The Register of
Roy Rappaport Papers
1961 - 1985
Mandeville Special Collections Library
University of California, San Diego
Extent: 15.50 linear feet (37 archives boxes, 5 card file boxes and 3 oversize folders)
Master reel-to-reel and cassette audio-tapes in Series 7 are restricted. Researchers must request a listening copy to be produced.
Papers of Roy A. Rappaport, an ethnographic anthropologist whose area of specialization was the religious ritual of the Tsembaga people of the Maring speaking region in Papua New Guinea. The Rappaport Papers represent the research and materials generated from his fieldwork with the Tsembaga Maring of the Simbai Valley during two field trips (1962-1963 and 1981-1982). Rappaport's first field trip was in conjunction with Columbia University for his dissertation, and the second trip served as a follow-up study. Rappaport's research was concerned with the means by which ritual mediates the relationships of a congregation, or population, to entities external to itself. The papers include correspondence with colleagues, students, friends, and local Papua New Guinea officials; manuscripts of published and unpublished works; ethnographic data collected in field notebooks; typescript summaries; diaries; photographs and audiorecordings. The papers span the period 1961 to 1985, with the bulk dates of 1962 -1982. The papers are arranged in eight series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) FIELD NOTES 1962-1963, 3) FIELD NOTES 1981-1982, 4) WRITINGS, 5) TEACHING MATERIAL, 6) PHOTOGRAPHS, 7) AUDIORECORDINGS, and 8) WRITINGS BY OTHERS.
Roy A. (Skip) Rappaport was born in New York City on March 25, 1926. Rappaport earned his B.S. in hotel administration from Cornell University (1949) and his Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia University (1966).
From October 1962 to December 1963, Rappaport spent fourteen months in the Simbai Valley of the Madang Territory in Papua New Guinea researching the Tsembaga Maring for his dissertation. The Tsembaga Maring, shifting swidden horticulturists, occupied approximately three square miles of the southern wall of the Simbai Valley, a region that had been contacted (1958) and "controlled" (1962) by the Australian government. His research was concerned with the means by which ritual mediates the relationships of a congregation, or population, to entities external to itself. During his time there, Rappaport collected extensive information on Tsembaga demography, ritual, animal husbandry, gardening, linguistics, and nutrition. His research was supplemented by contact with other researchers in the Simbai Valley working with neighboring tribes, including Andrew and Cherry Vayda and Allison and Marek Jablonko, who were associated with the Columbia University Expedition with Rappaport. In addition, Ann Rappaport, who accompanied her husband in the field, was primarily responsible for the Tsembaga Maring linguistic research.
Rappaport's dissertation, RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING (1966), was later expanded to PIGS FOR THE ANCESTORS: RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE (1967). It became a landmark study of human ecology in a New Guinea central highland tribal society.
Just prior to defending his dissertation, Rappaport accepted a position in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Michigan where he was a faculty member from 1965 until 1997, eventually distinguishing himself as the Walgreen Professor for the Study of Human Understanding. In addition, he served as the chair (1975-1980) of the Department of Anthropology and was the president of the American Anthropological Association from 1987-1989.
A grant from the National Science Foundation enabled Rappaport to take a second trip to the Simbai Valley from October 1981 to August 1982. This trip served as a follow-up study designed to analyze the change and acculturation of the Tsembaga Maring under increasing pressure from Western culture.
Rappaport authored two additional books: ECOLOGY, MEANING, AND RELIGION (1984) and, RITUAL AND RELIGION IN THE MAKING OF HUMANITY (1999), published posthumously. He also authored over 60 journal articles.
Roy Rappaport died on October 9, 1997 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Scope and Content
The Roy A. Rappaport Papers document the research and materials generated from Rappaport's two field trips (1962-1963 and 1981-1982) to the Simbai Valley in the Madang Territory of Papua New Guinea while studying the ritual and ecology of the Tsembaga Maring. The fieldwork from 1962-1963 represents Rappaport's research for his dissertation. The second trip (1981-1982) served as a follow-up study that reflects similar interests but ultimately demonstrates how the Tsembaga Maring have acculturated in the face of increasing pressure from Western culture. There is a greater breadth and depth of research material from the first trip; however, the research from the second trip evidences some comparative studies. The materials represented in the Rappaport Papers include correspondence with colleagues, students, friends, and local officials; manuscripts of published and unpublished works; ethnographic data collected in field notebooks; typescript summaries; diaries; photographs; audiorecordings; and, writings from others related to his area of research. In addition, Rappaport's wife, Ann, compiled extensive Tsembaga Maring linguistic material, which is also represented. The papers occupy 15.4 linear feet and are arranged in eight series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE; 2) FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963; 3) FIELD NOTES 1981-1982; 4) WRITINGS; 5) TEACHING MATERIALS; 6) PHOTOGRAPHS; 7) AUDIORECORDINGS; and 8) WRITINGS BY OTHERS.
SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE
This series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and contains correspondence with Rappaport's colleagues, friends, and associates spanning the years 1962-1980. Notable correspondence concerning research include letters from Georgeda Bick, Ralph Bulmer, Edward LiPuma, Mervyn Meggitt, Allison Jablonko, Cherry Lowman Vayda, and Andrew Peter Vayda. The folder titled "Simbai Valley Correspondence" contains letters to and from various Simbai Valley denizens including colleagues, friends, informants, and local officials. Several of the correspondent files contain manuscripts and typescripts by the correspondent.
SERIES 2: FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963
The FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963, series is arranged in three subseries: A) Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries; B) Note Cards; and, C) Subject Files.
A) The Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript Summaries subseries is arranged alphabetically by format and thereunder chronologically within each format, and contain Rappaport's notes on the activities of the Tsembaga, such as interviews with informants, details from conversations, linguistic material, and observations. The diaries, field notebooks, and typescript summaries reflect similar information recorded at different times of the day. The field notebooks contain unrefined information obtained in the field through conversations with informants and observations. Also included in the field notebooks are brief shot lists of several rolls of the black-and-white film. The field notebooks are supplemented by field notebooks titled "Scaling books," which record trophic data of individual families. The typescript summaries are detailed recapitulations of the field notebooks with some explication or supposition of the three formats; they offer the greatest depth and breadth of information. In addition to being a general recapitulation of Rappaport's activities, the diaries also reflect chores, ideas to explore, personal information, and general observations not necessarily pertinent to Rappaport's dissertation.
B) The Note Card subseries is arranged alphabetically by category. The categories include notes on linguistics, PIGS FOR THE ANCESTORS, and research material. The research material is primarily composed of gardening notes, including botany and horticultural techniques, and notes regarding Tsembaga cultural dynamics, such as political organizations, economics, religion, and art. The linguistic material was primarily compiled by Rappaport's wife, Ann.
C) The Subject File subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject and contains population censuses, garden censuses, aerial photographs and maps of Rappaports's study area, and linguistic material. Also included are two letters from "MM" to Andrew Peter Vayda, Rappaport's advisor, in a folder titled "Preparation Lists and Notes" - the "MM" may refer to Margaret Mead who served as an advisor for the Columbia University Expedition of 1962-1963, as well as a member of Rappaport's dissertation committee.
SERIES 3: FIELD NOTES, 1981-1982
The FIELD NOTES, 1981-1982, series is arranged in three subseries: A) Diaries, Field Notebooks, and Typescript Summaries; B) Note Cards; and, C) Subject Files.
A) The Diaries, Field Notebooks, and Typescript Summaries subseries is arranged by format and thereunder chronologically within each format. The documents are primarily composed of Rappaport's notes on the activities of the Tsembaga and include interviews with informants and detailed accounts of conversations and observations. The 1981-1982 notes reflect similar research interests as that of the 1962-1963 notes with the addition of comparative observations.
