A Trobriand/Massim Bibliography Seventh Edition: July 2011 Allan C. Darrah Jay B. Crain The DEPTH Project: Department of Anthropology CSUS, CW Abel, C Abel, DC Abbott

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Content: 1 A Trobriand/Massim Bibliography Seventh Edition: July 2011 Allan C. Darrah Jay B. Crain The DEPTH Project: Department of Anthropology CSUS
In 1965 Crain created the first Trobriand Bibliography which was updated in 1993 by Gardener and Darrah and expanded to include materials from other islands in the Massim. The 1995 edition was compiled by Darrah with the help of Claire Chiu and the members of the Trobriand Seminar at CSUS. In 1999 and again in 2000 Darrah was responsible for the updates. Darrah and Crain have completed this 2011 update. This bibliography is very much a work in progress, containing a few incomplete citations and no doubt many errors. Anyone who would like to make additions or corrections should contact Darrah [email protected] or Crain [email protected]
Criteria for inclusion of materials has been flexible in terms of both geography and subject matter. The geographic focus has always been the Trobriand Islands and neighboring societies associated with the kula; however, there are also items which focus on Milne Bay Province and Papua New Guinea. Even though there have been no limitations for inclusion based on subject matter the main thrust has been ethnography. One major exception to the geographic criteria has been made; works by and about major Massim scholars, which contain little or no information about the Massim, are included. The compilers wish to acknowledge major contributions made by Macintyre (1983) and more recently Hide (2000) and most especially the superb PNG bibliography of Terrance Hays (http://www.papuaweb.org/bib/hays/ng/index.html.) Important contributions were also made by Leach, J. (1978), Firth (1957), Glass (1991), and Kuehling (1998). Certain idiosyncratic mark-up conventions have been employed to assist members of the Depth Project. Works which are part of the DEPTH's collections have their date of publication underlined while works which have been digitized and are currently part of the DEPTH database have their date of publication in bold. An [E] symbol, next to the author's name, indicates that the text was chosen by Annette Weiner for inclusion in eHRAF database.
Abel, C.W. 1902 Abel, Cecil 1967
Savage Life in New Guinea: the Papuian in Many Moods. London Missionary Society. Sorcery and power: a Papuan approach. Manuscript. Waigani
Abbott, Douglas Charles. 1984 Anglican Mission Education in Papua New Guinea 1891-1972 [D. Theology Dissertation]. Sydney: Australian College of Theology;. [xi], xiv, 507, [6], [19], [2], [2],
2 [2], [1], [2], [2], [2], [1], [4], [2], [2], [1], [1], [3], [1], [1], [1], [1], [2], [2], [1], [1], [2], [6], [1] pp. + 18 Maps + 19 Tables. Note: [from lit & archives: Massim, Northeast Papua].
Adam, Leonard. 1946 Comments on Some Recent Contributions to the Prehistory of New Guinea. Mankind 3: 252-258. Note: [from lit: Atemble, Massim, Hagen].
Aerts, Theodor. 1983 Melanesian Gods. Bikmaus 4(2): 1-54. Note: [from lit: Numfoor, Windesi, Tor, Mimika, Marind-anim, Ulau Suwein, Telefomin, Arapesh, Schouten Is, Kewa, Huli, Kiwai, Orokolo, Elema, Karkar I, Kai, Jabem, Bukawa, Motu, Orokaiva, Binandere, Massim, Trobriand Is, Rossel I].
Aerts, Theodor. 1984 Christian Art from Melanesia. Bikmaus 5(1): 47-83. Note: [from lit: Asmat, Sepik, Sogeri, Trobriand Is, Yule I, Ambunti, Washkuk, Arisili, Port Moresby].
Affleck, Donald A. 1971 Mura or Woodlark Island: A Study of European- Muruan Contact to 1942. [B.A. (Hons.) Thesis]. Canberra: Australian National University. xxi, 101, [38] pp. Note: [from lit & archives: Murua].
Affleck, D. 1981 "Catalogue of the Civic Museum Collection, Milan, Italy: a translation", paper presented to the 2nd Kula Conference, Charlottsville, Virginia,
Affleck, Donald A. 1983a "Manuscript XVIII - 'Information on Customs and Practices of the People of Woodlark Island,' a Translation of 'Ragguagli sugli usi e costumi del popolo Woodlarkese' by the Father Carlo Salerio, P.I.M.E., with notes by David Lithgow." Journal of Pacific History Vol. 18(1): 57-72.
Affleck, Donald A. 1983b "Movement of Canoes at Guasopa, October, 1847, to April, 1848, from the Journal of Bishop Jean Georges Collomb." Journal of Pacific History 18(2):132133. (see Liep 1983)
Ahab, M. 1974 "Fishing in the Trobriand Islands." Oral History 2:40-42.
Aitken, I. 1985
Scientific Medicine and Traditional Healing in Papua New Guinea- Pragmatic Perspectives. In Jilek, W. Ed Traditional Medicine and Primary Health Care in Papua New Guinea. Port Moresby: University of Papua New Guinea Press.
3 Allen, Michael R. 1967 Male Cults and Secret Initiations in Melanesia. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press ix, 140 pp. Note: [from lit: Kamano, Fore, Siane, Chimbu, Kuma, Enga, Mbowamb, Kyaka, Mendi, Huli, Kwoma, Abelam, Atapesh, Iatmul, Wogeo, Manam, Tchambuli, Mundugumor, Ngaing, Mailu, Orokaiva, Koko, Koita, Mekeo, Roro, Mafulu, Trobriand Is, Busama, Rossel I, Dobu, Wagawaga, Tubetube, Wamira, Wedau]. Allen, Michael R. 1984 Elders, Chiefs, and Big Men: Authority Legitimation and Political Evolution in Melanesia. American Ethnologist 11: 20-41. Note: [from lit: Benabena, Ngaing, Busama, Trobriand Is, Avatip, Ilahita Arapesh, Gahuku, Chimbu, Mae Enga, Mailu, Wogeo, Mekeo, Roro, Kwoma, Koriki, Hagen, Koita, Mafulu, Abelam, Iatmul, Huli]. Allen, Sarrah-Jane 1988 "Welcome to the Islands of Love, A Modern Look at the `Trobriands'". South Pacific 1:3 53-57 Allied Geographical Section 1942 Terrain Study No. 23: Area Study of D'Entrecasteaux and Trobriand Islands. Oct:33-49 plus maps Ambesi, Alberto Cesare. 1966 Arte dell' Oceania. Milan: Fratelli Fabbri Editore 159 pp. Note: [from museum colls: Ayajo vill (? Humboldt Bay), Ifar vill, Asmat, Tambunum, Middle Sepik, Mandanan vill, Kambrambo, Ramu V, Maprik, Papuan Gulf, Trobriand Is, D'Entrecasteaux Is, Orokolo]. Ambesi, Alberto Cesare. Montgomery, Rachel, Translator. 1970 Oceanic Art. London: The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited;. 159 pp. Note: [from museum colls: Ayajo vill (? Humboldt Bay), Ifar vill, Asmat, Tambunum, Middle Sepik, Mandanan vill, Kambrambo, Ramu V, Maprik, Papuan Gulf, Trobriand Is, D'Entrecasteaux Is, Orokolo]. Anang, J.K. Bangie, G. Eremu and E. Kuli 1988 "Food Situation in the Trobriand Group of Islands, Losuia District, Milne Bay Province Alotau". Department of Milne Bay Anderson, I. 1922 Review: Argonauts of the Western Pacific. New York Times Book Review, Oct. 29, p. 10.
