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by Henri Chambert-Loir,Anthony Reid

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  • ISBN 1865087394
  • ISBN13 978-1865087399
  • Language English
  • Author Henri Chambert-Loir,Anthony Reid
  • Publisher Allen & Unwin Pty LTD (January 6, 2002)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats mobi azw mbr txt
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Anthropology
  • Size ePub 1715 kb
  • Size Fb2 1752 kb
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A collection of studies by leading scholars of Indonesian culture, history and anthropology examining the death practices and rituals of Indonesian tribal groups in the context of ongoing changes is Islam.

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National Hero of Indonesia (Indonesian: Pahlawan Nasional Indonesia) is the highest-level title . In Chambert-Loir, Henri; Reid, Anthony (ed. The Potent Dead: Ancestors, Saints and Heroes in Contemporary Indonesia. University of Hawaii Press.

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Ancestors, saints and heroes in contemporary Indonesia. and Anthony Reid and Anthony Reid. vii ix xiii xv. 1 Castrated dead: the making of un-ancestors among the Aoheng

Ancestors, saints and heroes in contemporary Indonesia. Asian Studies Association of Australia in association with ALLEN & UNWIN and. University of hawai'I press honolulu. Maps und illustrations List of contributors Preface Introduction by Henri Chambert-Loir. 1 Castrated dead: the making of un-ancestors among the Aoheng, and some considerations on death and ancestors in Borneo. 1. 2 How to hold a tiwah: the potency of the dead and deathways.

Crows Nest, NSW: Asian Studies Association of Australia in association with Allen and Unwin; Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press . Recommend this journal.

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A collection of studies by leading scholars of Indonesian culture, history and anthropology examining the death practices and rituals of Indonesian tribal groups in the context of ongoing changes is Islam. Categories: Education. ThePotentDead 10/1/02 2:36 PM Page i. ASIAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA Southeast Asia Publications Series.

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Home Henri Chambert-Loir, Anthony Reid (Contributor) The Potent Dead: Ancestors, saints and heroes in contemporary. ANTHONY REID took his BA and MA from Victoria University of Wellington, and his P. in History at Cambridge University in 1965.

Chambert-Loir, Reid, Fox, Quinn and Sakai were able to participate in this workshop, and became interested enough in the phenomenon to wish to pursue it further. Gradually the net widened to scholars working in other parts of Indonesia. Henri was able to extend it to a Francophone circle of scholars whose work is not always sufficiently appreciated by Anglophones. We are grateful especially to those who were willing to contribute to the volume despite not having been part of the initial excitement.

the making of unancestors among the Aoheng and some considerations on death and ancestors in Borneo. the potency of the dead and deathways among Ngaju Dayaks. 17. 3 Witnessing the creation of ancestors in Laboya. 32. 4 Reciprocity death and the regeneration of life and plants in Nusa Penida. 48. the care of the ancestors in Tana Toraja.

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