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Echoes of the Tambaran: Masculinity, history and the subject in the work of Donald F. Tuzin

Donald F. Tuzin: A bibliography

Books

1976. The Ilahita Arapesh: Dimensions of Unity. Berkeley: University of California Press.

1980. The Voice of the Tambaran: Truth and Illusion in Ilahita Arapesh Religion. Berkeley: University of California Press.

1997. The Cassowary’s Revenge: The Life and Death of Masculinity in a New Guinea Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

2001. Social Complexity in the Making: A Case Study Among the Arapesh of New Guinea. London: Routledge.

Edited Volumes

1983. (with Paula Brown) The Ethnography of Cannibalism. Society for Psychological Anthropology, Special Publication. Washington, DC: Society for Psychological Anthropology.

2001. (with Thomas Gregor) Gender in Amazonia and Melanesia: An Exploration of the Comparative Method. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Journal Articles

1972. Yam Symbolism in the Sepik: An Interpretative Account. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 28:230–54.

1975. The Breath of a Ghost: Dreams and the Fear of the Dead. Ethos 3:555–78.

1977. Reflections of Being in Arapesh Water Symbolism. Ethos 5:195–223.

1978. Politics, Power and Divine Artistry in Ilahita. Anthropological Quarterly 51:60–7.

1978. Sex and Meat-Eating in Ilahita: A Symbolic Study. Canberra Anthropology 1:82–93.

1980. (with Theodore Schwartz) Margaret Mead in New Guinea: An Appreciation. Oceania 50:241–7.

1984. Miraculous Voices: The Auditory Experience of Numinous Objects. Current Anthropology 25:579–89, 593–6. [Abridged and reprinted in 1995 in Amok Journal: Sensurround Edition: A Compendium of Psycho-Physiological Investigations. Stuart Swezey (ed.), pp. 427–36. Los Angeles: Amok Books.]

1988. Prospects of Village Death in Ilahita. Oceania 59:81–104.

1991. Sex, Culture, and the Anthropologist. Social Science and Medicine 33:867–74.

1992. Sago Subsistence and Symbolism Among the Ilahita Arapesh. Ethnology 31:103–14.

1992. (with Richard C. Atkinson) Equilibrium in the Research University. Change 24(3):20–31.

1994. The Forgotten Passion: Sexuality and Anthropology in the Ages of Victoria and Bronislaw. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 30:114–37.

1995. Art and Procreative Illusion in the Sepik: Comparing the Abelam and the Arapesh. Oceania 65:289–303.

1998. (with Thomas Gregor) Amazonia and Melanesia: Gender and Anthropological Comparison. Conference Report. Current Anthropology 39:274–77.

2002. Art, Ritual, and the Crafting of Illusion: The Anthony Forge Memorial Lecture, 2001. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 3:1–23.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

1974. Social Control and the Tambaran in the Sepik. In A. L. Epstein (ed.), Contention and Dispute: Aspects of Law and Social Control in Melanesia, pp. 317–44. Canberra: Australian National University Press.

1977. Kinship Terminology in a Linguistic Setting. In S. A. Wurm (ed.) New GuineaArea Languages and Language Study.Volume 3: Language, Culture, Society, and the Modern World, pp. 101–29. Pacific Linguistics, Series C, No. 40. Canberra: Department of Linguistics, The Australian National University.

1982. Ritual Violence Among the Ilahita Arapesh: The Dynamics of Moral and Religious Uncertainty. In Gilbert H. Herdt (ed.) Rituals of Manhood: Male Initiation in Melanesia, pp. 321–55. Berkeley: University of California Press.

1983. (with Paula Brown) Introduction. In Paula Brown and Donald Tuzin (eds) The Ethnography of Cannibalism, pp. 1–5. Society for Psychological Anthropology, Special Publication. Washington, DC: Society for Psychological Anthropology.

1983. Cannibalism and Arapesh Cosmology: A War-Time Incident with the Japanese. In Paula Brown and Donald Tuzin (eds) The Ethnography of Cannibalism, pp. 61–71. Society for Psychological Anthropology, Special Publication. Washington, DC: Society for Psychological Anthropology.

1983. Circumcision. Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia, pp. 298–9. New York: Funk & Wagnalls.

1983. Rites of Passage. Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia, pp. 291–2. New York: Funk & Wagnalls.

1989. The Organization of Action, Identity, and Experience in Arapesh Dualism. In David Maybury-Lewis and Uri Almagor (eds) The Attraction of Opposites: Thought and Society in the Dualistic Mode, pp. 277–96. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Press.

