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Origins and migrations in the extended eastern Himalayas [Texte imprimé] /

de Huber, Toni (edt.) ; Blackburn, Stuart. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (viii-336 p.) : ill., cartes, couv. ill. en coul. ; 25 cm.Collection: Brill's Tibetan studies library, ISSN 1568-6183Édition: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2012.ISBN: 9789004226913 (rel); 9004226915 (rel); 9789004228368 (éd. électronique); 9004228365 (éd. électronique).Contenu: Introduction / Toni Huber and Stuart Blackburn (p.1-10) -- Trans-Himalayan Migrations as Processes, not Events : Towards a Theoretical Framework / Geoff Childs (p.11-32) -- Where the Waters Dry Up : The Place of Origin in Rai Myth and Ritual / Martin Gaenszle (p.33-47) -- Where did the Question "Where did My Tribe Come From?" Come From? / Robbins Burling (p.49-62) -- Coevolving with the Landscape? Migration Narratives and the Environmental History of the Nyishi Tribe in Upland Arunachal Pradesh / Alexander Aisher (p.63-82) -- Micro-Migrations of Hill Peoples in Northern Arunachal Pradesh : Rethinking Methodologies and Claims of Origins in Tibet / Toni Huber (p.83-106) -- Apatani Ideas and Idioms of Origins / Stuart Blackburn (p.107-123) -- Migration Narratives, Official Classifications, and Local identities : The Memba of the Hidden Land of Pachakshiri / Kerstin Grothmann (p.125-151) -- The Language, Culture, Environment and Origins of Proto-Tani Speakers : What is Knowable, and What is not (yet) / Mark W. Post (p.153-186) -- Glimpses of the Ethnolinguistic Prehistory of Northeastern India / George van Driem (p.187-211) -- Origin and Migration Myths in the Rhetoric of Naga Independence and Collective Identity / Marion Wettstein (p.213-238) -- Oral Histories and the "Origins" of Current Peoples : Dynamic Ethnogenesis, with Remarks upon the Limitations of Language-Family Subgrouping / F.K.L. Chit Hlaing (p.239-251) -- Cords and Connections : Ritual and Spatial Integration in the Jinghpaw Cultural Zone / Mandy Sadan (p.253-273) -- Origin and Return : Genesis and the Souls of the Dead in Naxi Myth and Ritual / Charles F. McKhann (p.275-298) -- Migrating Brothers and Party-State Discourses on Ethnic Origin in Southwest China / Koen Wellens (p.299-319)Table des matières / Sommaire: Trans-Himalayan Migrations as Processes, not Events: Towards a Theoretical Framework / Geoff ChildsWhere the Waters Dry Up: The Place of Origin in Rai Myth and Ritual / Martin GaenszleWhere did the Question "Where did My Tribe Come From ?" Come From? / Robbins BurlingCoevolving with the Landscape? Migration Narratives and the Environmental History of the Nyishi Tribe in Upland Arunachal Pradesh / Alexander AisherMicro-Migrations of Hill Peoples in Northern Arunachal Pradesh: Rethinking Methodologies and Claims of Origins in Tibet / Toni HuberApatani Ideas and Idioms of Origins / Stuart BlackburnMigration Narratives, Official Classifications, and Local identities: The Memba of the Hidden Land of Pachakshiri / Kerstin GrothmannThe Language, Culture, Environment and Origins of Proto-Tani Speakers: What is Knowable, and What is not (yet) / Mark W. PostGlimpses of the Ethnolinguistic Prehistory of Northeastern India / George van DriemOrigin and Migration Myths in the Rhetoric of Naga Independence and Collective Identity / Marion WettsteinOral Histories and the "Origins" of Current Peoples: Dynamic Ethnogenesis, with Remarks upon the Limitations of Language-Family Subgrouping / F.K.L. Chit HlaingCords and Connections: Ritual and Spatial Integration in the Jinghpaw Cultural Zone / Mandy SadanOrigin and Return: Genesis and the Souls of the Dead in Naxi Myth and Ritual / Charles F. McKhannMigrating Brothers and Party-State Discourses on Ethnic Origin in Southwest China / Koen WellensSujet RAMEAU: Montagnards Himalaya | Ethnologie Himalaya | Tibeto-Burman peoples Himalaya Mountains Origin | Tibeto-Burman peoples Migrations History | Tibeto-Burman peoples Himalaya Mountains History | Tibeto-Burman peoples Himalaya Mountains Social life and customs | Mountain people Himalaya Mountains | Ethnology Himalaya MountainsSujet géographique RAMEAU: Himalaya Émigration et immigration Histoire | Himalaya Moeurs et coutumes | Himalaya Relations interethniques | Himalaya Mountains Emigration and immigration History | Himalaya Mountains Social life and customs | Himalaya Mountains Ethnic relationsThématique: Histoire | Ethnologie | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Origine | Anthropologie | Rituel | Moeurs et coutumes | Vie sociale | Immigration | Migrations | Emigration | MontagneGéographique: Arunachal Pradesh | HimalayaEthnique: Nyishi | Naxi | Tibéto birmanType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-Bas
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Notes bibliogr. Bibliogr. en fin de contributions. Index.

