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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.60 Self- and Other-Images of Hunter-Gatherers:Papers Presented at the Eighth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 8) National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, October 1998

March 29, 2002 Publication

Edited by Henry Stewart, Alan Barnard, Keiichi Omura

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Contents
Preface
SHUZO KOYAMA and JIRO TANAKA
1 Introduction:
Self- and Other-Images of Hunter-Gatherers
HENRY STEWART and ALAN BARNARD
2 The Foraging Mode of Thought
ALAN BARNARD
3 Cosmology, Belonging and Construction of Community Identity:
The Politics of Being Hunter-Gatherers among the Akie-Dorobo of Tanzania
BWIRE KAARE
4 Ethno-tourism and the Bushmen
MATHIAS GUENTHER
5 Travels to Otherness:
Whose Identity Do We Want to See?
BARBARA BUNTMAN
6 Ethnonyms and Images:
Genesis of the 'Inuit' and Image Manipulation
HENRY STEWART
7 Construction of Inuinnaqtun (Real Inuit-way):
Self-Image and Everyday Practices in Inuit Society
KEIICHI OMURA
8 When You Sing It Now, Just Like New:
Re-Creation in Native American Narrative Tradition
ROBIN RIDINGTON
9 Culture Learning of Urban Aboriginals:
Background, Characteristics and Implications
SEIJI SUZUKI
10 Images of Australian Colonialism:
Interpretations of the Colonial Landscape by an Aboriginal Historian
MINORU HOKARI
11 Difference, Representation, Positionality:
An Examination of the Politics of Contemporary Ainu Images
TAKASHI KINASE
12 Images of Jomon Hunter-Gatherers Represented by Japanese Archaeology
HIDEFUMI OGAWA
13 Anthropology and Anthropocentrism:
Images of Hunter-Gatherers, Westerners and the Environment
JUSTIN KENRICK
List of Contributors

 
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