on ffep. Ad for book glued to inside front pastedown. Age-toning to endpapers, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black boards with gilt lettering to front board and spine.

$27.50

Women of All Nations: a Record of Their Characteristics, Habits, Manners, Customs and Influence [Two Volume Set]

By Joyce, T. Athol and N. W. Thomas (eds.)

London: Cassell and Company, Limited, 1908. First Edition. Three-Quarter Leather. Very Good +. Norman H. Hardy. Large 4to. Volume I. vi (i), pp. 1-392, tissue-protected color frontis, list of from the drawings of Norman H. Hardy, Introduction; Polynesia; Melanesia; Mocronesia; Australia; Torres Straits and New Guinea; the Non-Malay Tribes of the Sunda Islands and Celebes; The Malay Peninsula; The Philippine Islands; Madagascar; North Africa; East Africa; South and South-West Africa; The Congo Free State; The West Coast pf Africa; South America with 312 b&w illustrations. Volume II. vii, (i)), pp. 393-774, color frontis, list of 12 color plates, North America; Japan; The Ainu; Korea; China; Manchuria, Mongolia, and Tibet; Siam and Cambodia; Burma; The Kukis and Nagas of North Cachar Hills, Assam; North India; South India; Ceylon; Persia; Turkestan; Asia Minor; Turkey and Greece; Western Balkan Peninsula; Russia; Austria; Germany; Holland; Italy; Spain and Portugal; France; Switzerland; Belgium; Denmark; Sweden; Norway; Iceland; The British Isles; The United States and Canada; index with 287 b&w illustrations. First Edition, 1908. Inked name "C. L. Brace" and note on ffep. Partially rubbed board edges with some additional minor edge wear to corner tips, and slight foxing to prelims and endpapers of Volume I, else, Pristine Interior. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown three-quarter leather with blue decorative marble boards, raised bands and gilt lettering to spine, and blue marble endpapers.

$175.00

Indigenous Ways to the Present : Native Whaling in the Western Arctic

By McCartney, Allen P. - Editor

Salt Lake City / Edmonton: University of Utah Press / CCI Press, 2003. First Trade Paperback. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Octavo. vi + 432 pp, editor's note, list of 22 contributors, 15 treatise essay papers by contributors. each paper with abstract, introduction, figures, tables. references, Several fold-out charts are bound in. Anthropology of Pacific North America - including Alaska. Bering Straits, etc., including extensive data collected by expert scientists. Two line rubber stamp on ffep, else unmarked pages throughout. Wraps with very minor signs of handling wear to foreedges, binding tight. 6.75" x 9.75" multicolored illustrated wrappers.

$30.00

Stone Age Island: Seven Years in New Guinea

By Williams, Maslyn

London: Collins, 1964. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good +. 8vo. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. 352 pp, preface by Morris West, foreword, acknowledgments. list of b&w illustrations, map, Part I. The Capital and the Coast; Part II. Killers and Capitalists; Part III. Men of Two Worlds; epilogue, sources. First Edition, 1964. "This book is a recording of the author's observations, experiences, and conclusions. For eight years he has commuted between Australia and New Guinea, recording the emergence of its people and various levels of primitiveness to impending self-determination." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Minute chips, mostly to top and bottom spine-edge dj with some rubbing to edges of same. Lightly age-toned text block edges, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine, and map on endpapers.

$20.00

The Jealous Potter
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The Jealous Potter

By Lévi-Strauss, Claude

Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1988. First English Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 8vo. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. viii, 250 (1) pp, color frontis, introduction, 1. A Jivaro Myth; 2. Pottery, a "Jealous Art"; 3. Goatsucker Myths in South America; 4. Potters' Kilns and Cooking Fire; 5. Goatsucker Myths in North Americaa; 6. Oral Greediness and Anal Retention; 7. The Sloth as Cosmological Symbol; 8. In Quest of Zoemes; 9. Levels of the World; 10. Excrement, Meteors, Jealousy, Dismembered Body; 11. California Demiugres as Jealous Potters; 12. Myths in the Form of Klein's Bottle; 13. The Nature of Myth; 14. A Jivaro Version of Totem and Taboo; Appendix: Tribes, Peoples, Linguistic Families; references, abbreviations, bibliography, acknowledgments. Translated by Benedicte Chorier: First English Edition, 1988. "As Lévi-Strauss freely explores the mythologies of the Americas, with occasional incursions into European and Japanese folklore, tales of sloths and squirrels interweave with discussions of Freud, Saussure, "signification," and plays by Sophocles and Labiche. Lévi-Strauss critiques psychoanalytic interpretation and defends the interpretive powers of structuralism." Not Price Clipped. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$15.00

Living with the Dead in the Middle Ages
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Living with the Dead in the Middle Ages

By Geary, Patrick J.

Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1994. First Trade Paperback. Trade Paperback. Very Good. Octavo. viii + 274 pp, acknowledgments, introduction, topic headings : Reading (chapters 1 & 2); Representing ( chapters 3 & 4); Negotiating (chapters 5- 7); Reproducing (chapters 8-10); Living (chapters 11-12); index of published sources, general index. Binding tight, pages unmarked, cover wraps Very Good.. 6.1" x 9.1" illustrated wraps.

$17.50

Population, Ecology, and Social Evolution

By Polgar, Steven (ed.)

Chicago, IL: Mouton Publishers Distributed by Aldine, 1975. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Large 8vo. x, 354 pp, general editor's preface, essays, biographical notes, index of names, index of subjects. World Anthropology series: First Edition, 1975. "The papers of an international group of prehistorians and social anthropologists are brought together in this volume and are addressed to questions crucial to understanding population dynamics. Specific empirical findings are included from Peru, Denmark, Greece, Ghana, and Central Asia; more general discussions focus on hunter-gatherers and early food producers, on isolate ethnic groups, social production, ecological principles, and on changes in cooperative agonistic behavior, and includes an introductory chapter reviewing demographic changes which have marked the course of human evolution and poses some questgions about theoretical models of causation and progress." from the jacket flap. Not Price Clipped. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with black lettering to front board, and white to spine.

$27.50

African Agrarian Systems. Studies presented and discussed at the Second International African Seminar, Lovanium University, Leopoldville, January 1960.

By Biebuyck, Daniel (ed.)

London: Oxford University Press. 1966. Reprint. H Hard Cover. Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good - Fine. xiii, 407 (1) pp, list of maps, Foreword by Daryll Forde; Part I. Introduction by Daniel Biebuyck (Text in French): I. Problemes d'analyse et de terminologie; II. Tenure fonciere et developpements Historiques; III. Droits fonciers, penurie et valorisation des terres; IV. Tenure fonciere et valeurs religieuses; V. Plans de developpement et reformes foncieres; VI. English Summary. Part II. Special Studies: I. Land-Tenure Problems in Relation to Agricultural Development in the Northern Region of Nigeria by Kenneth D. S. Baldwin; II. Systemes de tenure fonciere et problemes fonciers au Congo Daniel Biebuyck (Text in French); III. 'Land',, 'Tenure' and Land-Tenure by Paul Bohannan; IV. Les rapports du systeme foncier Toucouleur et de l'organisation sociale et economique traditionnelle. Leur evolution actuelle by Jean-Louis Boutillier (Text in French); V. Land Rights and Land Use among the Valley Tonga of the Rhodesian Federation: The Background to the Kariba Resettlement Programme by Elizabeth Colson; VI. Aspects politico-sociaux du systeme de tenure des terres des Luunda Septentrionaux by Fernand Crine (Text in French); VII. Quelques aspects juridiques du probleme foncier au Congo by Jean P. Dufour (Text in French); VIII. The Land Husbandry Act of Southern Rhodesia by G. Kingsley Garbett; IX. Three Types of Southern Ghanaian Cocoa Farmer by Polly Hill; Land Consolidation and Redistribution of Population in the Imenti Sub-tribe of the Meru (Kenya) by F. Derek Homan; XI. Land as an Object of Gain in a Non-Literate Society. Land- Tenure among the Bete and Dida (Ivory Coast, West Africa) by Andre J. Kobben; XII. Some Effects of the Introduction of Individual Free-hold into Buganda by Audrey I. Richards; XIII. La propriete foncier chez les Kongo du Nord-Ouest. Caracteristiques generales et evolution by Marcel Soret (Text in French); XIV. Developpement du regime d'appropriation privee des terres de la palmeraie du Sud-Dahomey by Claude Tardits (Text in French); XV. Essai sur quelques problemes relatifs au regime foncier des Diola de Basse-Casamance (Senegal) by Louis V. Thomas (Text in French); XVI. Problemes poses par l'introduction de nouveaux modes d'usage des terres chez les Zande vungara du Congo Belge by Jacques Vanderlinden (Text in French); XVII. Les regimes fonciers Ruanda et Kuba: une comparison by Jan Vansina (Text in French); XVIII. Factors Determining the Content of African Land-Tenure Systems in Northern Rhodesia by Charles N. N. White; XIX. Effects on the Xhosa and Nyakyusa of Scarcity of Land by Monica Wilson; XX. Problemes sociaux poses par la transplatation Mossi sur les terres irriguees de 'Office du Niger by Dominique Zahan (Text in French); index, clef francaise. Edited with an Introduction by Daniel Biebuyck; Published for the International African Institute by Oxford University Press: Reprinted, 1967. Not Price Clipped. Inked name on ffep. Three closed tears to top end dj with Lightly age-toned spine of same, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no other underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$48.00