Introduction / Toni Huber and Stuart Blackburn (p.1-10) -- Trans-Himalayan Migrations as Processes, not Events : Towards a Theoretical Framework / Geoff Childs (p.11-32) -- Where the Waters Dry Up : The Place of Origin in Rai Myth and Ritual / Martin Gaenszle (p.33-47) -- Where did the Question "Where did My Tribe Come From?" Come From? / Robbins Burling (p.49-62) -- Coevolving with the Landscape? Migration Narratives and the Environmental History of the Nyishi Tribe in Upland Arunachal Pradesh / Alexander Aisher (p.63-82) -- Micro-Migrations of Hill Peoples in Northern Arunachal Pradesh : Rethinking Methodologies and Claims of Origins in Tibet / Toni Huber (p.83-106) -- Apatani Ideas and Idioms of Origins / Stuart Blackburn (p.107-123) -- Migration Narratives, Official Classifications, and Local identities : The Memba of the Hidden Land of Pachakshiri / Kerstin Grothmann (p.125-151) -- The Language, Culture, Environment and Origins of Proto-Tani Speakers : What is Knowable, and What is not (yet) / Mark W. Post (p.153-186) -- Glimpses of the Ethnolinguistic Prehistory of Northeastern India / George van Driem (p.187-211) -- Origin and Migration Myths in the Rhetoric of Naga Independence and Collective Identity / Marion Wettstein (p.213-238) -- Oral Histories and the "Origins" of Current Peoples : Dynamic Ethnogenesis, with Remarks upon the Limitations of Language-Family Subgrouping / F.K.L. Chit Hlaing (p.239-251) -- Cords and Connections : Ritual and Spatial Integration in the Jinghpaw Cultural Zone / Mandy Sadan (p.253-273) -- Origin and Return : Genesis and the Souls of the Dead in Naxi Myth and Ritual / Charles F. McKhann (p.275-298) -- Migrating Brothers and Party-State Discourses on Ethnic Origin in Southwest China / Koen Wellens (p.299-319)

Trans-Himalayan Migrations as Processes, not Events: Towards a Theoretical Framework / Geoff Childs Where the Waters Dry Up: The Place of Origin in Rai Myth and Ritual / Martin Gaenszle Where did the Question "Where did My Tribe Come From ?" Come From? / Robbins Burling Coevolving with the Landscape? Migration Narratives and the Environmental History of the Nyishi Tribe in Upland Arunachal Pradesh / Alexander Aisher Micro-Migrations of Hill Peoples in Northern Arunachal Pradesh: Rethinking Methodologies and Claims of Origins in Tibet / Toni Huber Apatani Ideas and Idioms of Origins / Stuart Blackburn Migration Narratives, Official Classifications, and Local identities: The Memba of the Hidden Land of Pachakshiri / Kerstin Grothmann The Language, Culture, Environment and Origins of Proto-Tani Speakers: What is Knowable, and What is not (yet) / Mark W. Post Glimpses of the Ethnolinguistic Prehistory of Northeastern India / George van Driem Origin and Migration Myths in the Rhetoric of Naga Independence and Collective Identity / Marion Wettstein Oral Histories and the "Origins" of Current Peoples: Dynamic Ethnogenesis, with Remarks upon the Limitations of Language-Family Subgrouping / F.K.L. Chit Hlaing Cords and Connections: Ritual and Spatial Integration in the Jinghpaw Cultural Zone / Mandy Sadan Origin and Return: Genesis and the Souls of the Dead in Naxi Myth and Ritual / Charles F. McKhann Migrating Brothers and Party-State Discourses on Ethnic Origin in Southwest China / Koen Wellens

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