B) The Note Card subseries contains research notes arranged alphabetically by subject and reflect changes in the cultural dynamics of the Tsembaga.
C) The Subject File subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject. There are comparative notes on the garden censuses between Rappaport's 1962-1963 and 1981-1982 field work in the folder titled "Gardens, 1963 -1982." The personal censuses material (box 19, folders 3-15) in this subseries corresponds with that of the 1962-1963 personal censuses material (box 10, folders 7-17).
SERIES 4: WRITINGS OF RAPPAPORT
The Writings of Rappaport series is arranged alphabetically by title. Included in the subseries are several draft versions of Rappaport's dissertation, RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING; an abandoned or renamed project titled Maring Environment and Subsistence; and revisions for PIGS FOR THE ANCESTORS.
SERIES 5: TEACHING MATERIALS
The TEACHING MATERIALS series contains course material, such as syllabi, notes and assignments, from both courses Rappaport participated in as a graduate student as well as material he used as a professor. In addition, material from seminars that Rappaport participated in is included in this series.
SERIES 6: PHOTOGRAPHS
The PHOTOGRAPHS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Black-and-White Prints and B) Color Slides.
A) The Black-and-White Prints subseries contains photoprints and contact sheets of images taken from Rappaport's 1962-1963 fieldwork. The images document daily village life as well as aspects of ritual. Several of the contact sheets have corresponding shot lists associated with them located in SERIES 2A.
B) The Color Slides subseries is divided into two distinct groups labelled "S" and "T." The "S" slides are from a 1960 Tahitian archaeological expedition that Rappaport participated in and includes slides taken in Taiwan, Japan, Australia, and New York. The "T" slides are from Rappaport's 1962-1963 Papua New Guinea field work and document daily village activity as well as aspects of ritual. Generally, there is descriptive annotation on the slides. This subseries contains several images of Rappaport, as well as his wife Ann.
SERIES 7: AUDIORECORDINGS
The AUDIORECORDINGS series contains two subseries: A) Reel-to-Reel and B) Cassettes.
A) The Reel-to-Reel subseries contains 16 reel-to-reel tapes made during Rappaport's 1962-1963 fieldwork in New Guinea. These recordings document linguistic exercises, Maring dialogue, recording instructions, chanting, drumming, and singing.
B) The Cassettes subseries contains 29 cassette tapes recorded during Rappaport's 1981-1982 fieldwork in New Guinea. These tapes document court cases, religious ceremonies, popular songs, and interviews.
Restriction note: master reel-to-reel and cassette audio-tapes in Series 7 are restrictied. Researchers must request a listening copy to be produced.
SERIES 8: WRITINGS BY OTHERS
The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series contains primarily papers and government reports pertaining to Rappaport's research interests. Publications are concerned with various aspects of life in Melanesia and cover a broad range of topics from politics, population statistics, and agriculture to traditional systems of beliefs, rituals, and customs of distinct linguistic groups. The series is arranged in three subseries: A) Articles, B) Government Regulations and Reports, and C) Miscellaneous Materials. Each of the subseries is filed in alphabetical order by title of the publication.
CORRESPONDENCEReturn to Menu
|1||1||Adams, R. N., 1964.|
|1||2||Bargatzky, Thomas, 1980.|
|1||3||Barrao, J., 1965.|
|1||4||Bensley Agency, 1964.|
|1||5||Bick, Georgeda, 1966 - 1969.|
|1||6||Bulmer, Ralph, 1963 - 1965.|
|1||7||Center for Research on Social Organization, 1967.|
|1||8||Chenoweth, David, 1964.|
|1||9||Clarke, William, 1965 - 1971. Includes a mimeograph portion of Rappaport's dissertation with the heading "Notes on Orthography."|
|1||10||Clarke, William and John Street, 1964.|
|1||11||Cook, Ed and Nancy.|
|1||12||Damas, David, 1967.|
|1||13||Denevan, William, 1967.|
|1||14||Forum for Detroit Area Metropolitan Goals, 1967.|
|1||15||Green, Roger, 1967.|
|1||16||Holloman, Gina, 1967.|
|1||17||I O Magazine.|
|1||18||Jablonko, Allison, 1963 - 1968.|
|1||19||Jablonko, Allison, 1967. Includes a typescript draft of "The Movement of the Maring of New Guinea."|
|1||20||Jorgenson, Dan, 1979. Includes an application for research grant, "Urgent Ethnography in Telefolmin: The Dismantling of Telefolip" and a typescript, "What's in a Name: The Meaning of Meaninglessness in Telefolmin."|
|1||22||Kaplan, Stephen, 1972 - 1978. Includes course materials as well as published and unpublished articles by Kaplan and others.|
|1||23||Kavali, Thomas, 1964 - 1969.|
|1||24||Ketchin, Ann, 1980.|
|1||25||King, Glen, 1966.|
|1||26||Levy, Bob, 1965 - 1967.|
|1||27||LiPuma, Edward, 1977 - 1979.|
|1||28||Loison, Guy, 1965.|
|1||29||Lowman, Cherry (formerly Cherry Lowman Vayda), 1963 - 1978. Includes her curriculum vita and a typescript outline of her Ph.D dissertation, "Culture, Health, and Environment: A Regional Perspective on Human Adaptation in Montane New Guinea."|
|1||30||MacCormac, Ron, 1964.|
|1||31||Macfarlane, W. V., 1965.|
|1||32||Meggitt, Mervyn, 1964 - 1967.|
|1||33||Oram, Nigel, 1964.|
|1||34||Periot, Jean and Eva.|
|2||1||Popenoe, Hugh, 1963 - 1964. Soil sample measurements and analysis.|
|2||2||Richardson, Penelope, 1965.|
|2||3||Robin, Mrs. Peter, 1964.|
|2||4||Sahlins, Marshall, 1965.|
|2||5||SCIENTIFIC AMERICA, 1971.|
|2||6||Simbai Valley - Correspondence, 1962 - 1963. Includes a wide variety of correspondence between the Rappaports and others, i.e., patrol officers, informants, doctors, and other researchers doing field work in the vacinity; the correspondence in this folder is informal, personal in tone and geographically confined to the Simbai Valley.|
|2||7||Souter, Gavin, 1964.|
|2||8||Street, John, 1964 - 1968.|
|2||9||Szent-Ivany, Dr. J. J. H., 1963 - 1965.|
|2||10||Tuden, Arthur and Leonard Plotnicov, 1966.|
|2||11||University Microfims, Inc., 1966.|
|2||12||Vayda, Andrew Peter, 1965 - 1979.|
|2||13||Watson, James B., 1963.|
|2||14||Whang, Roy, 1967.|
|2||15||Whiting, Marjorie, 1965.|
|2||16||Wooden, John, 1966.|
|2||17||Yale University Press, 1966 - 1967.|
|2||18||Yengoyan, Aram, 1966 - 1967.|
|2||19||Unidentified Correspondents, 1963 - 1980. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.|
FIELD NOTES, 1962-1963Return to Menu
Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript SummariesReturn to Menu
|2||20||Diary, 1962. July 30 - August 26.|
|2||21||Diary, 1962. August 26 - October 5.|
|2||22||Diary, 1963. February 3 - June 3.|
|2||23||Diary, 1963. February 10 - June 30.|
|2||24||Diary, 1963. July 1 - November 2.|
|2||25||Diary, 1963. November 3 - November 24.|
|2||26||Diary - Ann Rappaport, 1963. April 9 - April 24.|
|3||1||Field Notebook #1, 1962. July 30 - August 25.|
|3||2||Field Notebook #2, 1962. August 26 - September 18.|
|3||3||Field Notebook #3, 1962. September 29 - November 2.|
|3||4||Field Notebook #4, 1962. November 3 - November 28.|
|3||5||Field Notebook #5, 1962. November 30 - December 13.|
|3||6||Field Notebook #6, 1962. December 14 - December 30.|
|3||7||Field Notebook #7, 1962 - 1963. December 30, 1962 - February 2, 1963.|
|3||8||Field Notebook #8, 1963. January 13 - March 10.|