4 Andrew, Rev. J.R. 1940 "Changes in Papuan Social Life". Summary of a lecture given to Anthropological Society of South Australia, 28th, August 1939
Anonymous 1857 "Massacre at Woodlark Island of crew and passengers of brig `Gazelle"". New South Wales: s.n.
Anonymous 1893 "Trobriand Island Women." American Anthropologist, Old Series 6 (70).
Anonymous 1906 Annual Report on British New Guinea, 1905. Government Printer For the State of Victoria.
Anonymous 1904 British New Guinea. The parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia. Papua Spiritious Liquors.
Anonymous 1918 Native Hospitals, Papua Annual Report for 1917-18
Anonymous 1922a Review: Argonauts of the Western Pacific by B. Malinowski. Boston Transcript, October 28, p.5.
Anonymous 1922b Review: Argonauts of the Western Pacific by B. Malinowski. New York World, 22 Oct.
Anonymous 1922c Review: Argonauts of the Western Pacific by B. Malinowski. Booklist, Vol. 19, Dec.
Anonymous 1922d Review: Argonauts of the Western Pacific by B. Malinowski. Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art, London, No.134, Sept. 2, p. 353.
Anonymous 1943
Professor Bronislaw Malinowski, an account of the memorial meeting held at the Royal institution in London on July 13th 1942. Association of Polish University Professors and Lecturers in Great Britain. London, Oxford University Press
Anonymous 1960a "Special Report: The Kula Today." Papuan Times, Port Moresby, May 6, p.14.
5 Anonymous 1960b "My View of the Kula Today". Post Courier, Vol II, No 3, May 2. Port Moresby p. 26 Anonymous 1965 The Challenge of the Trobriands Islands. The Catholic Weekly, July 22, pp 16 &
Anonymous
1969a Communities Around the World. The Trobriand Islanders. Teacher's Resource
Unit. Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Project Social Studies
Curriculum
Center. 179 p.; Revised edition
Anonymous 1969b Pacific Poetry: Texts in Translation. Honolulu
Anonymous 1971a Kula: Argonauts of the Western Pacific". Nippon Television Network p17 Script of Documentary[see 1971b]
Anonymous 1971b Kula-Argonauts of the Western Pacific (67 min) Yascko Ichioka for Nippon A-V, Tokyo, Japan [J. Leach gives date of 1972]
Anonymous 1971c Kama wosi music in the Trobriand Islands. Boroko, Papua New Guinea : Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, 1 videocassette (48 min.) 1/2 in. Fromat
Anonymous 1980
The Trobriands, Islands of Women. 1980 1982. 1 videocassette (VHS) (50 min.): sd., col. ; 1/2 in. Gift to Hamilton College Dept. of Anthropology. Duncan Carse. Producer, Junichi Ushiyama; director, Vasuko Ichioka.
Anonymous 1981 "Milne Bay development programme" Milne Bay Rural Development Study. Papua New Guinea
Anonymous 1986 Papua New Guinea Department of Health National Health Plan, 1986-1990. Port Moresby: Government Printer
Anonymous 1988 "Welcome to the Islands of Love". South Pacific Magazine 1 (3): 53-7
Anonymous 1989 "Getting into Full Swing for the Yam Festival in Trobriands". Niugini Nius 27, 10
6 July: 1,7
Anonymous 1990a `Trobriand Islanders; Papua New Guinea". The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Mankind, pp1786-88
Anonymous 1993 In The South Seas, Linfield N.S.W. viedocassette, Canbera National Film Board
Anonymous 1994 The Last Magician. Video Recording 51 min , Linfield, NSW Film Australia
Anonymous 1997 Dr. Ruth in the Trobriands, Papua New Guinea's Islands of Love. www.mungopark.com
Anonymous 1998 "Women of the World". Marie Claire, January, p45-49
Anonymous 1999 "Kula: Masters of the Art of Giving". Conscious Living, Perth, March/April p4952
Anonymous 1999 "No sex please, We're Aussie Filmmakers. Sydney Mourning News, April 8th
Anonymous n.a. Anonymous n.a.
"Valaosi: A Copper Panel" [no information of publication internal evidence indicates that this article may have appeared in GIGIBORI after Vol II] pp1-3 Film Log: Notes on Footage
Argall, Dennis W. 1963 Leadership and Social Change in New Guinea [B.A. (Hons.) Thesis]. Sydney: University of Sydney 128 pp. Note: [from lit: Trobriand Is, Wogeo, Purari Delta, Elema, Abelam, KUJF, Enga, Gahuku-Gama, Kyaka Enga, Iatmul, Chimbu, Huli, Benabena, Garia, Orokaiva, Ngarawapum, Mendi, Siane, Mbowamb, Orokolo].
Armit, William E. 1885 Notes on the Philology of the Islands Adjacent to the South Eastern Extremity of New Guinea. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 2: 2-11. Note: [explor 1870-1872: Southeast Papua, Milne Bay, Massim].
Armstrong, W.E. 1922 Report on Anthropology of South-Eastern Division (excluding Woodlark Is.), Engineer Group, Bosilai, East Cape, Normanby Is. (South Coast), Fergusson Is.