Kul'tura naseleniia Gornogo Altai v skifskoe vremia. [Cyrillic Script]

By S. I. Rudenko

Moskva: Izdatel'stvo Akademii nauk SSSR. 1960. F Second Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good + +. No Dust Jacket, As Issued. Transliteration of the original title in Cyrillic script. (English Title: Culture of the Population of the Altai Mountains in the Scythian Time). 360 p. + 128 Plates, I. Gornoaltaisk mounds with riprap; II. Bashadarskie mounds; III. Findings in Bashadarskih mounds; IV. Tuektinskie mounds; V. Found in Tuektinskih mounds; VI. Gornoaltaisk mounds dating with riprap; VII. The inhabitants of East European and Asian steppes and the foothills in the Scythian time; VIII. Sport and lifestyle gornoaltaytsev; IX. Clothing and accessories; X. The technique of processing different materials; XI. Vehicles; XII. Social order; XIII. Fine arts; XIV. Funeral rites and methods of embalming corpses; Conclusion with color and b&w illustrations throughout. Second Edition, 1960. This book, published in 1953, was mainly devoted to the description of the Pazyryk burial mounds group Eastern Altai and wonderful finds in these mounds. It considered in detail the question of the causes of education in permafrost mounds, providing a great save big mounds of Altai with riprap. The author describes in detail Bashadarskie and Tuektinskie mounds, and includes a summary of the other previously excavated mounds of the Altai Scythian time. Minor wear with slightly darkened spine, and lightly soiled boards, else, Pristine Interior. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Grey cloth boards with embossed borders, figure and maroon lettering to front board, and maroon title plate and gilt and maroon lettering to decorative spine.

$125.00

A Serbian Village

By Halpern, Joel Martin

New York: Columbia University Press. 1958. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good + +. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. xxii, 325 pp, foreword by Conrad M. Arensberg, preface, 1. The Setting; 2. Serbia and Orasac in the 19th Century; 3. Orasac Village Today; 4. Making a Living; 5. Shelter, Clothing, and Food; 6. Social Organization; 7. The Question of Class; 8. Life Cycle I; 9. Life Cycle II; 10. Religion, Holidays, and Folk Beliefs; 11. Government and the Village; 12. The Orasac Villager and the World Outside; 13. Some Thoughts on a Serbian Village; Glossary of Serbian Words Used in the Text; selected bibliography, index with b&w illustrations and photograph reproductions. Illustrated by Barbara Kerewsky Halpern. First Edition, 1958. "Living with a peasant family, the author observed at first hand the life of the village, which is closely regulated by the yearly agricultural cycle. Here is a colorful picture of the crafts, costumes, folk beleifs, religious and state holidays of the individuals who live in Orasac. He tells of kin ties and of household structure, and traces the historical background that has shaped village life, pointing out traces of the years of Turkish domination and of Western influences during the world wars. This was the first community study in English on Yugoslavia and one of the few works of social anthropology. Its description of a peasant community that has been only superficially touched by Tito's Communism will be of interest to all readers. As a study of an unfamiliar area by the methods of American anthropology, it will be valuable to specialists." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Inked name ffep. 1/2" to 1/8" chip along top edge spine with small chips along top edge rear panel, edge wear to bottom edge spine and 1" closed tear to bottom edge rear panel of same. Some brief underlinings pages 119-123, 128-132, 186-192, and 195-196, with lightly age-toned bottom and fore- text block edges, else, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Red cloth with gilt lettering to spine, and red top text block edge.

$27.50

Psyche's Task: A Discourse Concerning the Influence of Superstition on the Growth of Institutions. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged to Which is Added The Scope of Social Anthropology: An Inaugural Lecture

By Frazer, James George

London: Macmillan & Co., Limited. 1920. Reprint. H Hard Cover. Very Good +. xi, 186 (2) pp, preface, note to the Second Edition, I. Introduction; II. Government; III. Private Property; IV. Marriage; V. Respect for Human Life; VI. Conclusion: The Scope of Social Anthropology; index. Second Edition, Reprinted 1920. "The author proposes to prove, or at least make probable , by examples that among certain reces and at certain stages of evolution som social institutions which we all, or most of us, believe to be beneficial have partially rested on a basis of superstition. The institutions to which I refer are purely secular or civil, namely, government, private property, marriage, and the respect for life." from the Introduction. Minor edge wear with age-toned text block edges and partial foxing to flyleafs and half-title, else, Pristine Interior. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Green cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$37.50

Jews of the Dutch Caribbean: Exploring Ethnic Identity on Curacao
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Jews of the Dutch Caribbean: Exploring Ethnic Identity on Curacao

By Benjamin, Alan F.

