Certainly their ethnographically
thick depictions of Germans in their rural setting are in themselves not enough to differentiate Bahnwarter Thiel and Fasching from their regionally bound predecessors; in particular, the Dorfgeschichte a half-century earlier had already established the literary foregrounding of rustic spaces and their residents.
Its presence only on Ali, Seleo, and Tarawai Islands accords well with the ethnographically
documented importance of these island communities as principal middlemen in coastal exchange networks linking other island and coastal villages (Welsch and Terrell 1998).
Laura Appeli-Warren in the Preface to the Diaries also wrote that Monica's "drawings are ethnographically
With the publication of the author's previous book on the pictorial histories of ancient central Mexico, Stories in Red and Black, students of Mesoamerican civilization have anticipated a similarly synthetic, yet ethnographically
rich, account of the other major genre from this tradition.
Chapters 4 (Village on Stage), 5 (Global Village), 6 (Village for Hire) and 7 (Back to the Village) provide contemporary ethnographically
based interpretations concerned with the concept of the village--a powerful trope in Gorale culture and life.
The archaeological record indicated that Pleistocene societies were less varied than those of the later Holocene and ethnographically
documented periods, in other words, Aboriginal societies changed from simple to complex.
Although Aghaie is to be commended for having produced such an important work, by and large, however, The Martyrs of Karbala fails to offer a groundbreaking and theoretically novel historical account of the ceremonies and, in broad terms, to the subfield of Muharram studies that, so far, remains ethnographically
underdeveloped and theoretically stagnated.
While the toons played in Euro markets, "Kirikou" is virtually unknown in English-speaking territories and parts of the world where the films' ethnographically
correct, bare-breasted African women made kid-friendly distributors nervous.
s has continued to develop) and dealt extensively with the methodological and ethical issues that pertain to ethnographically
Cooley's latest book Making Music in the Polish Tatras: Tourists Ethnographers and Mountain Musicians carefully employs an oft-used ethnomusicological model wherein the subjects of music and cultural dynamism guide the ethnomusicologist who offers us a historically and ethnographically
dynamic look into the music of a particular region; in Cooley's case, the music of Southern Poland's mountains.
It is ethnographically
rich and missiologically significant, for it focuses on indigenous peoples' diverse responses to the introduction of Christianity into their cultures.
This study brings those habits of mind to the forefront and argues that an ethnographically
informed approach to preservice teacher education is potentially transformative.