Be jijimo : a history according to the tradition of the Binandere people of Papua New Guinea
This thesis is about the Binandere people who speak a dialect of the Binanderean language stock. It concentrates on their oral history before and after contact with Kiawa, the Europeans. The oral sources are supplemented with documentary materials, including linguistic and archeological studies. The introduction provides essential personal and scholarly background. The reader is given sufficient biographical information to be able to answer the question, how does he know? Problems...[Show more]
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