Although an important part of Baron Pineda's ethnographical
data was collected during the early years of the autonomous governments, Shipwrecked Identities nevertheless remains a novel and fascinating analysis of identity formation, social identifi cation, and cultural hierarchies from a historical perspective.
Sigvald Linne was a professor and director of the ethnographical
museum in Stockholm, which has fine pre-Columbian collections.
Over several Autumn days in 1895, which were reserved at the exhibition for what was known as the "Moravian Day", representatives of a number of ethnographical
areas appeared in Prague and the programme presented the basics of their song and dance repertoire.
Embedded in the theoretical debate between these two theoretical approaches are methodological reflections, which emphasize that ethnographical
methods are especially appropriate for researching the social construction of gender.
He actively collected folk songs and ethnographical
materials in the Khark iv and the Poltava regions and published extensively, becoming the University's most outstanding graduate and one of the country's most respected scholars.
Accordingly, dowry chests, which had been stored in the Folk Art Museum at the beginning of her research, were all transported to other newly opened ethnographical
museums such as Mansion of Dervis Pasa or The House with Eaves (Sacakli Ev).
In the section dealing with the organisation of the caravan trade and the tortuous journey of the muleteers, Hill skilfully incorporates historical documents with data drawn from her own ethnographical
Kim Recalma-Clutesi of the Kwakwa kawkw people of Vancouver Island says the difficulty is unraveling people's belief systems from what they've learned in text, from ethnographical
material, and in the recovery centres that often use sweats, smudging and other spiritual practices of the plains people to aid in the healing process.
This collection of short ethnographical
essays by Japanese anthropologists is based on research conducted over a two year period from 1995 to 1996.
Francoise Lionnet presents a view similar to mine; for her, Dust Tracks defines "one's subjective ethnicity as mediated through language, history, and ethnographical
However, Meyer's recent study does not incorporate relevant ethnographical
material on La Rochelle or its region.
The problem with relying so heavily on anthropological and ethnographical
sources is that readers won't get the same sense of the diversity in Native American lives that they will in Berkin's six chapters on white women.