London and New York: Routledge. 2002. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. As New. No Dust Jacket, As Issued. xii, 200 pp, b&w frontis, list of maps and tables; acknowledgments, preface, 1. Introduction: Romeo and Juliet; Introductory Overview; Significance of "Ethnic"; Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Ethnicity; Ethnicity; Identity and Ethnic Identity; Classifying Practices of Ethnic Identity; This Research in the Context of Area Studies. 2. Research, A Contract, and Representation: A Contract and Negotiations; Concerns, Motivations, and Rationales; Historical and Cultural Factors; Impact and Effects, Sleepless Nights. Part I. Setting: 3. Introduction; 4. Ecology and Prehistory: Ecology; Seu'; The Prehistoric, Human, Setting; 5. Seleected Elements of the Curacaoan Social Setting: Rudy's Ta Otro; Colonial History; Industrialization; Karnaval; Political Organization; Labor History; The Politics of Language. 6. The Sephardi Jewish Presence on Curacao: Pre- Curacaoan Sephardi; Expulsion, Forced Conversion, and Inquisition: Out of Iberia; The "New Jerusalem" in Amsterdam; Coming to the Americas; Curacao Sephardi Social Organization; The Yom Kippur Service; Sephardi Settlement on Curacao; Economic Activity; Religious Organization; Religio-Political Organization; Kinship. Part II. Social Practice: 7. Introduction; 8. Alternatively Jewish, Alternatively Curacoan: Ashkenazi Jews Arrive in Curacao; Alternative Jewish Prayer, the Curacao Ashkenazi Service; Simchat Torah at Congregation Shaare Tsedek; Two Images of Being Jewish on Curacao; 9. Ascribing Identities: Kinship and Ethnic Identity; Ana Nobo; Nodes of Ethnic Identity; Experiencing Nodes of Ethnic Identity as not Singular, not Unitary, and not Constant; Local Understanding and Crafting an Ethnic Identity; 10. Conclusion; Apendix: 1. Questionaire; 2. Protocol for First Semi-Structured Interview; 3. Protocol for Second Semi- Structured Interview; 4. Contract; 5. Research Methods; notes, bibliography, index. First Edition, 2002. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with blind-stamped gilt lettering to front board and spine.

$75.00

The Art and Politics of Wana Shamanship

By Atkinson, Jane Monnig

Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 1989. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. xviii, 365 pp, list of 30 b&w illustrations, list of 3 maps, preface, a note on transcription, introduction, Part I: 1. Summoning Powerful Alies; 2. A Divided Reality; 3. Hidden Knowledge. Part II: 4. Therapeutic Endeavors; 5. Shamans as Seers; 6. An Anatomy of Dependence; 7. Power and Therapy. Part III: 8. Ascents to the Sky; 9. Exchanges with the Owner; 10. Rituals Through Time. Part IV: 11. Foods for the Spirit Familiars; 12. Emotional Performance. Part V: 13. Shamanship and Leadership; 14. Shamanship, Gender, and the Life Cycle; 15. Bringing History to Bear; notes, glossary, bibliography, index. First Edition, 1989. "This intricately crafted study offers unique insight into the rich shamanic ritual traditions of the Wana, an upland population of Sulawesi, Indonesia. The author elucidates the logic, meaning, and practice of the mabalong, a major Wana ritual. She then explores how and under what conditions ritual authority can translate into political authority in other contexts of Wana life." from the jacket flap. Not Price Clipped. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$17.50

The Xavante in Transition: Health, Ecology, and Bioanthropology  in Central Brazil
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The Xavante in Transition: Health, Ecology, and Bioanthropology in Central Brazil

By Coimbra, Carlos E. A., Jr. / Flowers, Nancy M. / Salzano, Francisco M. / Santos, Ricardo V.

Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. 2002. F First Edition / First Printing Used. H Hard Cover. Near Fine. xxxii + 344 pp, series introduction, list of approx 50 figures, list of approx 50 tables, foreword, preface & acknowledgments, guide to pronunciation of Xavante words10 chapters, notes, references, index. Text clean, binding tight, covers crisp, DJ in clear removable mylar protector.. 6.4" x 9.4" black cloth boards in orange & brown illustrted DJ.

$27.50

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