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Bosavi Publications by Edward L. Schieffelin

Bosavi Publications by Bambi B. Schieffelin

Bosavi Publications by Steven Feld

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Bosavi Publications by Edward L. Schieffelin

l975 Felling the Trees on Top of the Crop. Oceania, 46(1):25-39.

1976 The Sorrow of the Lonely and the Burning of the Dancers. New York: St. Martin's Press.

1977 The Unseen Influence: Tranced Mediums as Historical Innovators. Journal de la Société des Oceanistes, 33(56-57):169-178.

1978 The End of Traditional Music, Dance and Body Decoration in Bosavi, Papua New Guinea. Discussion Papers nos. 30, 31, and 32. Port Moresby: Institute of Papua BNew Guinea Studies. Reprinted In R. Gordon ed., The Plight of Peripheral Peoples, vol. 1, Occasional Paper no.7, Cultural Survival. Peterborough, NH: Transcript Printing Co., 1981.

l979 Mediators as Metaphors: Moving a Man to Tears in Papua New Guinea. In A. Becker and A Yengoyan, eds., The Imagination of Reality: Essays in South East Asian Coherence Systems. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishers, pp. 127-144.

1979 The Kaluli. World Book Encyclopedia (Australian edition).

l980 Reciprocity and the Construction of Reality. Man l5(3):502-517.

l981 Evangelical Rhetoric and the Transformation of Traditional Culture in Papua New Guinea. Comparative Studies in Society and History 23(1):150-156.

l982 The Bau A Ceremonial Hunting Lodge: An Alternative to Initiation. In G. Herdt, ed., Rituals of Manhood: Male Initiation in Papua New Guinea. Los Angeles: University of California Press, pp. 155-200.

l982 The Cultural Dimensions of Alcohol Abuse in a South Pacific Nation. In M. Marshall ed., Through a Glass Darkly: Beer and Modernization in Papua New Guinea. IASER Monograph No. 18. Boroko, Papua New Guinea:IASER.

1982 Anthropological Perspective. In B. Cassileth, ed., The Physicians Guide to the

Management of Terminal Cancer Patients, Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, pp. 188-202.

l983 Anger and Shame in the Tropical Forest: On Affect as a Cultural System in Papua New Guinea. Ethos 11(3):181-191.

l985 Introduction (with D. Gewertz) In E. Schieffelin and D. Gewertz, eds., History and Ethnohistory in Papua New Guinea. Oceania Monograph No. 28, University of Sydney Press, pp. 40-57.

1985 The Retaliation of the Animals: On the Cultural Construction of Time and Events in a New Guinea Culture. In E. Schieffelin and D. Gewertz, eds., History and Ethnohistory in Papua New Guinea. Oceania Monograph No. 28, University of Sydney Press, pp. 40-57.

l985 Performance and the Cultural Construction of Reality: Spirit Seances among a New Guinea People. American Ethnologist. 12(4):707-724.

l985 The Cultural Analysis of Depressive Affect: An example from Papua New Guinea. In A. Kleinman and B. Good, eds., Culture and Depression. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 101-133.

1985 Anger Grief and Shame: Towards a Kaluli Ethno-Psychology. InG. White and J. Kirkpatrick, eds., Person, Self and Experience: Exploring Pacific Ethnopsychologies. Los Angeles: University of California Press, pp. 168-182.

l988 The Phantom Patrol: Reconciling Native Narratives and Colonial Documents in Reconstructing the History of Exploration in Papua New Guinea (with H. Kurita). Journal of Pacific History.

l99l Like People You See in a Dream (with Robert Crittenden). Stanford: Stanford University Press.

1995 Early Contact as Drama and Manipulation in the Southern Highlands of

Papua New Guinea: Pacification as Structure of the Conjuncture. Comparative Studies in Society and History 37(3):555-579.

1995 On Failure and Performance. In C. Laderman and M. Roseman, eds., The Performance of Healing. NY: Routledge, pp. 59-90.

1996 Evil Spirit Sickness, The Christian Disease: Innovation of a New Syndrome of Mental Derangement and Redemption in Papua New Guinea. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 20:1-39.

1997 History and the Fate of the Forest. Anthropological Forum 7(4):575-597.

1998 Problematizing Performance. In Felicia Hughes-Freeland, ed., Ritual, Performance, Media (ASA Monograph 35). NY: Routledge, pp. 194-207.

1998 Kaluli Dance (with Steven Feld), In The International Encyclopedia of Dance.Selma New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 80-82.

2000 Remembering First Contact: Realities and Romance (with Robert Crittenden). In Robert Borofsky, ed., Exploring Pacific Pasts: an Invitation to Remake History. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, pp.112-132.

2006aMoving Performance to Text: Can performance be transcribed? Oral Tradition 20(1): 80-92.