7 (Morima). Annual Report 1921-22 pp 26-30
Armstrong, W. E. 1923 Anthropology of South Eastern Division (excluding Woodlark Island) Engineer Group, East Cape, Normanby Island (South Coast) and of Morima, Fergusson Island. Anthropological Report No. 2, Territory of Papua, Sydney: Patten Bros. P1-36
Armstrong, W. E. 1924 "Rossel Island money: A Unique Monetary System." In The Economic Journal 34:423-29.
Armstrong, W. E. 1924 "Rossel Island Religion" Anthropos ??
Armstrong, W. E. 1928 Rossel Island: An Ethnological Study. London: Cambridge University Press.
Arnold, John K.
1923-26
Diaries and papers. Microfilm PMB 628 Sydney: Pacific Manuscript
Bureau - Guide to Papua New Guinea Records Project.
Arnold, John K.
1926 Dobuan vocabulary. With a letter from J. W. Dixon. Microfilm MOM 291,5n/c.
Sydney: Methodist Overseas Mission Records.
Arnold, John K. 1931 A grammar of the language of Edugaura. Port Moresby: Government Printer.
Art Gallery of New South Wales. n.d. Aboriginal and Melanesian Art. n.p.: Art Gallery of New South Wales; 55, [1] pp. + Endpaper Illustrations. Note: [exhibition: Trobriand Is, Porebada, Namau, Tami I, Long I, Kandep, Kainantu, Ramu R, Murik, Porapora, Angoram, Kambot, Wom, Biwat, Yuat R, Dimiri, Kambrindo, Kunduonum, Tambanum, Kamangowi, Timbunke, Kimindibit, Kanganaman, Yenchan, Korogo, Yarrangai, Chambri, Aibom, Japanaut, Jama, Pagwi, Iatmul, Kwoma, Frieda R, Abelam, Karowari R, Blackwater R, Korosemeri R, Anganmoi, Bahinemo, Mendi, Tari, Pangia, Nipa, Henganofi, Goroka, Okapa, Chimbu, Chuave, Lufa, Benabena, Gumine, Yaveyufa, Wonenara, Marawaka, Gadsup, Tairora, Elembari, Kundiawa, Laiagam, Wabag, Porgera, Wapenamanda, Hagen, Tambul, Nondugl, Kopiago, Hewa].
Art Institute of Chicago. 1960 Primitive Art from Chicago Collections. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago;. [52] pp. Note: [exhibition: Sepik, Asmat, Trobriand Is].
8 Arts Council of Great Britain, Scottish Committee. n.d. Primitive Arts of the South Seas. Edinburgh: Arts Council of Great Britain, Scottish Committee 32 pp. + 4 pp. Plates. Note: [exhibition: Massim, Papuan Gulf, Sepik, Trobriand Is, Tami I, Torres Strait, Purari Delta, Southeast Papua, Geelvink Bay]. Arthur, Anthony 1987 Bushmasters. America's Jungle Warriors of World War II, St. Martin's Press, New York. pp270 Atchison, Martin B. n.d. A summary of Dobuan culture today. Manuscript. Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics Atkinson, Leicester; Chester, Ian C.; Smyth, Frank G.; Seldam, Rolf E. J. ten. 1964 Oral Cancer in New Guinea: A Study in Demography and Etiology. Cancer.; 17: 1289-1298. Note: [1958-1963: Mt Hagen, Menyamya, Mendi, Trobriand Is, Wewak, Madang]. Aumann, Georg. 1986 Kunst und Kunsthandwerk aus Neuguinea: Die Neuguinea-Sammlung des NaturMuseums Coburg. Coburg: Natur-Museum Coburg 196 pp. (Sonderband der Schriftenreihe; v. 4). Note: [exhibition: Timbunke, But, Sepik, Middle Sepik, Lower Sepik, Karau, Medan, Mindimbit, Asmat, Maprik, Yama, Washkuk, Upper Korewori, Korosemeri, Romkom (Guam R), Aibom, Tarawai, Ramu mouth, Ino I, Chambri, Wapo Creek, Era R, Papuan Gulf, Maipua, Yentschemangua, Kanganaman, Warapu, Moshu I, Cayenne, Tschepandai, Purari Delta, Massim, Lumi, Waria R, Karkar I, Aibom, Kambot, Elema, Berlinhafen, Huon Peninsula (Sommalni), Baliem V, Finschhafen, Fly R, Potsdamhafen, Arup, Mambera R, Dagua (Sepik coast), Ulalib R, Herzogsee, Boari (north coast), Tallaria, Hercules R, Tami, Long I, Rook I, Bukaua, Tsingarin, April R, Mt Hagen, Muschu I, Kairiru I, Lower Ramu, Gira R, Dregerhafen (Huon Gulf), Iar I, Kauba, Sinbang, Awar, Tumleo, Krissi, Palimba, Brieng, Jessop, Bogadim, Bogadjin, Nubia, Mangolam, Awatib, Wogumasch, Kambringi, Ali I, Biti-Biti (Astrolabe Bay), Koroko, Eitape, Angoram, Tschessbandai, Kareite (Berlinhafen), Mirkuk, Massai, Koga-Koga, Bogia]. Austen, Leo [E] 1934-5 "Procreation among the Trobriand Islanders." Oceania 5: 102-113. Austen, Leo 1935 Correspondence. Oceania 5: 370. Note: [admin: Trobriand Is]. Austen, Leo [E] 1936 "Trobriand Islands of Papua." The Australian Geographer v3:n2 10-22. Austen, Leo [E] 1938-9 "The Seasonal Gardening Calendar of Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands." Oceania 9:
9 3 p237-253.
Austen, Leo 1939-40 "Megalithic Structures in the Trobriand Islands." Oceania 10: 30-53.
Austen, Leo [E] 1940 "Botabalu: a Trobriand chieftainess." Mankind 2:8 270- 273.
Austen, Leo 1941 "Applied Anthropology in the Trobriand Islands. A Summary." Mankind 3: 67.
Austen, Leo [E] 1945a "Cultural Changes in Kiriwina." Oceania 16: 15-60.
Austen, Leo [E] 1945b "Native Handicrafts in the Trobriand Islands." Mankind 3:7 193-198.
Austen, Leo 1947 Devastation in New Guinea. Monthly Notes 1(8): 1-3. Note: [admin: Kiriwina, general NG].
Austen, Leo 1950 "A Note on Dr. Leach's 'Primitive Calendars.'" Oceania 20: 333-335.
