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The Murle; red chiefs and black commoners
Bazett A. Lewis
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] B. A. Lewis.|
|Series||Oxford monographs on social anthropology|
|LC Classifications||DT132 .L48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 166 p.|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||72197717|
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Bazett A. Lewis. Clarendon Press, - Social Science - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. INTRODUCTION. 1: MURLELAND AND ITS SEASONS. The Murle; red chiefs and black commoners (Oxford monographs on social anthropology) [Lewis, Bazett A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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LEWIS The Murle Red Chiefs and Black Commoners London Oxford University Press ï- Ce est en avril et au prix de plusieurs expéditions militaires dans le The Murle; red chiefs and black commoners book du Sabat-Pibor Province du Haut-Nil Soudan) que les Mûrie appelés aussi Beir dans la littérature des premières années du Condominium furent défini tivement soumis autorité coloniale Leur faible importance (en) Jonathan E.
Arensen, Mice are men: language and society among the Murle of Sudan, International Museum of Cultures, Dallas,p. (ISBN ) (en) Bazett A. Lewis, The Murle: red chiefs and black commoners, Clarendon Press, Oxford,://(peuple). The Murle; red chiefs and black commoners (Oxford monographs on social anthropology) Jan 1, by Bazett A Lewis Hardcover?ref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share.
Les Murle sont des habitants d'Afrique de l'Est, établis principalement au Soudan du Sud, en Éthiopie et dans le nord du Kenya [1 Ethnonymie. Selon les sources, on observe quelques variantes The Murle: red chiefs and black commoners, Clarendon Press, Oxford,://(peuple). This is the first book on one of the Nilo Hamitic peoples of the Sudan and provides interesting points for comparison with studies of the Nilo-Hamites of Kenya and Uganda.
It includes an account of Murle history and way of life, and a descriptive analysis of social and political institutions. The Murle: Red Chiefs and Black Commoners OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/cea___num_13_52__t1___1 Lewis Papers.
Papers of Bazett Annesley Lewis ( - ), administrator and social anthropologist. 2 boxes of material, relating to research in South Sudan among the Murle, published as The Murle.
Red Chiefs and Black Commoners. Oxford: Clarendon Press, The Murle: Red Chiefs and Black Commoners. Oxford University at the Clarendon Press. Payne, Thomas. Explaining Language Structures. community. each age-set has its own red chiefs, with a hierarchy of authority determined by the clans, which establishes seniority within each age-set and across the Murle as a whole.
the Murle are divided into four clans, or drumships, with respecive sub-clans that divide between red chiefs and black commoners.7 the two AFRICAN COLLECTION BOOKS ON AFRICAN CONTINENTS OF The Murle; red chiefs and black commoners book, with well illustrated, engravings and photographs.
￥,（税別） このアフリカ大陸に関する書籍のコレクションは、アフリカに興味を持ったアイルランド大学の一講師が収集したもので The Murle: Red Chiefs and Black Commoners. Oxford University at the Clarendon Press. Payne, Thomas. Explaining Language Structures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. وصلات (شعب). A Lewis ‘The Murle- Red Chiefs and Black Commoners’, Oxford at the Claredon Press, Arabic Forum;AM Munzoul Assal Google Plus + Google Re: Crossing the barriers.
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4), Stockholm. Lindblom, K. Gerhard The Spiked Wheel-Trap and its Distribution (Smärre Meddelanden, no. 5), The Murle: Red Chiefs and Black Commoners. Oxford University at the Clarendon Press. Payne, Thomas. Explaining Language Structures.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. External links. Ethnologue; Gurtong Peace Project B.A. Lewis wrote the first anthropological book on the Murle and he writes about four clans, kidongwa, translated as drumships, with their respective chiefs. But in his book he asserts that even in the s the drumships had lost their cohesiveness and the attendant chiefs were losing their /Murle-pol Web view.
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each age-set has its own red chiefs, with a hierarchy of authority determined by the clans, which establishes seniority within each age-set and across the Murle as a whole.
the Murle are divided into four clans, or drumships, with respective sub-clans that divide between red chiefs and black commoners.7 the two His research was originally carried out in the s and s, but his book was published in It is unclear if his conclusion is referring to the WHO campaign in the s mentioned by Arensen or an earlier medical campaign during the colonial era.
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