1989. Visions, Prophecies, and the Rise of Christian Consciousness: A Case of Religious Imagination. In Michele Stephen and Gilbert H. Herdt (eds) The Religious Imagination in New Guinea, pp. 187–208. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

1990. Of the Resemblance of Fathers to Their Children: The Roots of Primitivism in Middle-Childhood Enculturation. In L. Bryce Boyer and Simon Grolnick (eds) The Psychoanalytic Study of Society.Volume 15: Essays in Honor of Paul Parin, pp. 69–103. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

1990. Fighting for Their Lives: The Problem of Cultural Authenticity in Today’s Sepik Region. In Nancy Lutkehaus, Christian Kaufmann, William E. Mitchell, Douglas Newton, Lita Osmundsen and Meinhard Schuster (eds) Sepik Heritage: Tradition and Change in Papua New Guinea, pp. 364–9. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

1991. The Cryptic Brotherhood of Big Men and Great Men in Ilahita. In Marilyn Strathern and Maurice Godelier (eds) Big Men and Great Men: Personifications of Power in Melanesia, pp. 115–29. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1992. Revelation and Concealment in the Cultural Organization of Meaning: A Methodological Note. In Bernard Juillerat (ed.) Shooting the Sun: Ritual and Meaning in the West Sepik, Ida Revisited, pp. 251–9. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press.

1992. The Melanesian Archive. In Sydel Silverman and Nancy J. Parezo (eds) Preserving the Anthropological Record, pp. 31–42. New York: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. [Reprinted in the second edition, 1995, pp. 23–34.]

1994. (with David Western, Shirley C. Strum, K. Sayre and R. Michael Wright) A Few Big Challenges. In David Western and R. Michael Wright (eds) Natural Connections: Perspectives in Community-Based Conservation, pp. 536–47. Washington, DC: Island Press.

1995. Discourse, Intercourse, and the Excluded Middle: Anthropology and the Problem of Sexual Experience. In Paul R. Abramson and Stephen D. Pinkerton (eds) Sexual Nature/Sexual Culture, pp. 257–75. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

1996. The Spectre of Peace in Unlikely Places: Concept and Paradox in the Anthropology of Peace. In Thomas A. Gregor (ed.) A Natural History of Peace, pp. 3–33. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

2001. (with Thomas A. Gregor) Comparing Gender in Amazonia and Melanesia: A Theoretical Orientation. In Thomas A. Gregor and Donald Tuzin (eds) Gender in Amazonia and Melanesia: An Exploration of the Comparative Method, pp. 1–16. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2001. (with Thomas A. Gregor) The Anguish of Gender: Men’s Cults and Moral Contradiction in Amazonia and Melanesia. In Thomas A. Gregor and Donald Tuzin (eds) Gender in Amazonia and Melanesia: An Exploration of the Comparative Method, pp. 309–36. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2001. (with Thomas A. Gregor) Reflections on the Land of Melazonia. In Thomas A. Gregor and Donald Tuzin (eds) Gender in Amazonia and Melanesia: An Exploration of the Comparative Method, pp. 337–43. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2001. Cannibalism. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 3. Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds), pp. 1452–4. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Limited.

2001. Research Ethics, Cross-Cultural Dimensions of. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.Volume 19. Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds), pp. 13 231–5. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Limited.

2004. Male Bonding. The Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. Amy Aronson and Michael S. Kimmel (eds), pp. 488–9. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO.

2006. Cults, Shrines and the Emergence of Regional Ritual Centers: The View from New Guinea. In David Alon and Thomas E. Levy (eds) Archaeology, Anthropology and Cult. Volume 2: The Sanctuary of Gilat (Israel), pp. 34–53. London: Equinox.

2006. Base Notes: Odor, Breath, and Moral Contagion in Ilahita. In James Drobnick (ed.) The Smell Culture Reader, pp. 59–67. Oxford: Berg.

Other

1998. Comment on Michael F. Brown’s ‘Can Culture Be Copyrighted?’. Current Anthropology 39(2):217–18.

2001. In Memoriam: Derek Freeman, 1916–2001. Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania. Newsletter (110):17–18.

2001. Death Notice: Derek Freeman. Anthropology News 42(8):26.

2002. Derek Freeman (1916–2001). American Anthropologist 104:1013–15.

2002. Derek Freeman Remembrance. Borneo Research Bulletin 33:12–13.


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