Australian National University Department of Anthropology and Sociology 1968 "Milne Bay": In An Ethnographic Bibliographic of New Guinea 2:63-69
Australian New Guinea Administrative Unit War Diary
1942-5
File 1/10/1 Australian War Memorial Archives, Canberra
Australasian Methodist Missionary Review 1894-1949 Methodist Overseas Mission, Sydney [also the The Missionary Review after 1945]
Baak, C., Bakker, M., and van der Meij, D (eds) 1995 Tales from ad Concave World. Liber Amicorum Bert Voorhoese. Leiden: Projects Division, Department of Languages and Cultures of South-East Asia and Oceania, Leiden University
Baal, J. van. 1975
Reciprocity. In: Baal, J. van. Reciprocity and the Position of Women: Anthropological Papers. Assen: Van Gorcum & Comp. B.V: 11-69. Note: [admin from lit: Trobriand Is].
Baker, R. 1983 Freie Liebe. Rastatt: Mowig Playboy Taschenbuch
10 Baker, Victoria J. 1987 Pitching a Tent in the Native Village: Malinowski and participant observation. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 143: 14-24. Bakewell, Lisa 1998 "Image Acts". American Anthropologist, March, v99 n1 p22 Baldwin, Bernard 1939 A Letter from the Trobriand Islands. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. June 1. P196 Baldwin, Bernard 1940 10,000 Natives Want Their Own Books. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. March 1, pp85-86 Baldwin, Bernard 1940 A Papuan King. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. July 1, pp232-33. Baldwin, B. [E] 1945 "Usituma! Song of Heaven." Oceania 15: 201-238. Baldwin, Bernard 1947 Marriage in Boyowa. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. June 1, pp181-183 Baldwin, Bernard 1949 Papuan Portraits: Isikwadewa. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. October 1, pp149-150 Baldwin, Bernard 1950 Mosulubogi, Potato Mystic. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. May 1, pp135-36 Baldwin, B. 1950 "Kadaguwai: Songs of the Trobriand Sunset Isles." Oceania 20: 263-285. Baldwin, Bernard 1951 Letting you Know... the Trobriands. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, March 1, pp80-81 Baldwin, Bernard 1953 Mosasoka.....Sorcerer? The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, July 1, pp. 176-179
11 Baldwin, Bernard 1962 The Two Brothers. The Annals of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. May 1, pp15052
Baldwin, Bernard 1964 No Elopement! A Romance of the South Seas. The Annals, Jan. 1, pp24-26
Baldwin, Bernard 1964 Papuan Portraits: Bomatu. The AnnalsMay 1, pp150-54
Baldwin, Bernard 1968 Tomaloi. Annals, Jan/Feb pp26
Baldwin, B. 1971 Dokinikani: Cannibal Tales of the Wild Western Pacific. Unpublished manuscript 391 p. April 1971 Pacific Manuscript Bureau reel 10031
Baldwin, Bernard 1982 Trobriand Legends: Biniyala and the Python. Annals Australia. Jan/Feb pp38-39
Baldwin, Bernard & Daniel Monsiuwa 1982 Trobriand Legends: Kaimagu- The Mud Crab, and the Touchy Cannibals. Annals Australia. April, pp40-41
Baldwin, Bernard & Daniel Monsiuwa 1982 Trobriand Legends: Migiyaweda- The Flying Fox Man. Annals Australia. June pp22-23
Baldwin, Bernard. 1991 Traditional and Cultural Aspects of Trobriand Island Chiefs, with an Editorial Introduction by Michael W. Young and a Note on Language by Linus Digim'Rina. Canberra Anthropology. 14(1): 67-87.
Baldwin, B. n.d.
"Traditional and Cultural Aspects of Trobriand chiefs." Unpublished manuscript, Institute of Pacific Studies, Australian National University. 12 pp. (See Baldwin 1991)
Baldwin, B. n.d "Biga Boyowa. A notational study of the Trobriand Language" Unpublished manuscript, Pacific Manuscript Bureau Reel 41
Baldwin, B. n.d. "The Vocabulary of Biga Boyowa". Unpublished manuscript, Pacific Manuscript Bureau, Reel 63
12 Baldwin, B. n.d. Preservation and Development of the Papuan Native. Unpublished manuscript. Baldwin, James A. 1978 Pig Rearing vs. Pig Breeding in New Guinea. Anthropological Journal of Canada. 16(3): 27-37. Note: [fw: Gogodala, Huli, Suki, Kamula, Torres Strait; from lit: Madik, Kaowerawedj, Tor, Asmat, Ok Sibil, Baktaman, Miyanmin, Umeda, Kwoma, Sanio, Gadio Enga, Arapesh, Ayom, Maring, Tangu, Etoro, Keraki, Kiwai, Elema, Kukukuku, Orokaiva, Mailu I, Goodenough I, Trobriand Is, Siassi, Waropen, Kapauku, Moni, Grand Valley Dani, Mae Enga, Melpa, Kuma, Chimbu, Gururumba, Gawa, Aroma]. Baltimore Museum of Art. 1956 The Alan Wurtzberger Collection of Oceanic Art: January 7 to March 4, 1956. Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art. 40 pp. Note: [exhibition: Mundugumor, Tchambuli, Abelam, Dutch NG, Huon Gulf, Massim, Tami I, TS, Papuan Gulf, Fly R, Trobriand Is]. Barbier, Jean Paul. 1977 Indonйsie et Mйlanйsie: Art tribal et cultures archaпques des Mers du Sud. Genиve: Collection Barbier- Mьller 117 pp. Note: [exhibition: Geelvink Bay, Sentani, Merat I (Humboldt Bay), Abelam, Mundugumor, Iatmul, October R, Bilibil, Tami Is, Massim, D'Entrecasteaux Is, Namau, Torres Strait, Turama R, Era R]. Barker, John. 1992 Christianity in Western Melanesian Ethnography. In: Carrier, James G., Editor. History and Tradition in Melanesian Anthropology. Berkeley: University of California Press 144-173. (Studies in Melanesian Anthropology; v. 10). Note: [fw Maisin and from lit: incls Mailu, Iatmul, Tangu, Tauade, Busama, Namau, Wamira, Southern Madang, Trobriand Is, Karkar I, Gawa, Gahuku, Kaluli, Orokaiva, Kragur, Ilahita Arapesh, Orokolo, Vailala, Bwaidoga]. Barlow, Kathleen 1993 Review: Kitawa: A linguistic and Aesthetic Analysis of Visual Art in Melanesia. By Giancarlo Scoditti, American Ethnologist Aug. V20 n3 p685 Barnes, Hazel E. 1979 "Reflections on Myth and Magic". Fuller, Timothy (ed.). Something of Great Constancy: Essays in Honor of the Memory of J. Glenn Gray, 1913-1977. Colorado Springs : Colorado Coll., xi, 198 pp. Barnes, Ruth 1990 Review: Cloth and Human Experience. By Annette Weiner. Man: Dec V25, N4 p739
13 Barnett, Lynn Elizabeth. 1969 Concepts of the Person in Some New Guinea Societies [M.Phil. Thesis]. London: University of London. 239 pp. Note: [from lit: Mt Arapesh, Trobriand Is].
