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Clan charts
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 2: Trobriand Islands fieldwork notebooks and notes, Folder 23: Field notes) (London, England) (1925) , 2 page(s)
Two undated handwritten pages of notes consist of a chart detailing information about the four main clans: Malasi, Lukuba, Lukwasisiga, and Lukulabuta. The information includes totem animals and plants, subclans, origins, and ranks.
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 2: Trobriand Islands fieldwork notebooks and notes, Folder 23: Field notes) (London, England) (1925) , 2 page(s)
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Classificatory: Normal Prefixes in the Language of Kiri, Trobriand Island
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 16: Linguistic material) (London, England) (1920) , 2 page(s)
An undated, handwritten page of notes on semantic theory and ethnolinguistics is headed 'Classificatory: Normal Prefixes in the Language of Kiri, Trobriand Island.' The information is written on the back of a list of sixteen Austronesian terms, not all of which are translated.
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 16: Linguistic material) (London, England) (1920) , 2 page(s)
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The Colored Labels in Gardening and Harvest
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, [Notes]) (New Haven, CT) (1925) , 13 page(s)
Thirteen typewritten pages, numbered 50 through 61, contain a discussion of the complex social interactions among the Trobriand Islanders as they fill their yam house, possibly as part of a draft of 'Coral Gardens and Their Magic.' Malinowski imagines a system in which one could observe them, with each individual...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, [Notes]) (New Haven, CT) (1925) , 13 page(s)
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The Commercial Transaction about Ka'Loma
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (20 April 1918) , 3 page(s)
Date: 20.4.18. Informant: A Vakuta informant. A Passage in the Trobriand language, numbered J317, on commercial transactions about Kaloma, or small circular discs made of red spondylus shell. The information is written on the back of reused stationery, consisting of a typewritten letter to Dr. B. Malinowski from t...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 13: Texts, manuscripts) (London, England) (20 April 1918) , 3 page(s)
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[Copies of] Definition of Term Kalilava [Synonym Ulilava], 1918
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 15: [Texts]) (London, England) (11 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 11.8.18. Place: Sinaketa (Kiriwina). Informant: Toybayoba. Two pages, both numbered 241, contain two individually typed copies of a Trobriand Islander's explanation of terms related to planting a coconut -- apparently retyped field notes. The passage in indigenous text, numbered CXLI in Roman numerals, is ty...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 15: [Texts]) (London, England) (11 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
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[Copies of] Reason for Kaytubutabu Magic
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 15: [Texts]) (London, England) (11 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 11.8.18. Informant: Toybayoba. Two typed pages contain two copies of a Trobriand Islander's explanation of a kind of magic that both protects and encourages the growth of coconuts and betel nuts. It was likely taken in the Kiriwinian village of Sinaketa, as were earlier accounts by the same informant on the...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 5: Linguistic notes and lectures, based on Trobriand Islands fieldwork, Folder 15: [Texts]) (London, England) (11 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
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[Copy of] Letterpress to Plan of Omarakana
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1923) , 4 page(s)
Four typed pages contain a numbered list of buildings -- homes, yam houses, etc. -- and their owners, apparently labels for a diagram of the layout of the village of Omarakana on Kiriwina Island, in support of a manuscript on the Trobriand Islanders. The list is written in mixed English and indigenous text -- some...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1923) , 4 page(s)
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[Copy of] Notes to Genealogical Census of Omarakana
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1917) , 5 page(s)
Five typed pages of notes have to do with relationships in the village of Omarakana, the seat of the paramount chief of the northern district of Kiriwina Island. Brief comments are numbered, but not in strict order, suggesting they refer to field notes or some other source. The notes are written in English with in...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1917) , 5 page(s)
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[Copy of] Numakala's Wives
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1923) , 4 page(s)
A green folder labeled 'Mal 138' contains three typed pages listing the 25 wives of Numakala, former paramount chief of Kiriwina seated in the village of Omarakana. The notes, written mostly in indigenous text with occasional English clarification, include information on clan and village relationships, and whether...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (Yale), of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Notes) (New Haven, CT) (1923) , 4 page(s)
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[Copy of] The Colored Labels in Gardening and Harvest
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in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 1: Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Folder 18: [Notes]) (London, England) (1925) , 13 page(s)
Thirteen pages, numbered 50 through 60, typewritten with occasional handwritten annotation, contain a discussion of the complex social interactions among the Trobriand Islanders as they fill their yam houses, possibly as part of a draft of 'Coral Gardens and Their Magic.' Malinowski imagines a system in which one...
in Bronislaw Malinowski Papers (LSE), of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Box 1: Papers relating to Malinowski's studies of the Trobriands Islands, Folder 18: [Notes]) (London, England) (1925) , 13 page(s)
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