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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.69 Pastoralists and Their Neighbors in Asia and Africa

August 23, 2005 Publication

Edited by Kazunobu Ikeya and Elliot Fratkin

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Contents
Preface
Kazunobu Ikeya and Elliot Fratkin
1. Introduction:
Pastoralists and Their Neighbors: Perspectives from Asia and Africa
Kazunobu Ikeya and Elliot Fratkin
2. A Comparative Approach to Transition and Social Change among Livestock Pastoralists in East Africa and Central Asia
Elliot Fratkin
3. Socioeconomic Relationships between Herders and Hunters:
A Comparison of the Kalahari Desert and Northeastern Siberia
Kazunobu Ikeya
4. Maintaining Cohesion through Rituals:
Chukchi Herders and Hunters, a People of the Siberian Arctic
Virginie Vaté
5. Mobile Livestock-Keeping in Mongolia:
Present Problems, Spatial Organization, Interactions between Mobile and Sedentary Population Groups and Perspectives for Pastral Development
Jörg Janzen
6. North and South Mongolia:
A Comparison of Two Mongolian Pastoralist Societies
Takahiro Ozaki
7. The Transformation of the Community of Tsaatan Reindeer Herders in Mongolia and Their Relationships with the Outside World
Tetsuya Inamura
8. Trading Process of Livestock Products:
The Case of Mobile Sheep Herders in Eastern Nepal
Kazuyuki Watanabe
9. Livestock Economy and Camel Pastoralism among the Raika in India
Kazunobu Ikeya
10. Historical Socil-economic Relationships between the Rashayda and the Beja in the Eastern Sudan:
The Production of Racing Camels and Trade Networks across the Red Sea
Hiroshi Nawata
11. Environmentalism, Development and the Crisis of pastoral Legitimacy:
Rajasthan's Nomadic Pastoralists and the Forests of Madhya Pradesh
Purnendu Kavoori
12. Coexisting with Cultural “Others” :
Social Relationships between the Turkana and the Refugees at Kakuma, Northwest Kenya
Itaru Ohta
List of Contributors

 
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