Barrau, Jacques. 1968 L'humide et le sec: An Essay on Ethnobiological Adaptation to Contrastive Environments in the Indo-Pacific Area. Reprinted in: Vayda, Andrew P., Editor. Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific: An Anthropological Reader. Garden City: Natural History Press; pp. 113-132. Note: [fw: Baliem V; from lit: Trobriand Is, Dobu, Buang].
Barton, F.R. 1908 Annual Report of Papua, 1907. Government of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Barton, F.R. 1910
"The Annual Trading Expedition to the Papuan Gulf." In The Melanesians of British New Guinea, edited by C.G. Seligmann. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press..
Barton, F.R. 1917 "The Spirits of the Dead in the Trobriand Islands." Man 17-18: 109-110.
Barton, F. R. 1918 Tattooing in South-Eastern New Guinea. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 48: 22-79 + Plates II-XV. Note: [admin: Waima, Motu, Aroma, Mailu, Mekeo, So. Massim, Pokao, Hula, Sinaugolo, Bonabona, Daui, Cape Vogel, Collingwood Bay, Cape Nelson].
Barton, F.R. 1922 "Review of B. Malinowski, Argonauts of the Western Pacific.", Man, Article 110, Vol.XXII, December, pp. 189-190.
Bascom, William 1983 "Malinowski's Contributions to the Study of Folklore". Folklore, Journal of Folklore Society, West Sussex, England. 94:2, 163-172.
Batkin, Jonathan. 1981 Ritual, Power and Function: Oceanic Art of the Sepik River and Papuan Gulf. n.p.: Oklahoma Museum of Art. 40 pp. Note: [exhibition: Karowari R, Wokam (Ramu), Elema, Papuan Gulf, Goaribari I, Urama I, Suagup, Telefomin, Trobriand Is, Iatmul, Lower Sepik, Northeast NG, Yenchan, Malinge, Yenchamangua, Kandangai, Middle Sepik, Era R, Ramu R, Maprik, Maprilam Arapesh, Blackwater R, Injay Karowari, Wogumas, Suapmen-Indubu. Timboli Sawos, Bahinemo, Alamblak, Kambot, Yambun, Keram R, April R, Bogia, Sisimangum (Ramu), Potsdamhafen, Wosera, Kaugia Abelam, May R Iwam, Green R].
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166 from a Concave World. Liber Amicorum Bert Voorhoeve. Pp480-510. Leiden: Projects Division, department of Languages and Cultures of South East Asia and Oceania, Leiden University. Senft, Gunter. 1995b Ain't Misbehavin'? Trobriand Pragmatics and the Field Researcher's Opportunity to Put His (or Her) Foot in It. Oceanic Linguistics. 34(1): 211-226. Note: [fw 19821983, 1989, 1992, 1993 (23 mos): Tauwema vill Trobriand Is]. Senft, Gunter. 1995c "Crime and Custom ..." auf den Trobriand Inseln: Der Fall Tokurasi. Anthropos. 90: 17-25. Note: [fw 1982-1983, 1989, 1992, 1993 (23 mos): Trobriand Is]. Senft, Gunter. 1996a Classificatory Particles in Kilivila. Oxford: Oxford University Press; xvii, 377 pp. (Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics). Note: [fw 1982-1983 (15 mos), 1989 (4 mos): Tauwema Kilivila]. Senft, Gunter. 1996b Past is Present -- Present Is Past: Time and the Harvest Rituals on the Trobriand Islands. Anthropos. 91: 381-389. Note: [fw 23 mos: Kilivila]. Senft, Gunter. 1996c Review: Topics in the Description of Kiriwina. By Ralph Lawton; ed, by Malcolm Ross and Janet Ezard, Language and Linguistics in Melanesia, Vol. 27, pp 189-196 Senft, Gunter. 1997 Magic, Missionaries and Relgion: Some Observations from the Trobriand Islands. In: Otto, Ton; Borsboom, Ad, Editors. Cultural Dynamics of Religious Change in Oceania. Leiden: KITLV Press; 45-58. (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde; v. 176). Note: [fw 1982, 1983, 1989, 1992 (22 mos): Kaileuna Trobriand Is]. Senft, Gunter, Editor. 1997 Referring to Space: Studies in Austronesian and Papuan Languages. Oxford: Clarendon Press; x, 324 pp. (Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics; v. 11). Senft, Gunter. 1997 Magical Conversation on the Trobriand Islands. Anthropos. 92: 369-391. Senft, Gunter. 1998a Body and Mind in the Trobriand Islands. Ethos. 26: 73-104. Senft, Gunter. 1998b "Noble Savages" and the "Islands of Love": Trobriand Islanders in "Popular Publications". In: Wassmann, Jьrg, Editor. Pacific Answers to Western Hegemony: Cultural Practices of Identity Construction. Oxford: Berg; 119-140. (Explorations in Anthropology).
