Published April 28, 2004
by Sean Kingston Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Alan Rumsey (Editor), James Weiner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
Request PDF | Mining and Indigenous Lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea | The Contemporary Pacific () This volume is a companion to Rumsey and Weiner's earlier collection Author: Alex Golub. Mining and indigenous lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Adelaide, S. Aust: Crawford House Publishing. MLA Citation. Rumsey, Alan. and Weiner, James F. Mining and indigenous lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea / edited by Alan Rumsey and James Weiner Crawford House Publishing Adelaide, S. Aust Australian/Harvard Citation. He has written four books on the Foi, including The Empty Place (), a study of the cultural relationship of the Foi to their land and territory, and has edited and co-edited three others including Mountain Papuans and the volumes Emplaced Myth and Mining and Indigenous Lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea, both with Alan Rumsey. Mining and Indigenous Lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea: : Rumsey, Alan, Weiner, James: Books.
Mining and Indigenous Lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea (review) Mining and Indigenous Lifeworlds in Australia and Papua New Guinea (review) Golub, Alex book and media reviews Foreign Policy Directions," includes three papers on New Zealand's regional orientation (Macdonald); multilateralism (Jackson); and New . The company, incorporated in Papua New Guinea in June , and named Lihir as its first project was to raise capital to build the Lihir Island gold mine was merged with Newcrest Mining at the end of August (the last day for trading of Lihir Gold shares was Aug ). Community development in Ok Tedi, Papua New Guinea: the role of anthropology in the extractive industries Emma Gilberthorpe She has conducted research in Papua New Guinea for the past 13 years, in the mining region of Ok Tedi and with people affected by large-scale oil extraction in by: The indigenous peoples of New Guinea, commonly called Papuans, are is genetic evidence for two major historical lineages in New Guinea and neighboring islands: a first wave from the Malay archipelago perh years ago when New Guinea and Australia were a single landmass called Sahul,; and much later a wave of Austronesian people from the .
Anyone who has seen the massive page book entitled The Gulliver File () will undoubtedly concur that for better or for worse anti-mining activism is a global social movement. This book lists mining projects and their parent companies around the world in alphabetical order and gives background history and environmental impact information (albeit . Australia and Papua New Guinea share a number of important social, cultural, and historical features, making a sustained comparison between the two especially productive. This volume is the first in-depth work to do just that: it situates the ethnography of the two areas within a comparative framework and examines the relationship between indigenous systems of . Leviathans at the Gold Mine is an ethnographic account of the relationship between the Ipili, an indigenous group in Papua New Guinea, and the large international gold mine operating on their land. It was not until that Australian territorial patrols reached the Ipili. By , the third largest gold mine on the planet was operating in their : Alex Golub. Booktopia - Buy Mining Industry books online from Australia's leading online bookstore. Discount Mining Industry books and flat rate shipping of $ per online book order.