|3||9||Field Notebook #9, 1963. March 11 - April 13.|
|3||10||Field Notebook #10, 1963. April 9 - May 13.|
|3||11||Field Notebook #11, 1963. May 3 - May 31.|
|4||1||Field Notebook #12, 1963. May 31 - July 3.|
|4||2||Field Notebook #13, 1963. July 4 - August 3.|
|4||3||Field Notebook #14, 1963. August 3 - August 23.|
|4||4||Field Notebook #15, 1963. August 23 - September 8.|
|4||5||Field Notebook #16, 1963. September 9 - September 22.|
|4||6||Field Notebook #17, 1963. September 23 - November 26.|
|4||7||Field Notebook #18, 1963. October 22 - November 3.|
|4||8||Field Notebook #19, 1963. November 4 - November 15.|
|4||9||Field Notebook #20, 1963. Novmeber 15 - November 27.|
|4||10||Field Notebook #21, 1963. November 27 - December 10.|
|4||11||Field Notebook #22, 1963. December 10 - December 21.|
|5||1||Field Notebook - Ann Rappaport - #1, 1962. August 29 - October 23.|
|5||2||Field Notebook - Ann Rappaport - #2, 1962. October 21 - December 16.|
|5||3||Field Notebook - Ann Rappaport - #3, 1963. January 13 -April 22.|
|5||4||Field Notebook - Ann Rappaport - #4, 1963. May 4 - July 25.|
|5||5||Field Notebook - Ann Rappaport - #5, 1963. September 11 - November 17.|
|5||6||Field Notebook - Botanical log book.|
|5||7||Field Notebook - Catalogue book.|
|5||8||Field Notebook - Scale book, 1963. February 4 - March 27.|
|5||9||Field Notebook - Scale book - #1, 1963. February 12 - May 27.|
|5||10||Field Notebook - Scale book - #2, 1963. May 5 - June 21.|
|5||11||Field Notebook - Scale book - #3, 1963. June 22 - August 21.|
|6||1||Field Notebook - Scale book - #4, 1963. August 22 - October 17.|
|6||2||Field Notebook - Scale book - #5, 1963. October 18 - December 14.|
|6||3||Field Notebook - Tsembaga consumption record, 1963. March 11 - December 12.|
|6||4||Typescript Summary, 1962 - 1963. October 25 - February 9.|
|6||5||Typescript Summary, 1963. February 11 - April 9.|
|6||6||Typescript Summary, 1963. April 9 - May 31.|
|6||7||Typescript Summary, 1963. June 2 - July 5.|
|6||8||Typescript Summary, 1963. July 10 - August 27.|
|6||9||Typescript Summary, 1963. August 27 - October 8.|
|6||10||Typescript Summary, 1963. October 8 - December 9.|
Note CardsReturn to Menu
|7||1||Note Cards - Linguistic Material, 1962 - 1963. Includes the following headings: "Verb Conjugation," "English to Maring," "Phonetics - Phonemics," "Morpheme Inventory," "Syntax Relations," "Semanitcs," and "Miscellaneous."|
|8||1||Note Cards - Linguistic Material, 1962 - 1963. Includes the following headings: "Botany," "Utterances," "Class Membership," and "Flash-Cards."|
|9||1||Note Cards - Research material, 1962 - 1963. Includes the following headings: "Subsistence," "Crops," "Maring Garden Rituals," and "Subject Note Cards."|
Subject FileReturn to Menu
|10||1||Adelberts - Includes bibliographic references to Madang, Papua New Guinea.|
|10||2||MC-141-03||Archaeological Midden Charts.|
|10||3||Border Parley with Kundagai, 1963. January 18.|
|10||4||Botany - Analysis of Tsembaga area, 1964.|
|10||5||Botany - New Guinea, 1962.|
|10||6||Census Material, 1963. Pan Maring survey (Vayda) and Maring demography and health (Bick).|
|10||7||Census Material - Personal census, Kamungagai-Aitiga, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||8||Census Material - Personal census, Kamungagai-Amangai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||9||Census Material - Personal census, Kamungagai-Wendagai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||10||Census Material - Personal census, Kwibigai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||11||Census Material - Personal census, Merkai-Aitigai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||12||Census Material - Personal census, Merkai-Amangai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||13||Census Material - Personal census, Merkai-Wendagai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||14||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga-Aitigai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||15||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga-Amangai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||16||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga-Tomegai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||17||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga-Wendagai, 1962 - 1963.|
|10||18||Columbia University Expedition (CUE), 1963 - 1964.|
|10||19||Expedition Budget, Budget Justification, and Supporting Schedules.|
|10||20||Expedition Equipment List, 1962.|
|10||21||Flow Charts of Tsembaga.|
|10||22||Folk Taxonomies, 1963.|
|10||24||Fungai Pigs, 1963 - 1965.|
|10||25||Garden Census, 1962.|
|10||26||Garden Census, 1962.|
|11||1||Garden Production, 1961 - 1962.|
|11||2||Garden Production - Atyimp, 1962 - 1963.|
|11||3||Garden Production - Calculated area, 1961 - 1964.|
|11||4||Garden Production - Form, 1962 - 1963.|
|11||5||Garden Production - Koi, 1962 - 1963.|
|11||6||Garden Production - Land acquisition.|
|11||7||Gardens, 1961 - 1963.|
|11||8||Heights, Weights, and Ages, 1963.|
|11||9||Kinship, 1962. Genaeological material.|
|11||10||Linguistics, 1961 - 1964. Ann Rappaport's notes and outline for the phonology of Tsembaga Maring.|
|11||11||Linguistics, 1963. Ann Rappaport's notes.|
|12||1||Linguistics, 1962 - 1963. Ann Rappaport's notes - Utterances.|
|12||2||Linguistics, 1962 - 1964. Ann Rappaport's notes - Utterances.|
|12||3||Linguistics, 1942 - 1963. Background and course material.|
|12||4||Linguistics - Wurm list, n. d.|
|12||6||Madang List, n. d..|
|12||7||Map Voucher and Correspondence, n. d.|
|12||8||MC-141-02||Maps and Aerial Photographs, n. d.|
|12||9||Maring Axes, 1963.|
|12||10||Maring Crop Inventory.|
|12||11||Maring Ecosystem Simulation Group, 1965. Minutes.|
|12||12||Maring Health, 1966.|
|12||13||Maring Land Conveyance Table, n. d.|
|12||14||Maring Malaria, 1963 - 1965.|
|12||15||Maring Marriage Table, n. d.|
|12||16||Maring Pigs, n. d. Infant mortality rate.|
|12||17||Maring Plant Identification Lists, 1963.|
|12||18||Maring Pork Presentations, n. d.|
|12||19||Maring Survey, 1963.|
|12||20||Maring Synopsis of Features of Social Organizations, 1963.|
|12||21||Maring Tomegai Garden Area Summary, 1961 - 1963.|
|12||22||Maring Trade Table, 1962 - 1963.|
|12||23||Maring Tsembaga Gardening Pairs, 1961 - 1963.|
|12||24||Maring Tsembaga Genealogical Synopsis, 1963.|
|12||25||Maring Tsembaga Heights and Weights, 1966.|
|12||26||Medicine and Health, 1962.|
|12||27||Permit Correspondence Regarding the Removal of Artifacts, 1963.|
|12||28||Preparation Equipment Lists, 1962.|
|13||1||Preparation Lists and Notes, 1953 - 1963. Includes two letters from "MM," possibly Margaret Mead.|
|13||2||Preparatory Material, 1962.|
|13||3||Questions to Answer in an Effort to Discover Basic Thought Patterns.|
|13||4||Skip's Plans. Notes on singsing, censuses, and pig censuses.|
|13||5||Sound Recording Advice.|
|13||6||Ten Commandments, 1963. The "Ten Commandments" in Pidgin English.|
|13||7||Travel and Baggage, 1962. Lists and notes.|
|13||8||Tsembaga Malaria Survey Census, 1963.|
|13||9||Tsembaga Paintings and Drawings.|
|13||11||Tsembaga Pig Acquisition, 1963.|
|13||12||Tsembaga Technology - Arrows.|
|13||13||Tsembaga Technology - Stone blades, 1963.|
|13||14||Tsembaga Trade Relations, 1962 - 1963.|
Maps and Aerial PhotographsReturn to Menu
FIELD NOTES, 1981-1982Return to Menu
Diaries, Field Notebooks and Typescript SummariesReturn to Menu
