2 edition of eastern Timbira. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 251-258.
|Statement||Translated and edited by Robert H. Lowie.|
|Series||California. University. Publications in American archaeology and ethnology -- v. 41., University of California publications -- v. 41.|
|Contributions||Lowie, Robert Harry, 1883-1957.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 357 p.|
|Number of Pages||357|
Eastern Timbira Kinship: Memorandum of agreement, for chapter in M. Strathen's book, Dealing with Inequality Folder Tabou - Typescript. Folder Theories of Culture Revisited - Typescript. Folder Time, Cosmology and Experience - Notes. He is the author of numerous articles on the Canela, and in his comprehensive monograph, THE CANELA (EASTERN TIMBIRA), I: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC INTRODUCTION appeared as number 33 in the Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology : $
The Canela (Eastern Timbira) 1 An Ethnographic Introduction. By: CROCKER (William H.) Price: $ Publisher: Washington DC, Smithsonian: Seller ID: Binding: PAPERBACK. Condition: slight cover wear otherwise very good. pp b/w illustrations quarto paper Contributions to Anthropology # Trivia. Timbira is currently the first and only starting tribe to have black as their color. All other black tribes have been merged tribes. The two males to be the highest ranking members of Timbira and two males to be the highest ranking members of rival tribe Jalapao would Challenge Wins: 5.
pagesThe Canela (Eastern Timbira), No. 1 An Ethnographic Introduction, William Henry Crocker, , Social Science, pages download The Oxford History of . able to publish books on the Apinaye (), the Xerente2 (), and his magnum opus on the Eastern Timbira (). Meanwhile the Salesian fathers Colbacchini and Albisetti also produced a detailed monograph on the closely related Bororo in These works posed a problem for contemporary ethnographic classifi.
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The Canela (Eastern Timbira), I: An Ethnographic Introduction. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, num pages, 11 tables, 51 figures, 78 plates, This monograph is about the Canela Indians of the municipio of Barra do Corda, in the state of Maranhao, Brazil, and also about the neighboring Apanyekra, who are culturally very similar and are used here for comparisons.4/5(1).
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Addeddate Identifier timbira Identifier-ark ark://t1zc82h1m Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi When Curt Nimuendaju was writing his book The Eastern Timbira, published inthe Krenyê and the Kukoikateyê still lived in localities in the vicinity, in the forest, relatively close to the right bank of the lower Grajaú River; as for the "Pobzé", he believed they were extinct.
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He is the author of numerous articles on the Canela, and in his comprehensive monograph, THE CANELA (EASTERN TIMBIRA), I: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC INTRODUCTION appeared as number 33 in the Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology series.
Bill's work also contributed to the video on the Canela, MENDING WAYS, and to an extensive Canela website. Timbira (Timbiras) "Timbira" is a general cultural and linguistic name referring to a group of related tribes of Brazil, including the Canela, Kraho, Krikati, and Kreye tribes.
Apinaye is sometimes also included among the Timbira tribes even though their language is significantly different from the others. These names were given to them in the monograph, The Eastern Timbira, by Brazil's great ethnologist, Curt Nimuendaju ().
The present monograph, referred to herein as the Canela Introduction, is a product of 64 months of fieldwork over a period of 22 years. Book of The Century William H. Crocker (). The Canela (Eastern Timbira), I. An Ethnographic Introduction.
Smithsonian Contributions To Anthropology. "Timbira" is a broad denomination for a number of closely related languages and cultures - the Krahô, Krikati, Gavião-Parkateye, Pukobye, Canela-Ramkokamekra, among others.
These belong to the eastern Timbira division, while one single group, the Apinayé, is classified as western Timbira due to major linguistic and cultural differences. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. The Canela (Eastern Timbira), I: An Ethnographic Introduction. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, num pages, 11 tables, 51 figures, 78 plates, This monograph is about the Canela Indians of the municipio of Barra do Corda, in the state of Maranhao, Brazil, and also about the neighboring Apanyekra, who are culturally very.
Books, Ear – Eas. The Eastern Establishment and the Western Experience: The West of Frederic Remington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Owen Wister By G.
White Edward. The Eastern Timbira By Curt Nimuendaju, Robert Harry Lowie. University of California Press, This volume deals with the Krahó Indians, a subgroup of the Eastern Timbira which comprise a portion of the Jê linguistic family.
The work is based largely on Melatti’s doctoral dissertation (), with additional material added from a field session in Author: Basil Hedrick.
The Canela Native Americans speak Gê, a subgroup of Macro-Carib. Gê speakers live in the central to eastern interior highlands, south of the Amazon River. The Canela are one of the Timbira nations that fought each other annually.
Timbira refers to a number of related ethnolinguistic groups of Timbira-speaking Gê peoples native to Northern and Northeastern Brazil. Among those peoples grouped under the name are the Apanyekrá, Apinajé, Kanela, Gavião do Oeste, Krahô, Krinkatí, and Pukobyê.The Canela: Kinship, Ritual and Sex in an Amazonian Tribe Paperback – April 28 He is the author of numerous articles on the Canela, and in his comprehensive monograph, THE CANELA (EASTERN TIMBIRA), I: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC INTRODUCTION appeared as number 33 in the Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology series.
Bill's work also /5(6).Timbira is a dialect continuum of the Jê languages of various tribal dialects are distinct enough to sometimes be considered separate languages. The principal varieties, Krahô / ˈ k r ɑː h oʊ / (Craó), and Kanela / k æ ˈ n ɛ l ə / (Canela), have speakers apiece, few of whom speak Portuguese.
Kreye, however, is nearly extinct, with only 30 speakers in Language family: Macro-Jê, JêNorthwestTimbira.