Mortuary dialogues : death ritual and the reproduction of moral community in Pacific modernities

Auteur(s) : Lipset, David (Éd.)
Silverman, Eric K. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xvi-244 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Collection: ASAO studies in Pacific anthropology ; n° 7 Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2016.Cote : O.100Note : Réf. dissém. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Rite funéraire | Funérailles Géographique : Océanie
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Introduction. Mortuary ritual, modern social theory, and the historical moment in Pacific modernity / Silverman, Eric K. and Lipset, David --

Fearing the dead: the mortuary rites of Marshall Islanders amid the tragedy of Pacific modernity / Carucci, Laurence Marshall --

Into the world of sorrow: women and the work of death in Māori mortuary rites / Wilson, Che and Sinclair, Karen --

Death and experience in Rawa mortuary rites, Papua New Guinea / Dalton, Doug --

The knotted person: death, the bad breast, and Melanesian modernity among the Murik, Papua New Guinea / Lipset, David --

Mortuary ritual and mining riches in Island Melanesia / Bainton, Nicholas A. and Macintyre, Martha --

Finishing Kapui's name: birth, death, and the reproduction of Manam society, Papua New Guinea / Lutkehaus, Nancy C. --

Transformations of male initiation and mortuary rites among the Kayan of Papua New Guinea / Poser, Alexis Th. von --

Mortuary failures: traditional uncertainties and modern families in the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea / Silverman, Eric K. --

Everything will come up like TV, everything will be revealed: death in an age of uncertainty in the Purari Delta, Papua New Guinea / Bell, Joshua A. --

Afterword. Mortuary dialogues in Pacific modernities and anthropology / Lipset, David ; Silverman, Eric K. and Venbrux, Eric.

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