|13||15||Diary, 1981. September 16 - November 17.|
|13||16||Diary, 1981. September 23 - October 2.|
|13||17||Diary, 1981 - 1982. November 18, 1981 - February 6, 1982.|
|13||18||Diary, 1982. February 7 - April 9.|
|14||1||Diary, 1982. April 10 - May 12.|
|14||2||Diary, 1982. May 13 - July 1.|
|14||3||Diary, 1982. July 2 - August 1.|
|14||4||Field Notebook - #1, 1981. September 23 - October 25.|
|14||5||Field Notebook - #2, 1981. October 25 - November 15.|
|14||6||Field Notebook - #3, 1981. November 16 - December 13.|
|14||7||Field Notebook - #4, 1981 - 1982. December 15, 1981 - January 17, 1982.|
|14||8||Field Notebook - #5, 1982. January 14 - February 13.|
|15||1||Field Notebook - #6, 1982. February 15 - March 31.|
|15||2||Field Notebook - #7, 1982. April 2 - April 28.|
|15||3||Field Notebook - #8, 1982. April 29 - May 21.|
|15||4||Field Notebook - #9, 1982. May 22 - June 4.|
|15||5||Field Notebook - #10, 1982. June 5 - June 20.|
|15||6||Field Notebook - #11, 1982. June 11 - June 20.|
|15||7||Field Notebook - #12, 1982. June 21 - July 1.|
|15||8||Field Notebook - #13, 1982. July 1 - July 14.|
|16||1||Field Notebook - #14, 1982. July 14 - July 20.|
|16||2||Field Notebook - #15, 1982. July 21 - August 3.|
|16||3||Field Notebook - #16, n. d.|
|16||4||Field Notebook - Medical treatment notebook - #1, 1981 - 1982. November 17 - August 4.|
|16||5||Field Notebook - PNG Department of Education - #1, 1981. October 28 - November 2.|
|16||6||Field Notebook - PNG Department of Education - #2, 1981. October 31 - November 6.|
|16||7||Field Notebook - Scale book - #1, 1981 - 1982. November 21, 1981 - February 16, 1982.|
|16||8||Field Notebook - Scale book - #2, 1982. February 20 - June 8.|
|16||9||Field Notebook - Scale book - #3, 1982. June 12 - July 22.|
|16||10||Field Notebook - Shipping etc., 1981 - 1982.|
|17||1||Field Notebook - Unidentified - #1, 1981. December 14 - December 30.|
|17||2||Field Notebook - Unidentified - #2, 1982. February 26 - July 24.|
|17||3||Field Notebook - Unidentified - #3, 1982. July 24.|
|17||4||Typescript Summary, 1981 - 1982. October 22, 1981 - February 21, 1982.|
|17||5||Typescript Summary, 1982. February 28 - April 12|
|17||6||Typescript Summary, 1982. April 14 - June 6.|
Note CardsReturn to Menu
|18||1||Note Cards - Research material, 1981 - 1982.|
Subject FilesReturn to Menu
|19||1||Census Material, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||2||Census Material, 1981 - 1982. Clinic register.|
|19||3||Census Material - Personal census, Dimbagai Yimayagai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||4||Census Material - Personal census, Kamungagai Aitigai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||5||Census Material - Personal census, Kamungagai Amangai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||6||Census Material - Personal census, Kamungagai Wendagai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||7||Census Material - Personal census, Kwipigai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||8||Census Material - Personal census, Merkai Aitigai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||9||Census Material - Personal census, Merkai Amangai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||10||Census Material - Personal census, Merkai Wendagai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||11||Census Material - Personal census, Rauweng, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||12||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga Aitigai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||13||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga Amangai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||14||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga Tomegai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||15||Census Material - Personal census, Tsembaga Wendagai, 1981 - 1982.|
|19||16||Census Material - Personal census, 1981 - 1982. Notes and calculations.|
|19||17||Census Material - Tsembaga census, 1966 - 1974.|
|19||18||Gardens, 1963 - 1982. Includes material from Rappaport's 1962-1963 field work and his 1981-1982 field work.|
|19||20||Gross Energy: Protein and Moisture Samples from Gardens, 1982.|
|19||21||Maring Dictionary, 1973. Includes a typescript "Maring Sentences" by L.B. Woodword (July 1973) and Ann Rappaport's linguistic notes.|
|20||1||Maring Garden Terminology and Definitions.|
|20||2||Maring Tomegai Meal Roster, 1983.|
|20||3||Maring Total Pork Consumption Summary.|
|20||4||New Guinea Finances - Correspondence, 1980 - 1982. Various applications and affiliations.|
|20||5||New Guinea Finances - Ledger, 1981 - 1982.|
|20||6||New Guinea Finances - National Science Foundation research proposal, 1981.|
|20||7||New Guinea Finances - Receipts, 1981 - 1982.|
|20||8||New Guinea Finances - University of Michigan forms, 1981 - 1982.|
|20||10||Report on Research, 1982. A synopsis of Rappaport's 1981-1982 field work submitted to Bato Bultin, Premier, Madang Province. Also includes comparative explication between the 1962-1963 and 1981-1982 field work.|
|20||11||Soil Samples, 1981 - 1982. Includes soil sample data from the 1962-1963 and 1981-1982 field work.|
|20||12||Specimen Identification Telegram, 1982.|
|20||13||Terum and Ancmal, 1982.|
WRITINGSReturn to Menu
|20||14||Aspects of Man's Influence Upon Island Ecosystems: Alteration and Control, 1961.|
|20||15||Change Among the Tsembaga Maring of Papua New Guinea, 1981. Research proposal to the National Science Foundation.|
|21||1||Drafts - Textbook.|
|21||2||Idea of the Sacred. Chapter VIII|
|21||3||Lowland Land Use Food Crops Nutrition Research Meeting.|
|21||4||Maring Environment and Subsistence. Tentative outline.|
|21||5||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Climate" chapter, authored by John Street.|
|21||6||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Extraction" chapter. Typescript with annotation.|
|21||7||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Introduction, Part III."|
|21||8||Maring Environment and Subsistence, 1969 - 1971. Notes from others.|
|21||9||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Physical and Biotic Environment, Part I."|
|21||10||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Production" chapter.|
|21||11||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Production" chapter. Manuscript and typescript draft with extensive annotation.|
|21||12||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Production" chapter. Typescript draft.|
|21||13||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Storage and Distribution" chapter. Manuscript and typescript with extensive annotation|
|22||1||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Storage and Distribution" chapter. Mimeograph draft with extensive annotation.|
|22||2||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Storage and Distribution" chapter. Typescript draft with extensive annotation.|
|22||3||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Storage and Distribution" chapter. Mimeograph draft with annotation from Allison Jablonko.|
|22||4||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Storage and Distribution" chapter. Typescript draft with annotation from Cherry Lowman Vayda.|
|22||5||Maring Environment and Subsistence. "Storage and Distribution" chapter. Typescript draft with annotation from John Street.|
