- Author:Carl L. Hoffman
- Publisher:Iowa State Pr (June 1, 1986)
- Pages:112 pages
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book by Carl L. Hoffman. The Punan : Hunters and Gatherers of Borneo.
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Punan hunter-gatherers and the Heart of Borneo initiative. Carl Hoffman and the Punan of Borneo. Uppsala: Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology 5. oogle Scholar. In Reflections on the heart of Borneo, eds. Gerard A. Persoon, and Manon Osseweijer, 159–174. Sociality and livelihood among Punan of Borneo.
The 'Punan problem', . Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology 52. Article. whether Punan have been hunter-gatherers for only a limited time, perhaps one millennium (Hoffman 1983a), or several (Sellato 1993), might seem to be a rather academic question. This controversy is, however, primarily rooted in Hoffman's explanation, that 'it is trade that has been what these "Punan" of Borneo are all about. This is a study of groups of forest foragers and horticulturalists in the Malinau River basin in northeast Borneo.
Borneo Studies in History, Society and Culture. The island of Borneo has maintained until fairly recently a number of tropical rainforest hunting-gathering groups, generally referred to as Punan or Penan (though other local ethnonyms are found). Today, a large proportion of them have switched to a partly settled way of life and some form of agriculture, but even these groups still rely heavily on the forest, collecting jungle products for trade and, often, processing the wild sago palms for their subsistence while collecting.
The Hadza: Hunter-Gatherers of Tanzania (Origins of Human Behavior and Culture). Alan Barnard has written a book that no scholar in the area of Khosian studies and few students in the wider field of hunter-gatherer studies can afford to ignore. To assemble all of the relevant ethnographic data on so crucial a group of hunter-gatherers in one volume and to accompany the same with crisp, topical discussions of some of the current issues of theory. is to produce a book of the highest scholarly relevance. Hunters and Herders is a worthy successor indeed to The Khoisan People!. Current Anthropology.
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This handbook examines the ethnohistory of hunter-gatherers and its relevance to archaeology and .
This handbook examines the ethnohistory of hunter-gatherers and its relevance to archaeology and anthropology. In addition, the book explores how hunter-gatherer societies were influenced by factors such as the expansion of agro-pastoral farming and the rise of urbanism, nation states, and global empires.
Cultural anthropologists' primary concern is the impact of every system at the local level, in the day-to-day .
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