Who invented the Dayaks? : historical case studies in art, material culture and ethnic identity from Borneo
Ethnie identification is known to be a significant force in directing or justifying human behaviour. However, the relationship between the ethnic identity of groups of people and the material culture assemblages they produce has been acknowledged in only diffuse terms in prehistory. In order to focus on the factors which cause changes in ethnic identification and shifts in its signification through material culture, I have chosen to study an area and time period where pressures caused by...[Show more]
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