|22||6||Maring Religion, 1964. Outline, co-authored with Cherry Lowman Vayda.|
|22||7||Marriage Among the Maring, 1968. Chapter in PIGS, PEARLSHELLS, AND WOMEN: MARRIAGE IN THE NEW GUINEA HIGHLAND (1969).|
|22||8||Nutritional and Agricultural Research among the Maring People of the Simbai Valley, Simbai District. The article is a comparative study between Rappaport's 1962-1963 field work and his 1981-1982 field work. The mimeograph is annotated in the top right corner of the page with "To appear in KURAKUM DPI Madang Province."|
|22||9||PIGS FOR THE ANCESTORS. Manuscript and typescript draft.|
|23||1||PIGS FOR THE ANCESTORS - Note cards. Bibliography and subject index note cards.|
|24||1||Population, Dispersion, and Land Redistribution among the Maring, 1966. Paper given at a conference in Ottawa, Canada. Includes the manuscript and typescript drafts along with correspondence.|
|24||2||RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING. Abstract - First draft, Chapter 3 "Assimulation." Folders 2-17.|
|25||1||RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING. First draft, Chapter 3 "Environments and Ecosystems" - Second draft, Chapter 1. Folders 1-15.|
|26||1||RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING. Second draft, Chapter 2 - Second draft, Chapter 3. Folders 1-10.|
|27||1||RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING. Second draft, Chapter 3 "Subsistence" - Third draft, Chapter 3. Folders 1-12.|
|28||1||RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING. Third draft, Chapter 4 - Final draft, Chapter 6. Folders 1-11.|
|29||1||RITUAL IN THE ECOLOGY OF A NEW GUINEA PEOPLE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TSEMBAGA MARING. Appendix material. Folders 1-13.|
|29||14||Ritual Regulation of Environmental Relations in New Guinea, 1965. Manuscript draft of a paper presented to the Evolution of Ecological Systems Seminar, Columbia University.|
|29||15||Ritual Regulation of Environmental Relations among the Tsembaga. Typescript drafts with annotation.|
|29||16||Ritual Regulation of the Environmental Relations of the Tsembaga. Manuscript and typescript drafts with extensive annotation.|
|29||17||Ritual, Sanctity, and Adaption. Photocopy of manuscript.|
|29||18||Sacred in Human Evolution. Published as chapter X in EXPLORATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY. Manuscript draft.|
|29||19||Sioux Paper. Manuscript, mimeograph and typescript drafts with annotation.|
TEACHING MATERIALSReturn to Menu
|29||20||Anthropology 526 - Theory and practice in anthropology, 1985. Syllabus.|
|29||21||Poly. Miscellaneous, 1960. Notes regarding Polynesian anthropology and archaeology, including a reprint.|
|29||22||Seminar - Community medicine, 1982.|
|29||23||Seminar - Cultural Ecology - G6215X, 1961 - 1962. Water paper.|
|29||24||Seminar - Ecology, 1968.|
|29||25||Seminar for the Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research (IASER).|
PHOTOGRAPHSReturn to Menu
Black-and-White PrintsReturn to Menu
|30||1||Requests for enlargement, includes some description, 1963.|
|30||2||Archaeological site photographs.|
|30||3||Rolls, "RR 13, 15, 16, and 21".|
|30||4||Rolls, "RRA 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21". Annotation for rolls "RRA 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13" can be found in box 2, folder 2 ("Field Notebook #2"); for rolls "RRA 15, 16, 17, and 18" see box 2, folder 3 ("Field Notebook #3"); and for rolls "RRA 19 and 20" see box 2, folder 4 ("Field Notebook #4).|
|30||5||Rolls "RRB 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, and 25". Annotation for roll "RRB 4" can be found in box 3, folder 7 (Field Notebook #7); for roll "RRB 5" see box 3, folder 8 (Field Notebook #8); for roll "RRB 11" see box 3, folder 9 (Field Notebook #9); and for rolls "RRB 16 and 17" see box 3, folder 11 (Field Notebook #11).|
|30||6||Rolls "RRC 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, and 27".|
|30||8||Unidentified contact sheets.|
Color SlidesReturn to Menu
|30||9||S - 1, 1960.|
|30||10||S - 2, 1960.|
|30||11||S - 3, 1960.|
|30||12||S - 4, 1960.|
|30||13||S - 5, 1960.|
|30||14||S - 6, 1960.|
|30||15||Slides of Taiwan, Kyoto, NY Harbor and Roy Rappaport.|
|30||16||T - 1, 1962.|
|30||17||T - 2, 1963.|
|30||18||T - 4, 1963.|
|30||19||T - 6, 1963.|
|30||20||T - 7, 1963.|
|30||21||T - 8, 1963.|
|30||22||T - 10, 1963.|
|30||23||T - 12, 1963.|
|30||24||T - ?, 1963.|
AUDIORECORDINGSReturn to Menu
Reel-to-ReelReturn to Menu
|31||1||Reel - #1. Side 1 - Piano music, dialogue and recording tests; Side 2 - Dialogue and recording instructions. Recorded at 1 7/8 and 3
|31||2||Reel - #2. Side 1 - Piano music, classical music and recording instructions; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|31||3||Reel - #2A. Side 1 - Recording instructions and dialogue; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|31||4||Reel - #3. Side 1 - Singing/chanting and dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue. Recorded at 3 3/4 and 1 7/8.
|31||5||Reel - #3A. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 1 7/8.
|31||6||Reel - #4. Side 1 - Singing/chanting; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|31||7||Reel - #5. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue. Recorded at 1 7/8.
|32||1||Reel - #6. Side 1- Singing/chanting; Side 2 - Singing/chanting. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|32||2||Reel - #7. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Drums and singing/chanting. Recorded at 1 3/4 and 3 3/4.
|32||3||Reel - #8. Side 1 - Dialogue and singing; Side 2 - Dialogue. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|32||4||Reel - #9. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|32||5||Reel - #10. Side 1 - Singing/chanting; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|32||6||Reel - #11. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue. Recorded at 1 7/8 and 3 3/4.
|32||7||Reel - #12. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Blank. Recorded at 1 7/8.
|33||1||Reel - #13, 1963.
Side 1 - Singing/chanting and dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue and drumming. Recorded at 1 7/8 and 3 3/4.
|33||2||Reel - #14, 1963.
Side 1 - Singing/chanting and dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue and singing/chanting. Recorded at 3 3/4.
|33||3||Reel - #15. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue. Recorded at 3 3/4. Although the date April 21 is mentioned on the recording, there is
no mention of the year.
|33||4||Reel - #16. Side 1 - Dialogue; Side 2 - Dialogue. Recorded at 1 7/8.
CassettesReturn to Menu
|33||5||Cassette - #1, 1981.
|33||6||Cassette - #2 - Maring pop songs.
|33||7||Cassette - #3 - Aduimba's Death, 1982.
|34||1||Cassette - #4 - Ancmal of Kongagai, 1982.
|34||2||Cassette - #5 - Thomas Easter preaching, 1982.
|34||3||Cassette - #6 - Thomas Easter preaching, 1982.
|34||4||Cassette - #7 - Alice vs. Charles court, 1982.
|34||5||Cassette - #8 - Yani-Rice, 1982.
April 14 and 15.
|34||6||Cassette - #9 - Meeting - Wali and Ngongo, 1982.
|34||7||Cassette - #10 - Alice vs. Charles court. April 20, .
|35||1||Cassette - #11 - Alice vs. Charles court. April 20, .
|35||2||Cassette - #12 - Duimba's Ngimbai - Kunkase, 1982.
|35||3||Cassette - #13 - Meeting - Wali and Ngongo. May 9, .
|35||4||Cassette - #14 - Terom Ancmal - Koi and Mbabi, 1982.
|35||5||Cassette - #15 - John Apan, 1982.
