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Sepik heritage

tradition and change in Papua New Guinea

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Published by Carolina Academic Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East Sepik Province (Papua New Guinea),
  • Sandaun Province (Papua New Guinea),
  • Papua New Guinea,
  • East Sepik Province.,
  • Sandaun Province.
    • Subjects:
    • Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea -- East Sepik Province.,
    • Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea -- Sandaun Province.,
    • East Sepik Province (Papua New Guinea) -- Social life and customs.,
    • Sandaun Province (Papua New Guinea) -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographic references (p. [607]-631) and indexes.

      Statementedited by Nancy Lutkehaus ... [et al.].
      ContributionsLutkehaus, Nancy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN671.N5 S46 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 663 p. :
      Number of Pages663
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1895530M
      ISBN 100890893225
      LC Control Number90080282

      The Sepik River Crocodile Festival is a three-day cultural celebration staged annually in Ambunti, East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. The Sepik River is one of the largest rivers in the Asia-Pacific region and is home to some of the world’s largest freshwater and saltwater crocodile populations.   An area encompassing the middle and upper reaches of the Sepik River Basin is currently being considered for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List as a mixed natural and cultural heritage site. UNESCO helps countries to protect their World Heritage sites by providing technical assistance and professional training and supporting public.

      Physical Address. College Highway Southampton, MA Mailing Address. PO Box Southampton, MA List 5 reasons why it is important to know about your own cultural heritage and/or reasons to learn about the heritages of others in your community. 2 2. List special ceremonies that are unique to your culture or of the region from which your family emanates.

      John Sepik was born circa , at birth place, Pennsylvania, to Andrew Sepik and Julia Sepik. John had 2 siblings: Rudolph Sepik and one other sibling. John lived in , at address, Pennsylvania. United States World War I Draft Registrations, John Sepik Sepik definition: A river, about 1, km ( mi) long, of northern Papua New Guinea.


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sepik heritage. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, © (OCoLC) ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Outgrowth of Wenner-Gren Foundation International Symposium #95, entitled "Sepik Research Today: The Study of Sepik Culture in and for Papua New Guinea," held in Basel, Switzerland, AugustSepik Heritage.

Tradition and Change in Papua New Guinea edited by N. Lutkehaus, C. Kaufmann, W. Mitchell, D. Newton, L. Osmundsen and M. Shuster. Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NCpp., b/w illus., hard cover, ISBN Reviewed by Gâbor Vargyas Ethnographical Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Sepik Heritage: Tradition and Change in Papua New Guinea. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, pp., illustrated. In Print. Maiet, Michael & Kasir, Emil (). “The Story of One Sup Clan.” Oral History 8(2): This article presents an origin legend from the Kairiru People.

Manabe, Takashi (). 1 Nancy Lutkehaus (ed), Sepik Heritage – Tradition and Change in Papua New Guinea, ISBN Crawford House Press, Sepik heritage book, NSW. (Laurie is donating a set of volumes, once finalised, to the PNGAA Collection and will welcome any comments and contributions. Gretchen Murray Sepik transported fourth-grade students back through time by her portrayal of "Surly Sal McMurray," providing a glimpse of history that no Sepik heritage book can provide." Dennis C.

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Gilliard, E. Thomas (Ernest Thomas), LeCroy, Mary. Sepik River Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History (). Heritage is a must.” —René Redzepi, chef/owner, Noma “Few chefs express the soul of their culture through their cooking as well as Sean.

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In the PNG Chapter, stone stories feature from the Hukohah Village in Siwai of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Kunjin in Jiwaka and Kubren in Dagua, East Sepik province, and Kirota in Oro.

SEPIK RAMU ART Edited by Kevin Conru. that tranquil environment created an outstanding œuvre of art that is a truly important part of humanity’s cultural heritage. All facets of their lives, both secular and spiritual, were imbued with creativity that knew no bounds.

Lempertz is delighted to host this exhibition to mark the launch. Allen, Bryant, ‘ The Importance of Being Equal: The Colonial and Postcolonial Experience in the Toricelli Foothills ’, in Lutkehaus, Nancy et al., Sepik Heritage: Tradition and Change in Cited by: The Sepik people are ancestrally, culturally and spiritually linked to this monstrous fresh water reptile, known in Pidgin as the pukpuk.

“The crocodile features prominently in legends and rites of the Sepik people,” the old man said. “The history of the sacred bond between the crocodile and the Sepik people goes far back as the creation.

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