From primitives to primates

A history of ethnographic and primatological analogies in the study of prehistory

David Van Reybrouck | 2012

Where do our images about early hominids come from? In this fascinating in-depth study, David Van Reybrouck demonstrates how input from ethnography and primatology has deeply influenced our visions about the past from the 19th…



Amotopoan Trails

A recent archaeology of Trio movements

Jimmy Mans | 2012

In this book the concept of mobility is explored for the archaeology of the Amazonian and Caribbean region. As a result of technological and methodological progress in archaeology, mobility has become increasingly visible on the…



Collecting Kamoro

Objects, encounters and representation on the southwest coast of Papua

Karen Jacobs | 2012

The story of ethnographic collecting is one of cross-cultural encounters. This book focuses on collecting encounters in the Kamoro region of Papua from the earliest collections made in 1828 until 2011. Exploring the links between…



Analysing allerzielen alom

Material culture in an emerging rite

William R. Arfman | 2011

Since 2005 Dutch artists Ida van der Lee’s Allerzielen Alom (or All Souls’ All around) project, as well as its various offshoots, have flowered throughout the Netherlands. In doing so they have brought a diverse…



Animism of the Nilotics and Discourses of Islamic Fundamentalism in Sudan

Kuel Maluil Jok | 2011

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Animism as a religion and a culture of the Nilotic peoples of the Upper River Nile in modern ‘Southern Sudan’. It gives an account of how the Animistic…



Sharing Knowledge and Cultural Heritage: First Nations of the Americas

Studies in Collaboration with Indigenous Peoples from Greenland, North and South America

Edited by Laura van Broekhoven, Cunera Buijs & Pieter Hovens | 2010

Now 50% off!

Sharing Knowledge & Cultural Heritage (SK&CH), First Nations of the Americas, testifies to the growing commitment of museum professionals in the twenty-first century to share collections with the descendants of people and communities from whom…



Ani-La

The nuns from Redna Menling

Joke van de Belt | 2010

‘No, but we are different. Tonpa Sherab treated men and women in the same way, he passed on his teachings to both men and women and that is why we nuns are on equal footing…



From primitives to primates

A history of ethnographic and primatological analogies in the study of prehistory

David Van Reybrouck | 2012

Where do our images about early hominids come from? In this fascinating in-depth study, David Van Reybrouck demonstrates how input from ethnography and primatology has deeply influenced our visions about the past from the 19th…



Amotopoan Trails

A recent archaeology of Trio movements

Jimmy Mans | 2012

In this book the concept of mobility is explored for the archaeology of the Amazonian and Caribbean region. As a result of technological and methodological progress in archaeology, mobility has become increasingly visible on the…



Collecting Kamoro

Objects, encounters and representation on the southwest coast of Papua

Karen Jacobs | 2012

The story of ethnographic collecting is one of cross-cultural encounters. This book focuses on collecting encounters in the Kamoro region of Papua from the earliest collections made in 1828 until 2011. Exploring the links between…



Analysing allerzielen alom

Material culture in an emerging rite

William R. Arfman | 2011

Since 2005 Dutch artists Ida van der Lee’s Allerzielen Alom (or All Souls’ All around) project, as well as its various offshoots, have flowered throughout the Netherlands. In doing so they have brought a diverse…



Animism of the Nilotics and Discourses of Islamic Fundamentalism in Sudan

Kuel Maluil Jok | 2011

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Animism as a religion and a culture of the Nilotic peoples of the Upper River Nile in modern ‘Southern Sudan’. It gives an account of how the Animistic…



Sharing Knowledge and Cultural Heritage: First Nations of the Americas

Studies in Collaboration with Indigenous Peoples from Greenland, North and South America

Edited by Laura van Broekhoven, Cunera Buijs & Pieter Hovens | 2010

Now 50% off!

Sharing Knowledge & Cultural Heritage (SK&CH), First Nations of the Americas, testifies to the growing commitment of museum professionals in the twenty-first century to share collections with the descendants of people and communities from whom…



Ani-La

The nuns from Redna Menling

Joke van de Belt | 2010

‘No, but we are different. Tonpa Sherab treated men and women in the same way, he passed on his teachings to both men and women and that is why we nuns are on equal footing…






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