Dancing through time : temporality and identity in a Sepik cosmology
Dancing through time is an ethnographic account of Ambonwari village, in East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. The thesis examines all those aspects of Ambonwari life-world which are crucial for people's conceptualization and recognition of their identity. This identity is focused around their concept of kay (way, habit, manner; ritual; being) and refers to embodied processes, both collective and individual. Taking into account its processual nature kay cannot be separated from...[Show more]
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