May 25. This tape is labeled "cassette #2."
|35||6||Cassette - #16 - John Apan, 1982.
May 25. This tape is labeled "cassette #3."
|35||7||Cassette - #17 - Kwibagai Ambma Poka, 1982.
|36||1||Cassette - #18 - Thomas and Parish meeting. June 6, .
|36||2||Cassette - #19 - Merka pays Ambra. June 8, .
|36||3||Cassette - #20 - Mer-Boma-Kara..., 1982.
|36||4||Cassette - #21 - Manager's Terum..., 1982.
|36||5||Cassette - #22 - End of quarrel between Alice and Aramp. July 4, .
|36||6||Cassette - #23 - Pipi-Parum....
|36||7||Cassette - #24 - Court of Mangna and Papu.
|37||1||Cassette - #25 - Merkai Terum Ancmal.
|37||2||Cassette - #26 - Grace....
|37||3||Cassette - #27 - Brace and Gish: Evolution and Creation.
|37||4||Cassette - #28 - Brace and Gish: Evolution and Creation.
|37||5||Cassette - #29 - Brace and Gish: Evolution and Creation.
WRITINGS BY OTHERSReturn to Menu
ArticlesReturn to Menu
|38||1||Bailey, K.V. and Norman - Taylor, W., 1963. February. " Premastication of Infant Foods in the New Guinea Highlands" and "Some Thoughts on Premastication". Published in THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMMISION TECHNICAL INFORMATION CIRCULAR, No. 61. Contains typescript.|
|38||2||Barrie, J. W., 1956. July. "Coffee in the Highlands". Published in THE PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL, Vol. 11, No. 1. Contains typescript.|
|38||3||Biersack, Aletta, 1982. "Conflict and Conflict Resolution as an Organizational Process in the Papua New Guinea Highlands" and "Change as a Social Organizational and Millenarian Process in the Papua New Guinea Highlands". Published in SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION. Contains proposals.|
|38||4||Biersack, Aletta, 1981. April. "The Logic of Paiela Sacrifice". Paper delivered at the 57th annual meeting of the Central States Anthropological Society. Contains typescript.|
|38||5||Bick, Georgeda B., 1967. October 23. "Revised Research Proposal - Nutrition and Child Spacing Among Maring". Contains typescript.|
|38||6||Black, Robert. "A Malaria Survey of the People Living on the Minj River in the Western Highlands of New Guinea". Published in THE AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. Contains reprint.|
|38||7||Blackner, Leslie, 1926 - 1927. "Weary Students Guide to Roy Rappaport". Contains a reprint which contains vitae and books published.|
|38||8||Bourke, Michael, 1979 - 1980. "Agricultural Papers by R. M. Bourke", "Improving Food Production and Nutrition", "Research on Food Crop Farming Systems at Aiyura" and "Suggested Farming Systems for Lowland Forest Areas Where Land is Scarce". Contains typescipts.|
|38||9||Bowers, Nancy, 1965. "Agricultural Practices and Successional Vegetation in the Upper Kaugel Valley, Western Highlands, Australia New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|38||10||Brown, Paula. "Chimbu". Contains typescript and a handwritten note.|
|38||11||Buchbinder, Georgeda. "Research Proposal: Nutrition and Population Dynamics in New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|38||12||Buchbinder, Georgeda and Clarke, Peggy, 1971. August. "The Maring People of the Bismark Ranges of New Guinea - Some Physical and Genetic Characteristics". Published in HUMAN BIOLOGY IN OCEANIA, Vol. 1, No. 2. Contains reprint.|
|38||13||Bulmer, Ralph, 1969. July. "Bird of Paradise Questionnaire", "Conservation of the Birds of Paradise", "Specimen Completed Questionnaire". Contains typescripts and correspondence.|
|38||14||Bulmer, Ralph, 1980. June - September. "Notes on the Western Schraders and the Pinaye Speaking People of the Jimi (Yuat) Gorge" and "Report on Fieldwork in the Kaironk Valley, Simbai Area, Madang Province". Contains typescripts.|
|38||15||Burton - Bradley, B. G, 1967. March - July. "Culture and Mental Disorder" and "The Traditional Practitioner". Contains typescripts.|
|38||16||Carrol, Vern, 1968. July. "Adoption on Nukuoro, Chapter Six of Adoption in Eastern Oceania". Contains typescript and correspondence.|
|38||17||CIMA Bibliography, 1963. October. Contains typescript.|
|38||18||Clarke, William, 1980. "At the Tail of the Snake" and "A Change of Subsistence Staple in Prehistoric New Guinea". Contains typescripts.|
|38||19||East - West Center Proposal. Contains typescript.|
|38||20||Clunles - Ross, Anthony. "A Model Development to Avoid", "Social Development" and "Urbanization". Contains typescript and handwritten bibliography.|
|38||21||Cole, K. S., 1960. March. "Robusta Coffee in South - East Papua". Published in PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL, Vol. 12, No. 4. Contains reprint.|
|38||22||Crane, J. "Bananas and Their Culture". Contains reprint of memorandum sent to Dr. Roy Rappaport.|
|38||23||Davidson, Janet, 1964. July - September. "Preliminary Report on Archaeological Fieldwork in Tonga". Contains typescript.|
|38||24||Donner, William, 1980 - 1982. August. "Social Differentiation on Sikaiana Atoll, Solomon Islands". Contains proposal and typescript.|
|38||25||D' Souza, Euclid, 1982. "Compost Increases Sweet Potato Yields in the Highlands". Published in HARVEST, Vol. 8, No. 4. Contains reprint.|
|38||26||D' Souza, Euclid and Bourke, Michael, 1983. "Improving Subsistence Agriculture on the Nembi Plateau". Published in HARVEST, Vol. 9, No. 2. Contains reprint.|
|38||27||Ernst, T. M., 1978 - 1979. "Aspects of Meaning of Exchanges and Exchange Items Among the Onabasulu of the Great Papuan Plateau". Published in MANKIND, Vol. 11. "Myth, Ritual and Population Among the Marind - Anim". Published in SOCIAL ANALYSIS, No. 1. "Stealing Another Man's Wife Among the Onabasulu of the Great Papuan Plateau". Contains reprints and typescript.|
|38||28||Farrell, Bryan. "Social and Demographic Responses to Environmental Variables in the New Guinea Highlands - A Geographical View". Contains typescript.|
|38||29||Fitzpatrick - Nietschmann, Judith, 1980. "The High Cost of Marriage in the Torres Strait". Contains typescript.|
|38||30||Gewertz, Deborah. "Salvinia, Schizmogenesis and Social Change: In Appreciation of the Ethnography of Mervyn Meggitt". Contains typescript.|
|38||31||Golson, Jack, 1970. February. "Progress on the History of Agriculture in the New Guinea Highlands". Contains handwritten reprint of draft and correspondence.|
|38||32||Grace, George, 1966. Summer. "Austronesian Lexicostatistical Classification: A Review Article". Published in OCEANIC LINGUISTICS, Vol. 5, No. 1. "Classification of the Languages of the Pacific". Published in PEOPLE AND CULTURES OF THE PACIFIC: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL READER. Contains reprint and draft typescript.|
|38||33||Harris, Marvin. "A Taxonomy of Signifigant Food Surpluses". Contains typescript.|
|38||34||Hays, Terence, 1979. "Ndumba Male Initiation Ceremonies". Contains typescript.|
|38||35||Harvey, Philip and Heywood, Peter, 1983. "Dietary Change in Papua New Guinea". Published in ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION, Vol 13. Contains typescript.|
|39||1||Healey, Christopher, 1978 - 1979. December, 1978. "Assimilation of Nonagnates Among the Kundagai Maring of the Papua New Guinea Highlands". Published in OCEANIA, No. 2. Contains typescript. June, 1978. "Chaos and Culture". Contains typescript. "History of Settlement and Land Redistribution among the Kundagai Maring of the Papua New Guinea Highlands". Contains typescript. September, 1979. "Maring Classification of Cutting Tools". Published in THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, Vol. 87, No. 3. Contains reprint and correspondence.|