167 Senft, Gunter. 1999a The Presentation of Self in Touristic Encounters: A Case Study from the Trobriand Islands. Anthropos. 94: 21-33. Senft, Gunter. 1999b Enter and Exit in Kilivila. Studies in Language. 23: 1-23. Senft, Gunter. 1999c Bronislaw Kasper Malinowski. In J. Verschueren, J. O. Ostman, J. Blommaert, and C. Bulcaen (eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics, Amsterdam: Bengamins Senft, Gunter. 2000 "Come" and "Go" in Kilivila. In: Palmer, Bill; Geraghty, Paul, Editors. SICOL: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics: Vol. 2. Historical and Descriptive Studies. Canberra: Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Pacific Linguistics; 105-136. (Pacific Linguistics; v. 505). Senft, Gunter. 2001a Frames of Spatial Reference in Kilivila. Studies in Language. 25: 521-555. Senft, Gunter. 2001b "Kevalikuliku": Earthquake Magic form the Trobriand Islands (for Unshakeables). In: Pawley, Andrew; Ross, Malcolm; Tryon, Darrell, Editors. The Boy from Bundaberg: Studies in Melanesian Linguistics in Honour of Tom Dutton. Canberra: Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Pacific Linguistics; 261-300. (Pacific Linguistics; v. 514). Senft, Gunter. 2001c Review: Malinowski's Kiriwina: Fieldwork Photography 1915-1918 by Michael Young. Paideuma, Vol. 47 pp 260-263 Senft, Gunter. 2001d Das Prasentieren des Forschers im Felde: Eine Einfuhrung auf den Trobriand Insein. In C. Sutterlin, and F.S. Salter (eds.) Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeldt: Zu Person und Werk, Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag. Frnakfurt am Main: Peter Lang pp. 188197 Senft, Gunter. 2002 Feldforschung in einer deutschen Fabrikorder: Trobriand ist uberall. In H. Fischer (ed.), Feldforschungen. Erfahrungsberichte zur Einfuhring. Berlin: reimer, pp. 207226 Senft, Gunter. 2003 Wosi Milamala: weisen von Liebe und Tod auf den Trobriand Inseln. In Bobrowski (ed.), Anabasis: Prace Ofiarowane Professor Krystynie Pisarkowej. Krakow: Lexis pp. 289-295
168 Senft, Gunter. 2004a Aspects of spatial deixis in Kilivila. In G. Senft (ed.). Dexis and demonstratives in Oceanic languages, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, pp. 59-80 Senft, Gunter. 2004b Wosi tauwau topaisewa- songs about migrant workers from the Trobriand Islands. In A. Graumann (ed.) Towards a dynamic theory of language. Festschrift for Wolfgang Wildgen on ocassion of his 60th virthday, Bochum: Universitatsverlag Dr. Brockmeyer pp 229-241 Senft, Gunter. 2005a Review: Malinowski: Odyssey of an Anthropologist 1884-1920 by Michael Young. Oceania, Vol. 75, No. 3 p. 302 Senft, Gunter. 2005b Review: The Art of The Kula by Shirley Campbell. Anthropos, 100, pp247-249 Senft, Gunter. 2005c Bronislaw Malinowski and linguistic pragmatics. In P. Cap (ed.) Pragmatics Today. Franfurt am Main:Lang. Pp 139-155 Senft, Gunter. 2006a A biography in the strict sense of the term [review of the book Malinowski: Odyssee of an Anthropologists]. Journal of Pragmatics, Vol. 38, No. 4 pp 610-637 Senft, Gunter. 2006b Prolegomena to Kilivila grammar of space. In S.C. Levinson and D.P. Wilkins (eds.) Grammars of Space: explorations in cognitive diversity Cambridge: Combridge University Press pp 2-6-229 Senft, Gunter. 2007 Reference and `reference dangereuse' to persons in Kilivila: An Overview and a case study. In N. Enfield, and T. Stivers (eds.) Person reference in interaction: Linguistic, cultural, and social perspectives. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp 309-337 Senft, Gunter. 2008a Event conceptualization and event report in serial verb constructions in Kilivila: towards a new approach to research an old phenomenon. In G. Senft (ed.) Cultural Styles of Knowledge Transmission: Essays in honour of Ad Borsboom, Amsterdam: Aksant, pp 139-155 Senft, Gunter. 2008b Landscape Terms and Place Names in the Trobriands---The Kail'una Subset. Language and Science, Vol. 30, pp 340-61 Senft, Gunter. 2008c The case: The Trobriand Islanders vs H.P. Grice: Kilivila and the Gricean maxims of quality and manner. Anthropos, Vol. 103, pp. 139-147
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201 1966 - May 1967, Aug 1967, Jan-Apr 1968, June 1968 (13 mos): Kalauna, Goodenough I; May-July 1967, May-June 1968 (5 mos): Bwaidoga, Goodneough I]. Young, Michael W. 1971b "Goodenough Island Cargo Cults". Oceania 42:42-57 Young, Michael W. 1972 "The Trobriand Islands." In Peoples of the World, Vol. 1, Australia and Melanesia, (ed.) E.E. Evans-Pritchard, 100-105. Verona: Tom Stacey and Europa Verlag. Young, Michael W. 1973 Trobriand Islanders. In: Forge, Anthony, Volume Editor. Australia and Melanesia (including New Guinea). n.p.: The Danbury Press; 100-105. (Peoples of the Earth; v. 1). Young, Michael W. 1974 Private Sanctions and Public Ideology: Some Aspects of Self-help in Kalauna, Goodenough Island. In: Epstein, A. L., Editor. Contention and Dispute: Aspects of Law and Social Control in Melanesia. Canberra: Australian National University Press; 40-66. Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1977a Doctor Bromilow and the Bwaidoka Wars. Journal of Pacific History.; 12: 130153. Note: [fw & from lit: Goodenough I, Fergusson I]. Young, Michael W. 1977b "Bursting with Laughter: Obscenity, Values and Sexual Control in a Massim Society". Canberra Anthropology 1:75-87 Young, Michael W., Editor. 1979a The Ethnography of Malinowski: The Trobriand Islands 1915-18. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd; ix, 254 pp. + Plates. Note: [Malinowski fw: Trobriand Is]. Young, Michael W. 1979b Introduction. In: Young, Michael W., Editor. The Ethnography of Malinowski: The Trobriand Islands 1915-18. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd; 1-20. Note: [Malinowski fw: Trobriand Is]. Young, Michael W. 1979c Review: Women of Value, Men of Renown, by Annette B. Weiner. Mankind 11:74-75. Young, Michael W. 1980 A Tropology of the Dobu Mission (In Memory of Reo Fortune). Canberra Anthropology. 3(1): 86-104. Note: [from lit & archives: Dobu].
