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  • Author:
    Charlotte Hardman
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    1859731554
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    978-1859731550
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    Berg Publishers (December 1, 2000)
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    320 pages
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Other Worlds: Notions of Self and Emotion among the Lohorung Rai is a 2000 non-fiction social sciences book by Charlotte Hardman

Other Worlds: Notions of Self and Emotion among the Lohorung Rai is a 2000 non-fiction social sciences book by Charlotte Hardman. The book was published on December 1, 2000 through Berg Publishers and is about the rites and ritual of the Lohorung people of Nepal to be able to connected with their dead ancestors. Reception for Other Worlds was mostly positive.

By examining Lohorung concepts and their discourse on self and emotion, this book explores the way in which ancestral influence dominates the daily l This important ethnographic study explores the world-view of the Lohorung Rai, a hill tribe of about 3,000 members living in Eastern Nepal. These rice farmers have a tradition of migration combined with hunting and gathering.

Explorations in Anthropology Series. Gellner, David (September 2003). The Lohorung homeland is Sankhuwasabha district in the northern part of the Arun watershed, a tributary to the Koshi. At present they are found in eight other districts of Nepal: Ilam, Jhapa, Sunsari, Morang, Dhankuta, Terhathum, Lalitpur and Kathmandu. They also live in northeastern states of India: Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal, Sikkim and Assam, and even Bhutan, Australia, United Kingdom and United States. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.

This important ethnographic study explores the world-view of the Lohorung Rai, a hill tribe of about 3,000 members living in Eastern Nepal. By examining Lohorung concepts and their discourse on self and emotion, this book explores the way in which ancestral influence dominates the daily lives and rituals of the Lohorung.

Hardman, Charlotte E. 2000. Other worlds: notions of self and emotion among the Lohorung Rai. Oxford, New York: Berg. Studies in Nepali History and Society 7/1: 35–97. Tongsing Mundhum of the Limbu ethnic group in the Kirat Mundhum.

notions of self and emotion among the Lohorung Rai. by Charlotte Hardman. Published 2000 by Berg in Oxford, New York. 7 the person and the cycle of life 173. 8 emotions and concepts of mind: understanding lohorung behaviour and social institutions 223. 9 personhood, emotions and ethnopsychology. Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-306) and index. 2000 Other Worlds: Notions of Self and Emotion Among the Lohorung Ra. Nicoletti, Martino 2006 The Ancestral Forest: Memory, Space and Ritual among the Kulunge Rai of Eastern Nepal. Kathmandu: Vajra Books. 2000 Other Worlds: Notions of Self and Emotion Among the Lohorung Rai. Oxford, UK: Berg. Ortner, Sherry B. 1998 The Case of Disappearing Shamans, or No Individualism, No Relationalism. in Selves in Time and Place: Identities, Experience, and History in Nepal. D. Skinner, A. Pach III, and D. Holland, ed. pp. 239–268. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

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This important ethnographic study explores the world-view of the Lohorung Rai, a hill tribe of about 3,000 members living in Eastern Nepal. These rice farmers have a tradition of migration combined with hunting and gathering. By examining Lohorung concepts and their discourse on self and emotion, this book explores the way in which ancestral influence dominates the daily lives and rituals of the Lohorung. It explores the 'other world' of the Lohorung within which their concepts about the nature of the person and the natural world can be understood.

This study will be relevant not only to Himalayan experts but to all anthropologists interested in culture, self and emotion.