The Lele of the Kasai.

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Lele (Congolese (Democratic Republic) pe
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LC ClassificationsGN654 .D66
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Paginationxiv, 286 p.
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The Lele of the Kasai. Mary Douglas. Psychology Press, - Social Science - pages. 0 Reviews. This first volume is a compilation of numerous essays by Douglas on the Lele in the Belgian Congo covering a fifteen year period. There are early indications of Douglas's cultural imagination and written expression that were to make her works.

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Book Description. This first volume is a compilation of numerous essays by Douglas on the Lele in the Belgian Congo covering a fifteen year period. There are early indications of Douglas's cultural imagination and written expression that were to make her works accessible and relevant to a western readership of non-anthropologists.

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The Lele of the Kasai (first published ) was the first book by the influential British anthropologist Mary Douglas under her married name (her Peoples of the Lake Nyasa Region appeared under her maiden name, Tew, in ). In it she reported on her anthropological fieldwork among the Lele people on the western bank of the Kasai River in the Basongo area of what had at the time been south.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Contributions to anthropology The Lele of the Kasai (). Douglas’ first publication, The Lele of the Kasai (), focuses on a matrilineal society in Kasai (now the Kasai-Occidental), the matrilineal society is marked by a strong division of tasks, polyandric matrimonial rules, egalitarianism, autonomy and anarchism; a social world that was completely different from her own and Doctoral advisor: E.

Evans-Pritchard. Lele (also spelled Bashilele, Usilele) is a language spoken mainly in the west edge of the Kasai-Occidental Province, in Ilebo and Tshikapa territories; the extreme east of the Bandundu Province, in Idiofa and Gungu territories of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Ann, A: I picked the one that I thought would interest collectors the most. It is from the Lele people in the West Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The more familiar. k Followers, Following, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Kazuo Kasai (@kazuo_kasai_watercolor) posts.

The Lele (aka Leele) and Bushong (aka Bushoong) are two groups of people living on the Kasai River in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Two well known academics, Mary Douglas and Jan Vansina, independently studied these groups in the late s and.

The first book on this work was published inThe Lele of the Kasai. Most of my teaching life was in the Anthropology Department of University College London (). After four years in New York, four years in Northwestern University, and three years in Princeton, I retired to England and have been living in London ever since Kasai, “fire”, is inspired by Shou Sugi Ban or Yakisugi, the traditional Japanese artisanal technique that works through burning wood, usually cedar, carbonising it in order to protect and conserve it.

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Here I cover sections 2–4, “Hunting And The Forest Among The Lele Of Kasai, The War Booty Of The Jivaros, The Rain Dances Of The Pueblo Indians”. The ongoing attempt of this heap is to get something out of Canetti’s book, and that of necessity means resorting to the classic sense of the essay, as an exploration, using Canetti’s book.

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