202 Young, Michael W. 1981 Children's Illness and Adult's Ideology: Patterns of Health Care on Goodenough Island, Milne Bay Province. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 24: 179-187. Note: [fw 1966-1968, 1973, 1977 (total 26 mos), May-June 1980: Bolubolu and Wailagi Health Centres, Goodenough I, Bwaidoka]. Young, Michael W. 1983a Magicians of Manumanua:LivingMyth in Kalauna. Berkeley: University of California Press; x, 317 pp. + Plates. Note: [fw 1966-1968, 1973, 1977: Kalauna Iduna]. Young, Michael W. 1983b "Ceremonial visiting in Goodenough Island." In The Kula: New Perspectives on Massim Exchange. E.R. Leach and J. W. Leach (eds.), 395-410. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Young, Michael W. 1983c "The Theme of the Resentful Heroe: Stasis and Mobility in Goodenough Mythology." In The Kula: New Perspectives on Massim Exchange, (ed.) E.R. Leach and J.W. Leach, 383-394. Cambridge; Cambridge University Press. Young, Michael W. 1983d "The Massim: an Introduction." The Journal of Pacific History 18(1): 4-10. Young, Michael W. 1983e 'Our name is women: we are bought with limesticks and limepots': an analysis of the autobiographical narrative of a Kalauna woman". Man. London 18 (3):478-501. Young, Michael W. 1983f "The best workmen in Papua: Goodenough Islanders and the labour trade, 1900-1960". Journal of Pacific History v18(2) Young, Michael W. 1983h Ceremonial Visiting in Goodenough Island. In: Leach, Jerry W.; Leach, Edmund, Editors. The Kula: New Perspectives on Massim Exchange. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 395-410. Note: [fw 1966-1968, 1973, 1977: Goodenough I]. Young, Michael W. 1984a "'The Intensive Study of Restricted Areas', or, Why Did Malinowski Go to the Trobriand Islands?" Oceania 55: 1-26. Young, Michael W. 1984b "The Hunting of the Snark in Nidula: Ruminations on Pig Love." Canberra Anthropology 7: 123-144. Young, Michael W. 1984c Comment [on Donald Tuzin, "Miraculous Voices: The Auditory Experience of
203 Numinous Objects"]. Current Anthropology. 25: 593. Note: [Massim]. Young, Michael W. 1985a Review : Oedipus in the Trobriands, by Melford Spiro. Canberra Anthropology 8:202-203. Young, Michael W. 1985b "Abutu in Kalauna: a retrospect". Mankind Sydney v. 15, no. 2, p.184-197. Young, Michael W. 1985c On Refusing Gifts: Aspects of Ceremonial Exchange in Kalauna. In: Barwick, Diane E.; Beckett, Jeremy; Reay, Marie, Editors. Metaphors of Interpretation: Essays in Honour of W.E.H. Stanner. Canberra: Australian National University Press; 85-112. Note: [fw: Belebele vill Kalauna] Young, Michael W. 1986a "The Worst Disease": The Cultural Definition of Hunger in Kalauna. In: Manderson, Lenore, Editor. Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture, and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. Cambridge and Paris: Cambridge University Press and Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme; 111-126. Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1986b Review: The Symbolic Role of Women in Trobriand Gardening, by Marianne Brindley. Oceania 57:70. Young, Michael W. 1987a The Tusk, the Flute and the Serpent: Disguise and Revelation in Goodenough Mythology. In: Strathern, Marilyn, Editor. Dealing with Inequality: Analysing Gender Relations in Melanesia and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 229-254. Note: [fw 1966-1968, 1973, 1977, 1980: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. (ed.) 1987b Malinowski Among the Magi: "The Natives of Mailu." London: Routledge. Young, Michael W. 1987c "Ethnographer as Hero: The Imponderabilla of Malinowski's Everyday Life in Mailu". Canberra Anthropology; Vol 10 #2 Young, Michael W. 1987d "Malinowski and the function of culture". Creating Culture: Profiles in the Study of Culture Sydney : Allen and Unwin pp. 124-140. Young, Michael W. 1987e Skirts, Yams, and Sexual Pollution: The Politics of Adultery in Kalauna. Journal de la Sociйtй des Ocйanistes.(84): 61-71. Note: [fw 1966-1968, 1973, 1977, 1980: Kalauna].
204 Young, Michael W. 1988a "The Matriarchical Illusion in Kaluana Mythology." In Myths of Matriarchy Reconsidered, (ed.) D. Gewertz, 1-16. Oceania Monograph NO. 33, University of Sydney. Young, Michael W. 1988b "Editor's Introduction." In Malinowski Among the Magi: "the Natives of Mailu," ed Michael Young. International Library of Anthropology. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Young, Michael W. 1988c Like Father, Like Son: Filial Ambivalence and the Death of Fathers in Kalauna. In: Appell, G. N.; Madan, T. N., Editors. Choice and Morality in Anthropological Perspective: Essays in Honor of Derek Freeman. Albany: State University of New York Press; 113-136. Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1988d The Matriarchal Illusion in Kalauna Mythology. In: Gewertz, Deborah, Editor. Myths of Matriarchy Reconsidered. Sydney: University of Sydney; 1-16. (Oceania Monographs; v. 33). Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W., Editor. 1988e Malinowski among the Magi: "The Natives of Mailu". London: Routledge; vi, [i], 355 pp. + Plates. Note: [Malinowski fw October-November 1914 (5 wks): Mailu]. Young, Michael W. 1988f Malinowski among the Magi: Editor's Introduction. In: Young, Michael W., Editor. Malinowski among the Magi: "The Natives of Mailu". London: Routledge; 1-76. Note: [Malinowski fw October-November 1914 (5 wks): Mailu]. Young, Michael W. 1989a Suffer the Children: Wesleyans in the D'Entrecasteaux. In: Jolly, Margaret; Macintyre, Martha, Editors. Family and Gender in the Pacific: Domestic Contradictions and the Colonial Impact. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 108-134. Note: [from lit: Dobu, Wailagi (Bwaidoga)]. Young, Michael W. 1989b Illness and Ideology: Aspects of Health Care on Goodenough Island. In: Frankel, Stephen; Lewis, Gilbert, Editors. A Continuing Trial of Treatment: Medical Pluralism in Papua New Guinea. Dordrecht (Neth.): Kluwer Academic Publishers; 115-139. (Culture, Illness, and Healing Book Series). Note: [fw 1966-1968, 1973, 1977, May-June 1980: Kalauna, Bolubolu, Wailagi]. Young, Michael W. Young, Michael W. 1989c "Eating the Dead": Mortuary Transactions in Bwaidoka, Goodenough Island. In: Damon, Frederick H.; Wagner, Roy, Editors. Death Rituals and Life in the Societies of the Kula Ring. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press; 179-198. Note: [fw 1980: Bwaidoka].
