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A Study of Pueblo Pottery as Illustrative of Zuni Culture Growth. Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1882-83, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1886, pages 467-522 By Frank Hamilton Cushing
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Frank Hamilton Cushing (July 22, 1857 in North East Township,... More > Erie County, Pennsylvania – April 10, 1900 in Washington DC) was an American anthropologist and ethnologist. He made pioneering studies of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico by entering into their culture; his work helped establish participant observation as a common anthropological research strategy.Cushing was born in North East, Pennsylvania. He later moved with his family to western New York. As a boy he took an interest in the Native American artifacts in the surrounding countryside and taught himself how to knap flint (make arrowheads and such from flint). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Hamilton_Cushing< Less
Narraciones cashinhua sobre "espíritus" y su contexto cultural (DEL N° 51) By Neftalí Alicea & Gail Cromack
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Este libro presenta en su contexto cultural, un análisis de algunas narraciones cashinahuas de la selva peruana. (Escaneado de los archivos del ILV y algunas páginas no son... More > nítidas.) This book presents in cultural context an analysis of several narrative texts in Cashinahua of the Peruvian jungle. (This is a scanned copy of the archives of ILV. Some pages are misaligned and print is not consistent.) Datos Etno-Lingüísticos -DEL N° 51< Less
Narraciones cashinhua sobre "espíritus" y su contexto cultural (DEL N° 51) By Neftalí Alicea & Gail Cromack
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Este libro presenta en su contexto cultural, un análisis de algunas narraciones cashinahuas de la selva peruana. (Escaneado de los archivos del ILV y algunas páginas no son... More > nítidas.) This book presents in cultural context an analysis of several narrative texts in Cashinahua of the Peruvian jungle. (This is a scanned copy of the archives of ILV. Some pages are misaligned and print is not consistent.) Datos Etno-Lingüísticos -DEL N° 51< Less
On the Biographical Novel Entitled Lilly By Fazila Derya Agis
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The novel entitled Lilly: I Am an Arab Jew by the Turkish-Jewish writer Eddi Anter is a detailed description of the life of a Jewish family in Istanbul. In the core of the book, you can find the... More > concept of “human being as a mortal creature” that has basic needs, such as nutrition, reproduction, and sociability satisfied via cultural rules of cooking, thus Kosher rules, religious obligations of marrying a person who has the same religion, and a cultural group formed in relation with some religious and social norms. The life of the mother of the author in the Jewish quarters of Istanbul and the childhood, the adolescence, and the adulthood of the author are depicted in the novel, as he starts up the novel describing the funeral of his mother, Gisele Anter, known as Lilly. The author deals with the social institution of family and the cultural processes of enculturation, acculturation, culturation, assimilation, and cultural change. This book review is a study guide teaching the identity formation terminology.< Less
The Anglo-Saxons of the Kentucky Mountains: A Study in Anthropogeography By Ellen Churchill Semple
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One of the first anthropological studies of the Appalachian mountaineer. Discusses various aspect of life and belief among the mountaineer population of Eastern Kentucky. Codified many sterotypes,... More > which still persist. Indexed.< Less
DIALOGUE By Roi Kwabena
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A JOURNAL OF CULTURE, COMMEMORATIVE EDITION -AFROETS PRESS 32ND ANNIVERSARY.This journal specifically addresses issues relating to indigenous cultures and its impact on the post modern world. This... More > Summer Spring Issue includes a bonus supplement dedicated to PANAFSTRAG. EDITOR-PUBLISHER:Roi Kwabena, GUEST EDITOR:Renèe Ballerini-Sigel CONTRIBUTORS: Lennox Raphael, Cathy Perry, Nuru El, Dicho Ilunga, Munyaradzi Muzenda, Stewart Brown, Avelino Bambi, Efi Antoniou, Esuseeke Ololade, Milorad Krystanovch, Ras Jahaziel, Mardin Ibrahim, Ishola Williams, Kunijwok Kwawang, ADAMISSIMO, Writers Without Borders, PANAFSTRAG & Africa Speaks. Contents:ART of Dialogue ,All Are Orphans, Obituaries, Ancient Grace, A Short Story- Hate to Forgiveness,WILL but forced,Africa Speaks ,News update, What they never tell, Children of the Dust, Dwight/Dwrong, other regular features and paintings by the Kenyan born Artist Patrick Wilson Githinji.< Less
Moron Mine By Philip Challinor
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A brief yet wide-ranging insight into one of the world's most ancient and successful commercial enterprises.
The Future of Religion By Christopher Younan
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This is a book that explores the future of religion. (Christopher Younan, non-fiction, 2018)
The Return to the Glade By Christina Sjögren
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Individual Project, fall 2005. Essay about the Countryside Initiative, Cuyahoga Valley National Park
The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia By John Garland Pollard
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Offer here is John Garland Pollard's The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia, published as a scholarly monograph in 1893.

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