Studies in the anthropology of Bougainville, Solomon Islands

by Douglas L. Oliver

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Statementby Douglas L. Oliver.
SeriesPapers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University -- v. 29, no. 1-4
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LC ClassificationsGN671 S6 O35 1970
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Pagination4 no. in 1 v. :
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Open LibraryOL19931696M

  The book's five chapters begin with a survey of the general situation of women in Solomon Islands, followed by detailed case studies of the problems faced by rural women in southern Malaita, the Christian reaction to the traditional 'Are' practice of brideprice, and the trials and tribulations of Honiara's market women. There are hundreds of books, articles, chapters and diaries written on the Pacific war generally, and many works by Solomon Islands specialist academics such as David Gegeo, David Akin, Hugh Laracy, James Boutilier, Judith Bennett and Geoffrey White. the coastwatchers on Bougainville, with their colleagues in the Protectorate supplied. Weitz CA, Friedlaender F, Van Horn A, Friedlaender JS. Modernization and the Onset of Overweight and Obesity in Bougainville and Solomon Islands Children: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Comparisons Between and American Journal of Physical Anthropology Weitz CA, Liu J-C, He X, Chin C-T, Garruto RM.   Somatic variability and human ecology on Bougainville. Solomon Islands: N.p; N.d. Oliver DL. Papers Peabody Mus Amer Archaeol Ethnol. Harvard Univ; The Peabody Museum expedition to Bougainville, Solomon Islands, –39; p. Rai PP, editor. Traditional Medicine in Papua New Guinea.

  See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Edit. Last edited by RenameBot. Aug Somatic variability and human ecology on Bougainville, Solomon Islands by Douglas L. Oliver 1 edition - first published in , History, Leadership, Anthropology, Anthropology textbooks, Anthropometry, Antiquities. “The Bougainville Crisis: A view from Solomon Islands.” Adviser: Professor Terence Wesley-Smith. This project contends that the Bougainville Crisis, especially its subsequent escalation which had resulted in a spill-over effect, overtook the adequacy, capability, and relevance of Solomon Islands foreign policy arrangements with other states. "The Bougainville Reports"--by Jack Read, Paul Mason, and other coast watchers--are vivid accounts of the coast watching activities on Buka and Bougainville Islands in the Solomon Islands chain during World War II and describe in detail one of the most successful intelligence operations of the war. By the time war came to the South Pacific on December 8, , an excellent intra-district. This question takes us first of all to a controversy some years ago between two well-known social anthropologists: the late Richard Thurnwald, one of the fathers of economic anthropology, and Douglas Oliver, whose famous book, A Solomon Island Society: kinship and leadership among the Siuai of Bougainville (), is often considered to be.

Elota's Story: The Life and Times of a Soloman Islands Big Man (Case studies in cultural anthropology) by Roger M. Kessing and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   BOOK REVIEW. Bougainville before the conflict By Anthony Regan and Helga Griffin Pandanus Books, Hard cover; pages; AU$ Review by Robin McKay. This is a monumental work compiled by Anthony Regan and Helga Griffin as editors of contributions by an array of highly qualified academics. Professor Roger Martin Keesing was a linguist and anthropologist, noted for his fieldwork on the Kwaio people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands, and his writings on a wide range of topics including kinship, religion, politics, history, cognitive anthropology and language. Keesing was a major contributor to anthropology/5(7).   Nicole George, “Women, Peace, and Security through a Vernacular Frame: Global/local frictions in Solomon Islands and Bougainville” April 9, @ pm - pm Organized by the UCLA Department of Asian American Studies.

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Studies in the anthropology of Bougainville, Solomon Islands (Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University) Hardcover – January 1, by Douglas L Oliver Author: Douglas L Oliver.

The Peabody Museum Expedition to Bougainville, Solomon Islands, --Human relations and language in a Papuan-speaking tribe of southern Bougainville, Solomon Islands --Economic and social uses of domestic pigs in Siua, southern Bougainville, Solomon Islands --Land tenure in northeast Siua, southern Bougainville, Solomon Islands.

Series Title. Studies in the anthropology of Bougainville, Solomon Islands. Cambridge, The Museum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Douglas L Oliver.

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : R. Fortune. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: R.

Fortune. Book Description This book is about the construction of cultural identity through narratives of shared history. It presents an anthropological study of processes of identity formation in a Solomon Islands society deeply affected by colonisation and Christianization.

It happened thus that I was able to go through the subjects which are treated of in this book with native instructors from the Solomon Islands, Studies in the anthropology of Bougainville Banks' Islands, and the Northern New Hebrides; with Marsden Manekalea from Ysabel, Benjamin Bele from Florida, Joseph Wate from Saa, Walter Woser from Motlav, Arthur Arudulewari from Aurora, Lewis.

Author of an early classic study, The Melanesians: Studies in their Anthropology and Folk-Lore (Codrington ), this pioneer had decades of experience from the islands, but Rivers evidently aimed to explore dimensions of Melanesian social life so far not covered by such early descriptive efforts, and, moreover, to do so using a strong theoretical platform, through a combination of brief visits to many.

InColin Freeman, librarian of the UPNG New Guinea Collection, compiled a typescript ‘Bougainville Island Bibliography’ that was based on the references in Douglas Oliver’s pioneering Studies in the Anthropology of Bougainville, Solomon Islands.

A key figure in the anthropology of leadership is the 'Big Man', the prototypical Melanesian political leader who stands at the centre of a complex of economic and political structures found. Abstract. To introduce a set of genetic studies among Solomon Islanders, four tribal groups on Bougainville and Malaita Islands are described.

