By Maurits Hassankhan,Maurits S. Hassankhan,Lomarsh Roopnarine,Cheryl White,Radica Mahase
This publication is the 1st ebook originating from the convention Legacy of Slavery and Indentured Labour: earlier, current and Future, which was once organised in June 2013, by means of the Institute of Graduate experiences and learn (IGSR), Anton de Kom college of Suriname.
By Karyn Sharp,Henry S. Sharp
Denésuliné hunters variety from deep within the Boreal woodland some distance into the tundra of northern Canada. Henry S. Sharp, a social anthropologist and ethnographer, spent a number of many years engaging in fieldwork and watching hunts by way of this prolonged family members workforce. His daughter, Karyn Sharp, who's an archaeologist focusing on First countries reviews and is Denésuliné, additionally saw numerous hunts. through the years the daddy and daughter learned that not just their own backgrounds but in addition their disciplinary specializations considerably affected how each one perceived and understood their stories with the Denésuliné.
In Hunting Caribou, Henry and Karyn Sharp try to comprehend and interpret their decades-long observations of Denésuliné hunts during the a number of disciplinary lenses of anthropology, archaeology, and ethnology. even supposing questions and methodologies fluctuate among disciplines, the Sharps’ ethnography, via connecting those parts, presents precise insights into the ecology and motivations of searching societies.
Themes of gender, women’s hard work, bugs, wolf and caribou habit, scale, mobility and transportation, and land use are associated during the authors’ own voice and stories. This player ethnography makes an incredible contribution to a number of fields in academe whereas at the same time revealing extensive implications for study, public coverage, and primary international locations politics.
By Clifford Wilcox
By Roberta Lenkeit
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By Timothy J Owens,J. Jill Suitor
Macro-micro linkages and interpersonal family members, (i.e., age buildings, social associations, and race/ethnicity)
Parenting around the lifestyles path
Parent-adult baby kin and transitions
Transitions in non-kin relationships
Social relationships and well-being
By Bahira Sherif Trask,Raeann R. Hamon
By Peter Prescott
By Sarah E. Chinn
By J. Rahier