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(side 180-181)
av Knut Rio Og Olaf H. Smedal
(side 182-195)
av Anders Johansen
In reference to Mauss’s notion of les techiques du corps, this lecture looks into the methods of breathing and articulation central to the art of oratory in the pre ...
(side 196-215)
av Hilde Nielssen
«To the Ends of the World». Bringing the world to Norway and vice versa through ethnographic mission exhibitions For more than a century, missionaries were the main contributors of representations ...
(side 217-231)
av Birte Brekketo
Image, beholder and significance Norwegian Muslim youth is torn between two differing attitudes and has to steer a course between Islamic scepticism and European recognition of figurative representations. Eight Norwegian ...
(side 233-241)
av Monika Rosten
Play war in a peace zone In this article, I discuss the methodological challenges that arise when social interaction in children’s play is dealt with in anthropological study. From ...
(side 241-252)
av Pål Skedsmo
Democratisation and environmentalism on the Kola Peninsula This article focuses on an exercise in democracy, in this case the cooperation between organisations across the Norwegian-Russian border; how cooperation takes ...
(side 253-265)
av Knut Christian Myhre
On rituals and social relations. Reflections on a powerful form of exchange The article describes a bridewealth prestation among the Chagga-speaking people of Tanzania. Departing from approaches that rely ...
(side 266-279)
av Heidi Fjeld
From household to House. On the relevance of land for the analysis of polyandry in Tibet Seen as a fragile form of marriage, it has long been assumed that polyandry ...
(side 280-295)
av Bjørn Enge Bertelsen
«To die here doesn’t cost much». Violence, legal anthropology and sovereignty in postcolonial Mozambique The starting point of this article is the absence of a basic sense of social ...
(side 296-307)
av Rune Flikke
Thandi’s story. When time, space and bodies meet The article recounts Thandi’s dramatic story as told to the author during fieldwork in Durban, South Africa in the 1990s ...
Bokomtaler
(side 308-319)
av Halvdan Haugsbakken, Christine M. Jacobsen, Anette Fagertun, Arne Røkkum, Ingjerd Hoëm, Thomas Hylland Eriksen og Øivind Fuglerud
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