|39||2||Heany, William, 1977. May. "A Report to the Western Highlands Provincial Government, Papua New Guinea - Preliminary Findings and Implications of a Study of Rural Migration and Social Change in the Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands Province". Contains typescript, correspondence and vitae.|
|39||3||Hegsted, Mark D., 1959. July 7. "Opportunities in International Nutrition Research". Published in THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION, Vol 35, No. 7. Contains reprint.|
|39||4||Heider, Karl, 1968 - 1974. November 21. "Dani Nonverbal Behavior. Being a Reference to Certain Data from the Grand Valley Dani of Irian Jaya, Indonesia, Together with a Consideration of the Utility of Nonverbal Behavior Research to Anthropology". Contains typescript. "Ecological Analysis and New Guinea Dani Warfare". Contains typescript.|
|39||5||Henderson, F. C., 1954. October. "Cacao as a Crop for the Owner-Manager in Papua and New Guinea". Published in THE PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL, Vol. 9, No. 2. Contains typescript.|
|39||6||Huber, Peter Birkett, 1975. March. "Strife: 'Meta-Processual' Events in an Anggor Village". Contains typescript.|
|39||7||Hughes, Ian, 1969. August. "Some Aspects of Traditional Trade In the New Guinea Central Highlands". Contains typescript.|
|39||8||Jablonko, Allison and Marek, 1963 - 1964. 1 of 2. "Research Film Synopses of the Cinema Study of the Maring People Simbai Valley, Territory of New Guinea". Contains typescripts.|
|39||9||Jablonko, Allison and Marek, 1963 - 1964. 2 of 2. "Research Film Synopses of the Cinema Study of the Maring People Simbai Valley, Territory of New Guinea". Contains typescripts.|
|39||10||Jablonko, Allison and Marek. 1 of 2. "A Maring Photograph Album". Contains album, correspondence, and proposal.|
|39||11||Jablonko, Allison and Marek. 2 of 2. "A Maring Photograph Album". Contains album, correspondence and proposal.|
|39||12||Johnson, Patricia. "Proposed Research Program - Social, Political, and Economic Effects of Economic Development on a Traditional Horticultural Society, The Gainj of Papua New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|39||13||Johnson, Patricia and Wood, James, 1978. October. "Preliminary Results of a Study of Demographic Structure and Genetic Variation in the Tagui Valley, Madang Province". Contains typescript of report.|
|39||14||Jorgensen, Dan, 1980. Winter. "What's in a Name: The Meaning of Meaninglessness in Telefolmin". Published in THE SOCIETY FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. Contains reprint and correspondence.|
|39||15||Joughin, J. "Price and Supply of Fruit and Vegetables in Urban Markets - Implications for National Food Policy". Contains typescript.|
|39||16||Julius, Charles. "Notes on Land Arrangements, Gardening and Hunting in Papua and New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|39||17||Kahn, Miriam, 1979. "The Spectra of Abundance: The Cultural Ecology of an Irrigation System in Papua New Guinea". Contains typescript and proposal.|
|39||18||Kelly, Raymond, 1967. Winter. "Population Distribution and Land Tenure, Descent Structure and Composition of Territorial Descent Groups". Contains typescript. "Echange Generalise in Dobu". Contains typescript.|
|39||19||Kimber, A.J. "Wet Pig Dung - Its Effects on Sweet Potato Yields". Contains typescripts.|
|39||20||Lawrence, Peter. "The Style of Papuan and New Guinean Politics - Traditional and Post-Contact". Contains typescript and correspondence.|
|40||1||Lea, D.A.M. "Stress and Adaptation to Change: An Example From the East Sepik District, New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|40||2||Levy, Robert, 1966. November. "Child Management Structure and It's Message". "Personal Forms and Meetings in Tahitian Protestantism". "Tahitian Fosterage as Message". Contains typescripts.|
|40||3||Levy, Robert, 1968. September. "Ma'Ohi Drinking Patterns in the Society Islands". Published in THE JOURNAL OF POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, Vol. 75, No. 3. Contains reprint.|
|40||4||Levy, Robert, 1968. March. "Tahiti Observed: Early European Impressions of Tahitian Personal Style". Published in THE JOURNAL OF POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, Vol. 77, No. 1. Contains reprint.|
|40||5||Levy, Robert, 1967. Winter. "Tahitian Folk Psychotherapy". Published in INTERNATIONAL MENTAL RESEARCH, Vol. IX, No. 4. Contains reprint.|
|40||6||Lipuma, Edward. "On the Preference for Marriage Rules: A Melanesian Example". Contains typescript.|
|40||7||Lipuma, Edward. "The Spirits of Modernization: Maring Concept and Practice". Contains typescript.|
|40||8||Maclean, Neil, 1984. "Maring Spatial Representations and the Articulation of Gender". Contains typescript.|
|40||9||Maring Liturgy. Contains typescript.|
|40||10||Maternal and Childrens Health Program - Simbai Health Center, 1982. Contains reprint.|
|40||11||McArthur, Margaret, 1962. "Food and Health in New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|40||12||McKinley, Robert. "Commentary by McKinley on Keesing's KWAIO RELIGION: THE LIVING AND THE DEAD IN A SOLOMON ISLAND SOCIETY". Contains typescript.|
|40||13||Mead, Margaret, 1965. July 9. Contains a portion of a mimeograph typescript of a manuscript in preparation collaboratively by Margaret Mead and Niles Newton. Contains correspondence with Rappaport.|
|40||14||Meggit, Mervyn, 1969. Summer. "Descent Groups and Locality: Evidence from New Guinea and Aboriginal Australia". Prepared for Symposium No. 46, "Kinship and Locality", August 23 - September 1. Contains reprint.|
|40||15||Montague, Susan P., 1979. August 2. "Kula and Trobriand Cosmology". Published in THE JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, Vol. 2, No. 1. Contains typescript.|
|40||16||Nelson, H. E., 1968. November. "Malaria and Demography: An Attempt to Reconstruct Pre-Contact Population Growth Patterns in the Nebilyer Valley, Western Highlands of New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|40||17||O'Brien, Denise, 1968. "Marriage and Divorce Among the Konda Valley Dani". Contains typescript.|
|40||18||Petersen, Glen, 1980. June 16. "Growing Up with New Guinea - Pigs for the Ancestors in Retrospect". Contains typescript and correspondence.|
|40||19||Pike, Kenneth, 1954 - 1976. "Emic and Etic Standpoints for the Description of Behavior". Contains reprint. "Morals and Metaphor". Contains reprint. "Strange Dimensions of Truth". Published in CHRISTIANITY TODAY, Vol. 5. Contains reprint and correspondence.|
|40||20||Poole, Fitz John Forter, 1975. December. "Waneng Aiyem - Scared and Polluting Dimensions of Female Identity in Bimin Kuskusmin Society". Contains typescript.|
|40||21||Posul-Puri, Togusup, 1980. October. "Traditional Conservation in Papua New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|40||22||Rappaport, Ann, 1965. "An Ethnographic Dictionary of the Maring Language - An Outline". Contains typescript.|
|40||23||Rappaport, Ann. "Maring Dictionary and Grammar". Contains typescript.|
|40||24||Rappaport, Ann, 1965 - 1966. 1 of 2. "Outline for Maring Notebook - Master's Thesis". Contains draft.|
|41||1||Rappaport, Ann, 1965 - 1966. 2 of 2. "Outline for Maring Notebook - Master's Thesis". Contains draft.|
|41||2||Rappaport, Ann. "Transcription of Maring Court Cases". Contains handwritten notes.|
|41||3||Royer, J., 1959. January. "Note on Rural Surveys Covering Food Consumption and Household Expenditure in Tropical West Africa". Published in THE MONTHLY BULLETIN OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS, Vol. 8, No. 1. Contains reprint.|
|41||4||Rosman, Abraham and Rubel, Paula, 1976. "Exchange Partners in New Guinea Society" and "Yams for Exchange Partners, Pigs for the Ancestors". Contains typescript.|