2006b Participation, in Theorizing Rituals: Classical Topics, Theoretical Approaches, Analytical Concepts, Volume 1, Jens Kreinath, Jan Snoek, Michael Stausberg, eds. Leiden: Brill, pp. 615-625.

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Bosavi Publications by Bambi B. Schieffelin

1981 A sociolinguistic analysis of a relationship. Discourse Processes 4(2):189-196.Reprinted In J. Baugh & J. Sherzer eds.,. Language in Use. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. 1984.

1982 Hard words: A functional basis for Kaluli discourse (with Steven Feld). In D. Tannen ed., Analyzing Discourse: Text and Talk. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, pp. 350-370. Reprinted In D. Brenneis and R. MacCauley eds. The Matrix of LanguageBoulder, CO: Westview 1996.

1984 Language acquisition and socialization: Three developmental stories and their implications (with E. Ochs) in R. Shweder, ed., Culture Theory: Essays on Mind, Self and Emotion. NY: Cambridge University Press. Reprinted In B. Blount ed., Language, Culture, & Society, 2nd ed. Prospect Heights. IL: Waveland 1995.

1986 The acquisition of Kaluli. In D. Slobin ed., The Cross-Linguistic Study of Language Acquisition. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 525-593.

1986 Teasing and shaming in Kaluli children's interactions. In B. B. Schieffelin & E. Ochs eds., Language Socialization across Cultures. NY: Cambridge University Press, pp. 165-181.

1987 Do different worlds mean different words? An example from Papua New Guinea. In S. Philips, S. Steele, & C. Tanz eds., Language, Gender and Sex in Comparative Perspective. NY: Cambridge University Press, pp. 249-260.

1990 The Give and Take of Everyday Life: Language Socialization of Kaluli Children. NY: Cambridge University Press.

1991 Sociolinguistic dimensions of Kaluli relationship terms (with Steven Feld). In A. Pawley ed., Man and a Half: Essays in Pacific Anthropology and Ethnobiology in Honour of Ralph Bulmer. Auckland: The Polynesian Society, pp. 451- 454.

1995 The impact of language socialization on grammatical development (with E. Ochs). In P. Fletcher & B. MacWhinney eds., Handbook of Child Language. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 73-94

1995 Creating evidence: Making sense of written words in Bosavi. Pragmatics 5(2): 225-244. Reprinted In E. Ochs, E. Schegloff & S. Thompson eds., Interaction and Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

1998 Bosavi-English-Tok-Pisin Dictionary. (with Steven Feld). Canberra, ANU: Pacific Linguistics C-153.

2000 Introducing Kaluli literacy: A chronology of influences. In P. Kroskrity ed., Regimes of Language. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, pp. 293-327

2002 Marking time: The dichotomizing discourse of multiple temporalities. Current Anthropology 43: 5-17.

2007 Found in translating: Reflexive language across time and texts, in Consequences of Contact: Language Ideologies and Sociocultural Transformations in Pacific Societies, B.B. Schieffelin and M. Makihara, eds., Oxford University Press, pp. 140-165. 

2008a Speaking only your own mind: Reflections on confession, gossip, and intentionality in Bosavi (PNG). Anthropological Quarterly 81(2): 431-441. 

2008b Tok bokis, tok piksa: Translating parables in Papua New Guinea, in Social Lives in Language: Sociolinguistics and Multilingual Speech Communities, M. Meyerhoff and N. Nagy, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 111-134

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Bosavi Publications by Steven Feld

1977 Ethno-ornithology of the Mt. Bosavi region. New Guinea Bird Society Newsletter 132: 9-10.

1978 To make men cry: the poetry of heyalo. Gigibori 4(1): 14-17.

1981 ‘Flow like a waterfall': The metaphors of Kaluli musical theory. Yearbook for Traditional Music 13: 22-47. Translated In Yoshio Tozawa and Susumu Shono, eds., Ongaku-bigaku (Musical aesthetics). Tokyo: Keiso-shobo, pp. 183-228, 1987.

1982 Hard words: a functional basis for Kaluli discourse. (with Bambi B. Schieffelin) In D. Tannen, (ed.). Analyzing discourse: text and talk. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, pp. 351-371. Reprinted In Donald Brenneis and Ronald MacCauley, eds., The Matrix of Language. New York: Westview, pp. 56-73.

1982 Sound as a symbolic system: the Kaluli drum. Bikmaus 4(3):78-89. Reprinted, revised In C. Frisbie, ed., Explorations in Ethnomusicology: Essays in honor of David P. McAllesterDetroit Monographs in Musicology, 9. Detroit: Information Coordinators, pp. 147-58, 1986. Reprinted, revised and expanded In David Howes, ed. The Varieties of Sensory Experience: a Sourcebook in the Anthropology of the Senses. .Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 79-99.

1982 Sound and Sentiment: Birds, Weeping, Poetics and Song in Kaluli Expression. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 2nd edition, expanded, l990; Japanese edition, Heibon-sha, l988.

