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Mortuary Feasting on New Ireland

The Activation of Matriliny Among the Sursurunga

by Alexander H. Bolyanatz

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Published by Bergin & Garvey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • Customs,
  • Indigenous peoples,
  • Social & cultural anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • Kinship,
  • Cultural And Social Anthropology,
  • Social Institutions,
  • Sursurunga (Papua New Guinea p,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Papua New Guinea,
  • Matrilineal kinship,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Death & Dying,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Social Science / Anthropology / Cultural,
  • Sursurunga (Papua New Guinea people),
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • Funeral customs and rites,
  • New Ireland Province

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8267924M
    ISBN 100897897218
    ISBN 109780897897211

    Eves, R. () Remembrance of things Passed: memory, body and the politics of feasting in New Ireland, Papua New Guinea’, Oceania – Google Scholar Falk, P. Cited by: His research has focused on the dynamics of matrilineal descent, which is described in Mortuary Feasting on New Ireland (). More recently, in the wake of his critique of particularism in anthropology (Pacific Romanticism), he has engaged in research projects .

    Review of: Mortuary feasting on New Ireland: the activation of Matriliny among the Sursurunga, by Alexander H. Bolyanatz: Notes on Anthropology: Anthropology: McElhanon, Kenneth A: Review of: And thus became man and world, by John A. Z’graggen: Notes on . For centuries, it has been kastom (custom) for the Malagan to carve wooden masks and sacred figures for their mortuary rites. There are a few dedicated regular carvers on Tabar Island and Libba village near Konos; otherwise, carvings are done only by secret men’s societies for mortuary ceremonies or rites of passage in the villages.

    For the Lelet in the past the process of finishing, as among a number of other New Ireland peoples, entailed the construction, revelation and finally, destruction, of a Malangan figure or figures as the final climatic end to the mortuary feast cycle.(9) Since Malangan construction has long been displaced by other activities said to be less. Publisher’s note: This is a reprint of Roy Wagner, “Figure-Ground Reversal Among the Barok.” In Assemblage of Spirits: Idea and Image in New Ireland, edited by Louise Lincoln, New York: George Braziller. We are very grateful to George Braziller, Inc. for granting us the permission to reprint by: 8.


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Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Mortuary Feasting on New Ireland av Alexander H Bolyanatz på Feasting with Shellfish in the Southern Ohio Valley is a work bound to stir controversy and debate among scholars of the Archaic period. Just as surely it will encourage a new appreciation for the spiritual life of ancient peoples—how they thought about the cosmos and.

Mortuary feasting on New Ireland has received a considerable amount of ethnographic attention,1 and understandably so, since for many New Ireland societies, mortuary feasting is and has been a principal feature of social life (cf., in this regard, Groves ).

Mortuary Feasting on New Ireland: The Activation of Matriliny among the Sursurunga Article in American Anthropologist (1) - January with 2 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Ritual mortuary feasting among the Sursurunga of southern New Ireland, Papua New Guinea functions as a culturally constituted defense mechanism.

Grief and other unpleasant emotions are not normally expressed by Sursurunga men. Bolyanatz, Alexander H. Matriliny and mortuary feasting among the Sursurunga of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea [microform] / by Alexander H. Bolyanatz University Microfilms International Ann Arbor, Mich.

Wikipedia Citation. Melanesian mortuary symbolism commonly assimilates death a Nurture and force‐feeding: mortuary feasting and the construction of collective individuals in a New Ireland society - FOSTER - - American Ethnologist - Wiley Online LibraryCited by: We compare the Lihir Islands in New Ireland Province, where a gold mine is ongoing, with changes on Misima Island in Milne Bay Province, where a mine had shut down.

In Lihir and Misima, mortuary rituals are similarly structured around an extended series of feasts and exchanges that complete obligations toward the deceased and create renown for.

Eves, R. () Remembrance of things passed: Memory, body and the politics of feasting in New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Ocea – Fabian, J. () Time and the other. Columbia University Press: New by: The Swiss anthropologist Bachofen was one of the first to pay any systematic attention to the topic in his Versuch über Graber symbolik der Alten which was published in and parts of which have been translated into English under the title ‘An essay on ancient mortuary symbolism’ (in Myth, religion and mother right, Bachofen, ).

His. Mortuary Ritual and Mining Riches in Island Melanesia. We compare the Lihir Islands in New Ireland Province, where a gold mine is ongoing, with changes on Misima Island in Milne Bay Province. Book Reviews. Identity and Ecology in Arctic Siberia: The Number One Reindeer Brigade.

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Patrick Radden Keefe's new book begins with the disappearance of a year-old widowed mother in Belfast, then spins into an epic account of Northern Ireland's bloody sectarian conflict. Mortuary feasting on New Ireland: the activation of Matriliny among the Sursurunga Musings on matriliny: Understandings and social relations among the Sursurunga of New Ireland Review of: Articulating change in the ‘last unknown’, by Frederick K.

Errington and Deborah B. Gewertz. The people of the Lihir Islands in Papua New Guinea have long held visions of a prosperous new future, often referred to by local leaders as the 'Lihir Destiny'.

When large-scale gold mining activities commenced on the main island of Lihir inmany hoped that this new world had finally arrived. Get all of the latest breaking local news stories from around Ireland as RTÉ delivers the up to the minute Irish news headlines that matter to you.This paper explores the connection between body and memory for the people of the Lelet Plateau of central New Ireland.

Through an examination of the processes by which memories of mortuary feasts are created and circulated, I draw attention to the embodied nature of memory as a central facet in the politics of by: Lelet Plateau of central New Ireland.

Through an examination of the processes by which memories of mortuary feasts are created and circulated, I draw attention to the embodied nature of memory as a central facet in the politics of feasting.

The approach taken here differs from other prevailing approaches to the body and memory in its.