205 Young, Michael W. 1991a "Editorial Introduction to `Traditional and Cultural Aspects of Trobriand Island Chiefs'", by B. Baldwin. Canberra Anthropology 14(1): 67-69. Young, Michael W. 1991b "Malinowski, Bronislaw." In International Dictionary of Anthropologists, 444-446. New York: Garland Publishing. Young, Michael W. 1991c Dobu. In: Hays, Terence E., Editor. Oceania. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co.; 49-52. (Encyclopedia of World Cultures; v. 2). Note: [from lit: Dobu]. Young, Michael W. 1991d Goodenough Island. In: Hays, Terence E., Editor. Oceania. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co.; 85-88. (Encyclopedia of World Cultures; v. 2). Note: [fw: Goodenough I]. Young, Michael. 1991e Logging or Conservation on Woodlark (Muyuw) Island. Research in Melanesia. 15: 49-65. Note: [visit: Woodlark I]. Young, Michael W. 1991f The Sea Eagle and Other Heroic Birds of Nidula Mythology. In: Pawley, Andrew, Editor. Man and a Half: Essays in Pacific Anthropology and Ethnobiology in Honour of Ralph Bulmer. Auckland: The Polynesian Society; 380-389. (Memoirs; v. 48). Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1992a On Vulgar Tongues and Other Vengeful Body Parts. In: Dutton, Tom; Ross, Malcolm; Tryon, Darrell, Editors. The Language Game: Papers in Memory of DonaldC. Laycock. Canberra: Australian National University, Research School of Pacific Studies, Department of Linguistics; 661-667. (PacificLinguistics, Series C; v. 110). Note: [fw: Bwaidoka, Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1992b "Gone native in Isles of Illusion: in search of Asterisk". In Epi. History and Tradition in Melanesian Anthropology Berkeley : University of California Press pp. 193-223. Young, Michael W. 1993a The Kalauna House of Secrets. In: Fox, James J., Editor. Inside Austronesian Houses: Perspectives on Domestic Designs for Living. Canberra: Australian National University, Research School of Pacific Studies, Department of Anthropology; 180-193. Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1993b South Normanby Island: A Social Mapping Study. Research in Melanesia. 17: 168. Note: [visit March 1992: Normanby I].
206 Young, Michael W. 1994 From Riches to Rags: Dismantling Hierarchy in Kalauna. In: Jolly, Margaret; Mosko, Mark S., Editors. Transformations of Hierarchy: Structure, History and Horizon in the Austronesian World. Basel: Harwood Academic Publishers MgbH; 263-278. (History and Anthropology; v. 7(1-4)). Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 1996a The Interpretation of Dreams in Kalauna. In: Telban, Borut, Editor. Multiple Identities. Ljubljana: Slovene Anthropological Society; 103-117. (Anthropological Notebooks, Special Issue; v. 2(1)). Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael. 1996b The Malinowski Papers. In: Laboratory of the Social Sciences: A Virtual Future. London: British Library of Political and Economic Science; 71-75. Note: [Malinowski, Trobriand Is]. Young, Michael W. 1996c Review: The Story of a Marriage: The Letters of Bronislaw Malinowski and Elsie Masson. Edited by Helena Wayne. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, April, v7 n1 p64 Young, Michael W. (in press) Review : From Muyuw to the Trobriands, by Fred Damon." Pacific Affairs. Young, Michael W. 1997 Commemorating Missionary Heroes: Local Christianity and Narratives of Nationalism. In: Otto, Ton; Thomas, Nicholas, Editors. Narratives of Nation in the South Pacific. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers; 91-132. (Studies in Anthropology and History; v. 19). Note: [Bwaidoka, Dobu]. Young, Michael W. 1998 Malinowski's Kiriwina: Fieldwork Photography 1915-1918. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; x, 306 pp. Note: [from archives: Malinowski, Kiriwina]. Young, Michael W. 1999 Feasting Friends, Eating Enemies: Amity and Enmity in Kalauna. In: Campbell, John R.; Rew, Alan, Editors. Identity and Affect: Experiences of Identity in a Globalising World. London: Pluto Press; 105-129. Note: [fw: Kalauna]. Young, Michael W. 2000 The Careless Collector: Malinowski and the Antiquarians. In: O'Hanlon, Michael; Welsch, Robert L., Editors. Hunting the Gatherers: Ethnographic Collectors, Agents and Agency in Melanesia, 1870s-1930s. New York: Berghahn Books; 181202. (Methodology and History in Anthropology; v. 6). Note: [from lit & archives & museum colls: Malinowski, Trobriand Is]. Young, Michael W. 2004 Malinowski: odyssey of an anthropologist. New Haven: Yale University Press,
207 Young, Michael W. and Martha Macintyre 1982 "The Persistence of Traditional Trade and Ceremonial Exchange in the Massim." In Beyond Diversity, 9ed.) R.J. May and H. Nelson, 207-222. Canberra: R.S.PAC.S., The Australian National University Young, Michael W. and Maribelle de Vera 1980 Secondary Burial on Goodenough Island: Some Archaeological and Ethnographical Observations. Occassional Papers in Anthropology, No 10 Anthropology Museum of University of Queensland. Young, Michael W.; Rick, Simon; Nurse, George T. 1980 Probable Pendred Syndrome on Goodenough Island. Papua New Guinea Medical Journal. 23: 169-173. Note: [Bwaidoga]. Zeigen, Robert 1952 The Family in Matrilineal Society: a Functional Comparative Aanalysis of Five Pre-literate Cultures Ziegler, Charles; Jacobson, Dabid. 1984 How Big Is Kiriwina? Mankind. 14: 383-388. Note: [from lit: Kiriwina]. Zimdahl, H.; Schiefenhцvel, W.; Kayser, M.; Roewer, L.; Nagy, M. 1999 Towards Understanding the Origin and Dispersal of Austronesians in the Solomon Sea: HLA Class II Polymorphism in Eight Distinct Populations of Asia-Oceania. European Journal of Immunogenetics. 26: 405-416. Note: [survey: Roro, Trobriand Is; from colls: "PNGH"]. Zimmer, G.F.W. 1924 South Eastern Division, Misima District. Annual Report 1923-24 pp21-22 Zimmer, G. F. W. 1926 [Divisional Reports] [South-eastern Division] (b) Losuia District. In: Commonwealth of Australia, Parliament. Territory of Papua: Annual Report for the Year 1924- 1925. Melbourne: Government Printer; 37-38. Note: [admin 19241925: Losuia District].

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