991 results for your search

6d Read
See details
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 22: [Notes]) (London, England) (1932) , 2 page(s)
An undated, handwritten document is headed '6d read' and is written in purple pencil. The notes feature a section on the paradox of magical metaphor and were prepared to support a lecture on linguistics presented by Malinowski. The information is written on the back of blank stationery from the London School of Ec...
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 22: [Notes]) (London, England) (1932) , 2 page(s)
×
Adjectives - List
See details
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 17: Grammar: Old Notes) (London, England) (1922) , 2 page(s)
Two undated, handwritten pages list vocabulary words for a general work on grammar and are titled 'Adjectives.' However, the second page contains only one Austronesian sentence, in blue pencil.
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 17: Grammar: Old Notes) (London, England) (1922) , 2 page(s)
×
Adornment of the Dying
See details
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) (21 January 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 21.1.18. Place: Oburaku (Kiriwina). Informant: Tomwayo Lakwabulo. A brief passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J218, describes the adornment of the dying with valuables, which would be offered by the departed spirit to Topileta, the keeper of the underworld. The i...
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) (21 January 1918) , 2 page(s)
×
Afterlife, Second Death and Reincarnation
See details
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) (18 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
Date: 18.8.18. Informant: Motagoi. A passage in the Trobriand language with simultaneous English translation, numbered J180, discusses the 'second death' that the baloma, the ancestral spirits, will eventually succumb to, then to be reborn as a flesh-and-blood infant. It is written on the back of reused stationery...
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) (18 August 1918) , 2 page(s)
×
Aimé Césaire feature and interview -RFO
See details
produced by Banyan Archive (Trinidad and Tobago: Banyan Archive, 1989), 7 mins
Aimé Césaire feature and interview.
produced by Banyan Archive (Trinidad and Tobago: Banyan Archive, 1989), 7 mins
×
Alphabetic Vocab
See details
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 8: Manuscript lists of Trobriand vocabulary and linguistic notes) (London, England) (1924) , 2 page(s)
A manuscript list of Trobriand vocabulary and linguistic notes has the title 'Alphabetic Vocab' crossed out. The information is written on the back of a torn receipt for Malinowski from Dr. R.R. Stawell dated September 1917.
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 8: Manuscript lists of Trobriand vocabulary and linguistic notes) (London, England) (1924) , 2 page(s)
×
Analytic Table
See details
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) (1919) , 2 page(s)
An undated, hand-written page headed ''Analytic Table'' contains notes and a small diagram showing how Malinowski intends to explain the psychological basis for language, in support of a book on semantics and ethnolinguistics. It is written on reused stationery, the inner face of an unfolded envelope addressed to...
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) (1919) , 2 page(s)
×
Arapesh Warfare by R. F. Fortune, [February] 1939
See details
in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N102: Papua New Guinea, Folder 11: New Guinea. Arapesh, Mundugumor, and Tchambuli. Mead and Fortune field trip, 1931-33. Postfield materials. Proposed book on Mundugumor, 1973 Articles by Reo Fortune) (District of Columbia), in American Anthropologist, Jan. - March, 1939, Vol. 41 no. 1, pp 22-41 (1939), 21 page(s)
**The image(s) of the document may be omitted here because of copyright considerations** Twenty pages comprise an article from the Jan.-March 1939 issue of American Anthropologist, 'Arapesh Warfare' by Reo Fortune. He describes several unusual aspects of warfare among the Arapesh people of Papua New Guinea: that i...
in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N102: Papua New Guinea, Folder 11: New Guinea. Arapesh, Mundugumor, and Tchambuli. Mead and Fortune field trip, 1931-33. Postfield materials. Proposed book on Mundugumor, 1973 Articles by Reo Fortune) (District of Columbia), in American Anthropologist, Jan. - March, 1939, Vol. 41 no. 1, pp 22-41 (1939), 21 page(s)
×
Argument by Metaphor and Simile
See details
written by Bronisław Malinowski, 1884-1942, 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 24: Linguistics: Recent semantic studies) (London, England) (1934) , 2 page(s)
A page contains a single, typed passage with page number reference, possibly from an unspecified book by Alan Gardiner, taken down in support of a criticism of his work by Malinowski. It is written on the back of reused stationery, a partial class schedule for the Lent Term of 1933-34, probably from the London Sch...
written by Bronisław Malinowski, 1884-1942, 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 24: Linguistics: Recent semantic studies) (London, England) (1934) , 2 page(s)
×
Missionaries and the Ethical Question of Changing a Culture
See details
produced by Lucas Bessire, fl. 2004; in Asking Ayahai: An Ayoreo Story (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 8 mins
Missionary Dr. Charles Ramsey addresses the issue of whether it is ethical for outside groups to change another culture during religious missions. His group introduced the Christian rule 'thou shall not kill' to the Ayoreo, which had a major impact because a large part of Ayoreo culture was based around human sacr...
produced by Lucas Bessire, fl. 2004; in Asking Ayahai: An Ayoreo Story (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 8 mins
×

Pages