They were observed in and by social anthropologists and biomedical scientists from Harvard University. The groups varied in habitat and way of life from fishermen living on artificial islets in a saltwater lagoon (the Lau, on Malaita) to shifting agriculturists (the Nasioi, on Bougainville.

" Using a combination of rich ethnography collected over 15 years of fieldwork on the island of Ranongga, Western Province Solomon Islands, McDougall beautifully illustrates the ways Ranongan hospitality specifically, and Solomon Islander hospitality more generally, serves to transform strangers and newcomers (missionaries, international logging companies, migrant labourers etc.) into kin and.

The book notionally hinges on the lessons that the global mining industry learned from the events that took place on the island of Bougainville, which is only a short boat ride from the Solomon Islands where Cochrane started his career.

The emphasis in the book is on the Solomon Islands-Bougainville area, with twenty of the twenty-seven chapters devoted to developments in the Solomon Islands and Bougainville: eleven chapters deal with the Solomon Islands alone, seven chapters describe events in Bougainville and two chapters (chapters 12 and 27) are shared by both regions.

Comparing Industrial and Small-Scale Economic Options for Maravovo Lagoon Region of the Solomon Islands, Lockwood, Victoria S., Thomas G. Harding, and Ben J.

Wallace. Contemporary Pacific Societies: Studies in Development and Change, O'Callaghan, Mary-Lousie. Solomon Islands: A New Economic Strategy, The Bougainville Civil War, also known as the Bougainville conflict, was a multi-layered armed conflict fought from to in the North Solomons Province of Papua New Guinea (PNG) between PNG and the secessionist forces of the Bougainville Revolutionary Army (BRA), and between the BRA and other armed groups on Bougainville.

The conflict was described by Bougainvillean President John. The Solomon Islands has its own history with Bougainville and needs to be included in any analysis. Breakaway movements have surfaced periodically in Solomons’ Western Province, including at the time of the Solomons’ independence in [84].

InArthur Maurice Hocart and William Halse Rivers Rivers conducted fieldwork in the Solomon Islands and elsewhere in Island Melanesia that served as the turning point in the development of modern anthropology.

The work of these two anthropological pioneers on the small island of Simbo brought about the development of participant observation as a methodological. in the Solomon Islands.

By contrast, in Bougainville, collections in the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology It also presents regional-studies literature to describe the dynamics of.

This chapter applies the book’s spatial sensibility to provide a fresh perspective on the Bougainville conflict and the role that the Panguna mine played in it. I emphasise the ways in which the mine exacerbated pre-existing patterns of socio-economic inequality and relative deprivation that were framed by Bougainville’s islandness.

Bougainville and the Northern Solomons campaign is the fourth in it series of operational monographs being prepared by the Historical Section, Division of Public Information, Headquarters, United States Marine Corps, concerning Marine Corps operations in World War II.

Louis-Antoine, Comte de Bougainville (French: [buɡɛ̃vil]; 12 November – August ) was a French admiral and explorer.A contemporary of the British explorer James Cook, he took part in the Seven Years' War in North America and the American Revolutionary War against Britain.

Bougainville later gained fame for his expeditions, including circumnavigation of the globe in a scientific. Linkage disequilibria are estimated for three 2‐locus systems in 18 samples from Bougainville Island, Solomon Islands.

The systems are haptoglobin, acid phosphatase and MN blood group. The disequilibria are estimated two ways: by maximum likelihood (ML) and by. Studies in the anthropology of Bougainville, Solomon islands. Vol. 29, nos. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology: Harvard University.

Decreed affinities: Nationhood and the western Solomon Islands. The Journal of Pacific History: Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. My research covers Cultural Anthropology, Art and Anthropology, Historical Anthropology, Museum Studies, Gender Studies and Religious Studies/ Pilgrimage Studies.

I have done done fieldwork in West Papua (Jayapura area), the North Moluccas (Ternate), Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby, Madang, Collingwood Bay and Bougainville) and Solomon Islands.

A study of Buka-Passage (Solomon Islands) ceremonial paddles Serial Title Records of the Australian Museum Volume 27 Issue 3 Start Page 33 End Page 78 DOI /j Language English Plates plates 3–15 Date Published 10 February Cover Date 10 February ISSN CODEN RAUMAJ Publisher The Australian Museum.

Solomon Islands, country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It consists of a double chain of volcanic islands and coral atolls in Melanesia. The country comprises most of the Solomons chain, with the exception of Buka and Bougainville, two islands at the northwestern end that form an autonomous. This book addresses this gap by analysing the heterogeneity of civil society transitional justice activity in Asia and the Pacific.

Based upon empirically grounded case studies of Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Bougainville, Solomon Islands and Fiji, this book illustrates that civil society actors can have different – and.

Welcome to the Solomon Islands "The chain of islands known as the Solomon Islands is located in the Pacific just to the north and east of the island of New Guinea and 1, miles (1, km.) northeast of Australia." (Lineback, ). Indeed, one of the most widely read books on pre-World War II Bougainville was Douglas L.

Oliver’s A Solomon Island Society: Kinship and Leadership Among the Siwui [sic] of Bougainville, a lengthy report of his anthropological study of a village in Siwai.Bibliography Allen, Jerry, and Conrad Hurd ().

Languages of the Bougainville District. Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea: Summer Institute of Linguistics.His initial fieldwork was done among Siwai speakers on Bougainville Island, but his work for the U.S.

government during World War II and thereafter prevented major publication until In that year, his fine-grained enthographic Studies in the Anthropology of Bougainville, Solomon Islands was published by the Peabody Museum of Harvard.