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From ‘Stone-Age’ to ‘Real-Time’

Illustrations

Map

Map of Papua and West Papua showing places referenced in the volume.

Figure 2.1

Expedition member S. van der Groot demonstrates the workings of a magnifying glass to a group of Ekari Papuans, 1936.

Figure 2.2

Portrait of H.J.T. Bijlmer with an Ekari Papuan, 1936.

Figure 2.3

Father Tillemans points out the presence of a camera to an Ekari Papuan, 1936.

Figure 3.1

Danuwage village, July 2011. The airstrip is out of frame to the right. Aerial photos in UP4B’s press releases cropped out the large missionary residence at left.

Figure 3.2

Ten Western Dani evangelists at the Danuwage airstrip, July 2011, with six Korowai in the distant background and at right.

Figure 3.3

House of Melanux Waüop and her relatives, 2007.

Figure 3.4

Korowai lands in West Papua, showing villages created since the founding of Yaniruma. Extant villages shown by solid dots, abandoned ones by circles.

Figure 4.1

Albert’s ‘Cycle of Man’s Civilisation’, drawn on the basis of the original rough sketch.

Figure 5.1

Al-Aqsha Mosque, Keerom Regency, Papua.

Figure 5.2

Banner of a Papuan website with an outline of Tanah Papua in Israeli colours, Birds of Paradise and ‘Israel’ in Hebrew.

Figure 5.3

Banner of the website Papua-Israel News, combining the Morning Star flag and Israeli flag with an outline of Tanah Papua.

Figure 5.4

Office of the Dewan Adat Papua, Manokwari, West Papua.

Figure 5.5

Office of the Dewan Adat Papua, Manokwari, West Papua.

Figure 5.6

Motorbike decal in Jayapura, Papua.

Figure 5.7

Star of David graffiti, Jayapura, Papua.

Figure 7.1

Students in costume waiting to dance at the priest’s birthday party, Lotta.

Figure 7.2

Student leader accompanying priest during the dance, Lotta.

Figure 7.3

Nuns and other attendees eating lunch at the priest’s birthday, Lotta.

Figure 8.1

Torture video uploaded on YouTube.

Figure 9.1

Lab materials.

Figure 9.2

The clinic doctor leads health workers in morning prayer before the clinic opens. Low ranking staff are dressed in white uniforms. The VCT director is second to right in the front row, wearing a white jilbab.

Figure 9.3

The gloves, clothes, and masks required for all health workers giving an HIV test are some of the technologies that clients find unpleasant and that strike fear in many.

Map of Papua and West Papua showing places referenced in the volume.

Source: The Australian National University, CartoGIS CAP 14-212.


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