The poetic power of place : comparative perspectives on Austronesian ideas of locality / edited by James J. Fox.
By: Fox, James J
Contributor(s): Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies. Comparative Austronesian ProjectLanguage: English Publisher: Canberra : Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 1997.Description: vi, 204p. : diagrs., maps ; 25cm.ISBN: 0731528417
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Contents: Place and Landscape in comparative Austronesian perspective / J.J. Fox; The water that blesses, the river that follows: place and ritual imagination among the Temanambondro of southeast Madagascar / P. Thomas; Remembering origins: ancestors and places in the Gumai society of south Sumatra / M. Sakai; The contested landscapes of myth and history in Tana Toraja / R. Waterson; Genealogy and topogeny: towards and ethnography of rotinese ritual place names / J.J. Fox; Mapping with metaphor: cultural topographies in West Timor / A. McWilliam; knowing your place: representing relations of precedence and origin on the Buru landscape / B.D. Grimes; Speaking of places: spatial poesis and localized identity in Buli / N. Bubandt; From the poetics of place to the politics of space: redefining cultural landscapes on Damer, Maluku Tenggara / S. Pannell; Seating the place: tropes of body, movement and space for the people of Lelet Plateau, New Ireland (Papua New Guinea) / R. Eves.