|41||5||Schiefenhďvel, Wulf, 1981. "Preferential Female Infanticide and Other Mechanisms Regulating Population Size Among the Eipo". Contains typescript.|
|41||6||Schieffelin, Edward L., 1966. June. "The Sorrow of the Lonley and the Burning of the Dancers". Contains typescript, correspondence and copy of proposal application to the National Science Foundation for a Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant.|
|41||7||Shaw, Barry, 1979. August 14. "Human Milk as a National Resource - Economic and Demographic Aspects of Infant Feeding in Papua and New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|41||8||Shaw, Daniel R., 1981. "The Good, the Bad and the Human - Samo Spirit Cosmology". Contains typescript.|
|41||9||Siki, Beka, 1979. June. "Use of Coffee Pulp as an Organic Manure on Sweet Potato". Published in DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRY, TECHNICAL BULLETIN NO. 8. Contains typescript.|
|41||10||Straatmans, W. "An Ethno-Botanical Checklist of New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|41||11||Strathern, Andrew and Marylin, 1969. "Marriage and Marriage Patterns in Mount Hagen, Western Highlands District, Australian New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|41||12||Street, John, 1965. "Evaluation of the Concept of Carrying Capacity", "Grassland on the Highland Fringe in New Guinea: Localization, Origin, Effects on Soil and Composition", and "Soil Conservation by Shifting Cultivators in the Bismark Mountains of New Guinea". Contains typescripts and bibliography.|
|41||13||Street, John and Lee, M.A.B., 1983. "Plant Succession Along a Gradient of Human Population Pressure in the New Guinea Highlands". Contains typescript.|
|41||14||Thomas, David, 1970. March 19. "Interpretation of Social Profiles of Production in Tsembaga-Maring, Simbai Valley, Eastern Highlands, New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|41||15||Townsend, Patricia, 1982. May. "Evaluating Papua New Guinea's Family Health Programme by Using Service Statistics". Contains typescript.|
|41||16||Townsend, Patricia, 1980. October. "New Guinea Sago Collectors: A Study of Demography in Relation to Subsistence", "A Letter I Did for Family", and "Fertility Data from the Upper Sepik Area". Contains typescripts.|
|41||17||Urbanowicz, Charles F., 1971. "Tongan Culture: From the 20th Century to the 19th Century". Contains typescript.|
|41||18||Vayda, A. P. and Cook, E. A., 1964. "Structural Variability in the Bismark Mountain Cultures of New Guinea: A Preliminary Report". Contains typescript.|
|41||19||Vayda, Cherry, 1965. March 15. "CV Notes on Dead Birds". Contains typescript.|
|41||20||Vayda, Cherry, 1968. November 5. "Maring Art and War".|
|41||21||Weinberg, Daniela, 1966. June 21. "Marriage and Warfare Among the Enga". Contains typescript and correspondence.|
|41||22||Whiteman, J., 1961 - 1962. August - January. "An Investigation into the Dietary Habits and Nutrient Intakes of the People of the Chimbu, New Guinea". Contains typescript and correspondence.|
|41||23||Whiting, Majorie Grant. "A Cross Cultural Nutrition Survey". Contains typescript and correspondence.|
|41||24||Whiting, Majorie Grant. "Suggestions for Anthropologists for the Collection of Information Concerning Diet and Health". Published in THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE. Contains typescript.|
|41||25||Wiegandt, Ellen, 1970. Fall. "The Response of Tikopia Society to Severe Environmental Fluctuation". Contains typescript.|
|42||1||Wiesner, Diane Margaret, 1976. November. "Kuru: Focus of a Study in Medical Anthropology in Papua New Guinea". Contains typescript of thesis.|
|42||2||Wood, James W. "Marriage Patterns and Genetic Differentiation in a New Guinea Population".|
|42||3||Wood, James W. and Long, Jeffery and Smouse, Peter E., 1983. "Sex Specific Dispersal Pattens in Two Human Populations in Highland New Guinea". Contains typescript.|
|42||4||Woodward, L. B., 1978 - 1982. "Maring Clauses and Maring Phrases". Contains typescripts.|
|42||5||Woodward, Lance and Margaret, 1968. February. "Maring Phenome Paper". Contains typescript.|
|42||6||Wurm, Stephen A., 1962. "The Present State of New Guinea (Non-Melanesian or Papuan) and Australian Historical and Comparative Liguistics". Contains typescript.|
|42||7||Wurm, Stephen A., 1981. "Wurm List - Modified Version". Includes typescript and correspondence.|
|42||8||Yengoyan, Aram A., 1966 - 1968. "Doctor A.A. Yengoyan: Field Report No. 1" and "Demographic Factors in Pitjandjara Social Organizations". Contains typescripts.|
Government Regulations and ReportsReturn to Menu
|42||9||Agriculture in Papua and New Guinea. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprint.|
|42||10||Agricultural Restriction in Papua and New Guinea. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprint.|
|42||11||Agricultural Survey Forms. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains typescript and forms.|
|42||12||Business Groups Incorporation Act, 1974. Published in TERRITORY OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains typescript.|
|42||13||Coconut Industry in Papua New Guinea. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprint.|
|42||14||Collection and Preparation of Botanical Specimens for the Herbarium and Timber Samples. Compiled by J. S. Womersley. Published in TERRITORY OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||15||Elementary Surveying and Mapping, 1962. October. Published in TERRITORY OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||16||Forestry of Papua and New Guinea. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprint.|
|42||17||Land for Settlement in Papua and New Guinea. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprint.|
|42||18||Madang Provincial Healthplan, 1979 - 1983. Published in TERRITORIES OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||19||Mining Regulations. Published in TERRITORY OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||20||Native Administration Ordinance and Regulations, 1921 - 1951. Published in TERRITORY OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||21||Panguna Mine, Bouganville Island: The Land Compensation Agreement, 1980. Published in TERRITORY OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||22||Rubber Production in Papua and New Guinea. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprint.|
|42||23||Territory of Papua and New Guinea Survey of Indigenous Agriculture Notes and Inspections on Field Procedures. Published in TERRITORIES OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. Contains reprint.|
|42||24||Agricultural Extension Circular No. 18 - Land Classification, 1962. December 18. Published in DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORIES. Contains reprints.|
MiscellaneousReturn to Menu
|42||25||Course Material, 1962. Ethnographic Seminar - Anthropology G9344y. Contains typescript.|
|42||26||Education in Madang Province - Non-Formal Education. Contains typescript and notes.|
|42||27||Highlands Agricultural Experiment Station - Department of Primary Industry, 1981. Yearbook. Contains typescript.|
|42||28||Programme Leading to the Degree of Master Community Medicine Offered by the Department of Community Medicine. Contains typescript.|
|42||29||Shifting Agriculture of the Maring Speaking Peoples of New Guinea. Contains typescript.|
|42||30||Staple Foods of Papua and New Guinea. Contains typescripts.|
|42||31||Vegetation Symposium. "Tentative Programme" and "Resolutions". Contains typescripts.|
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