1984 Sound structure as social structure. Ethnomusicology 28(3): 383-409. Reprinted In Kay Kaufman Shelemay, ed., Music as Culture. (The Garland Library of Readings in Ethnomusicology, Volume 3). New York: Garland Publishing. 1990, Translated as Struttura sonora come struttura sociale, In Tullia Magrini, ed., Uomini e Suoni: Prospettive Antropologiche nella Ricerca Musicale. Bologna: CLUEB, pp. 145-181, 1995.

1986 Orality and consciousness, In Yoshihiko Tokumaru and Osamu Yamaguti, eds. The oral and literate in music. Tokyo: Academia Music, pp. 18-28.

1987 Dialogic editing: interpreting how Kaluli read Sound and Sentiment. Cultural Anthropology 2(2):190-210.

1988 Aesthetics as iconicity of style , or, ‘lift-up-over-sounding': getting into the Kaluli groove. Yearbook for Traditional Music 20:74-113. Reprinted In Music Grooves, Charles Keil and Steven Feld. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 109-150. 1994. Translated, abridged as Poétiques et politiques du style Kaluli. Revue de Musique des Universités Canadiennes 10 (2):103-136, 1990; translated, abridged as Where the Music of Nature is the Nature of Music. Polyphone . (in Japanese) 5:105-117, 1989.

1990 Aesthetics and Synesthesia in Kaluli Ceremonial Dance. Journal of Dance Ethnology 14:1-16.

1990 A Poetics of Tears. American Writing 1:55-63.

1990 Wept thoughts: the voicing of Kaluli memories. Oral Tradition 5 (2-3):241-266. Reprinted In Ruth Finnegan and Margaret Orbell, eds., South Pacific Oral Traditions. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 85-108. 1995.

1991 Voices of the Rainforest. Public Culture 4(1):131-140. Reprinted, expanded as Voices of the Rainforest, "Imperialist Nostalgia" and the Politics of Music. Arena 99/100:164-177, 1992.

1991 Cockatoo, Hornbill, Kingfisher. In Andrew Pawley, ed. Man and a half: essays in Pacific Anthropology and Ethnobiology in honour of Ralph Bulmer. Auckland: The Polynesian Society, pp. 207-213.

1991 Sociolinguistic dimensions of Kaluli relationship terms (with Bambi B. Schieffelin), In Andrew Pawley, ed. Man and a half: essays in Pacific Anthropology and Ethnobiology in honour of Ralph Bulmer. Auckland: The Polynesian Society, pp. 451-454.

1994 From Ethnomusicology to Echo-muse-ecology: Reading R. Murray Schafer in the Papua New Guinea Rainforest. The Soundscape Newsletter/World Forum for Acoustic Ecology, Number 8 (June), pp. 4-6.

1994 Gone Reflections. American Writing 9:37-41.

1994 From Schizophonia to Schismogenesis. In Charles Keil and Steven Feld, Music Grooves. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 257-289. Reprinted In George Marcus and Fred Myers, eds., The Traffic in Culture. Los Angeles: University of California Press, pp. 96-126. 1995.

1996 A Poetics of Place: Ecological and Aesthetic Co-evolution in a Papua New Guinea Rainforest Community. In Roy F. Ellen and Katsuyoshi Fukui, eds., Redefining Nature: Ecology, Culture, and Domestication. London: Berg, pp. 61-87. Reprinted, abridged as Lift-Up-Over Sounding, in David Rotheberg and Marta Ulvaeus, eds., The Music and Nature Book, Wesleyan University Press, 2001.

1996 Waterfalls of Song: An Acoustemology of Place Resounding in Bosavi, Papua New Guinea, In Steven Feld and Keith Basso, eds., Senses of Place. Santa Fé: School of American Research Press, pp. 91-135.

1998 "They Repeatedly Lick Their Own Things." Critical Inquiry 24(2):445-472. Reprinted In Lauren Berlant, ed. Intimacy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 165-192. 2000.

1998 Kaluli Dance (with Edward L. Schieffelin). International Encyclopedia of Dance New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 80-82.

1998 Bosavi-English-Tok Pisin Dictionary. (with Bambi B. Schieffelin, Ho:ido: Degelo:, Ho:nowo: Degili, Kulu Fuale, Ayasilo Ha:ina, and Da:ina Ha:waba:) Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, C-153, Australian National University.

1999 Acoustemology and the Anthropology of Sound Worlds (in Japanese). In Yoichi Yamada, ed., Sounds of Nature, Sounds of Culture. Kyoto: MOA International.

2000 Sound worlds, In Patricia Kruth and Henry Stobart eds., Sound: The Darwin Lectures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 173-198

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Bosavi Publications by Edward L. Schieffelin
Bosavi Publications by Bambi B. Schieffelin
Bosavi Publications by Steven Feld