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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

Senri Ethnological Studies presents individual works, article collections, and annotated bibliographies regarding specific peoples, regions, or themes, with the goal of publicizing in Japan and overseas the results of research conducted by the Museum. An occasional publication.
No. 99 Research and Activism among the Kalahari San Today: Ideals, Challenges, and Debates

[Latest Edition]July 18, 2018 Publication
Edited by R. Fleming Puckett, Kazunobu Ikeya

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CONTENTS

Preface
Introduction
 ………………R. Fleming Puckett, Kazunobu Ikeya, and Robert K. Hitchcock
PART 1 Language, Storytelling, and Education
1 The Story Mind: Education for Democracy—Reflections on the Village Schools Project, 1990-2015
 ………………Melissa A. Heckler
2 People of the Eland/People of ELAN: The Ju/'hoan Transcription Group and Ju/'hoan Mother-Tongue Literacy
 ………………Megan Biesele
3 On the G|ui Experiences of ‘Being Hunted’: Analysis of Oral Discourses on the Man-Killing by Lions
 ………………Kazuyoshi Sugawara
PART 2 San Research and Advocacy: A Blending of Voices
4 An Archaeology of Relevance: Community Empowerment Through Archaeological Research and Heritage Management in Botswana
 ………………Cynthia O. Mooketsi, Nonofho M. Ndobochani, and Mulalu I. Mulalu
5 Tracking in Caves: Reading Human Spoor in Ice Age Caves with San Hunters
 ………………Tilman Lenssen-Erz, Andreas Pastoors, Tsamkgao Ciqae, Ui Kxunta, Thui Thao, Robert Bégouën, Megan Biesele, and Jean Clottes 6 The Khwe Collection in the Academic Legacy of Oswin Köhler: Formation and Potential Future
 ………………Gertrud Boden
7 Female Initiation or School? Practicing Culture in the Kalahari
 ………………Jenny Lawy
PART 3 Politics, Livelihoods, and Land
8 Persistence of Foraging among Tsumkwe Ju/'hoansi in the 21st
 ………………Century Richard B. Lee
9 Settlement Patterns and Sedentarization among the San in the Central Kalahari (1930-1996)
 ………………Kazunobu Ikeya
10 Socio-economic Impacts of a National Park on Local Indigenous Livelihoods: The Case of the Bwabwata National Park in Namibia
 ………………Attila Paksi and Aili Pyhälä
11 Performing Our Past to Secure Our Future: A Look at San-Owned Cultural Tourism in the Kalahari
 ………………Rachel F. Giraudo
12 The Bushman Brand in Southern African Tourism: An Indigenous Modernity in a Neoliberal Political Economy
 ………………Stasja Koot
13 Land, Livelihoods, and Empowerment among the San of Western Zimbabwe
 ………………Robert K. Hitchcock, Ben Begbie-Clench, Davy Ndlovu, Ashton Murwira, and Ignatius Mberengwa
14 ‘The Space to Be Themselves’: Confronting the Mismatch Between South Africa’s Land Reform Laws and Traditional San Social Organization among the ǂKhomani
 ………………R. Fleming Pucket
APPENDIX
Index
List of Contributors
 

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