Tifa - An Asmat Drum
Belford, Troy A.
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Dobratz, Lee (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2008-05)This paper documents the effects of rapid culture transition in a culture that had few elements of change imposed upon them. It is usually very difficult to approximate causative relationships initiated by culture change, ...
The Asmat of New Guinea: a research and information website of the Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology Scriven, Jennifer L. (2008-12)At present, there are several books written on the Asmat of New Guinea, as well as many artifactual collections throughout the world, both large and small. However, this information is scattered, poorly presented, and ...
Belford, Troy A.; Martin, Jerry (2009-04-17)This is an outtake from the Lives of Our Ancestors film. It is a much longer version of the speech given in that film and contains much ethnographic information about the preparations and process of a bisj ceremony.